Inverurie Loco Works Football Club have been given an award from The Scottish Football Partnership to assist with the cost of building a new main stand at Harlaw Park. When the club joined the Highland League in 2001 an extensive programme of modernising and upgrading took place at the stadium however the timber framed main stand which was constructed in 1938 remained untoched until now. Club Chairman William Lippe said “upgrading our main stand was something we were very keen to do for insurance and health and safety reasons. Unfortunately the cost implications have always been to high for us to fund such a project ourselves. Without the direct support we received from the SFP we could not have embarked on such an ambitious project. The new stand will have seating for 180 supporters and will go a long way to helping the club secure its Scottish FA club License. On behalf of everyone at Inverurie Locos F.C i would like to express my gratitude to The Scottish Football Partnership who were helpful throughout the whole process”.