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FULL & ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
A Longer Table
Open in Kirriemuir Town Centre since July 2020, and stocking food staple choices in ecologically friendly packaging, and ethical household and personal care items, including gluten free and vegan.
Supporting unpaid carers in Angus.
8 Grant Road, Arbroath, DD11 1JN
Angus Cycle Hub
Angus Cycle Hub Community Interest Company (CIC) is a not for profit social enterprise dedicated to supporting Cycling and Active Travel. The project encourages people to lead healthier lives and reduce short car journeys and C02 emissions through cycling and recycling.
33 Market Place, Arbroath, DD11 1HR
Angus Place Partnership
Strengthening future creative development across the region. The Angus Place Partnership is designed to encourage participation in the arts, support artists and celebrate the rich culture of the region
Hospitalfield Trust, Arbroath, DD11 2NH
Angus Upcycling Project
The Angus Up-cycling project breathes new life into small items of furniture for re-sale. For people from all backgrounds to learn new skills and at the same time reduce waste and help the environment. View their short video here
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Strathmore Hall, John Street, Forfar, DD8 3EZ
Angus Women’s Aid
Provide emotional support, practical support, including settling in to a new area, help to seek legal/benefits advice, housing support, an outreach service and refuge-a safe place to stay. Their aim is to empower women across Angus to explore their options and make safe choices.
Anne Robertson Brown
7 Lindsay Street, Arbroath, DD11 1RP
Brechin Healthcare Group
Is a community charity dedicated to promoting and supporting good community health and wellbeing in the Brechin, Edzell and Glens area. It is based on the principle that a community should have the right to share responsibility for its own welfare, by playing a valuable role in shaping and delivering services that address specific local needs. Watch their short video here
c/o 16 Clerk Street, Brechin, DD9 6AE
Bridges Coffee House
A joint project between Capstone Projects and the Strathmore Christian Fellowship. 100% of profits go directly to support projects in Uganda.
42 Bank Street, Kirriemuir, DD8 4BG
An entirely volunteer run, non-profit organisation that operates heritage steam and diesel hauled trains along the 4 mile branch line between the town of Brechin and the countryside stop of Bridge of Dun. The railway is open on weekends throughout the summer, with all funds being reinvested into the restoration and preservation of the railway.
The Station, Park Road, Brechin, DD9 7AF
Care About Angus
Their mission is to provide the highest level of service to the community, supporting people through a compassionate person-centred approach and enabling them to experience the best quality of life possible whilst maintaining independence in their own home.
5 – 7 The Cross, Forfar, DD8 1BB
Helping children under the age of 10 with learning or behaviour difficulties. Supporting families and teachers and early years professional.
Suzie Repova firstname.lastname@example.org
4-6 Staffa Place, Dundee, DD2 3SX
Community First is about meeting the needs of communities, groups, organisations, business and people. They strive to be a force for good by offering a wide range of support and services to local communities, groups and organisations They help those who help, volunteer and support their communities. You can view a short video about their Social Supermarket project here.
25 North Street, Forfar, DD8 3BH
Is a registered Scottish charity, dedicated to promoting involvement in musical activities to people of all ages in the Kirriemuir area. They run a recording and rehearsal studio in Kirriemuir. It is a space where people can have the freedom to experiment with music, and be encouraged to develop their talent.
29 Bellies Brae, Kirriemuir, DD8 4EB
Discovery Credit Union
A not for profit financial co-operative owned and run by its members, for its members. We provide our members with a safe, secure place to save as well as a place to borrow money. Working in the DD postcodes.
Wellgate Centre, Dundee, DD1 1DB
Provides a wide range of services, activities and learning opportunities for Deaf, hard of hearing and sensory impaired people.
Tayside Deaf Hub, The Old Mill, 23 Brown Street, Dundee, DD1 5EF
Dundee & Angus ADHD Support Group
To support and empower Parents and Carers of children and young people with ADHD. Offering information and advise of services and support available to them. Raising awareness of the condition ADHD through research and to improve tolerance and acceptance of the condition.
To view a short video about this organisation click here
Friockhub, Eastgate, Friockeim, DD11 4TG
Eassie & Nevay Hall
Generally available to both the public and businesses to hire for any event such as weddings, music events, parties, meetings and training seminars.
Balkeerie, Eassie, DD8 1SQ
Home-Start is a local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times. There for parents when they need us the most because childhood can’t wait.
27 Hamilton Green, Arbroath
Dedicated to contemporary art and ideas, Hospitalfield is a place to work, study, learn, visit and enjoy.
Hospitalfield House, Westway, Arbroath, DD11 2NH
Inch Maintenance and Preservation Society
https://impsbrechin.wixsite.com/inchpark or See Facebook C
River Walk, Brechin, DD9 7EU
Kanzen Karate teaches light contact Karate in a safe, fun and friendly environment to individuals across Scotland.
https://kanzenkarate.net/ CC Roy O’Kane email@example.com 21-23 Mains Loan, Dundee, DD4 7AB
Kirrie Connections is a community hub that serves as the base for the Dementia Friendly Kirriemuir Project. The hub is a place where people living with dementia and their family carers can get advice, form new friendships and remain an active part of their community
5 Bank Street, Kirriemuir, DD8 4BE
Kirrie Regeneration Group
Kirriemuir Regeneration Group are a Community group who took over the management of Kirriemuir Camera Obscura as a visitor attraction in 2015 when it was threatened with closure.
