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Irish travel company Jo Walsh Tours is reopening its doors after going out of business earlier this year

One of Ireland’s most popular travel companies, Joe Walsh Tours, which stopped trading in April this year during the Covid-19 pandemic, is set to reopen.

Joe Walsh Tours first opened its doors in 1961. The company specialized in tours to pilgrimage destinations, among other products.

After trading ceased in April 2021, KPMG was appointed as the company’s liquidators.

In a statement at the time, Joe Walsh Tours said it had been hit hard by the pandemic and had done “everything possible” to continue trading.

After the sale, David Walsh, who had been involved in the company’s operations prior to its closure, announced that it had reached an agreement with liquidators to acquire the business and certain assets, including the Joe Walsh Tours brand.

Other brands purchased as part of the agreement include Pilgrimages Abroad and Concorde Travel.

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“We are pleased to announce the reopening of Jo Walsh Tours. A spokesperson for congregations and leaders of congregations, congregations and special interest groups across Ireland has repeatedly said they need the assistance of a licensed and licensed specialist group travel company, when coordinating the travel of foreign groups and we stand ready to facilitate these groups .

The Aviation Regulatory Commission is still in the process of refunding all former customers of Joe Walsh Pilgrimtours Ltd who were due to leave the Republic of Ireland.

All of the company’s UK clients have been refunded through the full payment protection policy offered by Travel & General Insurance Services Ltd.

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