Chippy named finalist in business awards

THE BAY FISH AND CHIPS IN STONEHAVEN, ABERDEENSHIRE, WHICH HAS WON BEST FISH AND CHIP SHOP IN SCOTLAND IN THE NATIONAL FISH AND CHIP AWARDS.'PICTURE SHOWS OWNER CALUM RICHARDSON'PIC KAREN MURRAY
THE BAY FISH AND CHIPS IN STONEHAVEN, ABERDEENSHIRE, WHICH HAS WON BEST FISH AND CHIP SHOP IN SCOTLAND IN THE NATIONAL FISH AND CHIP AWARDS.'PICTURE SHOWS OWNER CALUM RICHARDSON'PIC KAREN MURRAY

Award winning fish and chip shop, The Bay Fish and Chips has been named a finalist in this years Grampian Awards For Business Excellence 2013.

The Bay, which is a finalist in the Business Success over three years category, was named the UK’s No1 chippy earlier this year, and has received many accolades for its drive and passion for the environment and sustainability.

Enterprise North East Trust (Enterprise) received a record number of entries from top talent in the North-east for this year’s competition, and the judges have been impressed by this year’s high standard of applications.

Gary McEwan, chief executive of Enterprise, said: “The excellent standard of entries made it extremely difficult for the team of judges to make a decision about the finalists. It’s clear from the entries that businesses in the North-east are flourishing and it really is a tough competition this year. I wish all the finalists the best of luck.”

Mike Fergusson, from headline sponsors RBS said: “I’m delighted that RBS has supported the Grampian Awards for Business Excellence for over a decade. Through our partnership, we continue to focus on supporting SMEs by linking them with other businesses, industry experts and the Government to help them succeed.”