The Hub @ Friockheim
provides a range of services, facilities and classes/activities.

The Hub aims to support all age groups and provide a place for residents to get together socially and groups & clubs to meet in the redeveloped Eastgate Primary School in Friockheim, Angus.

The Hub is a fully inclusive project involving the whole community which is owned, managed and operated by the community itself as a registered charity.

Keep up to date with any positions we might have on our Job Vacancies page.

The Hub provides a range of classes, activities and community services, find out what’s on view click here


Hire the Hub for celebration, party, activity class, conference, event or wedding find out more click here


Relax in our Café, serving tea, coffee, breakfast, lunch, snacks, delicious home baking and tasty treats. more info click here


Air conditioned fitness suite and range of classes to suit all abilities, find out more click here

Take a look inside our Multi-Sensory Room / Soft Play Area for Younger Kids available to book now - click here

(subject to change)

Mon 10.00am-8.00pm
Tue 10.00am-10.00pm
Wed 10.00am-8.00pm
Thu 10.00am-8.00pm
Fri 10.00am-8.00pm
Sat 11.00am-4.00pm
Sun 11.00am-4.00pm


Mon- Fri 10am-8.00pm
Sat 11am-4pm

Hub News

Find out what’s on click here for full weekly schedule
classes, activities and community services at the Hub.


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Volunteer Opportunities

The Hub welcomes volunteers who want to get involved and help provide a fabulous Community Hub for Friockheim.

There is a wide range of volunteer opportunities available.

Click here to find out more

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FriockHub Gallery

We’ve been recording the redevelopment of the old Eastgate Primary School into the new community hub in Friockheim using photographs and drone filming. Video below is best viewed in full screen.

View the galleries:-

The pictures (on the right) were taken in the MacNiven Hall looking towards the Changing Places and Multi Sensory Room.