Our People

Our ethos of “expert and friendly” in the way we deliver our service to clients comes from our people.

Richard Winton ACA Director ensures the Winton Bath team are up to date and well trained; enabling the firm to deliver the results and solutions that clients deserve. Richard trained and qualified with a top four national practice and has specialised in advising owner managed businesses. Richard has some 30 years’ experience in professional practice and continually endeavours to enhance our services to keep his clients ahead of the game! Outside of work he is a keen tennis player and enjoys cycling.


Robert Bath ACA Director has a specific interest in taxation and he leads the tax services available to our clients with a view to offering tax efficient solutions to both business and individual clients. Robert lectures in taxation at Keele University and takes a keen interest in new developments in tax law. Robert trained and qualified with a top four national practice and has some 30 years’ experience in professional practice. Outside of work he is a keen cyclist and outdoor enthusiast.


Mary Winton ACA Director specialises in management information and accounting systems. Mary graduated in Law and subsequently trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with a top four national practice. Mary spends much of her time out at clients helping with their management accounts. She is also a proficient in cloud accounts systems including Xero, QuickBooks and FreeAgent and runs a trouble shooting service either remotely from her desk, or onsite if required. Outside of work she is a keen tennis player and gym goer.


Winton Bath at a glance

Expert: Our expert service will meet and exceed your accountancy needs.

Friendly: Our friendly approach to the job really helps to achieve results.

Require more information?

If you would like more information or would like to ask us a question then call us on 01785 241402 (Stafford) or 01782 209904 (Stoke). To ask us a question online click here.

02 Aug 2018

Bank of England raise interest rate

The Bank of England has raised the interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75%.

02 Aug 2018

Making Tax Digital for VAT

HMRC has published further information on Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV).

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