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Jenny gets start-up funds for new island Veggie Van

An Arran social entrepreneur has been awarded start-up funding for her new business taking fresh fruit and vegetables direct to customers across the island.

Jenny Macdonald has received a £2,325 Start It award from the Social Entrepreneurs Fund to pilot her business Woodside Arran CIC – The Veggie Van.

Jenny runs an organic market garden at Woodside Farm in Kildonan with husband Andy and has just launched an organic fruit and vegetable box scheme. After a few months’ trial serving the south of the island, she will extend her deliveries island-wide later this month.

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