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Timberbush creates 15 jobs

Timberbush Tours, the family-owned Highlands and Islands tour operator, has invested £1million in five new coaches and created 15 additional jobs.

The company runs up to 100 tours weekly out of Glasgow and Edinburgh and transports over 1,000 visitors a week.

Founded 16 years ago by husband and wife team Gary and June Voy, the company now has 45 staff ranging from driver-guides to corporate managers and a fleet of 17 vehicles.

Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo has recently awarded Timberbush the contract for official corporate transport provider for the seventh consecutive year.

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