Owners of an Aberdeen restaurant are to help those in Covid-19 quarantine after the community helped their business rise from the ashes of a devastating fire.
Management of Dyce Tandoori have vowed to deliver free meals to the vulnerable and elderly cut off from the world because of coronavirus.
It took six months for the Indian restaurant to reopen after the blaze in 2017 which completely destroyed the kitchen and roof of the building.
But loyal customers returned to restaurant, run by Casrina and Nafiz Hasan, in their droves.
Now, Mr Hasan said, is time to repay them for their support.
“The community has helped the restaurant,” he said.
“Now we want to deliver meals to the doorsteps of the vulnerable without any charge.
“We will be quite quiet during this period and want to use the staff we have.
“It’s time for us to feed to community which has been feeding us for so long.”
The business is asking for donations to cover the cost of the service, which Mr Hasan said they would continue as long as it was feasible.
The vulnerable in surrounding areas, including Dyce, Bucksburn, Bridge of Don, Newmachar and Blackburn, can take up Dyce Tandoori on their kind offer by contacting 01224 710 303.