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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crawshaw LSE:CRAW London Ordinary Share GB00B2PQMW21 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 44.6 -13.5 -13.0 - 2.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/10/2018
16:35
Website now removed. They should really keep the site online to help customers with refunds for all those Christmas hamper deposits. hTTps://www.crawshawbutchers.com/
playful
31/10/2018
16:02
Not to worry, our Mello David made a good few hundred grand out of this
mr hangman
31/10/2018
15:40
I don't think their food to go concept was a go either. Trying to make it into a Greggs with a butchery counter added, made me feel sick just thinking about it, butchery is a separate business, mixing that smell and thinking of handling raw meat is one thing and then handling and serving food to eat is another. Hideous idea. Some of those stores had low hygiene ratings too. Whole group seemed to be badly run at the end, someone deffo took their eye off the ball.
owenski
31/10/2018
13:22
every one was warned many times,i know the butchery trade and its never worked
penciles2
31/10/2018
12:22
Quite so Arthur :-/
optomistic
31/10/2018
12:14
An announcement was made before Peel Hunt's exit, just not the one shareholders were hoping for.
arthur_lame_stocks
31/10/2018
12:11
Email reply from Nick on the 24th, rapid developments from that date: Hi ---- Thanks for the email. We have the appointment of a new Nomad in hand and an announcement will be made before Peel Hunt's exit. Thanks Nick
optomistic
31/10/2018
12:02
“sid share: @ bigdea1 what and 4p by week after.... Plenty of Nomads would take them on but the process to accept them and do DD takes 3-4 weeks, add on 2 weeks to haggle about fees. To me timings still on schedule.” Good guess but not quite right.
bigdeal1
31/10/2018
11:14
I was only in York yesterday chatting away with the manager Graham who’d been with the business 20 years. I do hope something gets salvaged from this and people like Graham and many others keep their jobs! hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-46042331
playful
31/10/2018
09:41
Anyone surprised? posts 6661 6672 6682 6698 6700 Model was flawed had no chance. bad luck chaps tiger
castleford tiger
31/10/2018
09:15
At 80p a couple of years back this was an overvalued business, but it was working and made a profit, they decided to hire an incompetent director who succeeded in taking something working and trashing it, big schemes and even bigger egos from a guy who was sacked for previous conduct issues? The share price collapsed at one point from 80p to 40p, to be honest the death signal was given then, the 2S involvement wasn't some sort of salvation, it benefitted 2S to have an outlet to save costs on waste meat of questionable quality. The time to have left this train wreck of a business was circa 40p. To blindly hold on or to think one was buying a bargain in later times was misguided. Hopefully lessons can be gleaned for unsophisticated investors to read the signs and understand businesses better. An expensive lesson maybe, but equally a good way to learn, pain always is a good teacher. Hope no one was wiped out. Always was a bargepole stock in my view, at best it was a niche cottage industry stock and probably shouldn't have been publically listed anyway. Maybe 2S will be handed a bargain, they still need an outlet to offload surplus stock.
owenski
31/10/2018
09:04
Someone might buy the factory shops but I'd expect the high street shops will be closed fairly quickly. Market conditions in meat retailing are grim currently.
danny baker
31/10/2018
09:00
I agree Dave, I wonder where he's gone? Nothing posted since 27th Sept, he was obnoxious.
waspfactory
31/10/2018
08:46
wrong board
1hopefultrader
31/10/2018
08:41
" with the purpose of seeking buyers for the Group's business and assets on a going concern basis." ...any bets as to who this buyer will be?
optomistic
31/10/2018
08:28
> All the warning signs were there. Indeed. If your warning bells weren't going off when they hired a CEO who had been previously dismissed from ASDA for diddling his expenses then you probably shouldn't be investing in stocks.
phowdo
31/10/2018
08:25
Terrible ending to what could’ve been. Sorry for holders and staff. Hopefully something can be salvaged.
battlebus2
31/10/2018
08:20
What a shambles. Sad for investors but the writing has been on the wall for years.
igbertsponk
31/10/2018
08:11
Not quite the RNS I believed was to be issued.
optomistic
31/10/2018
08:10
On the 12th of October 2018, at 03:08, I posted this: "On the 04th of October 2018, Crawshaw advised the market that its ‘nomad’, Peel Hunt, had served notice to terminate its engagement with the Group. Thus, should the group fail to appoint a replacement ‘nomad’ before the 02nd of November 2018, trading in the group's securities on AIM will be suspended before being delisted from the market. For the record, the 02nd of November 2018 only provides 12 ‘trading days’ from today, so an extremely narrow timeline for investors. For those new to equity investing, ‘nomad’ is short for ‘nominated adviser’, whose job it is to determine whether a company is suitable to trade on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The ‘nomad’, usually an investment bank or stock broker, will, effectively, act as the company’s main regulator. If a ‘nomad’ fails to do the job properly, it could face a warning, a fine, a censure or even removal of its ‘nomad’ status from the register. Nomads are exclusive to AIM as part of the extra regulation surrounding less established companies to make sure corporate governance is up to scratch. Broadly speaking, ‘nomads' quit for a number of different reasons. However, the most common reason is a lack of trust in the company’s management. Hence why professional investors typically make for the exit whenever a ‘nomad’ serves notice to a company as it is usually an indication of inherent ‘management decay’ within the business. So, the question that should be asked by all Crawshaw investors at the moment is a simple one; Why hasn’t the company appointed a replacement ‘nomad’ eight days after announcing it was in “advanced discussions” with a replacement nomad? Why is the ‘replacement nomad’ reluctant to sign on the dotted line? What can they see? Remember, the longer this takes, the worse the outcome." All the warning signs were there.
researchanalyst1
31/10/2018
07:45
Commiserations to holders, but this looked on the cards for some time, the resignation of the NOMAD was a big red flag to me.
arthur_lame_stocks
31/10/2018
07:37
Don't need to be a chartist to see that this was coming, 90p to 2p in a couple of years.
bigbigdave
31/10/2018
07:33
It's a sad day for everyone involved here.
playful
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