The Kitchen Station provides free LochAnna kitchens to Armed Forces
Two Evo Driftwood kitchens were installed in the 3 SCOTS regiment's service family accommodation in Iverness
Scotland-based kitchen specialist The Kitchen Station has supplied and installed kitchens in the 3 SCOT regiment's service family accommodation in Iverness, to support families of the Armed Forces community.
The two fully integrated, contemporary Eco Driftwood kitchens have been fitted in the contact houses of members of 3 SCOTS, which serve dependents, friends and family members from across the UK "to visit loved ones at Fort George".
Sinead Trainor, kitchen category manager at LochAnna Kitchens, said: "For the team at The Kitchen Station to supply and install these kitchens completely free of charge is truly commendable and a fantastic demonstration of community spirit, we are delighted that they invited us to be part of this initiative.
"By supplying these contact houses with fully kitted out kitchens, families can enjoy the pleasures of cooking and socialising in a kitchen that is well designed, modern and comfortable. We hope that it provides them with a home away from home."
Pictured left to right: Martin Alexander and Mark Hepburn from The Kitchen Station, Capt. Paul Naismith, Capt. Alan Campbell, and Major Bob Whyte of 3 SCOTS