Uncertain future for Tattershall’s Haldanes supermarket

THE future of Tattershall’s Haldanes supermarket is uncertain after its owners made the decision to seek an administration order last week.

The Grantham-based supermarket chain, which has stores across the UK, closed 22 of its 26 stores on Tuesday (June 14).

But what will happen to the four remaining stores, including the Tattershall branch in the Market Place, has yet to be confirmed.

Haldanes CEO, Arthur Harris, said: “We will work closely with the administrator and do out utmost to secure the future of a group of stores in the Haldanes estate.”

The other three stores still open are in Wigton. Crieff and Tranent.

Mr Harris continued: “The directors and I are devastated at having to take this step and our thoughts are with out employees in Tattershall who find themselves facing an uncertain future.”