Care provider announces refinancing and acquisition

Capulet Care Group has issued two key announcements, including the refinancing of its banking facilities and an acquisition.

The firm has refinanced its existing bank facilities through Virgin Money and has completed the acquisition of Curtis Homes, a care provider located in Gloucestershire.

As a specialist in caring for adults over 45 facing dementia and other complex mental health, social, and behavioural challenges, Capulet Care Group is under the leadership of CEO Juliet Briggs.

The group operates two homes in South Staffordshire, called Perton Manor and Woodford House and has now added Cutis Homes to its portfolio.

Curtis Homes manages Hampton House, a specialised elderly care facility situated in Cheltenham.

Before its acquisition, Hampton House was under the ownership and operation of Roz and Tony Elliot since 1999.

Thursfields provided advisory services to Capulet Care Group throughout.

This was under the guidance of Gareth Burge, along with the support of 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).

Burge said: “Having worked with Juliet for several 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).