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Meditravelist UK Office Daily Reviews: LateRooms and Superbreak Goes into Administration

A very good day to you all out there from us here at Meditravelist in Istanbul Turkey 🇹🇷, the warmth is still with us even though the sun might not be necessary out.

August has just come upon us and for all the Leos out there. Leo force is in full effect, infusing our spirits with energy, joy and creativity.

For those who follow the horoscope, those who are born in August are according to the horoscope falling under Leo, the lion. For those looking to check out their horoscope it’s out now ready to be checked out in detail.

Now onto news about the Whaley Bridge, Whaley Bridge is a small town and a civil parish in the High Peak District of Derbyshire, England. Thousands of people are being evacuated from the town because part of a reservoir wall has collapsed in the floods.

Engineers are pumping water from the 300 million-gallon Toddbrook Reservoir amid fears it could burst and swamp Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire. The authorities have told the town’s almost seven thousand residents to gather at a school, taking pets and medication with them. A severe flood warning, has been issued for River Goyt below the reservoir, this warning signifies a threat to life.

“The spillway for the dam has broken away, we are trying to lower the level of the water in the dam, in order to reduce the risk of further erosion. There’s a risk the dam could break”, these words were spoken by Julie Sharman, chief operating officer of the river canal Trust.

Julie Sharman could not say how long the evacuation in Whaley Bridge could last but she suspects they could be working on it for days. Ten pumps from fire services across the country are currently pumping seven thousand litres of water a minute in a bid to bring down the water level. Assistant Chief Constable, Kem Mehmet said, police had plans for every scenario including the dam, which holds about 1.3 million tonnes of water, collapsing.

Holiday firms LateRooms and Superbreak both collapse leaving summer travel plans in chaos. The collapse of LateRooms and Superbreak have put a lot of people’s holiday plans in doubt, they are based in York and are both owned by the Malvern Group, folded this past Thursday. Between the two, LateRooms and Superbreak, they had 53 000 customers.

The Malvern Group made a statement: “We regret to advise you that Malvern Group incorporating Superbreak Mini Holidays Limited and LateRooms Limited, has filed a notice of intention to Appoint an Administrator on the 1st of August 2019 and have ceased trading with immediate effect. It is the Company’s intention to appoint an administrator to deal with the affairs of the business tomorrow”

Both LateRooms and Superbreak were still trying to to drum up business in the hours before the announcement.

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