[Bell Historians] Re: Taylors, Eayre and Smith - Is anyone else interested in investing in this foundry?
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Sun Sep 20 18:27:18 BST 2009
Thanks for your email John.
Why do you say "buying it back" John?
Were you an earlier shareholder or owner?
I have to admit my ignorance on the history at Taylor's, but I hope to
be very well informed over the next few days,
as the current payroll is about £10,000 per week, and I understand
that bids are to be in by Friday.
Let me know if you do win the lottery or wish to join a group of
On 20 Sep 2009, at 15:35, johnhedderly wrote:
> Had I won the Lottery on Friday, I would have been quite interested
> in buying it back!
> John Hedderly
> --- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, Charles Lucy <lucy at ...> wrote:
> > Is anyone else with relevant knowledge interested in investing in an
> > adventure with bells and a foundry?
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