Healey protects consumers with 5m pound pledge

December 2000
Cabinet Maker;12/15/2000-12/22/2000, Issue 5218, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the pledge made by United Kitchens owner Jack Healey to compensate customers after the company was placed in administration starting December 8, 2000 following its collapse.


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