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Further information is available on the Moray Business Week social media sites: and Susannah was founder of Highland Fine Cheeses and a lifelong advocate of Tain heritage conservation. On Monday morning, you can join our Business Gateway team on the Small Business Saturday Bus which will be at Elgin Plainstones for a Start-Up Awareness Session. ← Highland Opportunity Annual Report 2014-15, Full steam ahead for new restaurant in restored Tain train station, Highland Opportunity Annual Report 2014-15, Rural Entrepreneurship in Scotland: a new free course,, Suzanne Uprichard (L) winner of Business Woman of the Year (Self employed), with Jess Atkinson from sponsor Exec Space. The documentary, which was created in response to a big budget Hollywood adaptation which hit cinemas last week, was shot on location against the backdrop of Macbeth’s home landscape of Moray. We are therefore delighted to have Business Gateway Highland and Moray on board as the unit complements their existing support for new enterprises in remote and rural areas.”. ● understand the importance of how living rurally influences business or social enterprise objectives Content Websites Photos Distance This location only 2 miles 5 miles 10 miles Refine location HILTON, TAIN BALINTORE, TAIN TOULVADDIE NIGG, TAIN HARTMOUNT HOLDINGS IV20 FEARN INVER, TAIN EDDERTON PORTMAHOMACK IV19 ARDVANNIE ARABELLA … I hope many local businesses will take this opportunity to benefit not only from these sessions, but the whole host of valuable events on offer throughout the week, and to immerse themselves in the inspirational, pro-active and collaborative business environment that the week creates.”, Sara Brockbank and Alex Wright of Flying Mirrors. © 2020 - Highland News and Media Ltd. All rights reserved. Sara explained: “When we first heard about the upcoming Hollywood film we were intrigued, as we had both read Shakespeare’s version at school and were disappointed that the factual story had been lost. In recognition of her effort, she will have a dish named after her on the new menu. Mr Graham Rooney Active Correspondence address 17 Craighill Terrace, Tain, Ross-Shire, Scotland, IV19 1ER . Tuesday will also see our Business Gateway team host a Business Lender Ready event where delegates will get a clear overview from banks and public sector organisations of how lenders assess applications for business finance and what makes your business ‘lender ready’. Here, you will benefit from a bus full (literally!) Rural Entrepreneurship in Scotland is a 30 hour introductory level course. The afternoon teas were delivered by award-winning Tain-based chef Graham Rooney, who has had to close his doors at the Platform 1864 restaurant in Tain due to the lockdown but has developed a takeaway and delivery service. Filter results. Here, he built the restaurant’s reputation from a new-start to an award winning establishment with a reputation as one of the top restaurants in the North of Scotland before taking up a post as General Manager at the Beaufort Hotel in Inverness. Marie Mackintosh, our Chief Executive, said: “This is an important opportunity for us to feature some of the businesses we have worked with over the year and celebrate their successes. We’re delighted to hear that Sara and Alex’s film premiere was a real success and that they are being commissioned to film some great local projects and events. A memorial dedication to Susannah Stone was also unveiled during the afternoon. For more information, please contact Graham Rooney at or 07827 444698. Business Gateway is locally delivered in Highland and Moray by Highland Opportunity – the Enterprise Trust for the Highlands. “The Real Macbeth premiere was a success. There will be a full programme of talks, workshops and other events throughout the week, available at This official opening was led by Graham and featured guest speaker Andy Savage, Executive Director of the Railway Heritage Trust. View map. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I’m delighted that all of our hard work and investment has now paid off and Platform 1864 is now open!”. Funeral Directors near Tain. They also filmed this year’s Moray Speyside Tourism Summit. Graham Rooney (Owner, Platform 1864) & Andy Savage (Executive Director, Railway Heritage Trust) Graham explained: “Being born and bred in Tain, I saw the derelict station buildings and realised that my skills in hospitality and catering could be put to good use. He trained as a chef at a local hotel on leaving Tain Royal Academy, before moving to become Head Chef at Delny House Hotel. Danny Gallagher, Business Gateway Highland and Moray Service Manager, added: “There’s no doubt that there are differences in how businesses operate depending on their location. It provides accessible business finance and advice to help SMEs in Highland and Moray to start-up, to develop, to recruit and to export. Mr Rooney has insight into the difficulties faced by carers as his mother looked after his father, who has dementia, until he went into a care home recently. We are extremely pleased that the Recruitment/HR, Access to Finance and Procurement advice and training developed over the last few years will firmly feature within the new Business Gateway contract from April. I knew it would be a challenge, but I wanted to make it work for the local community. The deadline for entries is this Thursday (29 October). The duo’s The Real Macbeth project, however, was fuelled by a personal urge to convey the true story behind the one-time king of Scotland, rather than Shakespeare’s commonly accepted version. The new restaurant will feature a 5-5-5 menu – sourcing local produce for five starters, five mains and five desserts each week that will be changed regularly to enable a fresh and varied menu for locals and visitors. Simon Purdon, Business Gateway Senior Area Business Manager, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for businesses of all shapes, sizes, target markets, industries and services to enter their business ideas, with a change to win a cash prize. Business Gateway Highland and Moray, which is locally delivered by Highland Opportunity – the Enterprise Trust for the Highlands, will be helping to promote the course to local entrepreneurs and supporting learners to start and develop their own rural enterprises. It provides two flexible funds and locally delivers national business support services including Business Gateway, Enterprise Europe Network and the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme. Bookmark the permalink. For more information, contact Alison Leith – Transport Scotland – 01412 727195. The memorial was unveiled by her son – local Highland Councillor, Jamie Stone. It provides accessible business finance and advice to help SMEs in Highland and Moray to start-up, to develop, to recruit and to export. It provides two flexible funds and locally delivers national business support services including Business Gateway, Enterprise Europe Network and the Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme. The premiere was held at Forres Town Hall last Tuesday and was very well-attended with just under 200 people coming along to get the first viewing of the documentary. He trained as a chef at a local hotel on leaving Tain Royal Academy, before moving to become Head Chef at Delny House Hotel. I will be working with the community and schools to provide training and development opportunities for young people, promoting health, nutrition and wellbeing. Guests also received a preview of the innovative and enticing menu on offer. The launch events offered guests the first look at how Graham and his team of local contractors have restored the derelict station buildings to their… “Obviously, that is not possible this year.”. Graham is a member of the Tain Civic Trust which welcomed his initiative and drive to restore the building. The competition is open to all Lochaber residents (aged 16 or over) who have a business idea, and existing businesses wishing to diversify or introduce an innovative new concept. Co-ordinator Carol Summers said: “It is that little glimmer of light which often keeps people going. Sara Brockbank and Alex Wright decided to set up Flying Mirrors – an innovative, digital media company providing filming and live video streaming – earlier this year. Highland Opportunity will continue to support Graham in this and we’re confident that Platform 1864 will be of immense benefit to the Tain area.”. Graham Rooney received funding from the Highland Opportunity, the Railways Heritage Trust and the Station Community Regeneration Fund for the restoration work and equipment.

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