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Travel business to open Cheltenham store

Independent travel company Trailfinders has announced plans to open a new travel centre in Cheltenham.

The business has purchased the freehold for the former French Connection shop on the High Street between Three and Pret A Manger, for what will become its 41st site in the UK.

A statement read: "Trailfinders has long serviced a client base in Gloucestershire and has now found the perfect location and freehold opportunity to open its newest travel centre.

"Cheltenham is an iconic town, rich in history and beauty, and a natural progression for the company's expansion. Trailfinders will launch a recruitment drive to attract local talent as well as promote from within the organisation."

Trailfinders said the property would be refurbished internally to mirror that of its other travel centres across the country.

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