Strong client relationships underpin our success
Who we are
We have a broad range of expertise across the team at Wilson Wraight. That, coupled with 25 years of experience providing the highest level of agricultural business consultancy and a strong belief in the importance of relationships with our clients, positions us as leaders in our field.
Roger co-founded the Wilson Wraight Partnership in 1990 following a period working for a national firm of agricultural management consultants.Read More
Effective business planning helps you manage your business far more effectively, provides advanced warning of potential pressure points and assists in managing cashflow.
Giles began his flourishing career by completing a National Diploma in Agriculture at Bishop Burton College, East Yorkshire before undertaking a Diploma in Advanced Agricultural Business Management at Seale-Hayne, Devon.Read More
I get real satisfaction from making a difference to a business, putting the client first and seeing positive changes come through is what drives me.
Keith offers wide-ranging advice to a diverse portfolio of businesses across the industry and is adept at managing change for his clients.Read More
My clients are supported with sound business principles integrating financial management with personal objectives. I have a proven track record of restructuring and managing change.
Peter gained valuable experience growing up on an arable farm in Nottinghamshire, which combined with his expertise in financial management is put to good use advising in-hand farms of all sizes, estates and joint ventures.Read More
The complexities of the Basic Payment Scheme demand a thorough knowledge of the guidance and regulations. Our expertise can help you stay compliant and operate most efficiently within the restraints.
Will combines his practical first-hand experience as a farmer’s son from Suffolk with his qualifications in agriculture to offer his expertise in farm management consultancy.Read More
Cost of production isn’t just about lowering your costs; it’s about maximising your resources and ensuring that you are producing as much as you can as cost-effectively as possible.
Chief Operating Officer
David is a seasoned and trusted leader with a proven track record for delivering strategic and operational improvements. His experience and inherent ability to lead and shape operational improvements and efficiencies means he is uniquely qualified for this new role.Read More
I firmly believe that the key to successful leadership is influence, not authority.
Rebecca is a farmer’s daughter from Lincolnshire and is married to a farmer.
In the office she provides business and financial advice for agricultural businesses including budgeting and cashflows, reporting, business appraisals, investment appraisals, basic payment applications and environmental schemes.Read More
By providing thorough and impartial advice, it is very satisfying to see these businesses develop and thrive.
Sam’s upbringing on a family farm and his previous work with one of the UK’s largest fresh produce growers enables him to give expert advice in management.Read More
Each farm is unique - but benchmarking is still an extremely valuable way of pinpointing where improvements can be made. It's one of the many tools we draw on.
Before joining Wilson Wraight in 2013, Ben worked as estate manager on a diverse 3,500 acre estate in Sussex. He has also turned his hand to harvest work on arable farms and worked with livestock.Read More
I apply a high level of attention to detail and in-depth analysis for clients. I seek to get under the skin of how that business functions.
Rachel steers enterprises through the labyrinth of contracts, bureacracy and regulations facing agricultural businesses today.Read More
If you can monitor it you can measure it; if you can measure it you can manage it. Every farm is different and that is the approach that we take at Wilson Wraight.
Sam joined Wilson Wraight in February 2017 having graduated from Newcastle University with a BSc (Hons) in Farm Business Management in summer 2016.Read More
We’re here to make sense of the bureaucracy and advise farmers on the financial options, and how best to implement them.
Rachel was our placement student in 2016/17 and rejoins the team having graduated from Harper Adams University in summer 2018 with a first class honours degree in Agri-Business.Read More
I am enthused by the prospect of assisting our clients through a period of what could be exciting but challenging years for UK agriculture.
Marianne is our Harper Adams University placement student with us until summer 2020.Read More
I am excited to be joining the team at Wilson Wraight and looking forward to supporting the partners and consultants in providing consultancy advice to a wide variety of clients.
Sue brings an international flavour to her UK expertise after growing up in a Zimbabwean farming family.
She is adept in bookkeeping, report and budget preparation, Farmplan and Key software support and understands the needs of farm businesses.Read More
As well as providing book keeping and payroll services, I offer software training on Farmplan and Key and telephone support to clients who have payroll and VAT questions.
Teresa is a member of a farming family in Suffolk and Norfolk and she has accountancy experience in the private and public sector.Read More
I aim to offer a complete bookkeeping service specialising in VAT and payroll, undertaking personal correspondence for some.
Anna graduated from the University of Reading with a BSc (Hons) in Geography and brings her own areas of expertise to the business and provides bookkeeping, accounts information and payroll to the partnership.Read More
With my experience in business analysis I offer bookkeeping, payroll and accounts services and solutions tailored to the requirements of the business.
Melanie is Wilson Wraight's first voice on the phone for callers and runs the partnership's front of house services.Read More