Local Area    


The town is a fishing port in the picturesque county of Angus. It is steeped in history with Arbroath Abbey being the place where in 1320 the Declaration of Arbroath, also known as the Declaration of Independance was signed in the presence of Robert the Bruce. Arbroath is also famed internationally for its delicious smoked haddock, "Arbroath Smokies".

There are many places of interest to visit locally and in the surrounding area.


Close to The Centre

As can be clearly seen in this ariel view the Windmill Christian Centre has a large private lawn to the front and a very large public park (The Common) adjacent to it.

The Centre is on an elevated site which affords clear views to the sea, overlooking Gayfield football ground which can be seen at the foreground of this arial picture.

There are many leisure facilities in Arbroath close to the centre, including swimming facilities just 10 minutes walk away, while the beach, cliffs, shops, parks and other public entertainment facilities are also within walking distance. The nearby West Links is a miniature childrens fun world beside the beach with exciting attractions such as trampolines, crazy golf, mini cars, paddling pool, Scotland's oldest passenger carrying miniature railway and a road train.
Some photos of Arbroath coast

Signal Tower Museum

Now a local history museum the signal tower can be seen from Windmill Christian Centre.

Signal Tower Museum
Walk along the Cliffs cliffs154
View from cliffs walk cliffs149

View from cliffs walk


    The Windmill Christian Centre is owned and operated by The Berea Trust Ltd. Registered Charity SC022258.