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Turnover at Belfast pub group hits £23m

8th April, 2018

Beannchor, the Belfast family-owned hospitality group, boosted its turnover to £23 million in the last financial year, according to recently filed accounts.

The company, which is controlled by the Wolsey family, grew its turnover by £4,444,587 from £19,237,993 in 2016 to £23,682,580, for the year ended June 30, 2017.

Its strategic report included in its accounts said the increase in turnover followed the opening of a new hotel in October 2016 and the acquisition of a number of...

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