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Help is needed to save The Alleycat in Inverness from closure

By Imogen James

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The Alleycat, Market Close, Inverness. Picture: Callum Mackay
The Alleycat, Market Close, Inverness. Picture: Callum Mackay

The owner of Inverness' first fully vegan restaurant has put out an appeal to help save the business as two of the three partners are leaving and the remaining partner cannot run the business alone.

The aim from the current owner is to turn the business into a charity, to give communities a safe space to celebrate, create and connect.

They also aim to make it into Inverness' first LGBTQ+ space, as well as a place for artists and people to come together.

The remaining partner, Alina Ben Larbi, said: "I can't do this by myself. I have a head full of ideas but am still studying and won't be able to throw myself into a 60-hour working week.

"I need you to help me save and transform the Alleycat!

I am looking for creative and reliable people with a passion for making the world a better place."

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