The UK's biggest builders merchant is cutting 600 jobs and closing more than 30 branches, it was announced this morning (October 19).It is not yet known which branches will close or whether any are.. Essex Chronicle Also reported by •Brentwood Gazette
THE fate of the Scunthorpe branch of builders' merchant Travis Perkins has been confirmed this afternoon. This morning, it was announced that the Wickes chain owner will close more than 30 branches in.. Scunthorpe Telegraph
Travis Perkins has this afternoon confirmed that the Grimsby branch will be affected by cuts to jobs and branch closures announced this morning.It announced 600 job losses and the closure of 30.. Grimsby Telegraph
Builders' merchant Travis Perkins has revealed it is to close more than thirty branches, putting 600 jobs at risk. The company, which is also owner of the Wickes chain, is also closing ten smaller.. South Wales Evening Post Also reported by •Carmarthen Journal •Llanelli Star •North Devon Journal
Timber merchant Travis Perkins has announced that 30 branches are to close putting 600 jobs at risk. The company has branches in Penzance, St Ives, Helston, Penryn, Truro, Newquay, Par, St Blazey,.. Cornish Guardian Also reported by •The Cornishman •West Briton •Express and Star
More than 600 jobs could be at risk after builders' merchant Travis Perkins, which has an outlet on Bath's Lower Bristol Road, revealed plans to close more than 30 branches.The firm, which also has.. Bath Chronicle
A WARD at Scunthorpe General Hospital remains closed today (Wednesday, October 19) following an outbreak of diarrhoea and vomiting. Ward 24 has been fully closed to new admissions and transfers... Scunthorpe Telegraph
Builders' merchant Travis Perkins, which has nine outlets in and around Bristol, has revealed plans to close more than 30 branches in a move impacting 600 jobs across the group.Travis Perkins said the.. Bristol Post
Staff at branches of Travis Perkins and its numerous brands across Gloucestershire await with baited breath this morning to learn whether their jobs will be axed as part of a nationwide cut.More to.. Gloucester Citizen Also reported by •Gloucestershire Echo •Stroud Life
Of course it was too good to be true.
Yesterday, the FTSE 100 rose and the pound was up by more than one per cent against the dollar and the euro.
But those who said such a mighty jump to the.. City A.M.