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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Young chefs get creative

Three apprentice chefs at a West Lothian restaurant had the chance to flex their creative muscles recently when they each had the chance to take over the venue’s takeaway menu.

Gordon & MacPhail digs deep for charity

Gordon & MacPhail, the family-owned whisky firm, is making a difference in its community after raising thousands of pounds for a local charity.

City gastropub will aim for the top

The team behind a new Glasgow venue hopes to establish it as one of the world’s top gastropubs.
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Tech firm claims nearly two thirds of consumers are open to vaccine passports

Almost two thirds of consumers would be comfortable with hospitality venues requiring them to show a vaccine ‘passport’, according to new research.
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Island businesses demand clarity over travel

Hospitality businesses across the Scottish islands have demanded clarity from the Scottish Government on when they can reopen to visitors from the mainland.

Late-night sector issues ‘desperate plea’

Members of Scotland’s late-night industry have issued a “desperate plea” for support and a clear path to reopening in an open letter to the Scottish Government.
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Hospitality should be at the heart of economic recovery

Ahead of next month’s Scottish Parliament elections UK Hospitality has published a manifesto setting out a number of priorities for the incoming Scottish Government.

Scottish brand Cushiedoos to launch tree-planting initiative

The firm behind Scottish tonic brand Cushiedoos is set to launch a ‘buy one get two tree’ initiative in a bid to play its part in tackling the global carbon crisis

Keeping it clean with Big Peat

Douglas Laing & Co, the independent bottler and distiller, is honouring the country’s health workers with a special charity edition of its Big Peat whisky brand.
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Crerar Hotels sees bookings spike

Crerar Hotels has reported a sharp spike in bookings since the indicative reopening date of 26th April was announced by first minister Nicola Sturgeon.