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They were saved from closure when Edinburgh Woollen Mill bought the company in 2012. The gifts and homeware retailer went into administration in mid-July. The fashion brands have been sold to restructuring business Hilco, according to the Guardian, in a deal which includes stock but not the 92 stores or 437 concessions. The chain had announced plans to axe 30 stores in February in a bid to salvage the company. The online business is performing very well.". 13 November 2020 In October, the group announced plans to close 50 stores - cutting 600 jobs - in a bid to survive. The bed retailer was put into pre-pack administration in June. View our online Press Pack. M&Co said it would continue to operate with 218 stores and 2,220 employees after completing the restructuring, having hired Deloitte as administrators in April. This administration does not affect the wholesale and online business, the CRR reports. Gift and toy chain Hawkin's Bazaar collapsed into administration in January, putting 177 jobs at risk. The luxury luggage retailer, which was founded in 1914, went into administration last month and 164 people were made redundant. All of the retailer’s 145 staff have been furloughed while the administrators seek a buyer to try and "secure jobs and get the best deal for creditors". ... is not actually bust. The retailer, which operates 105 showrooms in the UK, had been struggling with “adverse trading conditions” caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to administrators Deloitte. The Centre for Retail Research - Who's Gone Bust in Retail UK, the USA and the future of the High Street Lee Longlands was founded in Birmingham in 1902 by Robert Lee and George Longland and they opened their first store at 304 Broad Street, taking advantage of its location next to the canal to bring in timber. Yesterday owner Philip Day said: “Over the past month we explored all possible options to save Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home from going into administration, but unfortunately the ongoing trading conditions caused by the pandemic and lockdowns proved too much.”. The bakery chain was sold out of administration in a pre-pack deal in mid-June. Tesco recalls festive fruit and nuts packs over fears they will make you sick. Eight months later, he told how he had survived. The news comes after parent company Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) failed to agree a rescue deal for the retailers... continue reading However, JD Sports said it will push forward with a major restructuring of Go Outdoors, which employs 2,400 staff, and intends to "retain the majority" of its retail stores. "We are in advanced discussions with a number of parties and working hard to secure a future for both businesses.". The online designer furniture and homeware retailer went into administration in January with the loss of 23 jobs, reports CRR. ... EWM warned it would go bust … More than 50 stores are to be closed and 600 jobs axed by the company behind Peacocks and Edinburgh Woollen Mill. He told Drapers: “We are disappointed that the stores will no longer continue, but we are confident and excited about the brand going forward online. Administrators said the chain's 200,000 customers will need to keep making payments, with administrators either running down the lending book or seeking to sell it on. The EWM Group, which also owns the Peacocks and Jaeger brands, filed a notice of intention to appoint administrators in October. Tim Cooper, Oliver Sweeney's chief executive and cobbler-in-chief, will continue to lead the company. CEO Steve Simpson has called the trading environment "brutal". Thomas Cook has collapsed after last-minute negotiations aimed at saving the 178-year-old holiday firm failed. H. igh street fashion chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill ... to explore all options for the future of its retail brands Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Jaeger, Ponden Home, and Peacocks." High street fashion chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill, which owns Peacocks and Jaeger, is close to collapse, with 24,000 jobs in the balance. No redundancies have been announced yet and no stores have closed. Women’s fashion brand Autonomy went into administration in March and all 44 employees were made redundant, according to the CRR. Women's clothing chain Bonmarché fell into administration on Wednesday, December 2, for the second time in just over a year, putting more than 1,500 jobs at risk. Peacocks Stores Limited (In Administration) The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Company and without personal liability. PORTLAND, Maine — An initially promising U.S. forecast for the northern lights has gone bust. Peacocks and Jaeger on the brink of collapse putting 24,000 jobs at risk. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. In March, the joint administrators confirmed all remaining outlets would cease trading. The high-end furniture chain has appointed financial services firm Duff & Phelps as administrator while it continues to battle the effects of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown. A total of 35 stores are also expected to close across the UK. A further 28 closures are planned for 2021. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click this link: thesun.co.uk/editorial-complaints/, Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed, There are around 384 stores that bear the Edinburgh Woollen Mill name, Boots store closures: More than 4,000 jobs cut and 48 opticians branches to shut. The historic Birmingham retailer founded more than a century ago was placed into administration in June. TONIK Energy has gone bust leaving 130,000 households across Britain without an energy supplier. DW Sports operated 73 gyms and 75 retail sites across the UK. Peacocks and Jaeger, which are part of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM) Group, fell into administration on Thursday (November 19) after failing to find a buyer. Peacocks Stores Limited (In Administration) The Joint Administrators act as agents of the Company and without personal liability. The firm has stores in locations across the country, including in Southport and Wolverhampton. "Shopping centres fared the worst among retail sites due