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Carnoustie Sports Centre was officially opened by Scottish Women’s International and Celtic FC footballer Kelly Clark. Meanwhile, Saltire Sports Centre saw local Arbroath FC footballers cut the ribbon, ahead of their home fixture to Ayr United. Julie Aitken, Operations Lead from ANGUSalive said: “We are thrilled to have had an action-packed day with launching our […]

Angus Council is pleased to announce an upgrade to National Cycle Network Route 1 in Carnoustie. The work comprises of a 450-metre stretch of path between Barry Links and Carnoustie Golf Links practice area and is the first in a series of measures to improve sections of the National Cycle Network in Carnoustie. Section 1 […]

Angus residents should check their electoral registration details or risk losing their chance to vote on decisions that affect them. The Electoral Registration Officer has written to households to check that the electoral register is up to date and to identify any residents who should be registered but aren’t. For those at home addresses who […]

The Autistic Adult Support Fund launched today (Wednesday 16th August 2023) aiming to help adults with an autism diagnosis, self-identified autistic adults, and their families and carers understand what neurodivergence means for them and improve their wellbeing. The Autistic Adult Support Fund will provide £500,000 for the six-month period from October 2023 to end of […]

Angus is set to take part in Scotland’s largest free festival on 9 and 10 September 2023, celebrating places and stories, new and old. 2023 marks the 34th year of Doors Open Days, a free festival that sees organisations and volunteers offer free access to sites and events across Scotland. The festival aims to ensure […]

Today, the Scottish Government has announced its intention to ban the use of snares in Scotland, following decades of campaigning from Scottish animal welfare charity, OneKind. OneKind strongly welcomes the Government’s proposal, which would put an end to the suffering of the wild, companion and farmed animals frequently trapped in cruel snares. Snares are archaic […]

Angus Health & Social Care Partnership has now completed the roll-out of Care Opinion across Angus. Angus Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is committed to receiving feedback about people’s experiences of health and social care services in Angus and use this information to inform and improve services in the future The roll-out of Care […]

Four primary schools in Angus will trial School Friendly Zones to improve road safety, encourage families to walk, cycle or scoot and create a healthier environment around schools, when children return after the summer holidays tomorrow (Tuesday 15 August 2023). Angus Council’s Communities Committee approved plans (on Tuesday 23 May 2023) to see traffic restrictions […]

Visitors to Montrose Museum can enjoy a cuddle with the help of some furry friends – Therapets. Therapets are entirely voluntary and involves registered dogs – and their owners – visiting a range of settings including hospitals, schools and other institutions on a regular basis to provide “pet therapy”, bringing friendship and companionship to everyone […]

On Tuesday 8 August, thousands of young people across Scotland will receive the results for their Nationals, Highers, Advanced Highers, National Progression Awards, Skills for Work Awards, National Certificates and Awards. These results will allow young people to take the next step on their learning journey; either continuing at school, moving on to college or […]

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