Thursfields advises Capulet Care Group on Successful Refinance and Acquisition

Thursfields has advised Capulet Care group on the refinance of its existing bank facilities by Virgin Money and its acquisition of Gloucestershire based care provider Curtis Homes.

Capulet Care group is a leading specialist care provider for adults over 45 who are living with dementia and a range of other complex mental health, social and behavioural care needs. The group is owned by CEO Juliet Briggs and, in addition to Curtis Homes, owns two established homes based in South Staffordshire – Perton Manor and Woodford House.

Curtis Homes owns Hampton House, a specialist elderly care home based in Cheltenham. Formerly run and owned by Roz and Tony Elliot since 1999, Hampton House is recognised as a leading provider of elderly care in Gloucestershire.

The Thursfields team was led by Gareth Burge with support from Amy Osbourn, Reece De-Vaney and Michael Kokkinoftas (corporate), Robert Pettigrew and Stewart Coles (commercial real estate), Hannah Clark (commercial/IP/IT) and Lisa Moore (employment).

Gareth Burge commented, “Having worked with Juliet for a number of years now, we are delighted to have supported her, and the Capulet Care group, on this latest transaction. Capulet is a leading provider of specialist care in the Midlands region and it is a real pleasure to see such a successful local business expand into new geographies. We look forward to supporting the future growth of the group.”

Financial and tax advice to Capulet Care group was provided by Adrian Borg at TGFP. The sellers of Curtis Homes were advised by Hazlewoods (financial/tax) and RWK Goodman (legal). Virgin Money was advised by DWF (legal).

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