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Montrose Museum unveils a new permanent display on Robert Burns and his legacy in Angus from Friday 29 March. Robert Burns (1759-96) is remembered as Scotland’s greatest poet and needs little introduction. His literary legacy is celebrated across the world each year on his birthday, 25 January, with the hosting of Burns Suppers. William Burnes, […]

I am pleased to announce that Radio North Angus has opened a recording studio. Up to the present, the other studios are restricted to including two or three co-presenters or guests, owing to space limitations. The studio has the capacity to cater for a larger number offering the opportunity to record groups of NHS and […]

EASTER FUN FOR EVERY-BUNNY IN ANGUS WITH THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND The Trust will be hosting Easter egg trails at three of the special places in its care across Angus 36 Easter egg trails take place from Friday 29 March to Monday 1 April 2024 across Scotland from the Highlands to Scottish Borders Trail […]

NHS 24 is reminding the public of some simple steps they can take to ensure they remain fit and healthy throughout the Easter holidays and beyond. Abbie and Phoebe, both aged 9 from Bearsden, assisted with the launch of NHS 24’s annual spring health campaign ‘Healthy Know How’ at Caulders Garden Centre in Mugdock. The campaign […]

Residents, communities and businesses across Angus are invited to drop into roadshow events and visit the “Floodmobile” to get advice and ideas on flood protection, equipment, and insurance information from partners Angus Council, Flood Mary, Scottish Flood Forum, SSEN and the fire service. Organised by Angus Council, the roadshow is available at the following locations: Forfar – […]

A by-election will be held to elect a councillor to Angus Council’s Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim Ward on Thursday 25 April 2024.   This follows the resignation of Councillor David Fairweather last month.   Full information about the by-election, including how to stand as a candidate, how to vote, polling places and a map […]

Learn to save a life with Heartstart Discovery courses   Heartstart Discovery is running free two-hour training sessions in emergency life support for members of the public throughout March. Being able to perform emergency life support (ELS), a set of actions needed to keep someone alive until professional help arrives, gives a casualty the best possible […]

Residents, community groups and businesses in Angus are invited to drop in to Floodmobile Roadshow events between Monday 18 and Thursday 21 March in Forfar, Brechin, Birkhill and Carnoustie. The roadshow organised by Angus Council will see partners from Flood Mary, Scottish Flood Forum, SSEN and the fire service come together to give support and […]

Further regulation of the process for buying dogs should be welcomed, says the Rural Affairs & Islands Committee in a report published today, but registering unlicensed litters is unlikely to make a difference to issues around traceability.  The Committee’s report concludes its stage 1 scrutiny of the Welfare of Dogs (Scotland) Bill which aims to […]

Communities invited to join national Nature and Climate Friendly network Groups working across Scotland to improve their local communities through climate and nature friendly activities are being encouraged to join a network of like-minded people. Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful is calling for more groups to join the 250+ which are already part of our […]

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