Jobs blow as Cumbrian fish factory announces closure
Last updated at 08:11, Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Almost 100 jobs will be lost when a fish factory in west Cumbria closes its doors.
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@Anon - I think you'll find that if Summergrove was "thriving" or was a business which could demonstrate it could make a profit, it would have been an investment opportunity for someone.As it was, it wasn't, so closed.Sorry for you, but glad I won't have to attend any more weddings or christmas parties up there.
It was only as big a "nightmare" as you wanted to make it - and you had the option to leave any time you wished... Think of those for whom this is quite possibly the end.
Easy words, my friend, easy words...
If your so keen on moving away then why not give up your job to make one free for one who has lost their job at cumbrian. These people have given years of their life to develop that business and develop business in cumbria. Once over cumbrian seafoods was a credit to our area. Not only have they let their employees down they have given jobs and custom to their main competitor. I find it totally ignorant to assume that those who have lost their jobs to just up sticks and leave their life and families they have built in the area. These people are hard working decent people who need recognised for their efforts and not being commented on in such a way on a local site. What happened to the local community supporting each other?