A care home left reeling after bankrupt builders left a £200,000 debt is set to re-open for business.

Hyperion House, which is owned by Diva Care Limited, were left £200,000 out of pocket after Helm Construction in Severn Beach went into receivership last December.

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Following several months of hardships, trials and tribulations, the staff at the Fairford care home are now celebrating the unveiling of the completed new build after all the scaffolding was taken down a few weeks ago.

The new 31-bed extension to the care home in the centre of Fairford will soon be open for business with bookings from potential residents being taken from October 29.

The official opening will be performed by Cotswold MP, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown on Friday, November 22, at 2pm.

Tanya Shukla, owner of Hyperion House said: "I cannot be any luckier to have such a passionate, inspirational and dedicated team.

"They all are an asset – not just to Hyperion House, but also to the lovely community of Fairford."

Team Hyperion would like to welcome new residents interested in the home to get in touch on 01285 712349 for a look round.