Angus Council – Parking and enforcement

Paying to park in Angus Council’s off-street car parks continues to be free of charge. Paying to park was suspended following the introduction of the first COVID019 lockdown a year ago. As measures to lift restrictions come into effect – the message to Stay at Home changes to Stay Local from Friday 2 April – […]

Angus cares about suicide prevention

The Angus Mental Health and Wellbeing Network is driving forward actions to increase the profile of suicide prevention in Angus with the launch of two new initiatives to support service users. The first of the initiatives – an infomercial – has been produced let people know how to access local support and to signpost people […]

Notice of Election

Nomination papers can now be obtained for the Scottish Parliament elections to be held on Thursday 6 May 2021. Constituency and regional MSPS will be elected for Angus South and Angus North and Mearns constituencies. Nominations papers are available to download or from the Constituency Returning Officer at Election Office, Digital Reprographics Unit, Sylvie Way, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar, DD8 1AY, […]

Increase in discretionary fund for businesses in Angus

Angus Council is increasing the amount of funding successful applicants can receive through the Covid-19 Discretionary Fund after receiving additional funding from the Scottish Government. Local businesses with less than 50 employees can apply to the council for one-off awards of £4000, £6000 or £10000 if they have been unable to access any other Covid-19 […]

Get Active Arbroath

It can be tough to stay motivated during the cold winter months, but people in Arbroath have been wrapping up warm and braving the weather to get active through Angus Council’s hugely successful ‘Get Active Arbroath’ campaign. Since the beginning of February residents and workers in Arbroath have been getting out walking, running and cycling, […]

‘Living Life Well’ – Tayside Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy launched

‘Living Life Well’, the new Tayside-wide strategy to improve mental health and learning disability services is launched today (Thursday, 25 February). The strategy, which has been welcomed by Scottish Government Mental Health Minister Claire Haughey, has been developed following a programme of work with more than 600 local stakeholders, including people with lived experience, their […]

Take on the Kiltwalk for The Leanne Fund

Ceilidhs might be cancelled due to Covid but that won’t get in the way of this year’s Virtual Kiltwalk which will help raise vital funds for The Leanne Fund.  There hasn’t been much opportunity to get Kilts on this year so far but the annual Kiltwalk is due to take place virtually from April 23-25.  […]

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