Henman Green - which has been operating for 19 years and is based at Hurn Road in Dereham, Norfolk - has been through financial problems and has ceased trading and all six staff were made redundant on October 4.
A creditors’ meeting is being held in Norwich on Thursday when it is expected that the company will be placed into voluntary liquidation.
Business rescue and insolvency firm McTear Williams and Wood was called in last week by Henman Green directors and partner Chris Williams said: “They have been struggling financially and we as liquidators will be looking to sell on the business and it may be that a new purchaser may pick up some of the contracts.”
A statement said: “The directors and ex staff are trying, where possible, to complete customer orders.”
Henman Green director Matthew Henman said: “Because of the economic downturn we could not continue to trade. We are hopeful that some form of business could survive the liquidation.”
Any creditors can contact McTear Williams and Wood at 90 St Faiths Lane, Norwich, NR1 1NE or e-mail email@example.com or phone 01603 877540.
Eastern Daily Press
12 October 2010