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Award-winning Inverness bakery chain to open in Aviemore this summer

By Gavin Musgrove

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David Gow has announced Harry Gow’s arrival in Aviemore this summer.
David Gow has announced Harry Gow’s arrival in Aviemore this summer.

Award-winning bakery chain, Harry Gow, is set to open its doors in Aviemore this summer.

The baker – the only two-time winner of the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards – is set to open its first shop in the village, creating between eight and 10 new jobs.

Director David Gow said: “We are incredibly excited to be opening a Harry Gow bakery shop in Aviemore after fans demanded we make the move south.

"As the first of our shops to be opened in the area, we’re looking forward to meeting new faces and getting to know more about the community.

“As with any new shop, we’ll be searching for a charismatic team to head up operations and deliver the award-winning standard of customer service that Harry Gow is known for.

“From full-time management roles through to part-time weekend and holiday jobs for students, we’re thrilled to be embarking on this new project with a whole new team to work with us.”

Mr Gow added: “With this new shop, local fans of our delicious bakes will get to enjoy more of their favourite treats, including our famous dream rings, marzipan apples, pineapple tarts and a whole host of breads, pies and savoury goods.”

The new shop will be the Inverness-headquartered baker’s 18th retail outlet situated across Inverness, the Highlands and Moray.

Harry Gow was crowned the first Scottish Baker of the Year in 2012, and to date is the only bakery to have scooped the top award twice – winning again in 2019.

Their products are also found in 34 Co-op stores across the north of Scotland, in two branches of Morrisons and one Asda location.

A full list of roles available in Aviemore is at www.harrygow.co.uk/jobs.

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