Builder’s £10,000 boost for Friock Hub

Mark Guild, Guild Homes managing director, handed over a cheque for �10,000 to the FriockHub Project.  Pictured at the Hub site are left to right - Paul Hartley, Rose Attard, Lucy Guild, Jackie Martin, Dougie Pond, Pauline Hartley, Barbara Thompson and Mark Guild.

Mark Guild, Guild Homes managing director, handed over a cheque for �10,000 to the FriockHub Project. Pictured at the Hub site are left to right - Paul Hartley, Rose Attard, Lucy Guild, Jackie Martin, Dougie Pond, Pauline Hartley, Barbara Thompson and Mark Guild.

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Guild Homes (Tayside) Ltd has donated £10,000 to the ‘FriockHub’ project to develop the old Eastgate School in Friockheim into a community hub.

Mark Guild, Guild Homes managing director, said: “Guild Homes recently commenced its Friockheim development and we are always happy to support the local community.”

FriockHub will convert the old school to include support, facilities, spaces and services to the village and rural hinterland. It will include space to meet socially and formally for leisure and business, an IT suite, fitness suite, indoor sports facilities, outdoor play/activity, community café, small business units, facilities for health screening, hairdressing and chiropody, and opportunities for bank/post office, Citizens Advice, etc. There will be business start-up spaces.

Dougie Pond, project chairman, said: “FriockHub is very pleased to include Guild Homes as a supporter. This donation demonstrates their commitment to the communities where they are building homes, and will help develop services and facilities to support the developing village.”

For more information on FriockHub contact Ashley on 07736 462337 or FriockHub on Facebook.