Broomhall Castle Wedding Venue Stirling Clearance
A SCOTTISH hotel with roots dating back to 1874 has gone into liquidation.
Broomhall Castle, Menstrie, near Stirling, was converted into a hotel in 1985 and provided reception rooms, a restaurant and 17 en-suite bedrooms.
Although popular as a wedding venue, the business has been badly affected by the impact of the Covid lockdowns, with accumulated debt making the business more viable.
The company went out of business after directors Ken Pattullo and Kenny Craig of Begbies were appointed, with all staff laid off.
It’s no surprise when Mark Beaumont answers the phone astride his bike on a two-mile jaunt between breakfast in St Andrew Square and Trinity in Edinburgh’s northern suburbs.
He dismounts to take the call, cycling the rest of the way back with the noise of traffic in the background.
FORREST Group, the Glasgow-based company owned by entrepreneur Chris Trainer, has agreed to sell the majority of its outdoor advertising sites across the UK.
The sites, which represent the largest private portfolio of outdoor advertising locations in the UK, were acquired by Wildstone Capital for an undisclosed sum.
SCOTTISH ministers have rejected a call to partially demolish a former art deco cinema to create homes.
The proposed works included the demolition of the auditorium and the conservation and partial restoration of the main exterior of the art deco façade elements, and the creation of 20 apartments with associated parking and landscaping.
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