Is waterfields bakery closing down?

Is waterfields bakery closing down?

TOWN centre bakery Waterfield’s is to close. The branch of Waterfield’s in the nearby Hardshaw Centre is expecteded to remain open, the Star understands.

Where is waterfields based?

Award winning SALSA accredited retail and wholesale bakery based in North-West England. Proud to be a family business since 1926.

How many waterfields are in the UK?

We are established family bakers, rich in experience and passionate about our craft. This is a great trade to be in and we see ourselves as custodians, passing down the secrets of this wonderful craft from generation to generation. Today we have 34 shops, a modern bakery and we are still evolving.

Do Sayers exist?

Sayers is currently the biggest independent retail baker in the North West, and currently has over 150 shops and 25 cafés from Fleetwood in the north to Wrexham in the south, and Rhyl in the west to Halifax in the East.

What shops are at waterfields Watford?

Fashion stores at Waterfields Shopping Park

  • Mamas & Papas2 stores in Watford+44 845 268 2000.
  • Sports Direct2 stores in Watford+44 870 333 9568.
  • Next2 stores in Watford+44 1923 288 580.
  • Mamas & Papas2 stores in Watford+44 845 268 2000.
  • Argos1 stores in Watford+44 1923 256 854.

Is pound bakery owned by Sayers?

Poundbakery is a bakery chain in the United Kingdom, which specializes in savory products such as pies, pasties, sausage rolls, sandwich, and sweet products including doughnuts and muffins….Poundbakery.

Type Division
Products Sandwiches, pies and pastries; baked goods
Owner Sayers

What happened to Sayers Bakery?

Sayers the Bakers – which operates the Poundbakery and Poundcafé brands – has been bought out of administration. The new company will take on Sayers’ bakery and distribution centre in Bolton and most of its 167 shops across northern England, North Wales, Yorkshire and the Midlands, although 11 stores have been closed.

What happened to pound Bakery?

Most of the jobs have now been saved after the business was bought by Karen Wood, who has formed a new company called Sayers and Poundbakery Limited. It will be run by the former management team, led by Mark James and David Silvester.

What happened Hampson’s Bakery?

MORE than 450 jobs have been lost after north west bakery chain Lyndale Group went bust. But, hours after the administrators were called in, the vast majority of the estate – which includes Hampson and Sayers stores – was sold to a management team, safeguarding a further 1,400 jobs. went bust.

Is Pound Bakery still trading?

More than 1,400 jobs have been saved at Pound Bakery and Sayers the Bakers after the Bolton-based firm was bought out of administration. But 11 of the company’s 167 shops will close and a number of redundancies, thought to be around 100, will be made.

Is Pound Bakery owned by Sayers?

Who took over hampsons Bakery?

PRIVATELY-owned Lyndale Foods is overhauling its 100-strong chain of Hampsons bakery shops in a £1m rebranding exercise. The £100m-turnover company, which has its head office in Sale, will unveil the new look tomorrow when the Hampsons shop in Leigh reopens under the name of its long-standing retail brand, Sayers.