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Leisure group ties up £10m investment for growth plan

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A Yorkshire-based leisure group has received a £10m cash injection to help it achieve its ambitious growth plans. Thai Leisure Group received the investment from Santander and will use it to support not only the expansion of its fine dining restaurants but also extensive roll-out plans for its recently launched street-food brand Thaikhun. TLG co-owner Martin Stead said: 'I feel we are well positioned in a market which is very buoyant.' Steve Harrison, growth capital director, Santander Corporate & Commercial, said TLG was one of the fastest growing businesses in the sector. He added that it was the third round of funding by Santander's Growth Capital Fund to TLG in the space of four years.

 

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