Lytham St.Anne’s Company Owed £669,670 By Bankrupt Wilko

A Lytham St. Anne’s based company, WA Bloomsberry Ltd, is among a long list of Lancashire companies owed more than £4million after Wilko closed over 350 stores across the UK. Wilko had traded for 93 years before the high street retailer was placed into administration.

Companies House documents have disclosed that when the family company collapsed, they owed £625 million, including £548 million to unsecured creditors.

The Lancashire Evening Post has reported that WA Bloomsberry Ltd who are based at Inspiration House on North Houses Lane in Lytham are owed £669,670. The local company’s Linkedin profile says, ‘Bloomsberry Ltd are importers of bespoke designed floral products.  We offer a new perspective on floral products with our collections and merchandise made to extremely high design specifications consisting of readymade floral pieces as well as loose components.  We supply to smaller retails direct through our website but are also proud to be wholesale suppliers to Next, ASDA, B&M’s & Wilko to name a few.’

The Lytham based company’s website shares this information, ‘Family owned and operated, Bloomsberry Limited are one of the best faux flower manufactures and providers in the U.K. For over 12 years, we have been providing our clients with the highest quality flowers, plants, and floral decor at the best prices and quality. We cater to every client’s budget and stock demands with the best suppliers in the industry. Whether you’re looking for a small bouquet of roses or an elaborate arrangement for your stores, Bloomsberry has you covered.’


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