A GLENROTHES-based bike charity has thanked its native council following its obtainment of recent premises to refurbish and promote used bicycles to the neighborhood.
Bikeworks Fife publicly thanked Fife Council Financial Growth for helping to find and securing the native workshop and workplace house the place is now settled, after reaching out for assist.
Enterprise Property Providers inside Financial Growth have carried out a property search and a due diligence examine of the vacant premises on the Glenrothes Meals & Enterprise Centre and made the house out there in two weeks’ time.
Bikeworks Fife says it’s grateful because the longer-term lodging can permit individuals to purchase refurbished bikes on a “pay what you possibly can foundation” or donate bikes to be repurposed.
Ian Byrne, proprietor of Bikeworks Fife stated: “We’re thrilled with our new premises and want to thank Financial Growth for pulling out all of the stops to make this transfer occur so shortly and effectively.
“The house was completely ultimate for us to adapt issues into the kind of workshop we would have liked, giving us sufficient room for an workplace too.
“Most significantly, it is a long-term location for us.
“We not have any uncertain ideas about the kind of upheaval and uncertainty that we had sadly been topic to previously.”