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Simon Satchell is the Head of Accounts at Pryers Solicitors.


In that time he has been responsible for the continual smooth running of day-to-day business. This has seen him navigate a number of changes in legislation and significant growth of the firm.

Before joining Pryers, Simon worked for several years at a firm of Solicitors based in Manchester. He was responsible for completing management reports and this is where he became a full member of the Association of Accounting Technicians.

Outside Work

He relocated to a small village between Malton and York a few years ago and enjoys village life with family. With two young children, he doesn’t get too much free time, but when he does, he enjoys golf, cricket and football. He’s also been known to whip up the odd dinner too!


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