Donegal nightclub seeks protection from €8.2m debts

A Co Donegal nightclub has sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors after amassing debts of more than €8.2 million.

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Ian Kehoe

6th September, 2008

A Co Donegal nightclub has sought bankruptcy protection from its creditors after amassing debts of more than €8.2 million.

Golden Grill, a Letterkenny venue that holds more than 2,000 people, petitioned the High Court to be put into examinership after running into cashflow difficulties.

The business owes Bank of Scotland (Ireland) €4.9 mill ion, while AIB is owned €730,000, according to documents lodged with the High Court last week.

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