Christmas Greeting 2021

Dear Clients and Visitors


The year 2021 will soon be laid to rest. And despite all of the uncertainty that the year appeared to hold at the start, I was fortunate enough to be able to continue providing quality translation and editing work at reasonable prices.

This autumn, the teaching side of my business grew considerably. However, unlike previous years almost all the training courses I now run are online. I would like to thank all the students for their enthusiasm and commitment to learning through Zoom and Teams. I believe that online training will continue to be popular next year.

The translation side of my business has been strong throughout the whole of 2021. Once again, I would like to thank all my regular clients for your unwavering support and trust in my abilities to deliver quality work on time.

During this autumn, I have also continued to work on a parttime basis in a local secondary school, helping pupils with special needs. This has been a serendipitous venture that started because of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. I will be continuing to work there parttime next spring as I find it very rewarding and educational.

I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


News bulletin

Dear Customers,

After a very challenging year because of the Coronavirus I am pleased to report that I am still very much in business. The translation side of my work turned out to be particularly busy because of company restructuring and new investment opportunities in the region. Likewise, the proofreading and editing work has been very good throughout the year. I hope I will be able to continue helping my customers, both old and new, during the rest of this year.

I would particularly like to thank my regular customers for your unwavering support.

This coming autumn I will be involved with more online training and I may make a small face-to-face discussion group in Vaasa if there is a demand for it. More details will be published later.

I will also be continuing my work in a local secondary school at least until Christmas.

I wish you all a good autumn.


Kind regards


Paul Wilkinson