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The 2019 leading ladies of Surrey

PUBLISHED: 12:22 22 February 2019 | UPDATED: 12:14 25 February 2019


Surrey women mean business! Here we turn the spotlight on some of our county's most successful - and discover what it is that makes them tick

Traci Witherington - The Glamour Garage

Tell us about your business?

The Glamour Garage is a 1950’s American retro themed chain of hair and beauty salons. We specialise in hair extensions, hair loss treatments, semi permanent makeup and eyelash extensions. I started the business in my own garage at home and opened the first salon in April 2016. Last year we celebrated winning three awards: Salon of the Year, Top Rated and Most Booked in 2018.

What are your goals for the future?

We are set for another year of growth - to expand our own Glamour Garage retail range of extensions, strip lashes and cosmetics. This year is also a focus on service to maintain our excellent level of customer service and aim for more awards this year.

What is the secret of your success?

Keep innovating and shockingly, don’t watch your competition. I use my intuition, instinct and the voice of my customers as a basis to keep the salons relevant and busy. I love my job and I let my customers see that - it goes a long way in building reputation and success.

Cheam, Worcester Park and Reigate | 0203 4898764

Ellie Kim - Head Girl, Reigate Grammar School

What does your average day look like?

During the working week, most of my time is spent at Reigate Grammar School. Currently I’m studying Physics, Maths, Further Maths and Spanish at A-Level. I love being able to focus on my favourite disciplines with subject specialists as my teachers. I’m also involved with extra-curricular activities at RGS, such as Ultimate Frisbee. Maintaining an active lifestyle is really important to me, so I play volleyball and Ultimate Frisbee outside of school as well. When not in school or playing sport, I’m generally volunteering, working towards my Gold DofE award or spending time with my friends and family.

Who/what inspires you?

My sister, Natalia, has always been like a third parent to me and one day I hope to become a fraction of the person she is. Natalia is a natural intellectual and has achieved great things in her professional life, as well as starting a loving family.

What are your goals for the future?

I recently received an offer to read Natural Sciences at Cambridge and over the next few months I will be working hard towards that goal. I’m unsure of my plans after university, but I’m excited for the future.

Reigate Road, Reigate RH2 OQS | 01737 222231 | info@reigategrammar.org

Liv Pattullo - Experience Guildford

Tell us about your business

Experience Guildford is the Business Improvement District (BID) for Guildford town centre. A BID is a business-led and business funded body formed to improve a defined commercial area. We work to support over 500 retail and leisure businesses, with the goal of driving footfall in to the town and generally keeping Guildford great!

What does your average day look like

? Working with 560+ businesses, all with different needs, makes for a pretty varied working week but five things are guaranteed to feature in my average day: 1) Coffee (2 x vats pre 9.30am); 2) Emails (all manner of weird and wonderful queries and requests); 3) Twitter/Facebook/lnsta (thank God for dual screens); 4) Project planning (hello spreadsheets); 5) Making a bit of time to pet the hound around town (she’s fabulous and well worth a follow on Instagram)

How do you spend your free time?

From pub-quizzing, to quaffing G&Ts, a lot of my free time is spent supporting Guildford’s diverse night-time economy! Aside from frequenting local pubs, theatres and restaurants, I can often be found in my kitchen attempting to cook up a storm or out stomping round the Surrey Hills.

Stevenson House, 16a Tunsgate, Guildford GU1 3QT | 01483 452163

Dr Rashi Soin - York House Dental Practice

Tell us about your business?

I am a Dentist by profession and owner of two dental practices and two skin clinics across Surrey. I work with a team of highly qualified clinicians and assistants and strive to give our patients a beautiful smile and a healthy radiant skin. We provide a whole range of services from basic family dentistry to advance specialist services and believe in providing our patients with exceptional care and treating them how we would want to be treated ourselves. Being in the healthcare sector, I constantly keep myself updated with the advancements in the field and I take immense pride in providing treatments with state of the art equipment and the most modern technology.

What is the secret of your success?

I look up to women like Oprah Winfrey and like hers, my philosophy extends to three branches of leadership: my team, my vision and my values. Get these right and success will follow.

Who or what inspires you?

My husband and my three daughters are my constant source of inspiration. I want my daughters to become strong, independent women who have the courage to be the best version of themselves.

