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One of the North's most famous pie makers has gone into administration.

John Pimblett & Sons bakery in St Helens has closed with the loss of 60 jobs after its parent company collapsed.

Pimblett’s, famous for its pies, went into administration after it was hit by a combination of falling consumer spending and rising food prices.

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