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Rackheath catering supplies firm Broadland Catering Equipment ceases to trade

Broadland Catering Equipment, based at Tilla Court, has announced it has ceased to trade after 40 years.... Read more

Funding for solar farm developers

Our research shows there are a hundred or so developers in the UK with one or more incomplete solar farm projects and we expect that many of these w... Read more

Norwich coffee business goes into liquidation

A coffee shop in Norwich which sponsored a stand at Norwich City FC has ceased trading. The Galway Roast (UK) Limited has gone into creditors' volunt... Read more

Former Norwich City FC sponsor The Galway Roast ceases to trade after running out of funds

A coffee shop which sponsored Norwich City Football Club's South Stand has ceased to trade after running out of funds. The Galway Roast which opened... Read more

Administrators, but not by royal appointment

A Norwich-based heritage building firm that has held a contract to work on Sandringham House has gone into administration.... Read more

Fears for turkey giant's creditors

Small firms owed money by Bernard Matthews could face a struggle for survival following the turkey producer's sale, an industry leader warns today. T... Read more

Small suppliers could bear brunt of Bernard Matthews deal

Smaller supplies are likely to bear the brunt if the sale of Bernard Matthews can only be completed through a pre-pack administration deal, an insolve... Read more

McTear Williams & Wood Tour de Wymondham Cycling Sportive

East Anglia's largest business rescue and insolvency practice McTear Williams & Wood, hosted its first cycling sportive the ‘Tour de Wymondham’ in con... Read more

Norfolk building firm goes into administration with 24 job losses

Norfolk-based building contractor W.S. Lusher & Son has gone into administration with the loss of 24 jobs although a buyer is being sought for the 92-... Read more

Historic building contractor in administration

A historic, Royal Warrant-holding chartered building contractor which was established in Norfolk more than 90 years ago is being marketed for sale aft... Read more

Norwich heritage builder WS Lusher & Son falls into administrations with the loss of 24 jobs

A heritage building firm which has traded in Norwich for four generations and counts the Queen as one of its customers has gone into administration wi... Read more

Adrian Sage promoted to Senior Associate

Adrian Sage of Ipswich-based insolvency practitioners McTear Williams & wood has been promoted to Senior Associate.... Read more