Wednesday November 25, 2020

Sign of the times

Even now, 15 years on, Kevin Neville still remembers every single detail.

9th July, 2005

Even now, 15 years on, Kevin Neville still remembers every single detail. It was four days to Christmas. His Dutch business partners, Textlite, had just gone into receivership and he was owed a significant amount of money.

Representatives of a Dutch bank arrived at his factory in Ennistymon, Co Clare, not far from the seaside town of Lahinch, and said they were seizing the premises.

Neville explained that he had bought the factory from Textlite two...

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