We are moveing into our new offices and Studio at

The Cafe

West Bridge Mill



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The Mill was built as a flax spinning mill by Messrs F and W Hendry (founded 1806) and acquired by Forth and Clyde Roperie in 1936. An account by Mr A Smith, former managing director, describes the mill as "composed of four flats in the style common to spinning mills of the period. Sisal, jute, hemp and binder twines are twisted from soft fibres", (NMRS). After standing empty for 10 years, The Link Housing Association won approval for conversion to the first purpose-designed Foyer in Scotland. Derived from Le Corbusier's ideal, The Foyer provides accommodation for 44 people, office suites, training and seminar facilities, Cafe, job club and crèche. The transformations  total cost  was in the region of two million pounds. The Mill was listed as a b class 2 by Historic Buildings Scotland in 1979.

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The office is manned most days, Monday to Friday 10-5.

Appointments can be made to suit you Days, evenings and weekends.

There is plenty of free and disabled parking, with easy access to our ground floor Location.

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