to the higher proportion of fashion outlets, where consumer demand has been hit hardest. The UK's second-largest furniture retailer was put into administration by its owners Alteri Investors on the last day of June - the same day as Benson's for Beds - according to the CRR. Ponden Home, also part of the group, has also been put into administration. Unfortunately, there have been business causalities this year in Leeds.Below, you'll find the notices from The London Gazette (the official public record) for those who have gone into liquidation in 2020:. I also take the opportunity to thank all those that wrote to me with tips and suggestions from all over the world. Bonmarché has been sold to Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group’s (EWM) Peacocks, following months of speculation. Turnaround company Alteri, Benson's existing owner, bought the business out immediately and put £25million into the company to invest in its development, according to the CRR. According to Bristol-based chambers of commerce Business West, the latest restrictions could be "ruinous" for some businesses. The UK retailers which have gone bust in 2020 so far... And experts warn there are more to come. LHR Holding owns 18 TJ Hughes-branded department stores nationally, as well as tjhughes.co.uk, and they were not affected. The retro fashion chain will not reopen any of its shops when the lockdown ends after calling in administrators last month. EWM, which employs more than 21,000 people in all, also includes Peacocks, Jane Norman, Bonmarche, Jaeger and Austin Reed. The company sold hearing aids and medical and orthopaedic goods in specialised stores. “We as a management team have done everything we can to try and save the iconic brands that we love.”. However, Fitness First - a sister company of DW - will continue to operate as a separate company and its 43 clubs will be unaffected by the administration. The deal includeed £1.2million of freehold property for Norville’s Gloucester site and the remainder for stock, plant, IP and contracts. 2020 has changed everything. RSM Restructuring Advisory, which has been appointed to handle the administration, said all of Bonmarche's 225 stores will remain open and there are no redundancies yet as it looks to agree a rescue deal. The chain of hearing and mobility stores reportedly called in Grant Thornton as administrators in January. Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EMW) and homewares retailer Ponden Home have entered administration, putting thousands of jobs at risk. Hannah Baker is BusinessLive's South West Editor. Travel firms that have gone bust: 2019 - 2020. For other inquiries, Contact Us. At the beginning of April 2020, Debenhams still had 142 stores operating. The Belgium-owned chain's UK business was bought by a new vehicle, BrunchCo21, according to the CRR. The firm had recently been bought by Stonebridge Private Equity through its subsidiary Torque Brands, with the new owner saying that the future of the entire retail sector was facing a "very real threat.". By Associated Press , Wire Service Content Dec. 10, 2020 By Associated Press , Wire Service Content Dec. 10, 2020… The book wholesaler, which was founded in a chicken shed in 1968, went into administration last week. Supermarket Christmas shopping rules at Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s explained, Coca-Cola is giving away free personalised cans of Coke for Christmas, Debenhams launches a closing down sale with up to 80% off in stores and online, ©News Group Newspapers Limited in England No. The online bathroom retailer collapsed at the end of February. Four Lewis's Home Retail outlet department stores were reportedly sold through a pre-pack sale to LHR Holding, saving more than 150 jobs. The company said its income was hit by the Government-enforced closure of gyms and stores due to the Covid lockdown. Bureau, its office-oriented associate business, continues to trade and is not affected by Houseology's administration. It should be noted that a company “failing” or closing down is not the same thing as one going bust. Croydon Council has gone bust after running up £1.5 billion in debt, according to local MP Chris Philp. Comcast has projected it will invest $2 billion into Peacock over 2020 and 2021. High street fashion chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM), which owns Peacocks and Jaeger, is close to collapse, with 24,000 jobs in the balance, according to documents filed with the High Court. It is not a definitive list but a summary of the major company failures in the UK. However, according to administrators Springfields Advisory, it was not possible to sell several smaller outlets, reportedly leading to 80 redundancies and five store closures. 12:00 AM, August 24, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 01:42 AM, August 24, 2020 ... we have seen several major apparel retailers go bust. Adult peafowl are pretty hardy creatures but it is still important to do what you can to help your peafowl stay comfortable, especially since all types of peafowl originated in areas with warmer climates. More than 50 stores are to be closed and 600 jobs axed by the company behind Peacocks and Edinburgh Woollen Mill. Consumers with gift cards for fashion retailer Peacocks can no longer use them as the company has gone into administration. Debenhams said its administrators, FRP Advisory, had "regretfully concluded that they should commence a wind-down of Debenhams UK, whilst continuing to seek offers for all or parts of the business.". HIGH Street giant Edinburgh Woollen Mill has put the stores of the same name into administration. Posted on 14 June 2020 by starttravel.co.uk. When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. The UK arm of the luxury lingerie retailer fell into administration in June, putting more than 800 jobs at risk. However, the owner of Cath Kidston has secured a deal to buy back the brand and its online operations, but this does not include bricks-and-mortar shops. High street clothing chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM), which also owns Peacocks and Jaeger, has been granted a further 10 working days to speak … The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by Tony Wright and Alastair Massey who were appointed Joint Administrators on 19 November 2020. Two of the four brands in high street clothing chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s (EWM) stable have fallen into administration with 866 jobs gone and a further 1,821 jobs under threat. He  is understood to be working on a pre-pack deal for Peacocks that would see the 400-store chain go through administration and be immediately sold back to him and his finance partner Davidson Kempner. The retailer appointed Deloitte as administrators after the pandemic “severely impacted” sales, it said. Despite an uptick in the sector over the summer, there is a marked difference between the booming online retailers and bricks-and-mortar stores, many of which had already seen footfall shrinking. 