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COMMUNITY

Over the years we have been delighted to support Highland Hospice in their fundraising efforts for the much-needed extension to their fantastic facilities at Ness Walk. More recently we have been inspired working with Marie Curie and their energetic team in the Highlands fundraising for the brilliant nurses out and about in our Highland Community. A real highlight in our calendar in 2019 was working with the chef team at the Three Chimneys (starter), Morangie House (dessert) and the Lunchbox boys (canapés) and our Good Highland Food Team provided the main course and waiting team at the Highland Fling – a brilliant event organised by Marie Curie which we hope to do again soon!

 

During the Covid pandemic we have enjoyed working with the great community team in Ballifeary and supporting our own community here in Strathdearn and a cause dear to our own hearts is Mikeysline mental health charity.  We are very much looking forward to continuing to support community activities as we all find a way forward from this pandemic.

 

Our ethos at Good Highland Food is to support local wherever we can and over the years we are delighted to continue to work with a wide range of local producers and are still adding more!

 

We are also proud to work with a great team of local staff who we consider part of our Good Highland Food Family and who are equally as passionate as we are with regards our community activities.

 

Moving forward we are committed to contributing a minimum of £5,000 per annum to support community activities and are open to consider how best we can invest these funds.

 

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Mike and Yvonne Crook
Good Highland Food