Articles by ATC Editor

Ask Angus

Invest in Angus are running a visitor information project called ‘Ask Angus’. The project was created after it was identified that a lack of a Tourist Information Centre and Information Points through Angus has created a gap in the customer journey. The project will focus on working with and supporting businesses to share their knowledge

Insiders Guide to Angus – Message for Businesses

As many of you will be aware, on the 10th of May the Insider’s Guide to Angus was launched by Visit Angus. The guide is made up of 100 unmissable experiences and is split in to 10 categories which are made up of Beauty Spots; Hidden Gems; Nature & Wildlife; Visitor Attractions; Coasts & Waters;

Feeling Fine and Sandy with Visit Angus

Insider’s Guide to Angus featuring 100 Unmissable Experiences Kickstarts Tourism in the Region   From vast sandy beaches to historic Pictish stones, Arbroath Smokies to wildlife hot spots like Montrose Basin, Visit Angus has today (Monday 10th May 2021) launched the Insider’s Guide to Angus – 100 Unmissable Experiences.  Shining a light on the vast

Funded positions now in place to support ATC

Angus Tourism Cooperative is delighted to announce the appointments of Norma Lyall in the role of Development Worker and Nick Warren-Bennett in the role of Membership Coordinator. The primary purpose of these new roles is to work in tandem with the ATC towards its vision, this is to be a thriving membership organisation working together

Angus – A Year-Round Destination for Wildlife Watching

Any time of year is perfect for watching wildlife in Angus.  Home to the most amazing iconic Scottish species you could hope to see, the landscapes they call home are amongst some of the most beautiful Scotland has to offer.  As we leave Winter behind and enjoy the first hints of spring, this is as

Wellbeing and Walking in Angus

I must admit that, if I think about choosing between catching up on watching Netflix or walking, walking would possibly come second. In fact, if I had to choose between walking and any of my not-so-guilty pleasures, like baking triple-chocolate gluten free brownies or shopping online, I would choose the latter. But, when I think about the

New ATC website

The Angus Tourism Cooperative is always looking for ways to better connect our members and never has the time been more important for this than now. For many of us our days tend to involve more time online and most of our networking takes place across various social media and digital platforms. With this in

Angus Tourism Catch Up

Join us on Tuesday to talk tourism with other businesses in Angus. Visit Scotland, Business Gateway and Angus Council will be available to answer questions. Share challenges, innovation stories and help shape the next steps for tourism in Angus. Contact alison@murtontrust.org.uk for joining information.

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