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Greenwood, Mid Road, Northmuir, DD8 4PJ
Lendrick Lodge, by Forfar, DD8 1QP
Montrose Community Trust
Love it, or loathe it, football has a unique ability to reach, engage and influence people in a way like no other, and we use such as the context in the development and delivery of an extensive range of community-benefitting programmes that seek to improve the lives of those living in Montrose and the Mearns
www.montrosect.org.uk or See Facebook
Links Park Stadium, Wellington, Montrose, DD10 8QD
The Playhouse is a distinctive facility in Angus for social and cultural events which will enable audiences and participants to see, experience, learn and create in a safe and welcoming. environment.
20C Mount Road, Montrose, DD10 8NT
Murton Trust for Education and the Environment
Murton has a dual educational and environmental purpose. They are situated on a former quarry near Forfar in Angus and manage a thriving nature reserve, visitor farm and tearoom set in 100 acres. Their aim is to provide a unique environment in which children, young people and adults can learn and develop skills for life.
The Steading, Arbroath Road, Forfar, DD8 2RZ
NEWSolutions is committed to empowering communities by building resilience and promoting awareness of mental health and wellbeing within schools, community organisations and businesses.
www.new-solutions.co.uk Gail Penman/Kelly Moir firstname.lastname@example.org 40A Mount Road, Montrose, DD10 8NT
Progress in Dialogue
Progress in Dialogue strives to improve the lives of marginalised communities and to champion grassroots voices from across society. We value conversation and believe that dialogue is key to social change.
www.progressinialogue.org.uk Davie Donaldson email@example.com
Radio North Angus Ltd
Radio North Angus is a company limited by guarantee, with voluntary and charitable status, and operates the Independent Local Commercial Radio Station in Angus. The Local Radio operates 7 day per week, 24 hours a day, with local programming, and serves a population in excess of 60,000 residents including Arbroath, Carnoustie, Monifieth, and a significant part of the county. The signal is also relayed at Montrose Academy, Brechin Community Campus, and Whitehills Health and Community Care Centre, Forfar.
Watch their short video here.
Rosemount Road, Arbroath, DD11 2AT
Relationships Scotland FM Tayside & Fife
4 Dudhope Terrace, Dundee, DD3 5HG
Selkie Rock Adventures
Pavilion Building, West Links Park, Queens Drive, Arbroath, DD1 1GD
Stevie Bell firstname.lastname@example.org
They want to do the right thing for people & planet. Simple. They put ideas into practice. Grow it, Mend it, Fix it, Upcycle it, Recycle it, but don’t waste it.
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8A Elm Street, Kirriemuir, DD8 4DF
The Body Mind Soul Hub
The Body Mind Soul Hub is a not for profit social organisation. We promote and champion trying complementary therapies in order to restore and maintain good physical, mental and emotional,health and wellness. We are also a support umbrella for self employed Holistic Therapists providing rent free space to work from. Therapists are then asked to donate 10% of what they earn to fundraise for 3 incredible charities – Children’s Hospices Across Scotland, Maggie’s Dundee and Women in Need. Watch their short video here
www.bmshub.co.uk or See Facebook C Morna Milton-Webber email@example.com Craigton House, Monikie, DD5 3QN
The Crickety (Brechin Buccaneers)
Supporting all ages of the community through sport and leisure.
The Crickety, Caldhame Place, Brechin, DD9 7EB
The Flourishing Well
A community group of kindred spirits who have lived experiences of physical and mental health issues. We are empathic, heart led holistic wellbeing practitioners, chefs, teachers, nurses and carers . The objects of The Flourishing Well are for the relief of those in need by reason of ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage.
www.theflourishingwell.com Lorna Cameron firstname.lastname@example.org 32C Union Street East, Arbroath, DD11 1BS
The Hope Garden
HOPE is a charitable project providing training and work experience for people with learning disabilities. We grow organic fruit, vegetables and herbs to sell back to the local community. More info
www.hopeorganicgarden.org.uk C Sandra Stewart email@example.com West Way, Arbroath, DD11 2NH
The Hub @ Friockheim
The Hub aims to support all age groups and provide a place for residents to get together socially and groups & clubs to meet in the redeveloped Eastgate Primary School in Friockheim, Angus. Watch their short video here.
Eastgate, Friockheim, DD114TG
The Jock Neish Scouting Centre
Provide accommodation and camping facilities for Scouting and other youth groups.
See Facebook William McDonald 2 Hayloft Tannadice, Forfar DD8 3PZ
The New Story CIC
6 Prosen Road, Kirriemuir, DD8 5AN
The Tembo Centre CIC
Provide quality and comprehensive health and wellness services in order to help all clients reach an overall state of well-being in both body and mind.
98 North Street, Forfar, DD8 3BN
Tri Angus Limited was set up to organise and deliver a new triathlon event in Angus. Our first event was in June 2014 in Montrose. Their long term vision is to organise a series of good quality, fun and safe triathlons across Angus.
1 Muirhouses Farm Cottages, Kirriemuir
Coaching in Communities
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1A Academy Street, Forfar, DD8 2HA
Cairn O Mhor, Ballindarg, Forfar, DD8 1QA
Craig Cantwell Photography
Meikle Crossans Farmhouse, Glamis, DD8 1QX
2 West Port, Arbroath, DD11 1RE