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About Me


Hello, I'm Louise, and I'm a bookkeeper (MICB). I haven't always been a bookkeeper. I was once an NHS nurse, first working on a busy ward before moving to The Christie.

Children and work-life balance made shift work tricky. On maternity leave, I began studying bookkeeping with Ideal Schools. I then became accredited with the ICB (always check this before working with any bookkeeper) and worked for a small bookkeeping practice.

Never one to shy away from a challenge (did I tell you I was an NHS nurse?), I decided that I wanted to go it alone, and Eleven Accounts Services was born.

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I work with business owners from different industries. From looking after basic monthly bookkeeping to providing a complete accounts department service, I provide help no matter what the business size. That's the beauty of being your own boss. I can be flexible and tailor my services to suit your needs.

Helping clients is what I do best – you can take the girl out of nursing, but you can't take the nursing out of the girl. As well as going above and beyond for my clients, I am passionate about involving myself in the community.

In 2020, I helped set up a local Covid-19 Self-isolation Outreach Group on Facebook. I have also been part of the vaccination programme, putting the scrubs back on and jabbing people.

I’m also a mum to two strong-willed and active girls so I understand the juggle. That's why I love bookkeeping. It means I can help you stop spinning all the plates.

Let's have a chat to see if I can help you.


Working with Louise has been an absolute pleasure and has taken all of the stress away from me managing the day-to-day bookkeeping for my business.  I have reclaimed so much time to run my business rather than constantly keeping up with the finances, which has been critical during this period of growth.

Louise is professional, she really knows her stuff, and I can confidently leave her to run the finance function of my business whilst we try to grow.

Angela Dennerley - Kitsch Republic

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