Kinmel Bay bucket and spade firm goes bust after rain and Brexit vote
A seaside goods supplier in Kinmel Bay that has traded since 1920 has gone into administration - due to bad weather and the Brexit vote.
Grant Thornton UK have been appointed administrators to the Marshall Group, an importer of beach goods and novelty items.
They had suffered losses after two bad summers and were set to be hit by rising import prices after the Brexit vote saw the pound devalued.
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Marshall Group has annual sales of around £4m and supplies more than 3,000 product lines, including buckets & spades and... read more
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