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Carnoustie Baptist Church
101-103 High Street

We are a small family-oriented church who meet each Sunday at 11am, with a creche, Sunday School and Youth Group. All are welcome to join us. We also meet through the week for Bible Study and prayer, and have the following community groups:

– Knit & Natter, 1st and 3rd Monday of each month, 2-3.30pm, tea & coffee etc provided. A group for those with an interest in knitting, crochet, crafting; no skill level required, all are welcome even if just to chat!

– CBC Toddlers, Tuesdays (term-time), 9.15-11.15, £1 per child to cover costs, tea & coffee etc provided. A group for parents, grandparents, childminders, carers and pre-school children from birth upwards. Play, weekly craft, snack, and song time.

– 1st Saturday of the month (not July/August), Men’s Breakfast, 8.30-10.30. Breakfast provided, discussion on matters of faith and friendship.
Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland
3rd Floor, Rosebery House
9, Haymaket Terrace
EH12 5EZ

Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland works locally in Angus

to improve the quality of life for people after a stroke,

or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.


We can:-

provide vital advice, support and information

Freephone  0808 801 0899



arrange group and 1-1 support in hospital and in your local community


provide volunteering opportunities across Angus

Talking Point
Laing Park, Pitskelly Road, Carnoustie
A mental health initiative of Carnoustie Panmure FC, under the banner of ‘Gowfers in the Community’

Talking Point provides a relaxed, safe, non-judgmental environment for men to talk about their state of mind and how it affects their lives. There is no requirement to speak, but we recognise the challenges and stigma of mental health difficulties, particularly among men, and hope to provide a place to help change this.

Meets 7pm, 1st Wednesday each month, currently at Laing Park, home of Carnoustie Panmure FC. Tea & coffee etc provided.

See facebook for regular details
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Angus Active Schools

Volunteering opportunities

Active Schools provides a number of exciting volunteer opportunities to those interested in sport or physical activity. Through volunteering with Active Schools you can help out your local school and community as well as gain valuable experience of coaching and working with children and young people.

could you help?
do you have a little time to spare?
could you help lead activities for children?
would you like to gain a qualification in coaching sport or leading other activities?

If so, then think about volunteering with the Angus Active Schools team.

Active Schools relies heavily on volunteers to assist with and run various clubs around Angus. You don’t have to be sporty to lend a hand – just enthusiastic! We are looking for people to help out with a range of activities. From woodland walks to after-school sports clubs – there is something for volunteers of all ages and abilities. The time commitment is up to you and training will be provided.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering is an ideal way to get involved in sport and physical activity, develop new skills and stay engaged in a sport. Volunteering can be a rewarding activity which helps you to meet new people and take on new challenges through roles such as coaching or administration.  There are many reasons to volunteer in sport – volunteers make sport happen and create the next generation of sporting stars.  You could be giving back but you’ll also be helping make sport happen, without people like you, sport would not work!

sense of achievement
use your existing skills and learn new skills valuable in other areas of employment
satisfaction of doing something within your own community
receive training
gain qualifications
free Disclosure Scotland PVG (normally £60.00)

What skills can I expect to gain and develop?

Sport is looking for enthusiastic and confident people just like you to take on a variety of roles.  And sport will give back to you too!  Did you know that being involved in a sports club can give you the same energy boost as having a pay rise?

Skills and qualities you could expect to develop:

self esteem
speaking to groups
managing accounts and budgeting
event organisation

t: @ActiveSchAngus

Angus Cycle Hub
33 Market Place
DD11 1HR

Angus Cycle Hub Community Interest Company is a social enterprise partly run by volunteers and dedicated to supporting and developing cycling.  The project encourages people to lead healthier lives and reduce short car journeys and co2 emissions in Angus through cycling.


provide cycling, Bikeability and Bike Maintenance coaching and training
organise cycling and MTB events and workshop
run social and guided rides
have a community cycle hub and bike recycling workshops
provide local cycling information  
provide bike hire 
offer skills track hire
offer second hand and recycled bike sales
clothing, parts and accessories
01241 873 500
Angus Independent Advocacy
60 High Street
DD11 1AW

Angus Independent Advocacy is an independent organisation working alongside vulnerable people to help them have their voice heard and safeguard their rights.  We work with people who are at risk of being unable to safeguard their rights, and who may have:

mental ill health
a learning disability
an acquired brain injury, or
are an older person.
01241 434413

Montrose group meet on the last Monday of each month (except December) at the Links Medical Centre, Montrose 2pm-4pm.

