PLANNING: HELENSBURGH SWIFTLY BECOMING DINING OUT CAPITAL OF CLYDESIDE

Rebecca and Wayne Cleworth have applied to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority for proposed works at Fruin Farm.

The application states that no external alterations are planned to the main building, a former steading, apart from the installation of windows, doors and skylights.

The couple, who have run Fruin Farm since it opened in 2015, announced in February of this year that the restaurant side of their business was to close that month as they changed the focus of their business towards providing a dedicated venue for weddings, private parties and corporate events.

Lovely Glen Fruin, which is close to the former Fruin Farm restaurant, with brilliant walks.

Meanwhile, the Helensburgh Advertiser is reporting that a former coffee shop is set to become a restaurant after council officials gave plans the go-ahead.

The premises at 60-61 West Clyde Street, between the Clyde Bar and the Magic Wok, were most recently home to Catherine’s Coffee Shop.

Argyll and Bute Council planning officers have now decided to allow the plans for the restaurant, submitted by Nyik Kim Hen, to proceed.

Documents submitted with the planning application do not specify what type of restaurant is planned for the seafront premises.

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