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NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND Public flag dedication ceremony of the new official Aberdeenshire flag held by The Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire at NTS Castle Fraser on Saturday 22 April. Winning design by pupils of Newtonhill School, Stonehaven and Elrick School, Westhill, as voted by the public, triumphing over 800 global entries in a competition organised […]

Angus residents are being encouraged to have their say to improve health and wellbeing in their area by getting involved in an upcoming Live Better, Longer event. Hosted by Angus Council, Angus Health and Social Care Partnership and ANGUSalive, the Live Better, Longer event on Thursday 11 May, 9.30 am to 1 pm at the […]

Every day tens of thousands of Brits are unfairly handed parking fines: here’s how to fight them Despite the cost–of–living crisis leaving thousands of British families unable to eat, the private parking industry is booming and set to have a record-breaking billion-pound year. With millions of drivers robbed by cowboy private parking firms demanding extortionate […]

The Angus Prevention and Proactive Care Programme Group are committed to working with communities of Angus and a wide range of stakeholders to increase healthy life expectancy and reduce health inequalities. In Angus we have taken inspiration from projects around the world to improve people’s health and wellbeing but want to get your views as […]

Hedgehog Awareness Week is organised by the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and takes place every year. It aims to highlight the problems hedgehogs face and how you can help them. This year the charity is asking people to ‘Think Hedgehog!’ Look at your garden or greenspace (or local park, school grounds, etc) and imagine how […]

ANGUSalive were pleased to host a range of Community Sports Coffee Nights across Angus between 20 and 30 March 2023. The Coffee Nights provided an opportunity to bring together sports clubs, community organisations and local physical activity providers to start conversations about what Community Sport Hubs are, and the role of sport & physical activity […]

We are an independent charity affiliated to the Riding for the Disabled Association. We provide equine therapy for children and adults living with disabilities and illness. The benefits for our participants are huge! For example improved core strength, balance, coordination, communication, confidence, posture, flexibility, social interaction, good fun and generally a total sensory and mindful […]

Theatre goers are in for a real treat this spring with a brand new production forming part of the Abbey Theatre’s programme. The Doacter’s Surgery has been written by ‘Beryl Ponsonby’, the pen name of theatre regular Laura Barnes, who also stars in the play along with her friend and partner in crime Hilary Roberts. […]

Angus residents can now feedback on local health services following the Angus launch of Care Opinion on Tuesday, 4 April. Angus Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is committed to hearing from Angus residents about their experiences of using health services. Patient feedback will be used to inform and improve service provision going forward. Gail […]

To celebrate National Walking Day on Wednesday 5 April 2023, ANGUSalive are taking part in a series of Health Walks showcasing the many and varied benefits of walking. Health Walks are a free, low level, short walk in the company of others and led by trained Health Walk leaders who are normally volunteers. Although they […]

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