Stornoway, Tarbert and Castlebay outlets sign up to the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme

A number of restaurants, pubs and cafes in the Western Isles have signed up to the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme which launches across Scotland today (Monday, August 3rd).

Five outlets in Stornoway, one in Tarbert, Harris and two in Castlebay, Barra are amongst those businesses (of less than 26 outlets) which have signed up so far.

Scottish Secretary Alister Jack said: “Eat Out to Help Out is a fantastic scheme which will help Scotland’s hospitality businesses get back on their feet.

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“I am very pleased that 3,766 Scottish restaurants, bars and cafes have signed up.

“This is a great opportunity for people in Scotland to get together with friends and family in a safe environment and get up to 50% off their bill.

“The UK Government is doing all it can to drive our economic recovery, and we want to see all sectors of our economy open again where it is safe to do so.”

The Stornoway businesses who are part of the scheme so far are:

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The Royal Hotel, 81 Cromwell Street; The County Hotel, 12-14, Francis Street,; The Caladh Inn, 11 James Street; Long Island Catering Ltd, 3 Cromwell Street and The Crown Inn Hotel, Castle Street.

In Tarbert, Harris Hotel Hebrides at Pier Road has signed up and Castlebay businesses currently on board include:

Macroon’s Tea Room, The Post Office, Pier Road and Hebridean Toffee, Castlebay.

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