Limerston Capital Portfolio Company Trinity Homecare Announces Acquisition of Premier Homecare


Trinity Homecare Holdings Limited, a portfolio business of Limerston Capital Partners I, L.P., has successfully acquired Premier Homecare, further growing the Group, and Limerston Capital LLP is glad to announce this.

Trinity Homecare has successfully acquired Bristol-based Premier Homecare, which provides high-quality domiciliary and live-in care services to clients in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, and surrounding areas, with the help of financial backer Limerston Capital. The company puts forth a lot of effort to help many people continue to live freely in the comfort of their own homes, and with Trinity Homecare, it will strengthen its worldwide provision of first-rate home care services.

Leading UK private pay home care provider Trinity Homecare offers hourly domiciliary care as well as long-term live-in care. Following the recent additions of Berkley Home Health and Everycare, Premier Homecare is Trinity Homecare’s sixth purchase. Limerston Capital closely collaborates with the Trinity Homecare team to assist acquisitions and operational improvements, particularly the Group’s systems.

“I am delighted to announce the acquisition of Premier Homecare, which marks another milestone in our growth plan to become the leading private care provider in the UK. With Premier Homecare, Trinity has a leading presence in the Southwest, strengthening our position in the UK private pay homecare market. We look forward to working with the Premier team and continuing to provide best in class care services, with the support of Limerston Capital.”

John Cahill, CEO of Trinity Homecare Group


“Trinity Homecare’s acquisition of Premier Homecare is the 6th bolt-on supported by Limerston Capital, further building the Group’s leading private pay homecare business in the UK. We are committed to providing the best service in the industry and retaining the highest care quality ratings, so we continue to invest significantly in people and processes, supporting them with market leading technology and systems.”

Martim Avillez, Founding Partner of Limerston Capital

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