TWO East End Subway stores have donated their famous sandwiches to hard-working staff at Glasgow's Royal Infirmary.

The franchise owners of the Alexandra Parade and Forget outlets used the remaining food in their left in the stores which have closed temporarily following Government advice.

Colin Hughes, Country Director for Subway UK and Ireland, said: “The response from our franchise owners during this extremely difficult time has been nothing but incredible.

"At a time when communities need to pull together and support each other more than ever, it is a credit to our franchise wwners that they are doing just that by going above and beyond to look after our frontline health workers and society’s vulnerable people.

"There are far too many acts of uncompromising kindness for me to mention, but each and every one is hugely appreciated and as a brand, we couldn’t be prouder of our franchise owners and their teams.”

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