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Fenning Film Service Ltd

Primary Address
3 Kingly Street
Westminster
W
from January 1913 until June 1915

Additional Addresses
199 Piccadilly
Westminster
W
from June 1915

Business Detail
Category: Film Services
Type: Renter
Capital: 15,000 (15,000 shares of 1 each)

Notes
Share information: By 27 Aug 1914, Kent has 5998 shares, Line 4000.Moves to 199 Piccadilly June 1915. Shareholders of interest include PCT, 2 shares April 1917 (NB Head office of PCT is 199 Piccadilly, to which Fenning moved in June 1915) Also Alfred Newbold, Staff Manager Oct 1917. Letter to companies registrar from Company secretary, James Macanley, 10 March 1917. Lists 319 staff, of which 300 have been drafted. "When war broke out I had 32 trained male clerks, 5 of whom were my personal assistants. All replaced by women.

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 6 June 1913.
Start Notes: Reg 6 June 1913
End Notes: Receiver appointed 27 Nov 1917 by PCT.

Related Venues

None

Related People

William Alexander Fenning (Director)
Herbert Harcourt Kent (Director)
George Edward Alfred Line (Director)
Frank Palmer (Director)

Sources/References

Bioscope Annual 1914 (p.449)
Bioscope Annual 1915 (p.425)
BT 31/21510/129421
Kinematograph Year Book 1914 (p.279)
Kinematograph Year Book 1915 (p.430)

We are keen to hear from anyone with additional information or corrections to be made to this data. Please send comments to i.christie@bbk.ac.uk.
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