Notices to Creditors

0.23036151.888468CM24 8UJ2012-06-262012-07-312012-06-252012-06-29The District of UttlesfordThe City of Norwich1.30180352.629916NR1 1NETSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,


(Company Number 01733120 )

Previous Name of Company: Ironvogue Limited

Registered office: 90 Faiths Lane, Norwich, NR1 1NE

Principal trading address: Ryders, Burton End, Stansted, Essex, CM24 8UJ

The above Company was placed into Members’ Voluntary Liquidation on 25 June 2012 when Chris Williams (IP No: 008772) of McTear Williams & Wood, 90 St Faiths Lane, Norwich, NR1 1NE was appointed Liquidator. The Company is able to pay all its known creditors in full.

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Rule 4.182A of the Insolvency Rules 1986, that the Liquidator of the Company intends making a final distribution to creditors. Creditors of the Company are required to prove their debts before 31 July 2012, by sending to Chris Williams of McTear Williams & Wood, 90 St Faiths Lane, Norwich, NR1 1NE written statements of the amount they claim to be due to them from the Company. They must also, if so requested, provide such further details or produce such documentary or other evidence as may appear to the Liquidator to be necessary. A creditor who has not proved his debt before 31 July 2012 or who increases the claim in his proof after that date, will not be entitled to disturb the intended final distribution. The Liquidator may make the intended distribution without regard to the claim of any person in respect of a debt not proved or claim increased by that date.

The Liquidator intends that, after paying or providing for a final distribution in respect of the claims of all creditors who have proved their debts, the funds remaining in the hands of the Liquidator shall be distributed to shareholders absolutely.

Enquiries should be sent to McTear Williams & Wood, 90 St Faiths Lane, Norwich, NR1 1NE (tel: 01603 877540 fax: 01603 877549, email:

Chris Williams, Liquidator

26 June 2012