Category: Updates

Ask Angus – Visitor Information Scheme

Campaign Background The EU Leader Flourishing Destinations Project identified that the lack of a Tourist Information Centre and Information Points throughout Angus has created a gap in the customer journey. This Flourishing Destinations activity was forced to halt due to Brexit and has now been picked up by the Pride of Place tourism working group.

Angus Outdoor Adventure

Like the new logo? The Angus Tourism Cooperative initiative ‘Angus Outdoor Adventure’ is looking for Angus tourism businesses to help put Angus on the map as a top Scottish outdoor destination in 2022. The initiative is keen to hear from businesses of all types…adrenaline & active tourism to slow tourism activity providers. The quirky experiences,

Tay Country Travel Trade Webinar Follow Up

On November 4th, VisitScotland presented an extremely helpful webinar on how businesses can work alongside the travel trade and shared how they can help you gain more visitors. This was presented in conjunction with the ATC and our Development Worker, Norma Lyall played a part in planning the webinar. The webinar came to fruition after

Arbroath Smokie Trail

The brand-new Arbroath Smokie Trail tells the story of the town’s most famous export – the smokie. While taking you on a journey through some of the best places to enjoy the local delicacy you can hear about some of the finest bits of the charming seaside town to visit, including the Arbroath Signal Tower

My Angus – Next Week!

My Angus Week is running from the 20th to the 26th September. The event gives local people the chance to find out about and visit various attractions, venues and experiences in Angus with many offering exclusive discounts or added-value access throughout the week, encouraging residents to be brand ambassadors for the area they live in.

The ‘Wild South Esk’ Trail

From the high, snow-capped mountains of the Cairngorms to the rolling North Sea, the River South Esk is home to some of Scotland’s most iconic wildlife. Angus Tourism Cooperative member, the River South Esk Catchment Partnership, has launched a new 50-mile-long wildlife tourism trail that follows the river as it flows from Glen Doll to

Visit Angus launch app exploring the area

APPy & You Know it Visitors to Angus are being encouraged to explore the area with the help of a new app created and launched by Visit Angus, making it easier to plan trips and encouraging longer stays in the region. A joint initiative by Angus Council and the Angus tourism sector, with help from

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

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