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|Just got this today...
Eatonfield Group - Ord GBP0.001
We are writing to let you know that Eatonfield Group has been dissolved with effect from the 7th June 2014. The shares have therefore been removed from your online portfolio.|
|and guess what he's joined MINMET|
|he is something of a let down to say the least|
|anyone who's more keen on training horses, being a secret millionaire, buying portsmouth fc or being a film star is a disaster waiting to happen...
full marks to mr lloyd for keeping this basket case going for so long...
for those who lost money, I'm not proud to be right, but sometimes it pays to differentiate between wise counsel and deramping....
so it's goodnight from me and goodnight from him.....|
|Isn't this Lloyds second property disaster?|
|DJ Eatonfield Group plc Eatonfield Developments - liquidator appointment
RNS Number : 1707K
Eatonfield Group plc
11 July 2011
Eatonfield Group plc ("Eatonfield", "the Company" or "the Group")
Re: Eatonfield Developments Limited - appointment of liquidator
The board of Eatonfield announces that at a meeting held on 8 July 2011 of the creditors of Eatonfield Developments Limited ("EDL", the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary), Zolfo Cooper LLP was appointed as liquidator to EDL.
The majority of the Group's property assets are owned by EDL and are subject to bank loans from various senior lenders. Under the loan arrangements in place, these properties are each subject to separate legal charges in favour of the relevant lenders and, in respect of some of these properties, Law of Property Act receivers have now been appointed. The board is in discussions to establish whether Eatonfield can assist certain of the lenders in realising the value of their security. A further announcement will be made in due course.
For further information please contact:
Eatonfield Group plc Tel: +44 (0)1829 261 910|
|According to wikipedia...
In 2009 a previously unpublished 17th century Dutch illustration of a dodo went for sale at Christie's, and was expected to sell for £6,000. It was sold for £44,450.
Even the extinct can prove profitable.|
|dead as a dodo...|
|Well, the company are still answering the phone so still plodding along paying someones wages....
I spoke to the brokers today. Didn't give much away other than saying the directors are still working hard to come up with a plan. It didn't sound like news was imminent but he advised me not to throw my certificates on the fire just yet.....
|What can we say! Still think there's a twist in the tail but don't quote me please.
Hi Pete by the way.
|The mind boggles!|
|Mail on Sunday - June 26, 2011
page 35 Eve McGowan's Property Gossip Hothouse
"Property entrepreneur Rob Lloyd is trying to reinvent himself as a movie star.
Lloyd, 48 - founder of troubled house-builders Eatonfield - plans to star in a film called Queensberry Rules.
Lloyd may use the £1.1 nillion he is trying to get for his North Wales home to help fund the project"|
|not as grim as mikeiiid
another failure in his portfolio|
|looks rather grim|
|Forming an 'L' shape on the graph.|
|flatlined bad sign|
|i take it that's a no!!!!!!!!!!!|
|is this company still trading?|