We are delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Ken Loades to our Management Committee.
Ken serves as the Operations Director of Cru Holdings, owners of the Classroom Restaurant in Nairn and eight other hospitality brands across the north of Scotland.
Club chairman, Donald Matheson said:
“When Ken showed an interest in coming on board with us, we jumped at the chance.
“Ken has a proven track record in business across the Highlands and I am excited at the prospect of working together with him. He has a range of talents I am sure he will put to great use to the benefit of the club.
“Ken is putting a lot of work and effort into the continued development of the Classroom and already has some great ideas of how we can work in tandem with one another and various other projects he is looking to pursue to the benefit of the club.
“I am delighted to welcome Ken on to the Management Committee and to working together in the future.”
Ken Loades said:
“I am delighted to be able to offer my services to Nairn County. Cru Holdings intend to be part of the community in Nairn for many years to come and we are excited at the prospect of working with the club and surrounding areas.”
Established in 2009, Cru Holdings has developed into one of the pioneering hospitality businesses in the Highlands.
Boasting an impressive portfolio of some of the most must-visit bars and restaurants in the north, Cru Holdings has also successfully ventured into the travel sector, showing its talented team’s flexibility and diverse levels of expertise.
The Wee Bar, Bar One, Prime Steak & Seafood, Scotch & Rye, The Classroom, The Keg, The Whitehouse, MYXD and Murray Travel all come under the Cru Holdings umbrella.