Almost 400 people have lost their jobs after a Midlands holiday company went into administration.
The Bowen Travel Group has 38 high street stores, and a fleet of 138 coaches.
It had branches in the West Midlands, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire, with its head office in Loughborough. Fifty five members of staff have been kept on to fulfil the company's obligations.
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