Town centre sandwich shop closes - and liquidators called in
A BOLTON town centre sandwich shop has closed down and liquidators have been called in.
Deli Fresh, in Crompton Place Shopping Centre, has been cordoned off with tape and notices have been put up by Rivington Associates Limited, a corporate bailiff company.
The signs warn against anyone entering the premises without the written permission of the landlord — Santander CF Trustee Ltd.
The company which ran the cafe, Solife Ltd, Hollins Mount, Hollins Lane, Bury, is in liquidation.
Malcolm Angus, Crompton Place manager, said: “Deli Fresh has now closed down at Crompton Place due to matters related to the company itself and do not reflect the situation more widely at the shopping centre where business is brisk.
“I would like to reassure our loyal customers that we are working very hard to sign up a replacement eaterie for the centre because we understand that being able to take a refreshment break is an important part of our customers’ shopping experience with us.”
The business’ lease had began on July 15, 2011, and the cafe sold a variety of items including breakfasts, freshly-made sandwiches, soups, salads and cakes.
The signs warn: “Any attempt to enter these premises without the written authority of the above named landlord will result in criminal/ civil proceedings being taken.”
Mr Angus added: “We do offer a terrific range of retailers at Crompton Place including New Look, Primark, Beaverbrooks, Scotts and BHS which has its own excellent and well-used, sit down cafe.
“We are also home to two popular bakers — Greggs and Greenhalghs — and there is a terrific ice cream and milkshake stall Scoopalicious. which all offer their own unique tasty treats for shoppers to indulge in while they are here.”
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