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Pub group 16 Hospitality falls into administration

27 April 2020 by
Pub group 16 Hospitality falls into administration

Pub group 16 Hospitality, which owns and operates four pubs across Cheshire and Anglesey, has fallen into administration.

Sarah O'Toole and Jason Bell of the Manchester office of Grant Thornton UK have been appointed joint administrators.

The group's portfolio includes the Partridge in Stretton and the Old Hall hotel in Frodsham, both Cheshire; the White Eagle in Rhoscolyn and the Oyster Catcher in Rhosneigr, Anglesey (pictured).

The pubs are currently closed due to Covid-19 restrictions and most of the workforce has been furloughed. The administration took effect as of 9 April.

O'Toole said: "We are hopeful that we can find a buyer for the businesses despite the current challenges facing the pub and hospitality sector."

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