Our fostering team held a charity bake sale (Tuesday 14 May) during Foster Care Fortnight to support a local children’s charity and raise awareness of the need for foster carers in Angus.
Friday 17 May 2024
Exceptional young people from across Angus have been honoured at a special event shining a spotlight on the incredible achievements of Angus care experienced young people.
Friday 17 May 2024
At Full Council on Thursday 9 May 2024, Angus councillors will be asked to give the go-ahead to market Angus House, the council’s head office, allowing the council to consider future options for the use of the building going forward.
Friday 3 May 2024
Young people in S1 to S3 from Brechin High School have taken the first step in developing the local school and community garden and allotment by planting over 400 trees in the land at Brechin West.
Monday 29 April 2024
A new poignant and permanent memorial to honour all those in Angus who have lost their lives or been injured at work has been unveiled at Forfar Community Campus yesterday (Sunday 28 April 2024) on International Workers’ Memorial Day.
Monday 29 April 2024
Angus Council is starting recruitment for a Chair and board members to become the new Arbroath Town Board that will decide how to spend funding of up to £20 million, awarded to the town as part of the 2024/25 UK Government budget Levelling Up fund.
Friday 26 April 2024
Primary school children from Angus attended a STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) careers event today (Wednesday 24 April) at Hayshead Primary School in Arbroath in a bid to ignite young minds and inspire them to take up careers in the industry. Over 70 children attended the first of six STEM careers event, where they got the chance to find out about the diverse range of STEM careers available and experience interactive activities from local businesses/organisations.
Wednesday 24 April 2024
Angus Council, trade unions and young people will come together at Forfar Community Campus on Sunday 28 April at 11.30am to commemorate people injured or killed at work at a special remembrance event marking International Workers’ Memorial Day.
Tuesday 23 April 2024
What would help or encourage you to walk or cycle more to work, school or during your leisure time? Angus Council is looking for your suggestions and ideas on what could be done to make Angus a cycle and walking friendly area.
Tuesday 23 April 2024
This Thursday sees a by-election to elect a councillor to our Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim Ward.
Published on Monday 22 April 2024
An administrative error has been identified in the issuing of postal votes for the Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim by-election.A proportion of postal votes were delivered to the wrong addresses by our supplier. This is understood to specifically be in the Letham area.
Published on Thursday 18 April 2024
Local Angus celebrity and much-loved Angus Council colleague, Robert ‘Bob’ Moir has picked up Arbroath’s Citizen of the Year Award.
Wednesday 17 April, 2024
A recently completed phase of path works at Elliot Links connects with adjacent resurfacing works and improves a 200-metre stretch to the Balcathie level crossing.
Published on Tuesday 16 April 2024
Angus Health and Social Care Partnership’s three adult learning disability resource centres, Lochlands in Arbroath, Lilybank in Forfar and Rosehill in Montrose have been recognised for their commitment to excellence in supporting autistic young people after achieving the National Autistic Society Advanced Award.
Tuesday 16 April 2024
Published on Monday 15 April 2024
Changes to how we recycle household waste at the kerbside are coming, including new glass recycling points.In line with neighbouring councils, glass will no longer be collected in your grey recycling bin but will be required to be disposed of at glass recycling points.
Friday 12 April, 2024
Care experienced children and young people are set to be recognised at an awards ceremony on Friday 3 May 2024 at the Webster Theatre in ArbroathThe Angus Promise Awards organised by Angus Council and the Angus Promise Team will shine a spotlight on the incredible achievements of care-experienced children and young people.
Published on Thursday 11 April 2024
Today (Wednesday 3 April) saw a start to the construction of a new accessible walking, wheeling and cycling route through Arbroath.Arbroath A Place for Everyone, will be a once-in-a-lifetime, transformational project for Arbroath and a catalyst for the development of further projects to support the regeneration of the town.
Wednesday 3 April, 2024
Polling for the election of one councillor for Angus Council’s Arbroath West, Letham and Friockheim Ward will take place between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 25 April 2024.Nominations closed at 4pm today and the following candidates will now stand in the by-election –
Published on Thursday 21 March 2024
The price of charging an electric vehicle at charging points maintained by Angus Council will increase from Monday 1 April 2024.The price will go up to 55p per kWh on all slow, fast and rapid chargers. 
Thursday 21 March, 2024
We want people in Kirriemuir to have their say on the possible renaming of Cumberland Close.
Monday 18 March 2024
The dedication and service of one of Scotland’s longest serving community councillors has been acclaimed by Angus Provost Brian Boyd.Ivan Laird has been a steadfast member of Kirriemuir Landward East Community Council for almost 45 years, serving now and for most of that time as its chairman.
Published on Thursday 14 March 2024
Storm repair works next to the Seafront Splash Playpark at Traill Drive, Montrose, are due to be completed tomorrow (Friday 15 March).Completion of this concrete work to help protect the promenade and, a tidy up of the area, will allow this section of road to re-open and for public parking to be available again.
Published on Thursday 14 March 2024
The Scottish Book Trust has awarded seven Angus early years providers with the first Early Years Reading Awards in Scotland.
Wednesday 13 March 2024
Stagecoach East Scotland are due to make changes to local bus services operating in Angus on 29 April.The proposed changes to commercial and subsidised services are part of a wider SES review that was carried out over the past year and will happen at the same time as changes being made in other local authority areas.
Published on Wednesday 13 March 2024
Residents, communities and businesses across Angus are invited to drop in to roadshow events and visit the “Floodmobile” to get advice and ideas on flood protection, equipment, and insurance information from partners Angus Council, Flood Mary, Scottish Flood Forum, SSEN and the fire service. 
Friday 8 March 2024
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt today (6 March 2024) announced that Arbroath is to benefit from ‘endowment-style' funding and support worth up to £20 million, to deliver projects over the 10-year lifespan of the UK Levelling Up The Long-Term Plan for Towns fund.
Wednesday 6 March, 2024