Rural Economy Secretary backs small business project. Haddington 15 September 2016Add to Lightbox Download
Pictured: Michelle Ovens, Small Business Saturday; Gemma Slight, East Lothian Council, Fiona Edgar, Economic Development officer East Lothian Council and member of East Lothian Food and Drinks Bid; John Ferguson, Regeneration Division Scottish Government and Louise Elder, chair of East Lothian Food and Drinks Bid and owner of Stevenson Mains Farm.
Due to traffic problems, Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing MSP could not visit rapeseed oil producer Black and Gold at Stevenson Mains Farm, Haddington, in support the launch of Small Business Saturday 2016, which aims to encourage people to support small firms in the local community.
Ger Harley | EEm 15 September 2016
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Michelle Ovens Small Business Saturday Gemma Slight East Lothian Council Fiona Edgar Economic Development officer East Lothian Council member East Lothian Food and Drinks Bid John Ferguson Regeneration Division Scottish Government Louise Elder chair owner Rural Economy Secretary rapeseed oil producer Black and Gold Stevenson Mains Farm Haddington Small Business Saturday 2016 Ger Harley Edinburghelitemedia.co.uk 15 September 2016
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- Small Business Saturday | Haddington | 15 September 2016