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Events Sector

Business Recovery for the Events Sector

Are you a business operating in the events sector. Are you struggling financially due to having been forced to close? The team at Campbell Crossley & Davis offer a wide range of insolvency and business recovery to help. We offer a free virtual consultation to discuss your needs and requirements, and to be able to find the best way forward.

If you’d like to find out more, and book your consultation, please get in touch with the team via 01253 349331 or


Attention Businesses in the Hospitality Sector

No matter if you’re a bar, restaurant or supplier to the sector, Campbell Crossley & Davis are here to help. Our business recovery services are designed to allow the best possible chance for you to be able to continue trading. We’re offering a safe and free virtual consultation to discuss how best we can help you.

To book yours please get in touch today on either 01253 349331 or

Business Recovery Solutions

Campbell Crossley & Davis Offering Business Recovery Solutions

The team here at Campbell Crossley & Davis have a wealth of experience in offering the very best in business recovery solutions. We work with all types of businesses who are facing debt and the prospect of insolvency, in order to look for the best possible way in order to try and keep the business trading.

We’re currently working safely from home following guidelines but can offer a free telephone or video call consultation to see how we can help you. If you’d like to find out more and arrange yours please contact us today via 01253 349331 or


Attention All Pubs!

Are you a pub owner who is struggling financially due to lockdown measures? Campbell Crossley & Davis are here to help with our extensive range of Business Recovery & Insolvency solutions! Please contact us today for a free and safe virtual consultation via 01253 349331

Office for National Statistics (ONS) survey data has indicated that over one in four (27.9%) of UK pub and bar operators have fears that their business would fail even before the latest coronavirus lockdown restrictions were announced.

Meanwhile, less than one in five (19.1%) of responding pub and bar businesses had high confidence in surviving the next three months.

Retail Sector Under Pressure

Retail Sector Under Increasing Pressure and Distress

If you’re operating in the retail sector and have been forced to close your premises, help is at hand if you’re struggling to pay your creditors. Campbell Crossley & Davis offer a wide range of Business Recovery & Insolvency Solutions. Please contact us today on 01253 349331 to arrange your free and safe virtual consultation

In the run-up to Christmas, new data from leading insolvency firm, Begbies Traynor, has revealed the full impact of the Covid-19 crisis and tough trading conditions, which shows that 39,232 retailers, including both online and bricks and mortar stores, are now in significant financial distress.

This figure from Q4 2020 (1st October – 9th December) is an increase of 24 percent on the same period in 2019 and is up 11 percent on Q3 this year. The figures also show that over 20,000 high street retailers and over 11,500 online retailers are now in difficulty, a rise of 22 percent and 27 percent respectively since the run-up to Christmas 2019.

Floating Festivals Limited

Ian Williamson & Chris Brindle appointed Joint Administrators of Floating Festivals Limited

On 20 August 2020 Floating Festivals Limited (‘the Company’) was placed into Administration. Richard Ian Williamson and Christopher Brindle of Campbell Crossley & Davis, Seneca House, Amy Johnson Way, Blackpool FY4 2FF were appointed as Joint Administrators.

Unfortunately, the Company was not ABTA bonded. Customers who have paid for cruises by credit or debit card should contact their card provider in the first instance to enquire as to their eligibility for a refund.

You will receive correspondence from the Administrators shortly. However, if you need to contact us you can email or call 01253 349331 between 9am and 5pm. Please be aware that there may be a delay in answering calls.

Ian Williamson (Licence No: 1003) and Christopher Brindle (Licence No: 7074) are licensed as Insolvency Practitioners in the United Kingdom by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. All of our work is conducted in accordance with the Insolvency Code of Ethics.

The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators who act as agents of the Company and without personal liability.