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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,

Angus Social Enterprise Network

Our aim is to promote, support and develop social enterprises in Angus and to provide a space for collaboration and partnership working. Angus SEN was established in March 2019 following 18 months of consultation with the third sector to develop the Angus Social Enterprise Strategy and 3 year action plan. The main purpose of Angus

Hospitalfield House

Hospitalfield is an arts organisation located at an outstanding historic house in Arbroath. Scott Byrne manages multiple operational areas at Hospitalfield as General Manager, including private hire and hospitality, services and facilities, as well as collections and grounds management. The house and grounds at Hospitalfield are the vision of the artist Patrick Allan Fraser who

Angus Alive

The charity ANGUSalive is the culture, sport and leisure trust for the county of Angus and has been operating since December 2015. ANGUSalive is a registered Scottish charity No. SC046133. ANGUSalive offers residents and visitors to Angus a wealth of services which promote healthy, active and creative lifestyle choices through sports centres, country parks, theatres and

Kirriemuir Regeneration Group

Kirriemuir Regeneration Group (KRG) are a community group which was established in 2015 when Kirriemuir’s Camera Obscura was under threat of closure when the National Trust for Scotland handed it, and the Barrie Pavilion on Kirrie Hill in which it is housed, back to Angus Council. The Group, which consists totally of local volunteers, have