A Bristol travel company has collapsed due to amounts debts worth an
estimated £300,000 to £500,000.
Brilliant Weekends a company that specialises in stag and hen dos started up
six years ago and has blamed its downfall on sterling weakening against the
euro and the credit crunch the
Evening Post reported.
Richard Denny’s, the owner and managing director would not confirm how many
creditors were owed money and the company has not appointed any external
administrators or recovery specialists. Denny’s is currently struggling to find
other companies to take on the already booked packages.
Denny’s said: We are desperately sorry for the distress and inconvenience
that this will cause. I want to apologise sincerely to customers and staff and
assure them that we are doing our best to resolve the situation.’
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