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

Insiders Guide to Angus – Message for Businesses

As many of you will be aware, on the 10th of May the Insider’s Guide to Angus was launched by Visit Angus. The guide is made up of 100 unmissable experiences and is split in to 10 categories which are made up of Beauty Spots; Hidden Gems; Nature & Wildlife; Visitor Attractions; Coasts & Waters;

Feeling Fine and Sandy with Visit Angus

Insider’s Guide to Angus featuring 100 Unmissable Experiences Kickstarts Tourism in the Region   From vast sandy beaches to historic Pictish stones, Arbroath Smokies to wildlife hot spots like Montrose Basin, Visit Angus has today (Monday 10th May 2021) launched the Insider’s Guide to Angus – 100 Unmissable Experiences.  Shining a light on the vast

Embracing Technology Post-Pandemic

The shock of the lockdown in March 2020 forced us all to seek ways in which we could support each other to navigate the perils of the pandemic. Businesses and individuals urgently embraced technology as a means of connection and communication with peers and colleagues. As with so many businesses and organisations, Hospitalfield was forced

Funded positions now in place to support ATC

Angus Tourism Cooperative is delighted to announce the appointments of Norma Lyall in the role of Development Worker and Nick Warren-Bennett in the role of Membership Coordinator. The primary purpose of these new roles is to work in tandem with the ATC towards its vision, this is to be a thriving membership organisation working together

Join Our Team – Recruiting Now!

We are delighted to be recruiting for two individuals to join the ATC as Development Worker and Membership Coordinator. The positions will be offered on a self-employed basis, with more information available on each position below. The ATC have been successful in securing funding from the Sector and Destination Operational and Market Readiness Fund. The two