There has always been a problem in Monifieth finding accommodation for meetings.
It was the reason why MLHS initially, in 2004, leased the premises at 55 High Street, which resulting from donations of items etc by members of the community developed into Monifieth House of Memories / Heritage Centre.
One of the main attractions by the MLHS, and a valid reason for the lease application for the former Angus Access Office being the anti rooms, which not only would allow setting up for research etc, but also have available meeting space for other discussion / learning groups..
Monifieth residents are accustomed to travelling out with the town to find services on offer to those in other Angus towns.
As you can see from this years books we need support in our venture.
The proposed Heritage Centre will not only attract more visitors to Monifieth, it will help `town centre regeneration`, something very badly lacking at present, for all High Street businesses. Monifieth would be moving up the ladder, on the tourist trail, catching all the visitors in the area, due to the opening of the V & A, more cruise liners docking at Dundee.