Hub facilities

The Hub aims to support all age groups and provide a place to get together socially and groups & clubs to meet. 

•    Mother & toddlers
•    Pre-school children
•    Children
•    Teenagers
•    Elderly
•    Disabled

Facilities at Friock Hub - view gallery pictures:

  • Reception

  • Display area

  • Cafe - more info

  • Cinema facility *

  • Exhibition space *

  • Halls for sports/parties/events/groups
    Andson Hall & MacNiven Hall - view in gallery

  • Fitness suite - more info

  • Community Services - more info

  • Small business rooms (offices available to rent - please contact us for further information)

  • I.T. facilities

  • Lockers and Showers (for fitness suite/exercise class participants)

  • Bring and Take Library

  • Quiet reading area

  • Meeting rooms - (The Bothy, The Lunan and The Vinney)

  • Changing Places facility accessible 24/7 x 365 days via radar key - click for more

  • Multi-Sensory Room / Play area for younger children *

  • Community Garden *

  • Car park - parking for 8 cars plus 2 disabled spaces,1 drop off point at the front of the building and on street parking nearby (please be respectful of our neighbours driveways)

  • Electric Charging Points for 4 vehicles - free to use during Hub’s 1st year with Charge Place Scotland Card, additional car charging points available at Friockheim Park.

  • Public Wi-Fi

* Facility launch date to be announced

All spaces throughout the building are fully accessible.

Guide dogs and assistance dogs only inside the Hub, we provide water bowls for visitors leaving their dog outside while they visit the cafe.


Hall and Room Hire

The halls and rooms will be available to hire for sports organised activity, private party, celebration eg kids party, birthday, anniversary or engagement party. The Hub can also be hired for exclusive use for parties, weddings, funeral or corporate events, events - please contact Barry Thomson for further information)


We want to hear how the Hub can benefit you and our local community, please get in touch if you have any suggestions.

During our Open Day in September 2017 we received lots of great suggestions and feedback from the local community for the Hub relating to:

  • youth projects

  • gardening

  • community transport

  • health & wellbeing

  • learning & eduction

  • services & businesses

 

Open Day Comments/Feedback   (click image to view larger in lightbox)