East Haven Together

East Haven is one of the earliest recorded fishing communities in Scotland dating back to 1214. Residents and friends of East Haven take responsibility for looking after the beach, community gardens and public toilets. They aim to provide a warm welcome to visitors at the same time as caring for the environment and ensuring that

Buy Angus

Led by Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce (DACC) and Angus Council, the ‘Buy Angus’ campaign is putting the spotlight on the diverse range of retailers in Angus. The campaign aims to highlight the range of products available to buy here in Angus, encouraging residents of Angus to shop locally and support local businesses. The

Lunan Bay Communities Partnership

We are a charity set up in 2020 by residents and businesses at Lunan Bay, and our main objectives are to safely and sustainably promote, preserve and improve the natural, historic, built and human environments of Lunan Bay and its immediate environs. To achieve these aims we collaborate with the wider community who have an

DD8 Music

DD8 Music is a registered Scottish charity, dedicated to promoting involvement in musical activities to people of all ages in the Kirriemuir area. They run a rehearsal and recording studio in Kirriemuir. It is a space where people can have the freedom to experiment with music, and be encouraged to develop their talent. The group

Angus and Dundee GeoSciences Society

This society is dedicated to honoring the lifetime work and achievements of Paul Ewing, geology teacher at Arbroath High School. He inspired 100s of students into the scientific field of geology and the wider geosciences. This society aims to inspire 100s more! Its current focus is on Angus County, the Mearns and the City of

Friockhem Park Community Volunteers

Friockheim Park Is A Local Park Centred In The Middle Of Angus, There is lots of fantastic facilities at the park & nearby including The Hub & Friockheim – Community Centre – https://www.friockhub.co.uk/ The park is looked after by volunteers & partly by Angus Council. The park can be accessed 24/7/365 for all to enjoy,

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

The Tayside Biodiversity Action Plan has two main aims: to conserve and enhance the region’s biodiversity, taking into account both local and national priorities; and to co-ordinate existing actions, as well as initiating and co-ordinating new ones.

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