Dr Soin owns other clinics also Surrey Skin Care & Private GP, West Byfleet Weybridge Dental Care, Weybridge Private GP Clinic, Sunningdale

Lavender Park Road, West Byfleet | 01932 348864

Rhiannon Ford - Rhiannon Ford Divorce Consultancy

Tell us about your business?

I am the owner and founder of Rhiannon Ford Divorce Consultancy. I provide specialist help and support to people before, during and after their divorce. The majority of my clients come to me at the beginning of their divorce journey. Here, I assess their situation, then facilitate putting the right resources, professionals and processes in place, supporting them along the way.

What does your average day look like?

My day will involve a combination of face-to-face client meetings, email and telephone support. I also work with UK clients worldwide via Skype or FaceTime. My diary can change quite quickly if a client contacts me with an urgent request for help.

What is the secret of your success?

My business helps fill a much needed gap in the market to provide valuable help and support to people going through divorce. Having previously worked as a divorce solicitor as well as going through my parents’ divorce, I identified the need for a special type of service and created the business model from scratch. My work is completely client-focused and bespoke to the needs of the particular individual.

4 Wilton Gardens, Walton-on-Thames KT12 3BD | 07970 231744 or 01932 230094

Sam Farrow - Farrow Creative Limited

Tell me about your business?

I’m the owner and founder of Farrow Creative, a website and branding design agency. People buy people and it’s fascinating how we project a carefully constructed version of our professional self that plots our experience, achievements and skills for potential employers, prospects and clients. That’s what a brand should do. With a Masters in Design Communication, I worked as a professional graphic designer for many agencies before being appointed Senior Designer at Meridian Television. From there, I went to Surrey County Council, where I headed up a major re-branding project that produced savings of almost £1.2 million. Farrow Creative was born in 2006 and the business has gone from strength to strength, with clients including the South Downs National Park, Weald and Downland Museum, Surrey University and The Apprentice star Karren Brady. I’ve assembled a specialist team who share my passion for design and dedication to producing top-quality creative work in print and online.

Why Surrey? What makes the area so right for your line of work?

Leafy Surrey, the sun shines more, people are always smiling, what’s not to like.

Who or what inspires you?

I volunteer my design and marketing services for Radian Housing. They have a scheme to help residents set up their own businesses. The people I meet here inspire me, they sometimes have huge problems in their lives and yet they all have the greatest determination to succeed.

Surrey Technology Centre, 40 Occam Road, Guildford GU2 7YG | 01483 688442

Karen Williams - Oak Hall Nursing Home

Tell us about your business?

I have nursed for over 30 years, working in the community, acute settings, hospice care and nursing homes. I am the general manager of Oak Hall Nursing Home, managed by Elizabeth Finn Homes Ltd, a 51-bedded home for people needing residential, respite, rehabilitation or permanent care, in an environment where they can be themselves and continue to lead a valuable and rewarding life. We also offer a compassionate and skilled end-of-life service where people are supported and feel safe.

Who or what inspires you?

Patients and residents have always inspired me. In nursing you see the best and the worst in people, but I have learned something from every person I have nursed, particularly some very special people who have faced both life and death with huge humility and strength. Residents inspire me to come to work each day to try to make a difference.

What are your goals for the future?

To create a culture at Oak Hall where residents, relatives and staff all feel safe and happy; to ensure we give the best care, especially for those facing the end-of-life; for residents to have fun, to be allowed to take some risks and have new experiences; finally to provide a family environment where personal choice is a priority.

Wispers Lane, Haslemere GU27 1AD | 01428 744010

Sylwia Indycka - Birtley House Group Ltd

Tell us about you and your family?

My close family totally inspired my life. As a young child growing up in Poland, I helped my mother care for my grandmother in our home. On coming to the UK the idea of a care home was totally new, but immediately resonated with me as I’ve always loved caring for the elderly.

Any top tips for a successful working relationship?

I’m a great believer in leading by example and practicing self-reflection. These traits have always ensured successful mentoring of motivated teams who have the desire to develop, inspiring the best results possible. Don’t be afraid to be different and test boundaries. I encourage creativity to make residents lives as enjoyable as possible, this has reflected into the wider care industry where I am recognised as an innovator in my field.

What’s your motto in life?

