The deadline may have passed in theory, but anyone looking for assets or a going concern wallet manufacturing business in Manchester could still contact Charles Tayor auctioneers as the auction for individual machines is at the end of November - presumably they're kept together till then. The factory ran until 16th October and a voluntary liquidation has cleared its debts.
Google JJ Blackledge, buyleather.org, recycledleather.org and organicleather.org to get urls and then type them into webarchive.org to get pictures of what the factory can make, which is a nice range of wallets and such for the corporate gifts market, including pantone-matched colours, photographic printing and some nice simple designs. Trade names, catalogue artwork, customer lists and such are all easily find-able.
Obviously, corporate gifts are a very cyclical trade and this firm happened to be in a lot of debt at a time when one of their biggest customers closed; as an ex-customer I don't think the closure was to do with bad quality goods.
I don't have a list of what individual machines they had, or the monthly rent for anyone who continues trading, but Appleton and Poppleby accountants and Charles Taylor Auctioneers might be prepared to help buyers.