Windsor's Drury House restaurant in liquidation

02 June 2016 by
Windsor's Drury House restaurant in liquidation

The Drury House restaurant and pub in Windsor has closed and its holding company, Turners Dining, entered into voluntary liquidation last week.

The pub, built in the Stuart age, was run by Steven and Svetlana Turner. Turners Dining has liabilities of £172,740, of which just under £19,000 is owed to trading partners.

Joseph Sadler of Nottingham-based Elwell Watchorn & Saxton has been appointed liquidator for the purposing of winding the company up.

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