I very much hope Windsor do not go into administration.
This is what wikipedia says on the topic
"A company in administration is operated by the Administrator (as interim Chief Executive) on behalf of the creditors as a going concern while options are sought short of liquidation. These options include recapitalising the business, selling the business to new owners, or demerging it into elements that can be sold and closing the remainder."
Your assets are very limited, and it's difficult to see how you can, at the current level, with the current wagebill, be a going concern. Unless those you owe money to are willing to waive the debts (directors debts maybe, HMRC unlikely), I think you are deep in the mire.
I'm not stirring it here as I want you around so we (Slough) can enjoy beating you I just think that your position is one that is more serious than many seem to realise.