Members of Arbroath Round Table recently collected the keys to a unit within Erskine House, the church building converted by the Voigt Partnership on Commerce Street which now houses their offices and six rental units within the business centre.
One of the six units within the building is now home to Arbroath Round Table after the directors, Heinz Voigt, Maureen King and John Cullen, offered free use of the facilities.
Presenting the keys to Arbroath Tablers director John Cullen said: “The Voigt Partnership Limited is pleased to assist the Round Table in providing accommodation to house their meetings as we support the work they do locally in raising funds for local charities and worthy causes.
“Both myself and Heinz were past members of the Table and therefore appreciate the effort Tables put into all their activities by giving up their valued time.
“We wish Arbroath Round Table every success in its continued projects and strengthens its numbers.”
Table chairman Jamie Buchan added: “This is an incredibly generous gesture from The Voigt Partnership and we are very much appreciative of the support given by Heinz, Maureen and John to Arbroath Table.”
The unit is perfect for our needs and we welcome anyone interested in joining Round Table to come along to our first meeting at the unit after our summer break on Wednesday (September 4) to find out more and meet the guys. Just come down to the unit at 7pm or if you want to call us you can do so 07786 036470 for a chat first.”
Round Table is an organisation for men aged 18-45.