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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
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Food & Drug Retailers 44.6 -13.5 -13.0 - 2.00

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10/11/2018
18:04
Scotty, The communication from the company, does it mention the Malicious Communications Act? If you have given a truthful account you should have nothing to worry about. You may be granted whistleblower protection, perhaps show the CAB a copy of this correspondence to get a better idea. From what I remember KB talks to everyone so I wouldn't read too much into phone calls.
playful
10/11/2018
17:44
Scott people in the meat trade talk about prices etc on a daily basis don't read too much into it
jimbo122
10/11/2018
16:19
Mick just to let you know i have received a very intimidating email from crawshaws regarding my posts about yourself i have many individuals who worked and still work at crawshaws willing to give statement's lets go to high court as stated and all will come out win or lose they can't take loyalty and honesty away from me
scotty boy
10/11/2018
16:05
Mick Charles you are reading all this negative reaction to yourself don't hide behind crawshaws answer the question's and i am happy to go to high court i will never be intimidated or bullied ex forces
scotty boy
10/11/2018
14:57
Discopants very true comments made regarding holding nc and viggers to ransom regarding buying could you possibly explain why k.b phoned mick Charles once a week if not close
scotty boy
10/11/2018
13:55
Mick Charles and Kevin aren't close. I'm sure they would be decent to each other, but they definitely are not best friends. Once Kevin Boyd left the business had no meat buying experience other than Mick Charles. He effective held Collet to ransom due to his lack of knowledge in meat buying trade.
discopants
09/11/2018
20:13
Agree with everything you've said up to yet Scott. But I don't know what youve heard but Mick Charles is not best friends with Kevin boyd. Never has been never will be.
jimbo122
09/11/2018
19:46
Vicarage 13 mick Charles is best friends with Kevin boyed as i said in previous posts
scotty boy
09/11/2018
19:38
Vicarage 13 mick Charles is best friends with Kevin boyed as i said in previous posts
scotty boy
09/11/2018
19:24
How long has this Charles fella been there ? Was he there when KB was there ?
vicarage13
09/11/2018
19:11
Wow Scott this is pretty explosive stuff It’s all fitting in now with what the ex staff and staff still working are telling me The thing is, did Viggers or NC know this and was they part of it ?? I’m always wary about ex employees stiring it and it’s always done under a disguise but here we have Scott who has come out of secrecey and fair play to him My guess is he has a lot more explosive things to come out with ?
vicarage13
09/11/2018
18:32
Also just like to make the point mick Charles actually hasn't got the skill set or management experience for the made up role he has and salary of 85k he is a butcher
scotty boy
09/11/2018
18:17
Just like to make it known my name is Scott bocconi operation's manager and general manager of crawshaws before i was sacked for confronting mick Charles and not willing to be intimidated by him regarding short dated products and fudging date's the man is very well known in the meat industry and not well liked i would also like to make the point my main problem was the relationship he had with the on call engineer which was actually his close friend and wanted payment for invoices from January to the value of 24k
scotty boy
09/11/2018
17:53
Owenski you are talking very true until the comments regarding customer base the customer base went when buying director was buying very poor product's with very short dates from friends butalar for example and a good golfing friend absolute disgrace what has gone off also the director in question is very good friends with the engineer we called on site also good friends on Facebook also the sandwich venture at Halifax was total meats also good friends with buying director one more thing the buying director in January this year bought over 30k of grade b turkey's which have freeze burn's and part's missing put what a fantastic buyer and director he is doesn't matter 85k he is ok
scotty boy
09/11/2018
16:16
This was a cottage industry business, should never have floated, that would've prevented access to capital for the recent insane expansion drive. The business might have then survived and continued playing to it's local roots strength with a loyal staff and customer base. And, I'm always wary when I see investors referring to executives by their first name, I reckon some emotional blinding takes place, he's not your best mate, he's an employee hired to do a job. A few bad calls and a dropping share price doesn't encourage me to be all cozy and I might be inclined to use a different title than CEO, but it'll still start with a 'C'.
owenski
09/11/2018
14:43
Vicarage 13 they wasn't another buyer complete smoke screen
scotty boy
09/11/2018
14:06
It's quite simple, those steering the ship, i.e. those at the very top, CEO's and the Board should shoulder some of the blame. They were the ones at the helm.Yes in fairness there are other factors at play such as the decline of the high street. JV was handed a poisoned chalice, with desperate cost cutting taking place before his arrival, giving the appearance of a better gig than he was actually getting. However, blindly opening shop after shop in ill thought out locations, signing up to ridiculous rents for 20 years plus, no computerised stock control system in stores meaning inexperienced/untrained managers blindly ordering stock and having to second guess demand without any history to refer to (through no fault of their own). Meaning they were ever under or over stocked thus couldn't meet demand or had lots of waste.Lack of investment in training and development and in maintaining premises and equipment results in no solid foundations - as the saying goes, the foolish man built his house upon the sand. Those at the vey top were paid good money - in fact they were paid very much over the odds for the size and scale of the business. It seems they could certainly 'talk the talk' but obviously not 'walk the walk'. Sadly the result is hundreds of job losses, most of those people who were only on the (so called) living wage and living hand to mouth. Not to mention those loyal staff who had been at CRAW for many years. All of whom have been treated with disdain with the Administrators statement briefly mentioning that 'with regret' there are redundancies. No thanks for long service or hard work. I sincerely hope (and I'm sure they will) that these people go on to find a decent supportive employer and get the salary, training and support they deserve in their new roles. I'm sure they will in time be thinking 'good riddance to bad rubbish'!
maleficent
09/11/2018
12:09
Who is this buyer ?
vicarage13
09/11/2018
10:09
Scotty boy, spot on with what your saying
tripplesenior
08/11/2018
20:36
I don't know anything about this buyer but towards the end of last year they had a well respected person involved in the buying department but he resigned before Christmas.
playful
08/11/2018
20:26
Any one seen derby telegraph people been sick Outside Crawshaws smell is ranside,awful
penciles2
08/11/2018
20:23
Vicarage 13 Very true words I have stated the same as yourself absolute disgrace
scotty boy
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