With coronavirus social distancing restrictions still in place, we’ve decided to extend our meeting room hire special offer into October.
With fundraising currently more difficult with the coronavirus lockdown and ongoing restrictions, one way we are still able to help Maggie’s Forth Valley cancer support centre at Larbert is to pay for a day of care.
We’re delighted to announce that Falkirk Business Hub has signed up to use the new Forth Valley Chamber of Commerce contact tracing app.
With coronavirus social distancing restrictions still in place, we’ve decided to extend our meeting room hire special offer.
Like many businesses, we had big plans for 2020 – investing in our facilities and online presence. Then the coronavirus lockdown happened…
Our award-winning onsite café Finnegans is taking part in the national Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme.
Implementing our ‘new normal’ as lockdown restrictions begin to ease It’s been ten weeks since we took the decision to close the Falkirk Business Hub to comply with lockdown restrictions.
We have kept Falkirk Business Hub open for as long as possible, however due to the unfolding situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the difficult decision to close Falkirk Business Hub as of 6pm this evening.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation we have taken the decision to reduce our opening hours for the foreseeable future.
Founding1000 is a great way for local companies to support Maggie’s Forth Valley by either paying a one-off donation of £1,000 or encouraging staff and customers to raise £1,000 over the course of a year
We are delighted to announce that Falkirk Business Hub have partnered with local charity, Maggie’s Forth Valley. The centre is located in Larbert and helps anyone affected by cancer in our community.