Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Grp LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 87.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.3 -5.3 -42.0 - 11.20

Worthington Group Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2018
14:13
Lol SK Yes I always took that photo to be a metaphor - because as we know from the Nuna - 'Greenland' rogues gallery picture Aidan has mousey ginger hair and is quite unlikely to fit into skinny jeans. Doug Ware ... on the other hand strongly resemples the bloke with a beat up donkey on the Golden Mile - obviously rescued from Stephen Moscicki's Mining operation, given a scrub down, revalued as a major balance sheet asset and pressed into service as the kingpin in the Conglomerates Blackpool based Media and Entertainment Division.
ratherlargelobster
17/11/2018
12:10
Lobby, "I mean Aidan was last seen with his guitar slung over his back wandering off into the distance." I think you will find the picture on AE's blog is not AE, but just there to confuse the gullible and feeble minded, like everything else on that blog IMHO.
sweet karolina
17/11/2018
11:58
Any news on AE's TI crusade? He's been quiet for a long while now.
bbmsionlypostafter
17/11/2018
11:04
. Hey Philo, Your posts almost make sense now - when set against your backdrop of 'buskers and the unemployed of Blackpool' - proving context is everything Is Dougie and the crew holed out up there? .... I mean Aidan was last seen with his guitar slung over his back wandering off into the distance. And I can imagine Dougie taking holidaymakers for a for a ride .... selling a 100 yard plod along the beach on a donkey as a rocket ship trip to the moon :)
ratherlargelobster
17/11/2018
10:14
I haven't been to Blackpool for over forty years, prefer Las Vegas. hxxps://www.clearwell-castle.co.uk/
vaneric1
17/11/2018
06:26
Vaneric - we must be talking about different glove millionaires! If you go to Blackpool you'll hear lots of stories of rags to riches, mostly from buskers, unemployed people, etc. It's hard to know what to believe sometimes isn't it! I heard one chap in Blackpool made a million selling sticks of rock! another made his millions flogging donkey rides on the promenade and now he owns a castle in Edinburgh and is said to be worth over £100 million! 😀
philobeddoe
16/11/2018
10:12
Hey Vaneric Pay no attention to Squiddo ..... The Worthington/Whetstone crew and their happy clappy followers are incapable of understanding good honest endeavour and hard work. With them, it's all about schemes, wheezes, con tricks, smoke and mirrors deception and fraudulent news feeds with insider ramping to empty the pockets of gullible rainbow chasers and the average trusting private investor. Sometimes the law deals with them and sometimes it doesn't ... but it looks like the authorities have certainly got this lot and their ill gotten gains in their sights :)
ratherlargelobster
16/11/2018
09:05
ROY MUST BE BUSY WRITING HIS BYE BYE SPEECH
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16/11/2018
08:53
Hurry up and post the details JJW! I have some Christmas presents to buy! 😊
knigel
16/11/2018
06:58
I WILL GIVE YOU MY BANK DETAILS SO YOU CAN TRANSFER IT
just joined whetstone
16/11/2018
06:33
The good thing for you Pool Cleaner is the 70k coming my way won't make much of a dent in your million. I will collect.
johnbri4
16/11/2018
06:14
WERE ARE YOU TODAY SPAIN UK SA TURKEY OR ARE YOU MAKING YOUR MIND UP LATER . THE LUTON BOG CLEANER. HOW MANY BOXES OF GLOVES WOULD FIT IN YOUR MOUTH JANITOR .
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15/11/2018
22:42
Philo, you could be talking about WRN/WHET. The higher the price went, the more people were suckered in.
abadan1
15/11/2018
20:26
Hey Squiddo I bet you wish that your 10,000 Worthington shares were worth as much as the wholesale cost of a box of rubber gloves - or a single Debenhams share :)
ratherlargelobster
15/11/2018
18:51
For a moment Squiddoe I thought that was another of your predictions about WRN's share price.
arthur_lame_stocks
15/11/2018
18:43
Who on earth would be mad enough to spend £5000 on a pair on gloves - in poor Blackpool ! I wouldn't even if I had £20 million in the bank
knigel
15/11/2018
17:37
Vaneric - yes i think i know the chap you refer to! Didn't he buy his gloves by the case load @ £10 for a box of 1000? and then sold them for £5000 a pair? - and apparently they went like hotcakes! So he put the price up to £10,000 a pair! - and this time the queues went out of the market and down the street! What's incredible is they were just ordinary rubber gloves! The guy really was an incredible salesman wasn't he! I believe he's now on the Forbes list and is widely considered the most successful glove salesman in the whole of Lancashire! 😀
philobeddoe
15/11/2018
16:03
One of my customers ran a stall selling gloves at Blackpool market and with the proceeds bought a £million castle CW, don't knock it.
vaneric1
15/11/2018
15:27
Get your rubber gloves here, fooooour for a paaaund.
copperwindow93
15/11/2018
15:26
Hi Copper - still making your children proud I see...what a inspirational figure you are.
wise old elf
15/11/2018
15:25
The market stall was how I started out Copper, I finished with two shops, seven prime location stalls, a wholesalers and a small manufacturing business.
roydyor
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