How we're helping businesses in Scotland
Dundee restaurant dishes up for medical staff
A Dundee restaurant donated more than 1,000 meals to key front-line medical workers and its local foodbank with the help of Bank of Scotland.
Meze Grill, based in Broughty Ferry, dished up 40 lunches to staff at the Scottish Ambulance Centre as a way of saying thank you for their hard work and commitment.
The Mediterranean eatery, which opened ten months ago, is the sister restaurant to Goa and one of four eateries owned by Ibrar Ibrahim in the east of Scotland.
In addition to supplying food to the Scottish Ambulance Centre, Ibrar and his team aimed to donate 1,000 meals to their local foodbank on Albert Street, Dundee.
Highland waste firm continues to support NHS
A Highland recycling firm is continuing to supply essential services to the NHS with the support of Bank of Scotland.
Northern Recycling Solutions, based in Alness, provides a critical service to a range of businesses in the north of Scotland, including NHS sites around the Inverness area.
Launched by Ewan Calder and his sister Katie Mount in 2007, the company operates across the Highlands, Moray and Aberdeenshire and employs 32 members of staff. Providing services from the disposal of confidential waste to skip hire, it has a client list ranging from food manufacturers to those in the transport sector.
Bank of Scotland is supporting Northern Recycling Solutions with a six-figure Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan (CBIL) and a six-month capital repayment holiday on its loans.