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Ms Roseanna Cunningham MSP has expressed her dismay at an announcement by Stephen Leckie, CEO and Chairman of Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels, that the group has entered into a consultation period with its staff as a result of the significant downturn in business resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.

The process will involve 241 people across the seven hotels which form Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels. It includes Crieff Hydro and Murraypark Hotel in Ms Cunningham’s constituency.

Ms Cunningham said:

“Crieff Hydro is a landmark hotel and an important player in the tourism sector, not just in Strathearn but in the whole of Scotland.  It is, therefore, very disappointing indeed to learn that the group has started a consultation with its staff on what the future holds.

“The hospitality sector has been hit extremely hard by the impact of the coronavirus and whilst this development saddens me, it does not entirely surprise me.

“This will be a very worrying time indeed for the employees of Crieff Hydro and Murraypark. I sincerely hope that compulsory redundancies can be kept to an absolute minimum.

“My thoughts are very much with the staff who face redundancy and I hope that their employers will do everything possible to help them secure alternative employment.”

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