Begbies Traynor expands with new appointment
June 26th 2019
Leading insolvency and business recovery specialists, Begbies Traynor, has expanded its team in the South West with the appointment of Mike Dyer as Senior Business Development Manager.
Bath bed store closes its doors after 45 years in the city
June 6th 2019
A long-established furniture store, which has been a fixture of Bath’s retail scene for 45 years, is going into voluntary liquidation after experiencing increasingly challenging trading conditions.
80 Jobs saved as trampoline parks sold out of administration
November 16th 2018
Administrators at a south west trampoline park have succeeded in saving 81 jobs at the company after securing the sale of the firm’s two divisions.
Children's food maker enters liquidation
June 20th 2018
A Wiltshire-based children's organic food manufacturer has entered liquidation.
40 jobs saved as gaming retailer sold out of administration
November 8th 2016
Administrators of a South West-based gaming retailer have succeeded in saving 40 jobs at the company after securing the sale of the business, including 12 out of 15 of its High Street stores. Business…
Begbies Traynor opens new office in Taunton
November 3rd 2016
The UK's leading independent business recovery practice, Begbies Traynor, has opened an office in Taunton. The move will enable the firm to build on work it has already done in the town and with the…
Jobs saved as Bath IT training firm sold out of administration
January 23rd 2015
Five jobs have been saved in Bath by the successful sale out of administration of an IT training company. The business and assets of F1 Computer Systems Ltd, which provides computer-based training cou…
High street revival charity closes after cash problems
November 14th 2014
A charity set up to help revive ailing small town high streets across Britain has ceased trading after hitting cashflow problems. Action for Market Towns, known as Towns Alive, has appointed Neil Vinn…