Creditors’ Liquidation of Mawr Development Trust

Stones and Company,
Insolvency Practitioners,
63 Walter Road,
Swansea

Can you please advise me of the amount of money owed to the creditors by the company when it was dissolved, and who were the creditors? Its liquidation was a creditors’ liquidation, meaning that the company could not pay its debts. How were these debts incurred and for what reason? Its assets included Cwmgors Welsh medium School, a cafe near the Lliw Reservoir, and Gerazim Baptist Chapel. The sale of the chapel caused very great offence, and fortunately it has been bought by someone who will look after it. It was sold in a remote pub. The Baptists do not approve of drinking. This company was a complete failure, and had no relevance to Welsh speaking Mawr. Its place of registration was Felindre Welfare Hall, which suggests that it was linked to Mawr Community Council. The County Councillor for Mawr was forced to resign from the Community Council and the Planning Committee of the County Council. He was heavily criticized by his electorate in a meeting held at Elim Baptist Chapel, and in my opinion should resign as County Councillor. If not, he should certainly be voted out at the next election and a much younger Welsh speaker elected.

Myron Evans

(Dr. M. W. Evans, Gent., Civil List Pensioner, D. Sc. (Wales), 50 Rhyddwen Road, Craig Cefn Parc)
Armiger,
Co president AIAS www.aias.us


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