Articles by ATC Editor

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.

Covid 19 Information

We recommend that you follow the links below for the most relevant and up to date information. VisitScotland.org:https://www.visitscotland.org/supporting-your-business/advice/coronavirus Scottish Tourism Alliance: https://scottishtourismalliance.co.uk/sta-update/ Angus Council Business Support; https://www.investinangus.com/covid-19/ Business Gateway: https://www.bgateway.com/coronavirus-business-support-across-scotland Scottish Government Business Guidance; https://www.gov.scot/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance/#businessesandemployers

Angus businesses prove that they have an appetite for an Angus Food & Drink Network.

It is an undisputed fact that Food and Drink are an absolutely vital component of the Tourism industry. It is at the heart of the experience that customers have and can make (or break) their feeling for the region. Food Tourism is now a key opportunity for local food and drink producers and based on

Learning Visit to Belgium in April 2020

Do you have an interest in tourism? Would you like to take part in a learning visit to Belgium in April 2020? This learning visit will be offered to individuals in the local community of Angus, who are involved directly or indirectly in tourism. Participants can include individuals from businesses, community leaders or volunteers. The

Annual General Meeting 2019

  Our members came together at Murton Farm Tea Room on the 14th of October to hear from the Board about the Cooperatives’ actions over the past year and to engage in a workshop to help prioritise some actions for the future. An informal and friendly sign-in with Board member Louise Nicoll of Newton Farm

September Angus Learning Trip #FD2020

Part of the ATC’s collaboration on the EU Leader project, Flourishing Destinations involved hosting, alongside our partners, a delegation of visitors from Belgium and Romania on a five day tour of Angus. The visiting groups involved would be made up of individuals who were involved within their own tourism communities. Our mission was to try and