Breaking slightly from the well-known phrase ‘the sky is the limit’, I prefer ‘the sky is only a limit’. The idea being that, in line with humans landing on the moon, limits are sometimes breakable and should be challenged. Stay passionate and where appropriate, explore fresh approaches to help you exceed your own expectations.

Birtley House, Bramley GU5 OLB | 01483 892055


Laura Thurlow - Community Foundation for Surrey

Tell us about your charity?

The Community Foundation for Surrey is dedicated to enabling local philanthropy. We work with local people who want to give back to local communities. By understanding individuals’ motivations and priorities for their giving, we are able to develop a personalised approach to match them with local causes which they are passionate about. Our donors support a wide range of voluntary groups across Surrey to do some really inspiring things!

What makes Surrey the right area for your work?

Our work is Surrey focused and is all about inspiring local giving to address local needs. While parts of the county are rated as some of the best places to live in the UK, there are pockets of deprivation and local people facing a multiplicity of challenges - from mental health to domestic abuse - as highlighted by our Surrey Uncovered report. This is what motivates us to encourage local philanthropy and urge people to be part of the solution.

What inspires you?

I’m inspired by our generous donors, and by the voluntary groups helping some of the most vulnerable people across the county and working hard to tackle local needs, they are all simply incredible! If you would like to find out more about giving with the Community Foundation for Surrey please contact us, we would love to hear from you!

Guildford, Surrey | 01483 478092 | laura@cfsurrey.org.uk

Caroline Hopkins - Munrostudios

Tell me about your business?

Munrostudios is an award winning visual communication agency. We digitally draw attention, bringing stories and visions to life with CGI, Animation, WM, Motion Graphics, Architectural Visualisation and Matte Painting. We represent our industry as a Best Practice Representative of The Parliamentary Review, the Government white paper on best business practice. Nurturing and developing talent of the future has always been important to us. We partner with The National Centre of Computer Animation (NCCA) at Bournemouth University. Practitioners set briefs that reflect industry and professional practise for the final year students to experience for themselves. In recent years Bournemouth University invited well known studio’s including Dreamworks, Blue Zoo, The Mill, Double Negative, Frontier, The Moving Picture Company, Sony and Munrostudios to participate. This is now our 4th year in partnership with the NCCA, and we deliver the Architectural Visualisation Masterclasses.

What is your motto in life?

A set back is just a way to try things differently. Home is where my heart is. Never give up.

What is the secret of your success?

Integrity, Flexibility. Courage. Structure. Diligence. Creative and Strategic thinking. Laughter. Pragmatism. Can do, will do.

Dunedin House, Wharf Street, Godalming, GU7 1NN | 01483 422788

Hayley Bystram - Bowes-Lyon Partnership

Tell me about your business?

Bowes-Lyon Partnership is an exclusive dating agency that brings together like-minded, compatible individuals for long-term relationships. We provide a bespoke and confidential service that is tailored to each individual member. Our members range from their 30s to their 70s and we have two offices; one in London and the other in Godalming Surrey. Our members often enjoy a mixture of both country and city lifestyles hence we have a foot in both worlds!

What does your average day look like?

My time is split between the two offices. In London, I meet new clients. This can be very glamorous - meeting attractive entrepreneurs at high-end locations - but also humbling as people share their life stories. In Surrey, I work with my team to ensure dates have gone well and bespoke matches are being made.

What is the secret of your success?

The reason Bowes-Lyon is now in its tenth year is due to the level of service we deliver. We are literally the human touch. Unlike an algorithm, we can bring our compassion, understanding and instinct to the matchmaking process and help our members meet new people and gain dating confidence along the way.

Chestnut Suite, Guardian House, 6 Borough Road, Godalming GU7 2AE | 0203 866 4440/01483 418958

Dr Cicely Robinson - Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village

Tell me about the charity you work for?

Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village is a dynamic arts charity. Located in the Surrey Hills, dedicated to the art & ideals of the leading nineteenth-century artist George Frederic Watts and his wife, the Arts & Crafts designer, Mary Watts. Across our 18-acre estate, the Artists’ Village consists of a unique campus of listed Arts & Crafts buildings including an historic art gallery, the artists’ studio-home and Watts Chapel. Inspired by our founders’ vision to make art accessible to all, we run an ambitious programme of exhibitions, events and community programmes that explore how their art, values and vision continue to have relevance today.

What does your average day look like?

