Put your name on a 'Peg for Life' at Peterhead's Barclay Park Pavilion
Businesses are being encouraged to support the Barclay Park Community Pavilion by getting behind a unique sponsorship opportunity.
‘Peg For Life’ is a chance for businesses or individuals to make a contribution towards the pavilion, which opened in November 2019 thanks to the efforts of Peterhead Area Community Trust (PACT).
Inside the pavilion, there are home and away changing rooms, with 16 numbered pegs in both.
For a ‘one-off’ payment of £250 businesses or individuals can have there name or company details displayed on a brushed steel sign above the peg number of there choice.
This will be the donor’s sponsored number forever.
The dimension of the sponsorship signs are 300mm x 150mm, and anyone interested in this opportunity should email [email protected]
PACT spent many months planning and fundraising for the revamp of the Barclay Park Community Pavilion, which have previously been left unused for a long time and was outdated and in poor condition.
As well as the changing rooms with showering and toilet facilities, the pavilion has an entrance ramp, a spacious community area with Wifi throughout and a renovated kitchen area.
The project was delivered by Ken Barbour Builders Ltd from Whitehills, architect Kevin O’Brien Architects and quality surveyor John Pascoe.
The pavilion was funded mainly through Aberdeenshire Council developer obligations and Peterhead Regeneration Vision and Action Plan funds.