SUE Morgan, of Mollington Grange Golf Club, said the business has experienced difficult trading conditions over the past 18 months.
She explained: “Until recently, Lloyds Bank continued to be supportive of our plans and we had every reason to believe that we were heading for a calmer, more profitable, future.
“It was therefore to our great surprise and disappointment that the bank withdrew its support earlier this month and began insolvency action against the property, although it should be stressed that Mollington Grange continues to trade as normal.
“During this uncertain period, the interests of our members and patrons have always been our key focus, demonstrated by our decision to create a separate fund for members’ subscriptions, which we are now in the process of reimbursing to all affected.
“We have also made every effort to source alternative accommodation for any functions booked with us.
“We have never and would never accept payments for a service we felt unable to deliver, while the employee in question has continued to live at the club rent free for some time and has since been paid for the previous month.
“We remain hopeful that this latest setback will prove temporary and that Mollington Grange Golf Club will continue to provide its customers with the high level of service and quality that has become synonymous with the club for many years.”