Welcome to Gilroy & Brookes

Gilroy & Brookes provide the full range of accountancy and taxation services, you would expect to find from a professional firm which has enjoyed the trust of the Hampshire and Surrey business and not-for-profit community for over seventy years.

We recognise that every client has unique financial needs. That is why we offer accountancy services tailored to your needs as a small or medium-sized company, sole trader, charity, club or association. We have offices in Farnham and Richmond upon Thames and our client base is distributed throughout the southeast and southwest.

Our reputation is for affordable, cutting edge financial expertise combined with a level of personal service not commonly found in today’s busy world. For our clients this means a first class service provided by a team of friendly professionals who know them on an individual basis and understand their needs.


Bookkeepers and accountants have a basic responsibility to represent information in ways that genuinely represent what is going on in the business

Limited Companies

Helping many small and medium-sized limited companies, providing large corporation finance experience and business insight at a fraction of current costs

Accounting Firms

A logical and rational approach to financial issues with well thought out objectives committed to providing valuable insights, high quality services and developing enduring relationships

Excellent Service

Committed to provide the full spectrum of accounting services, based on your requirements with latest software including Sage, Xero and Quick Books



Whats make us different

We use an innovative ‘shared services’ model and the latest technologies to offer best value to clients, often saving up to 30% compared to high-street Accountants. We take away all your finance function hassles and provide clear reports to help you make the right strategic decisions.


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