In April last year I became the first woman in Watts Gallery - Artists’ Village’s 115 year history to hold the post of Brice Curator. No two days are ever the same. I might be designing the layout of an upcoming exhibition (currently preparing for the launch of Moonscapes in April 2019), planning a redisplay in the historic galleries (taking place on Monday 18 February) or working with my team on the ongoing care and conservation of this remarkable collection.

Who or what inspires you?

Our visitors - the most rewarding part of my job is seeing people looking at, talking about and enjoying the fascinating collection of art that I am lucky enough to work with every day.

Down Lane, Guildford GU3 IDQ | 01483 810235

Anna Piechocki - Turner and Foye

Tell us about you and your family?

I’m extremely proud of my family, I have a very creative nine-year-old son who’s imagination is out of this world. My daughter, who is four, can only be described as being made of pink softness, super smart, strong minded and the kindest of hearts. My husband supports me in every way, we both run businesses so we work like a tag team on daily tasks.

Any top tips for a successful working relationship?

Everyone is different and once you realise that everybody understands the world differently you can start to appreciate other people’s view points. Keep your own mind, but be open to considering new possibilities. Most people have a very clear idea in their heads so we must engage them in a way that those ideas come out into the light.

What are your goals for future?

My main goal for the future is to keep momentum in our company and continue to promote our brand’s strong identity of quality, bespoke handmade furniture. We want to shout from the rooftops that we are the only truly bespoke company in the area. We have a strong team and with them behind me, our future is very bright and the only way is up! On a personal level I would like to master the Spanish language as it has always been close to my heart.

114-116 High Street, Esher KT10 9QJ | 01372 470800

Lauren Milsom - Polesden Lacey, National Trust

Tell us about your business?

Polesden Lacey’s made up 1,400 acres of rolling hills and woodland, beautiful formal gardens, and a historic house with a stunning art collection. I lead the teams who make sure we give our visitors a fantastic experience, however they spend their day.

What does your average day look like?

As visitor experience manager I ensure our visitors have a great time. Every day I hit the ground running, checking everything’s ready for opening and briefing the teams about the day’s highlights - maybe an exhibition, a new children’s trail or a ranger walk in the woodland. I love the variety in my job. I might go from discussing gorgeous new retail ranges, to leading a creative brainstorm around future events, before walking the car park to agree new signage. If there’s a special event in the house, I sometimes get to dress up in one of our hand crafted period costumes - even have my own corset!

Who or what inspires you?

The stunning scenery of Polesden: the timeless majesty of the landscape feeds my soul and drives me on to share its heritage with our visitors. Much of my inspiration for our events is drawn from my love of theatre. What better dramatic backdrops could I have to work with than a stunning gold room and 1,400 acres of Surrey Hills! Polesden is ever changing and we strive to keep it special forever, for everyone.

Great Bookham, Dorking RH5 6BB | 01372 452048

Leigh Courtnage - Miscellanea

Tell us about your business?

Established in 1980, Miscellanea of Churl offers an unrivalled spectrum of interiors from authentic traditional to cutting edge contemporary. It is a truly individual emporium which will ignite your senses and imagination and inspire your own interiors.

Who or what inspires you?

Nature; both form and colour provide the most dominant inspiration for our interiors - with fashion and art enhancing further concepts.

What is the secret of your success?

Not to be afraid of embracing individuality

Churt, Near Farnham | 01428 714014

Krissy Forder - Modern and Classic Interiors

Tell us about you business?

I have built an interior design consultancy to produce designs which feel like a personal home, rather than a show home or hotel which can feel a little stark. Together with my trusted project managers Lucy and Lizzy, we produce interiors from conception through to the last finishing touch. Projects vary from one room to a complete renovation or new build.

What does your average day look like?

Every day is completely different, but I will either conduct presentations in our studio in Weybridge or at a client’s home. We have a shop front presence in Baker Street which allows clients to come and chat to us freely and view our wide range of sample materials for furniture and soft furnishings. I may also go off to site to check measure something, or be at my computer designing for a client. Rifling through various samples always plays a part daily too!

How do you spend your free time?

I love being in nature, especially with my wonderful dog Basil and husband Ian. I travel when I can and am a keen skier and scuba diver. Diving takes me to remote parts of the world that are still pristine, that is where inspiration for creativity often lies.

