A factory in Bristol which employs about 40 disabled people could be saved from closure - if the owner can seal a deal with a prospective buyer.
Remploy announced in March that its operation in St Phillips was at risk along with 35 other factories across the country. It's because the Government is withdrawing funding. But the firm said today that Bristol was one of nine sites that bidders are interested in.
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