The owner of an Irish ice-skating company has blamed a freak storm that blew one of the firm's ice rinks into a river for contributing to the firm's collapse.
Fota on Ice, an Offaly-registered company that operated seasonal ice rinks in Cork and Galway, was put into liquidation at a creditors' meeting last week. The company had a deficit of about €818,000.
Director Margaret Edgill from Daingean, Co Offaly, said she was “totally disheartened and...
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