Pictured: Harry Gow managing director David Gow, with team member Sarah Ross.
Renowned Highland bakery Harry Gow has reassured customers that its popular cakes, bread and savoury bakes will continue to be available throughout January in the face of tighter lockdown restrictions.
The bakery will continue to serve a full range of takeaway baked goods and lunchtime treats – including filled salad rolls and freshly made soup of the day – to Highland communities, while ensuring public safety is of the utmost importance.
David Gow, managing director at Harry Gow, said:
“As a family bakery, we know first-hand the extra pressures that are felt when work and school lives are turned upside down.
“This new lockdown is going to be a challenging time for many residents in our Highland communities, so we’re pleased to be able to continue to provide for our customers while ensuring we have the measures in place to keep everyone safe.”
Harry Gow stores will continue to operate with two metre social distancing measures in place, screens to minimise contact, and all staff and customers will continue to be required to wear masks.
Policies in place will be reviewed regularly to implement any new guidance that is given from the government and industry bodies.
Those newly working from home, or looking for tasty incentives to encourage pupils home-schooling, will be able to take advantage of a number of breakfast and lunchtime meal deals, offering discounts on drinks and soups when savoury bakes and filled rolls are purchased.
Harry Gow is a popular bakery with 18 stores spread across Inverness and the Highlands.
Famous for its Dream Rings and marzipan apples, the team prides itself on baking everything from scratch.
Harry Gow products can also be found in a number of Co-Op stores across the region.