North Lanarkshire Councillor Frank McNally Visits Cooke Aquaculture Scotland

North Lanarkshire Councillor Frank McNally met with Cooke Aquaculture Scotland to hear about the positive social and economic impact the company and the aquaculture sector has on local businesses in the county and across the United Kingdom. During a visit to its corporate head office at Avondale House in Bellshill, 11 April 2024, the General Election candidate for Coatbridge and …

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Sponsors Shinty Club

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland is delighted to announce the sponsorship of Col-Glen Shinty Club. The funding will ensure the sports club continues to be a sustainable part of the community and, following the team’s success of promotion in the senior leagues, funding will subsidise travel expenses for matches taking place around Scotland in 2024. Support via the Cooke Community Benefit Fund …

Aquaculture Awards 2024 Finalists

Cooke Scotland and its staff has been shortlisted as finalists for the Aquaculture Awards 2024. Congratulations to Dennis Johnson, Robert Peterson and Stewart Rendall who have all been nominated in the Farmer of the Year category. Cooke Scotland has also been shortlisted for the Community Initiative award. This will be awarded to an individual, company or organisation that has enhanced …

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Deploys First Shetland Hybrid Feed Barge

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland, the largest producer of organic Scottish salmon, has deployed its first hybrid feed barge in Shetland to further reduce its carbon footprint. The new hybrid system, built by Fjord Maritime UK, for the Copister salmon farm site in Yell, Shetland, is the third to be implemented by Cooke Scotland in its commitment to sustainability, following successful results …

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Sponsors Netball Orkney

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland has pledged its support to Netball Orkney ahead of the first ever Island Invitational Netball Games 2023. The squad of 15 and their coaches travel to the Isle of Man to play in what will be the largest and most challenging event the sporting organisation has participated in to date. Support via the Cooke Community Benefit Fund …

Cooke Reduces Carbon Footprint with Second Orkney Hybrid Barge Installation

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland has deployed a second hybrid feed barge which will reduce carbon emissions and sound at its Vestness site in Westray, Orkney. Following successful results from installing its first hybrid system at its Mill Bay site in Stronsay, Orkney in 2022, Cooke Scotland has continued to make great strides in its commitment to sustainability with the installation of …

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Cooke Scotland Welcomes New Communications Manager

Cooke Aquaculture Scotland Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Murray Spooner as Communications Manager. Mr. Spooner is an experienced communications specialist and joins family-owned Cooke from his most recent role at Rangers Football Club as its charity foundation’s Digital Content Executive. Mr. Spooner brings a strong knowledge of the media landscape as a former multimedia journalist, with several …