Have a say on parking in Angus

  Angus Council wants residents to have their say on the future of parking in Angus. A review of both on and off-street parking aims to establish people’s expectations and requirements of car parking in Angus. A Parking Review Member Officer Review Group (Rep No 243/20) recently invited views and opinions from community council, community […]


  Angus school achieves STEM Nation Award Education Scotland is pleased to announce 19 settings have been awarded with a full STEM Nation Award, including Monifieth High School in Angus.In September 2019, Education Scotland launched the STEM Nation Award programme as a pilot. The programme celebrates, promotes and builds effective practice in STEM education. Since […]

Cats Protection seek volunteers to work from home

The UK’s largest cat charity needs to recruit more contact centre volunteers to help answer the public’s cat related enquiries Monday – Friday for around 3 hours per week during office hours. Based from their own homes, contact centre volunteers are the friendly and passionate voices manning the National Information Line on behalf of the charity’s […]

Angus Business Champions sought

Small community-based businesses locally will be given the opportunity to be crowned champion of their town or the whole of Angus in 2021 following the launch of an exciting awards programme. The Town & County Business Champions 2021 awards have been launched to highlight the achievements of the UK’s very best micro and small businesses […]

Stroke Association Appeal – young Scottish Carer

Scottish carer shares their first glimmer of hope after Mum’s stroke Stacey Miller from Paisley is supporting the Stroke Association’s ‘Hope After Stroke’ Christmas appeal, after her Mum, Andrea, had a stroke at the age of 45.  Thanks to the Stroke Association in Scotland, both Andrea and Stacey have been attending a Stroke Café that […]

Angus Toy Appeal – Update

  The 2020 appeal is now well under way with every bit of help needed this year to bring a smile, this Christmas, to children in Angus living in poverty.  The organisers are expecting a large increase in numbers this year.  They are also very aware that many people are facing unexpected financial difficulties this […]

More affordable houses for Monifieth

  In the latest part of Angus Council’s determination to make the local housing market as accessible as possible for home seekers, 22 affordable homes will be built at Victoria Grange in Monifieth. Taylor Wimpey East Scotland is constructing the 12 two-bedroomed homes and 10 three-bedroomed homes in partnership with Angus Council as part of […]

Angus Council seek help with CoastSnap project

CoastSnap – capturing coastal erosion at Montrose According to some estimations, people across the world will take more than 1.4 trillion photographs in 2020. It’s never been easier to take a pic and Angus Council is looking for the public’s snap-happy help for the remainder of this year and beyond to assist a study into […]

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