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Yorkshire family coach company ceases trading

Long‐established family business John Smith & Sons Ltd ceased trading last week. The directors have instructed Mike Jenkins and David Broadbent of Begbies Traynor to assist with the winding up of the company.

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Begbies Traynor appointed liquidators of £300m turnover Omega Travel

An urgent investigation, led by Begbies Traynor, is underway to recover more than £20m owed to creditors of collapsed travel agency firm Omega Travel.

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80 Jobs saved as trampoline parks sold out of administration

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.

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Liverpool craft beer brewery to be placed into liquidation

Liverpool craft beer brewery to be placed into liquidation. Begbies Traynor is the UK's market leader in business recovery. With over 100 UK offices and over 1000 staff we are well positioned to assist you.

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Historic West Yorkshire office fit out business placed into administration

On 5 October 2018, Lee Lockwood and Bob Maxwell of Begbies Traynor in Leeds were appointed as joint administrators of H. Waterhouse & Sons (Wakefield) Limited which has been trading for over 150 years.

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St Giles Road sports ground to be sold

The freehold of the seven acre sports ground in Hove Edge, Brighouse, occupied by Brighouse Town FC, is to be offered for sale by the liquidators of Blakeborough Sports and Social Club.

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130 jobs saved as fire door firm rescued

More than 130 jobs have been saved at a North Wales firm after the business and assets were sold as a going concern.

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Leeds‐based entertainment group placed into administration

Award‐winning bar company Burning Night, which owns Bierkeller Entertainment Complexes around the UK, was placed into the hands of joint administrators Andrew Mackenzie and Julian Pitts of Begbies Traynor in Leeds on 28 September 2018.

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Dunscar Bridge Brewery Limited - In Administration

Dunscar Bridge Brewery Limited was placed into Administration on 26th September 2018. Ian McCulloch and Dean Watson of Begbies Traynor have been appointed as Joint Administrators.

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Administrators called in at historic family-owned building contractor supplier firm in Liverpool

A popular family-owned business which has worked on major property regeneration projects in Liverpool since 1971 has been placed in administration.

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Derbyshire microbrewery bought out of administration

On 10 August 2018, Claire Dowson and Gareth Rusling of Begbies Traynor in Sheffield were appointed as joint administrators of Raw Brewing Company Ltd and the company was immediately acquired by Silver Brewhouse Limited.

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Administrator appointed at Polish Credit Union UK Limited

A credit union based in London with more than 500 members has been placed in administration.

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Drop in Trade Forces Closure of Basingstoke Trampoline Park

A Basingstoke trampoline park has closed with the loss of two full-time jobs and 50 casual positions, along with debts in excess of £700,000.

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Liquidators appointed for award-winning coffee shop in Preston

Begbies Traynor has been appointed as Liquidator of Ham & Jam, the award-winning coffee shop on Lancaster Road in Preston city centre.

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Gin festivals cancelled as organiser placed into administration

On 5 July 2018 insolvency practitioners from Begbies Traynor were appointed as administrators to Gin Festival Limited, which was trading as, a business based in Keighley, West Yorkshire.

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Bike business on track for success thanks to a specialist business loan

A Yorkshire cycle shop owner is taking his business up a gear after a £227,000 cash injection from specialist lender Together.

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