Paul Farrington


Paul joined NR Barton as a partner in 2018 after working with well respected firms across the region. He started his accountancy career in 2006 after graduating from Lancaster University with a first in Mathematics and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2009.

Paul manages a diverse portfolio of encompassing many industries and a spectrum of sizes up to groups reporting c£30m turnover. He works with clients in person to deliver on both their compliance and advisory requirements and has specific experience in both the audit and digital arenas. Paul is also Head of Training within the practice, responsible for the development of the firm’s graduate and apprenticeship students.

Away from the office Paul is a keen weekend athlete and regularly takes part in triathlon and running events. He is also a keen supporter of both Wigan Athletic and Wigan Warriors and is indeed the auditor for the Latics. Paul sits on the board at both Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles and the Wigan Youth Zone. Paul is married with a young family.

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