[Bell Historians] Taylors, Eayre and Smith

john thurman john at nHBSgukmbk4P4-pPXu6jrNJ7mbrbJFxC80PP7OtNa6EgNK4mevktB3MI6LZcvAW51Kkka56udWTbPYif1vepdzD5zGv7Jg.yahoo.invalid
Sat Sep 19 08:37:10 BST 2009

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Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2009 8:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Taylors, Eayre and Smith

> Mike Chester wrote
>  >For those that have not already heard, Taylors went into administration
> today.
> >Our thoughts and prayers must go to those that stand to lose their
> livelihood because of this.
> I do not know the ins and outs of this particular case, but going in to
> administration doesn't necessarily mean that the place is going to close
> down. It simply means that the Administrators have taken over the running
> the business from the Directors. In my (very recent) experience they will
> try to keep the Company running so long as there is a chance of it
> solvent. So it may not be all doom and gloom for eveybody.
> However, I agree with Mike's comment and might I suggest that, out of
> respect to employees of Taylors Eayre and Smith, (some of whom are known
> known to  many of us, and indeed are members of this- and other ringing
> related e-lists) that we refrain from gossiping and speculating on e-lists
> and hope that there can be a positive outcome to this undeniably sad state
> of affairs as soon as possible?
> I don't think any of the rest of us would like our job situation being
> discussed on the interenet by a bunch of people who a) don't know us and
> aren't really aware of the situation at our place of work. Just because we
> all know a lot about Taylor bells, very few of us can claim to have any
> knowledge of the Company's financial situation or anything else of that
> nature.
> All the best
> John


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