16 Baker Street, Weybridge KT13 8AU | 01932 988623

Christine Cleveland - Crossroads Care Surrey

What is the secret to your success?

I believe that having a passion for what you do is an essential element to being successful. Having a good work life balance also makes it easier to achieve what you aim to do.

What does your average day look like?

I lead Crossroads Care Surrey, a charity that offers respite support to carers and, to be honest, there is no average day. I am a working carer myself so need to ensure my caring arrangements are in place before I leave home. My days are extremely varied. I meet lots of people in my work and am privileged to work with a fantastic dedicated team. My days range from sitting in a lot of meetings to being out and about having coffee with potential supporters or funders. I can also often be seen being dragged around Surrey by my two Jack Russell’s. There is never a dull moment!

What are your goals for the future?

To continue to try and make a difference in everything I do, be it with my family commitments or my business life. I am planning to retire one day in the future, but would like to ensure that the charity I work for has a good sustainable base to build on for the future before I go. I am also about to embark on becoming more involved with local politics by standing as a councillor for my local residents association in the local elections later this year. Another new challenge, but one I am really looking forward to.

121 Kingston Road, Leatherhead KT22 7SU | 01372 869970

Jaye Egerton - Jaye Bird Aesthetics

Tell us about you and your family?

My name is Jaye Egerton and I own Jaye Bird Aesthetics, an advanced skin and body medical aesthetics clinic located in Guildford. I’m an award nominated medical aesthetician, with over a decade’s worth of experience. I’m also a well-known and respected clinical trainer on an international level, which has allowed me to train and work with the very best professionals all over the world. My reputation means I am frequently sought after by London’s leading doctors to assist in helping their patients achieve their anti-aging goals. When I’m not working at the clinic my hobbies including horse riding, reading and cooking.

Tell us about you business?

My business strives for the highest possible anti-ageing results with the lowest level of downtime. I only ever use the highest grade of advanced pharmaceutical products and FDA-cleared, CE-marked and award winning technologies to achieve my clients perfect resu Its.

What are your goals for the future and what makes you so successful?

In the future I plan to grow the range of treatments on offer while keeping the same high standard of service I currently provide. This is what has made me successful and all businesses should put their customers first.

8-10 Bellfields Road, Guildford GU1 1QG | 07557 875 177

Angela Riga MSc FRCS - Royal Surrey County Hospital

Tell us about your business?

I am a consultant HepatoPancreatoBiliary surgeon treating patients with cancer and other complex liver and pancreas conditions. I am also a trustee of BRIGHT, a charity that raises funds for ongoing research and to purchase equipment to improve the outcomes for patients with GI and HPB Cancers at the Royal Surrey County Hospital.

What does your average day look like?

My priority in the morning is to see my patients who have had an operation the day before to ensure they are recovering well. After this, I will have a clinic where I see patients with various surgical problems. Some need investigations, some need an operation and others come back to get test results. Every patient brings their own story and challenges and no treatment or advice is the same, as it needs to be the right one for the individual. To make sure I make the right decision, I discuss the cases in multidisciplinary meetings with specialist radiologists, oncologists, histopathologists and gastroenterologists. The days I don’t have a clinic I will be in theatre with my team performing liver or pancreatic surgery.

Who or what inspires you?

I am inspired to make people better, reduce their fear and pain, and help them and their families in their most difficult hour. I feel extremely privileged to do the job I do and despite its challenges and the constant juggling with my young family, I would not change it for anything.

Egerton Road, Guildford GU2 7XX | 01483 571122

Andrea Hewitt - Garrington

Why Surrey and what makes it right for your work?

Outside of London, the Surrey property market is one of the most competitive in the UK and a lack of choice of homes for sale, ambiguity on prices and motivated buyers wanting to find their next home all make it the perfect location for me to offer property finding services.

What does your average day look like?

No two days are the same, I can go from viewing a country estate to speaking with solicitors and meeting surveyors. However, my day is most frequently taken up previewing properties which may suit my client’s needs. A large percentage will not be on the open market which is where I really give my clients a competitive advantage.

What is the secret of your success?

I pride myself on ‘going the extra mile’ for my clients. Finding solutions to even the most challenging property searches is always a highlight of my role.

Decades of market experience, a great black book of contacts, tenacity to find the rarest of homes and the ability to clearly understand the picture a client has in their mind of their dream home, all combine to help me to be successful.

