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Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:25 22 Dec 2011
by PL2 3DQ
Below is the list of local suppliers who lost more than £100 in the CVA.

Perhaps the Green Army can give something back by using these local suppliers, many are small businesses who lost a lot of money when PAFC went into administration.

Just use Google to track down contact details. Let's do our bit!

South West Water and the Plymouth Council (£326,000 owed) are not included.
Up to you if you want to use Parkhurst Hill. :)


AB TV – Roger Baker Television. Crownhill. £2,250.
Gill Akaster. Lockyer Street. (Solicitors). £929.
Belvoir Lettings. Queens Annes Battery, £1,200.
Bespoke Frames. Estover. £3,131.
Bolton Gate Services. Beacon Park Road. (industrial doors/shutters), £600.
Booker Cash & Carry. Honicknowle. £399.
Brandon Tool Hire. Plympton. £750.
Business Card Express. Ivybridge. £306.
Crownhill Village Butchers. £1,209.
Clear Pest. Torpoint. (Pest control). £780.
Cornish Farm Produce. Saltash. £4,328.
College of St Mark & St John. Derriford. £4,000.

Devonport Carpets. £2,331.
Devonshire Health Club. Derriford. £755.
Diamond Disposables. Breakwater Road. (Catering supplies). £908.
Elfordleigh Club. Plympton. £584.
EDF Energy. Outland Road. £432.
Friary Mill Bakery. Cattedown. £2,316.
Ginsters. Callington. £217.
Glanville Cleansing. Yelverton. £2,495.

Haines Wallace. North Road East. (Insurance broker). £28,704.
Holiday Inn. Armada Way. £2,521.
Jeff Group. North Road East. (Insurance/pensions). £1,797.
Jurys Inn. Central Plymouth. £4,263.
Kenroy Thompson. Cobourg Street. (Office stationery). £402.
Martin Luck. Langage Park. (Office stationery). £2,552.
Moby Nicks. Sutton Harbour. (Fish wholesaler). £412.
Morgan Catering. Derriford. £6,890.
N&C Nicobond. Plympton. (Building supplies). £193.

Ocean BMW. Marsh Mills. £4,216.
Palladium. Burrington Way. (Building supplies). £775.
Pannier Promotions. Mutley. £200.
Paperworks. Outland Road. £1,698.
Parkhurst Hill.. North Road East. £65,725.
Peake (GB). Liskeard. £493.
Peplows Chartered Accountants. Newton Abbot. £12,953.
Plymouth City Coach. Milehouse. £7,020.
Plymouth Chamber of Commerce. Lockyer Street. £8,252.
PAFC Supporters Club. £2,796.
Plymouth Packaging Services. Estover. £1,123.
Plymouth Securities Ltd. Ford. £4,694.
Prime Properties. Derriford. £13,226.
D Rowntree. Milehouse. (PAFC photographer?) £4,385.
Redrok. Beacon Park. (Signage/printing). £230.
Rosaland Hotel. Mutley. £800.

S & O Machine Services. Embankment Road. (Cash till suppliers). £300.
SAS & Trewartha’s Plumbing. Liskeard. £173.
Securi-Guard SW. Estover. £326.
Signs Express. Wolseley Close. £2,930.
St Austell Brewery. £1,731.
Stem Networks. Estover. (Business IT). £12,787.
St Mellion Golf Club. Saltash. £323.
St John Ambulance. Par. £8,192.
Stonehouse Podiatry. Millfields. (Private medical care). £367.
Stonehouse Glass. £117.
Sunday Independent. Liskeard. £343.

Tamar Industrial Services. Saltash. £765.
Tamar Labels. Tavistock. £379.
Tamar Laundry & Cleaning. Torpoint. £6,156.
Target Travel. Langage. £11,462.
Vospers Motors. Marsh Mills. £604.
Western Electrical. Cattedown. £314.
Western Power. Plymouth. £432.
Wolferstans Solicitors. North Hill. £297.
Wright & Owen. St Judes. Electrician. £1,850.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:34 22 Dec 2011
by dunlop
Parkhurst Hill you are having a laugh :furious:

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:39 22 Dec 2011
by oddball
Postey...a lot of those suppliers provided food and drink to the board and indeed Ocean supplied cars...not sure I'd want to support that...perhaps you should be addressing Messrs Wrathall & Co.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:42 22 Dec 2011
by Tugboat
Absolutey amazed when you see figures like that on paper. So many companies effected and some by staggering amounts.

It's crazy when you think Argyle on the brink could have potentially ruin so many others.

A very good idea by posty to make aware of the magnitude of how far out Argyles administration process reaches out, I would never have thought so many secondary companies could have been effected like this.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:52 22 Dec 2011
by BadBoy
Heart bleeds for southwest water it really does, is a terrible shame for the rest.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:54 22 Dec 2011
by Iggy
I have helped St Austell as much as possible, may go out in a minute and help them some more. :greensmile:
Seriously though good work Postey, these are the real victims of the M7.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 18:55 22 Dec 2011
by Greenskin
Mike Gale wrote: Parkhurst Hill you are having a laugh :furious:



:lol:

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 19:05 22 Dec 2011
by Keepitgreen
oddball wrote: Postey...a lot of those suppliers provided food and drink to the board and indeed Ocean supplied cars...not sure I'd want to support that...perhaps you should be addressing Messrs Wrathall & Co.

Al, at the time those suppliers didn't know that they were being cra**ed on by those very same people they were supplying. We all threw money towards the M7 hoping we were going places. I don't think you can hold anything against the suppliers.

Anyway, thanks for coming on Tuesday. Hope you enjoyed catching up with Jeff. Couple of photos coming your way tonight.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 19:13 22 Dec 2011
by Tynan's Dad
Are St. John Ambulance the only charity owed money? A quick scan through the list and they're the only one I can see.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 19:30 22 Dec 2011
by Richard Blight
argyleiggy wrote: I have helped St Austell as much as possible, may go out in a minute and help them some more. :greensmile:
Seriously though good work Postey, these are the real victims of the M7.


Funny that, I was thinking the same thing.

St.Austell may recover their money quite quickly. Starting right now! :stout: :lol:

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 20:31 22 Dec 2011
by Greenrod
I don't think there has been a butcher in Crownhill Village for many a year.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 20:42 22 Dec 2011
by Andy_Lannie
Couldn't the club try and make amends in a small way by 'giving' some free tickets to some of the smaller creditors. A few each game for two or three of them. It won't make up for the loss of income but it might just help with goodwill and to show that the club hasn't forgotten. After all it is these small businesses that have accepted very little in order to keep the club going. A little job for the President maybe.

As for the accountant in Parkekhill, invite him as well just to see if he turns up.

Re: Injured Suppliers List

Posted: 20:51 22 Dec 2011
by khennes_904
Greenskin wrote:
Mike Gale wrote: Parkhurst Hill you are having a laugh :furious:



:lol:



Excuse my ignorance, but what is this, and who owns it . :oops: