Wild South Esk

The ‘Wild South Esk’ Trail is an exciting exploration along Angus’s largest waterway – the River South Esk – from the Cairngorm Mountains to the North Sea.  The route is 50 miles long and tell the tale of more than 40 native Scottish species including Scotland’s Big Five of golden eagle, red deer, red squirrel,

Tayside Biodiversity

Adventures in Angus

A community Facebook page showcasing what our incredible landscape in Angus has to offer!

Arbroath Cliff Trail

A community group on a mission to create one of the Greatest Coastal Walks in Scotland. With enough support from the local community we can work together to keep our Cliffs beautiful and welcome visitors to Arbroath in 2020 The 4 mile coastal path from Arbroath to Auchmithie is one of Scotland’s hidden gems. Beautiful

Historic Environment Scotland

HES looks after several historical sites in Angus, including Arbroath Abbey, Edzell Castle and St Vigeans Stones and Museums  Arbroath Abbey Extensive ruins of a superb medieval abbey founded in 1178 by King William I. The origins of the most famous document in Scottish history, the Declaration of Arbroath, can be traced back to the

Arbroath Market

Angus Business Connections – ABC

Angus Business Connections provide peer to peer learning opportunities, one to one business support, training events, workshops and mentoring programmes as well as help create new business collaborations through our networking Huddles. Angus Business Connections supports micro, small and social enterprises across Angus. We are from Angus.  We live in Angus and we run our

River South Esk Catchment Partnership

The River South Esk Catchment Partnership is one of four voluntary Scottish catchment partnerships and aims to protect and enhance the rivers catchment area and promote sustainability and rural development opportunities for Angus communities.  The catchment is the area of land drained by the River South Esk and its tributaries and includes its lochs, groundwaters,