Tyndrum business up for award

Real Food Cafe owner Sarah Heward.

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Tyndrum’s Real Food Café has been named as a finalist for the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards 2018.

Now in its 17th year, the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards celebrate the economic value and contribution of apprentices and training providers.

The Real Food Café is one of three finalists to be named in the SME Employer of the Year category, which recognises companies with fewer than 250 employees in the apprenticeship programme.

The café supports its staff in undertaking modern apprenticeships in hospitality, supervision and leadership, and earlier this year congratulated its staff with a visit to Holyrood where they received their qualifications from Bruce Crawford MSP.

A team from the Real Food Café will now travel to Perth Concert Hall to find out their fate along with the other finalists at an awards-ceremony on November 15.