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Former Tootsies finance director joins board of Clapham House Group

29 September 2006

Tim Woodcock has joined the board of Clapham House Group as a non-executive director.

He was most recently finance director at Urban Dining the owner of the Tootsies restaurant chain, which Clapham took over in April in a £25m deal.

Woodcock is also a director of Capital Management and Investment, an Alternative Investment Market-listed investment company.

Clapham House owns the Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Bombay Bicycle Club and the Real Greek chains, as well as Tootsies.

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By Chris Druce

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