Border Biscuits donates a strawberry summer gift

Border Biscuits said the Lanark area was 'incredibly important' to the firm. Picture: Contributed
Border Biscuits said the Lanark area was 'incredibly important' to the firm. Picture: Contributed
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Lanark‑based Border Biscuits has donated a strawberry patch to Lanark Community Development Trust to support its regeneration of Castlebank Park and mark the launch of a new range of cookies.

The company has championed the volunteer-led Castlebank Park regeneration project for some years, and plays a key role in a number of ongoing Lanark Community Development Trust regeneration projects.

This includes a garden that pays tribute to William Wallace’s legacy in Lanark. Border Biscuits says it hopes the strawberry patch will inspire budding young gardeners.

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Lesley Ann Gray, brand director at the business, said: “We’re very proud to be based in Lanark and the local area is incredibly important to us all.

“A community strawberry patch was the perfect way to launch the new Cookies range in our home town and the White Chocolate and Strawberry Cookie inspired this idea”.