85 jobs saved with sale of Newcastle bakery Tindale & Stanton

The Burnopfield firm collapsed a fortnight ago for the second time in a year after its owner, Yorkshire entrepreneur Arthur Harris, put it into administration.
But today administrators The P&A Partnership said that a consortium of four former managers of the firm had taken over.

Harris’s other business – Scarborough-based Bakery Products – also went  into administration this month and was shut with the loss of about 100 jobs.

In a separate deal, his two bakery shops in Harrogate which were owned by Bakery Products Ltd, Scarborough, have been sold to a new company Howards Bakery Ltd saving 16 jobs

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