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Three Little Bakers at Cradlehall, Inverness seeking to expand with adjoining cafe


By Neil MacPhail

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Proprietors Pat and Jane Murphy.
Proprietors Pat and Jane Murphy.

A POPULAR bakery in the Cradlehall area of Inverness is seeking planning permission to add on a small café shop.

Consultants Micmac Architectural Services, acting on behalf of Three Little Bakers, has said a review had suggested a café would be a beneficial addition to the array of small business units in Cradlehall Court.

The company also pointed out potential benefits for the nearby care home, which already uses the bakery shop.

It said the addition of a café to the Cradlehall area “will promote and enhance the social, economic and environmental wellbeing of the people living and working in the area”.

The proposed café extension, which would be situated on what is currently a stretch of grass, would be triangular in shape and able to seat around 24 inside and 12 outside.

The bakery already sells take-away food including hot snacks. The Cradlehall outlet is one of three shops the company has in the city.

Highland Council planners will consider the application later.


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