Supporting Hamilton’s Businesses

We are delighted to welcome Gondolina – the Italian restaurant that’s opening on Cadzow Street – and really pleased that we’re able to support them with a ??1,000 business improvement grant, helping towards improvements to their premises’ exterior.

Pictured (below) is Fausto, the owner of Gondolina, receiving a cheque from our manager, Malcolm Thomas-Harley.

Fausto originates from the town of Alvito, a town and comune in central Italy, in the province of Frosinone – just south of Rome in the Lazio region. He tells us that they import key ingredients from Italy and produce their own breads on site.

Gondolina will be selling Italian classics including pizza, gelato and delicious coffee – and they will also have a takeaway option. They’re hoping to be open at the start of November (2020) – so keep an eye on their Facebook page for more.

Need more?

If you work for or run a business in Hamilton’s BID area and need help with improvements to your premises’ exterior, please get in touch as the BID may be able to help a Business Improvement Grant. Such grants can be used for external improvements of your ???shop front???. Businesses pay 50% of the costs of the work with the other 50% covered by the BID. T&Cs apply. If you need any further information, please use this link to email me direct.

Thanks for reading.

Hamilton Town News

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