For good leisure facilities, great environment, excellent schools, and housing at reasonable prices, Angus really scores. Bustling towns with good local shopping, friendly pubs and restaurants, good road and rail links, and some of Scotland's sunniest weather, all mean you'll be glad you made the move.
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Find out about the latest funding opportunities for Community Groups in Angus 4 Community.
The Angus Funding Newsletter has been running for over five years now, and has produced over 80 issues in that time.
In the May 2013 newsletter, the funding opportunities cover the areas of:
Also included in the May 2013 newsletter is information about forthcoming events, funding websites, awards and news about local groups that have been successful in receiving funding.
Previous Angus Funding Newsletters
View all of the previous Angus Funding Newsletters.
Snowdrop Festival at House of Dun
4th March - 15th March 2013
The National Trust for Scotland invites you to visit the House of Dun during the Scottish Snowdrop Festival.
There are a number of cultural and environmental projects currently taking place in Angus, as listed below.
If you know of any projects that could be included here, then please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Angus Mental Health Association strives to provide excellent quality support services and activities in community settings for people experiencing mental health difficulties throughout Angus. Find out more about the Angus Mental Health Association.
The Angus Credit Union is a community co-operative which has a common bond of 'live or work in Angus', which simply put means membership is open to anyone living or working in Angus.