In view of the COVID-related upheavals, we’re taking stock of Fraserburgh 2021’s progress – and it’s cheering news. We’ve managed to keep forging ahead with our grant funded projects despite all that 2020 has thrown at us.
Two Projects – the Penny Schoolie and ‘Close to Home’ shopfront, at opposite ends of the High street, have been completed since lockdown.
Close to Home has benefited from a grant towards handsome new windows – now thats an improvement.
Three Projects are currently on-site: 5-13 Mid Street, Former John Trail Bookshop, led by the North East of Scotland Preservation Trust; Four Shopfronts in Commerce Street (between 21 and 31) and 22-30 High Street.
The Penny Schoolie - a Lesson in Looking after our Historic Buildings
Fraserburgh 2021 has made one of its first small grant awards aimed at restoring the exteriors of traditi…
Scottish Design Awards 2020 - Faithlie Centre Wins!
We're delighted to announce that the restoration of the Faithlie Centre by Moxon Architects Ltd has been …
A Fresh New Business for our Restored Shopfront!
We're very excited to see this waste-conscious start-up taking place behind the restored Gilbert Noble sh…