Glasgow-based sandwich chain Henry Healy’s five former shops are now up for sale after the business went into liquidation in October.

The chain, which has been trading since 1913, had suffered in the face of competition from national chains, coupled with the impact of the recession, said Scott McGregor, joint liquidator at business rescue and restructuring specialist Begbies Traynor. Its 27 staff were all made redundant.

Henry Healy’s former shops are located on Hope Street, Queen Street, Mitchell Street, Howard Street and Stockwell Street and are still fully fitted with a good selection of catering equipment.

Acting on behalf of the liquidators, business agent Christie & Co is inviting offers for the leasehold of the shops, with the closing date set for Friday 27 November at midday.