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There was an air of excitement in Auchmithie last weekend when members of the Heritage Auchmithie Arts Residents committee and artists met to make final preparations for the long-awaited Arts Festival. Several of Auchmithie’s historic cottages, the school, village hall and church will open their doors to exhibit all manner of creative and unique work; […]

A new partnership between the NSPCC and Britain’s four Gas Distribution Networks (GDNs) will deliver vital safeguarding training to more than 18,000 workers across the country. Half a million children suffer abuse and neglect a year in the UK, and almost 60,000 calls were made to the NSPCC Helpline last year from adults including utility […]

Big-hearted folk all over Angus are being asked to sign up to Alzheimer Scotland’s Memory Walk this year to raise vital funds to support people living with dementia across the country. Scotland’s Memory Walk takes place over the weekend; 15-17 September. The idea behind Scotland’s Memory Walk is simple – Your Walk, Your Way. People […]

ANGUSalive have pulled off a major coup by securing a deal with National Theatre Live, allowing them to beam live performances of some of the biggest theatre productions in the UK at the Arbroath Webster Memorial Theatre. National Theatre Live are a world-leading distributor of broadcast and filmed-live theatre where their productions have been seen […]

Kirriemuir Regeneration Group is a not for profit organisation. The purpose of the group is to engender community support and work with other local organisations to re-vitalise Kirriemuir and make it an interesting and enjoyable place which people will want to visit and re-visit, taking on projects within Kirriemuir for the benefit of the community.The […]

PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide is the UK charity dedicated to the prevention of suicide andthe promotion of positive mental health and emotional wellbeing in young people.PAPYRUS exists to reduce the number of young people who take their own lives, by shattering thestigma surrounding suicide and equipping young people and their communities with the skills […]

We now have a comment from Lord Black of Brentwood as well as Save The Asian Elephants CEO Duncan McNair. This Bill is amongst the most important animal-related bills ever in the UK, protecting millions of endangered animals worldwide. Lord Black of Brentwood comments: “Cruelty to animals is an abhorrence. While we have an excellent […]

As part of Angus Council’s Agile programme, from 21 August 2023, the Angus Health and Social Care Partnership teams currently located in Panmure Street, Brechin will be moving to the Montrose Town House, 119 High St, Montrose DD10 8QR. The teams moving include the Older People’s Team which support Brechin and Montrose, the Community Mental […]

Childline delivered more than 4,000 counselling sessions, including 273 in Scotland, to children and young people with worries around body image and eating disorders 40% of these counselling sessions take place during the summer – June to September Ahead of the holidays Childline reminds children the service is here to support them Childline, the counselling […]

The Angus Rural Mobility Hub has been awarded £10,000 of funding by the Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) to explore the development of green hydrogen for use in the heavy-duty vehicle sector. The study, run by the University of Dundee, Angus Council and Dalhousie Estates, will focus on developing renewable hydrogen production to decarbonise heavy duty […]

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