On 8 July 2014, Chief Financial Officer Andrew J. Fairclough purchased 38,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 67.00 pence per share. Mr. Fairclough now has a shareholding of 53,000 ordinary shares in the Company.
On 8 July 2014, Non-Executive Director Henry G. Wilson purchased 40,000 ordinary shares in the Company at a price of 66.83 pence per share. Mr. Wilson now has a shareholding of 40,000 ordinary shares in the Company.
Wet dream. I sold out today after holding here for bloody years. My buy and hold stance has been a complete waste of time here when lots of other shares have been flying up and all I've seen is missed opportunity with my money tied up in here for so long! Bottom line is the Bod should have raised the funds for future operations when it was flying over £4 per share. Instead because of this major oversight they have diluted and taken on debt at much lower levels! The Bentley field is a real winning asset and although the market cap of this co doesn't reflect it yet hopefully in the future it will reflect it. But with these schoolboy errors that have been made along the way I'm not prepared to wait any longer. I hope you all make a profit on this,I'm sure if you hold long enough you will. But my money is going elsewhere. Wasted many years here. It was a good share !! Gla.
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