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Harry Gow to create new jobs in Elgin with new Asda outlet

By Ewan Malcolm

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A POPULAR Scottish bakery chain is set to create new jobs in Elgin.

12 new jobs will be created with the opening of the new location.
12 new jobs will be created with the opening of the new location.

Harry Gow, which has locations across the Highlands and Moray, will create 12 new jobs with the opening of a new outlet within Asda Elgin this summer.

The new shop will be the second to open in Elgin. A variety of roles are on offer, including in retail and management as well as full-time, part-time and weekend counter assistant positions.

Director Jane McIntosh said: "We’re excited to be moving closer to opening our new shop in Elgin, and we’re on the lookout for baking fans who would thrive in a busy, inclusive working environment."

She added: "Harry Gow truly is a family business. Every member of our team is a part of our extended family, and we’re looking forward to welcoming more into the fold in the coming weeks."

Earlier this month, Harry Gow was crowned Scottish customers’ favourite retail craft bakery at the Scottish Baker of the Year Awards, where it also scooped the prize for the best individual cake in the country.

The new location in Elgin is set to open in the coming weeks.

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