ANGUSalive Family Bike Bubble sessions

  An exciting outdoors activity to increase access to cycling is being introduced this July by ANGUSalive following four months of closure due to COVID-19. ANGUSalive has been awarded funding by Blazing Saddles, an All Ability Mobile Cycling hub administered by FABB Scotland (Facilitating Access and Breaking Barriers) to provide the fun sessions.  FABB Scotland’s primary aim is to facilitate […]

Residents asked to check NHS contact details

Tayside residents are being asked to provide their GP practice with up-to-date contact details. GPs, hospitals and community teams are providing healthcare in new ways.  As more appointments are carried out by phone or video, and to help with contact tracing for the Test and Protect programme, it is more important than ever that health services […]

Angus Council – Forthcoming Roadworks

A programme of roadworks, which will include repairs, surface dressing and other essential roads maintenance, is set to get underway in various parts of Angus from next Monday (6 July). Monday 6 July – Work will begin on the A926 Airlie, Baikie junction to Philipie junction. It will be supported by Stop/Go signage or portable traffic […]

Opticians now open for Emergency and Essential Eye Care only

  Opticians in Tayside have begun to reopen their practices following the Health Secretary’s announcement that some face-to-face optometry services can resume. Since the beginning of lockdown, many practices have continued to provide support to their patients by carrying out telephone or video consultations using the Near Me service and, where necessary, arranging appointments at […]

ANGUSalive facilities

Survey reveals appetite for a speedy return to ANGUSalive venues An ANGUSalive survey has shown that over 40% of customers said they’d return to their local ANGUSalive sports centre as soon as it reopens and over 40% would return once they know how their sports centre is complying with government requirements.  ANGUSalive in partnership with […]

Angus Council – Beware of Pet Scams

  The COVID-19 Pandemic has provided fertile ground for scammers seeking to exploit the crisis. The latest con, which has caught out families across the UK, including a handful of people in Angus, involves the offer of a puppy in exchange for large fee upfront and further insurance and delivery costs. Some people have been […]

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