SNP Leader Nicola Sturgeon visited businesses at Stirling Enterprise Park yesterday (Tuesday 19 Nov) alongside Alyn Smith MEP, SNP candidate for Stirling in the 2019 General Election.
Alyn, Nicola Sturgeon, and owner Iain at Perthshire Preserves.
During her visit to the Stirling Enterprise Park (STEP) site, Ms Sturgeon visited Perthshire Preserves, where she poured and labelled freshly made Passionfruit Curd.
The First Minister also visited Bounce Occupational Therapy, where she had a chance to meet the business owner, Callum McKinnon and some of the kids using the facilities from Bannockburn Primary School.
Mr Smith and Ms Sturgeon then met with local activists and supporters in Stirling city centre.
Commenting, Alyn Smith said:
“It was great to welcome Nicola Sturgeon back to Stirling, and to STEP, which is an incubator for a diverse range of exciting businesses and organisations right here in the city centre.
“Stirling and Scotland have a choice in this election: more Conservative Chaos with Boris Johnson’s candidate, or voting for myself and the SNP to stop this Brexit nonsense so that we can get back to talking about the issues that matter to local people, businesses and communities.”
Alyn, Nicola Sturgeon, Bounce OT owner Callum McKinnon, and Matthew from Bannockburn Primary School.