09 October 2020. Torque Brands, an outfit that recently bought shirt-maker TM Lewin, is also among the potential buyers. But which UK stores have already gone into administration in 2020? The closure of stores will lead to the loss of around 900 jobs, according to the Guardian. Tony Wright, joint administrator and partner at FRP, said: “Recent months have proven extremely challenging for many retailers, even those that were trading well before the pandemic, including the teams at Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home. Leeds businesses that have gone into liquidation. The chain has 25 shops in the UK, which are currently closed in line with government lockdown rules. The clothing retailer is reportedly placing the division that runs its 82 standalone branches into administration, according to ITV, which said 93 jobs are at risk. 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The cuts came just a day after John Lewis axed 1,500 office roles and M&S announced its first loss in 94 years. High street clothing chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill has gone into administration tonight (Friday) with more thsan 2,000 jobs at risk. Why do companies go bust? List of shops that have collapsed into administration in 2020 as UK lockdown hits high street. Of the 43 airlines that failed in 2020 so far, 20 of them operated at least 10 aircraft, compared to 12 in all of 2019 and 10 throughout 2018, Cirium's data showed. The 50-year-old shoe retailer fell into administration in May after being hit by the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. According to the CRR, most of its 450-strong workforce were made redundant. ... Peacocks and Jaeger. According to the FT, this week the EWM was given more time to find buyers or new investors as an alternative to putting it into administration. Welsh haulage firm enters administration. The yearly totals in the Table above are intended to show the main trends applying to UK retailing, from relatively benign years where few companies go bust to perfectly horrid years like this one. All the retailer’s high street stores are currently closed due to lockdown and 1,669 staff have been furloughed on the government’s job retention scheme. Alistair Wardell and Richard Lewis were appointed to oversee the winding up of the company, according to Access and Mobility Professional. The group reportedly said 822 of the 915 staff affected by the decision will remain with the group. Rent-to-own high street retailer BrightHouse went into administration in March, putting more than 2,000 jobs at risk. It has more than 1,000 stores in the UK including 265 Edinburgh Woollen Mill stores and 479 Peacocks outlets. As coronavirus restrictions begin to ease in many countries - including the UK - the travel industry is taking stock of the economic damage done by the pandemic. A wander down your local high street will reveal a retail sector in crisis. The retailer has stores in Windsor, Newbury, Staines, Teddington, East Sheen, New Malden, Twickenham, Walton-on-Thames, Northwood, Richmond, Beaconsfield and Farnham. But for many retailers closure at the busiest trading period of the year could come at a high price. "It is our intention to continue to trade whilst working closely with management to explore the options for the business. A spokesperson for Bensons for Beds said: "Bensons for Beds emerged as a standalone retailer following the restructuring deal that injected £25million of new investment which is being used to grow the business. To sign up for Business Live's daily newsletters click here. However, the company was snapped up by homeware brand Olivia’s - part of the Moot Group - for an undisclosed sum, according to Insider.co.uk. High street clothing chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill, which also owns Peacocks and Jaeger, has been granted a further ten working days to speak to potential buyers and work on a rescue plan. Two of the four brands in high street clothing chain Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s (EWM) stable have fallen into administration with 866 jobs gone and a further 1,821 jobs under threat. It has been hit by poor trading in lockdown coupled with a credit insurance problem. The department store chain collapsed into administration in January after failing to find a last-minute buyer to rescue the 139-year-old business. Will Wright and Steve Absolom of KPMG’s restructuring practice were appointed joint administrators to Antler Holdings Limited and Antler. Sun 18 Oct 2020 13.28 EDT 23.37 EDT Peacocks is the largest chain in the Edinburgh Woollen Mills group Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian The Edinburgh Woollen Mill … 6 Nov 2020 , 16:16; Updated: 6 ... has won more time to try and save Peacocks and Jaeger. In August, the chain confirmed it wold be closing 47 stores and axing 381 jobs as part of a major restructure to secure the company’s long-term future. But normal was already long gone. Thu, 10 Dec 2020 | ADMINISTRATION Rhys Davies & Sons, one of the biggest haulage firms in Wales and a member of the Cathay Group, has fallen into administration citing “unsustainable losses” accrued as a result of COVID-19. On December 1, JD Sports pulled out of rescue talks with the beleaguered department store chain and Debenhams confirmed a liquidation process had started, putting 12,000 jobs at risk. The retailer employed around 1,000 people. It's the latest in a string of small providers that have ceased trading over the past 18months. It s not yet clear how many jobs could be affected. 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