Balram Chainrai invests in Wheel of Liverpool

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FORMER Pompey owner Balram Chainrai has come to the rescue of the Wheel of Liverpool.

It has been reported that the Mersyside attraction is due to re-open tomorrow to the public after investment from the Hong Kong businessman.

The wheel stopped turning earlier this month after its former owners, Great City Attractions Global Ltd, went into administration.

The wheel will now be run by a new UK operations company Wheel Operations Limited.

A spokesman for the operator said: ‘Mr Chainrai is pleased that he has been able to help secure the future of what has now become a landmark tourist attraction.

‘The wheel is currently undergoing maintenance and safety checks with plans to open to the public on Saturday.’