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Friday, August 5, 2016

Davies calls for help for Wild Pheasant staff

Llangollen county councillor Stuart Davies (pictured) says everything possible should be done to help the staff affected by the closure of the town's Wild Pheasant Hotel earlier this week.

He said: "I feel for the people involved in the closure of the Wild Pheasant.

"I am calling on the Economic Unit of DCC to get in touch with the administrators to see what we can do to ensure that the hotel is opened again as soon as possible.

"When the Dobsons and Crowther printworks closed we worked with the administrators and the now owners to help them as much as we could to re open the facility."

He added: "The Welsh Government has its part to play as well and I hope that the Minister, who is the local AM, is working as hard as possible to ensure that any possible help by them is instigated as soon as possible.

"Hotel spaces are important to the town, without them we cannot continue to offer a premium tourism product."

1 comment:

  1. Surely Stuart can find the hotel staff jobs in the supermarket formally known as Sainsbury's? After all, he and Ken Skates have been banging on for ages about how it's nearly been let. The reality is that it's beginning to look a bit like a ghost town on the A5 heading west out of the town. Unauctioned building, abandoned supermarket, empty hotel site, unsold development land, half-empty print factory. Might be a better idea if Stuart didn't try to interfere with these things - kiss of death so far to them all.