The agency behind a series of cafes has collapsed blaming extreme money movement issues and poor buying and selling situations.
The Filmore and Union chain operated 17 websites in Yorkshire and the North East and employed round 230 folks.
Directors have been appointed on Friday and have organized the partial sale of the manufacturing kitchen and 10 shops.
That plan goals to safeguard 150 jobs, however the remaining websites have ceased buying and selling with the lack of 80 posts.
Phil Pierce, from the directors FRP Advisory LLP, stated the corporate’s shops included stand-alone cafes, in-store and prepare station cafes, in addition to the top workplace and manufacturing kitchen in Wetherby, West Yorkshire.
He stated he was happy to have disposed of some websites to Coffeesmiths Collective Ltd, in a deal “which crucially protects a lot of jobs”.
“Sadly, it has not been doable to safe the sale of all websites, and we’re working with the Redundancy Funds Service to supply assist for all workers affected at this troublesome time.”
The websites bought embody:
Newcastle (John Lewis)
Nottingham (John Lewis)
York (John Lewis)
Redbrick Mill, Batley
York Practice Station (platform three and platform eight)
Newcastle Practice Station
Manufacturing Kitchen (Wetherby)
Websites closing embody:
York metropolis centre
Wetherby, head workplace
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