Parallel House, 32 London Road, Guildford GU1 2AB | 01483 338348 | info@garrington.co.uk

Philippa Luscombe - Penningtons Manches

Tell us about your business?

I run a team of 20 people specialising in clinical negligence and serious personal injury claims. This work has its challenges but can be incredibly rewarding when you make a real difference to someone’s life and future - be that financial stability, obtaining rehabilitation and support or just answers and acknowledgement.

Why Surrey? What makes the area so right for your line of work?

The firm has teams in various locations and our clients are nationwide. However, Penningtons Manches has long been established in the Surrey area with a good reputation and connections and that reassures people when they look to instruct solicitors to look into claims that can often be brought in very difficult times and involve very sensitive issues.

Who or what inspires you?

Day-to-day I work with some very inspiring clients. We often come across people with catastrophic injuries or terminal conditions for whom every day is a struggle and the future may look bleak. Some of these people never ever complain and always look for the positive and focus on what they can do - not what they can’t - and many of those have inspired me not just to focus on the positive but to make the most of things and live for today.

31 Chertsey Street, Guildford, GU1 4HD | 01483 411421

Nazira Hasham & Shaleeza Ladak - CHD Living

Tell us about you and your family?

Family is at the heart of my work. Since founding our business in 1984, my parents have nurtured a familial culture within our day-to-day operations. At our first nursing home my mother was the carer, my father the manager, my grandfather did the maintenance and my grandmother the cook! I grew up with 19 wonderful, adopted grandparents and inevitably, the business has underpinned who we are as a family. Over the years my mother has instilled in me a business culture of care and compassion. I admire her greatly for this.

Tell us about your business?

We operate 15 services - all rated “Good” by the Care Quality Commission, caring for around 800 people and employ more than 600 dedicated staff. As well as care for older persons, we look after young adults with enduring mental health problems and specialist rehabilitation centres for people who have had a traumatic brain injury. What I do is incredibly rewarding and I am so proud of my parents for winning a “Lifetime Achievement Award” for their contribution to health and social care in Surrey.

What does your average day look like?

I wish I had an average day! My dog Coco and I usually spend our days visiting our centres where we meet with staff, residents and their families. Later you’ll probably catch me on site at one of our new developments and then home to rest to do it all again - I wouldn’t change it for the world!

GU7 3HY Capital House, 106 Meadrow, Godalming GU7 3HY | 0203 961 6920

Katie Alexander - Gladstone Design

Tell us about your business?

Gladstone Design is a creatively charged branding communications agency. We have been established five years and bring together many years of experience as graphic designers in top brand agencies. We craved the satisfaction of personal client relationships from brief to finish, unavailable in the large corporations and enjoy the efficiency and ease of communication this brings our own business.

Why Surrey? What makes the area so right for your line of work?

Surrey, as a collection of thriving market towns with individual character, lends itself to impactful design which draws upon the glossy avenues or juxtaposed high-tech modernity. Seeing our designs enhancing the unique feel of many of those historic streets is very satisfying.

Any top tips for a successful working relationship?

I am passionate about close working relationships! I find that time spent at the start of a relationship really achieves what the client wants in the future, minimising further client effort. If I can channel the client, their business, aims and personality then I can let my creativity flow autonomously and bring forward several very acceptable options/solutions. After that, timely responsiveness sees the project to a successful conclusion.

Ashtead, Surrey | 07762 428 384

Kellianne Banham - Partridge Muir & Warren

Tell us about your business?

PMW provides financial planning and wealth management services for a range of clients, including private individuals, families, professionals and charities. 2019 is a milestone year for the company as we celebrate 50 years in business; we put our success down to our focus on a personalised service for every client. With the average length of time our current clients have been with us exceeding 19 years, we must be doing something right! We offer a comprehensive financial planning service that allows our clients to focus on the things that matter most to them. We also offer advice on tax, trusts and estate management.

Why Surrey? What makes the area so right for your line of work?

An affluent area such as Esher provides the perfect location for our business. Clients appreciate how easy it is to visit our office and we pride ourselves on providing the services of a London firm in the home counties.

What’s your motto in life?

‘Never say never’ because I’m a firm believer that anything is possible if you work hard enough for it!

Aissela, 46 High Street, Esher KT10 9QY | 01372 471550

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