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Sunday, June 20, 2021

Barry’s Amusements ‘re-marketed’ for sale

The Trufelli family who own and operated the popular amusements in Portrush, have today announced their plan to re-market the attraction for sale.

In a statement released by the family, it reads: “Since October 2019, the Trufelli family has sought to sell Barry’s Amusements as a going concern.

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“This has been an intensive process which has been hindered by the Covid pandemic and the resulting economic conditions.

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“As we return to a more favourable economic environment, our intention is to re-market the business for sale.

“Whilst our hope is that we will be able to sell the business as a going concern, we recognise that it may not be possible to find a suitable purchaser.

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“As a result, we have appointed Savills and Philip Tweedie & Company to market the site as both a going concern and a development opportunity.

“Barry’s continues to remain closed in line with Covid restrictions and will not re-open until the sale process has concluded.”

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