Edzell group meet on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at the Health Centre Edzell 2pm-4pm.

Carnoustie group meet on the last Wednesday of each month (except December) in The Parkview Health Centre 2pm-4pm.

Forfar group meet on the last Friday of each month (except December)in the Academy Medical Centre 4pm-6pm.

The group is a self help support group who have regular monthly meetings with speakers on various subjects, as we feel that good information and communication is important in the self management of our conditions and the more we know what is available to us, the more we are able to cope with everyday life.

During the group sessions we also have relaxation and seated exercise sessions so there’s maybe something you can take and enjoy at your leisure which will help you manage a little better.

Our group is open to all members of the public who suffer from or care for someone with a long term medical condition, not only from the Angus area but also from Dundee. We have a signpost links page on our website and we have a small library of DVDs, CDs and leaflets available to our group members. There is no charge for attending any of our meetings and a list of speakers is on our website at

We are a charitable organisation run entirely by volunteers, operating throughout Angus producing CDs of local news for blind and partially sighted people.  We provide a monthly CD, with the local news for your area, delivered free of charge to your door. We have teams covering the local newspapers in Arbroath, Brechin, Carnoustie/Monifieth, Forfar/ Kirriemuir, and Montrose. We are always looking for volunteers to read extracts from the local newspaper at a recording session held once a month, taking no more than an hour, and volunteers who are proficient with laptop use to help with recordings.
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Angus Voice

The aims of Angus Voice are:

To influence the strategic direction of Adult Mental Health Services locally, regionally and nationally, and contribute to their overall improvement;

To support Contributors to become actively involved in the planning, development, evaluation and improvement of mental health services delivered by the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors in Angus;

To raise awareness of mental health issues within the wider community, including in Further Education establishments; and challenge the stigma associated with mental ill health.

Why is Angus Voice Important?

People with direct experience of mental health problems have a unique perspective and expertise. Collective advocacy is an opportunity to harness this expertise and use it to benefit and influence the ways in which mental health services in Angus are developed and run, to educate professionals and the public, and to empower and influence contributors’ lives.


We work across Angus, and our office is based in the Angus Independent Advocacy building at 60 High Street, Arbroath DD11 1AW.

Website Address

We’re always keen to hear from people who have lived experience, and who have made use of mental health services in Angus.
For more information, telephone Participation Development Workers (job share partners) Sheila 07760 753293 or Callum 07736 679399 or email or
07760 753293
Kinloch Care Centre
Kinloch Street

Fancy doing something positive and getting out the house for a few hours on a Saturday. Meeting new people, catching up with old friends, this could be the place for you. We want to promote positive mental health and wellbeing in Carnoustie and the Angus area.

Carnoustie and District Horticultural Society organise the Annual Carnoustie Flower Show each August in the Carnoustie Leisure Centre. Further details and show schedule contact Andrew Child (Chairman) on 01382370450 or visit our web site 

01382 370450
Carnoustie Baptist Church
101-103 High St

Carnoustie Baptist Church is a church in Carnoustie, planted from and still in partnership with Central Baptist Church in Dundee, and a member church of the Baptist Union of Scotland. The first service was held in March 2011 at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel, and we now meet at 101-103 High Street, opposite the War Memorial. The following statement gives a summary of some of our core beliefs:
‘We hold to the historic truths of the Christian faith believing in one God in three Persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. That the Bible is the inspired word of God. We also believe that Jesus Christ is the only hope for a broken world and that through his atoning and substitutionary death on the cross he opened up the possibility of forgiveness and relationship with God through faith in Him alone.’

We meet every Sunday at 11am, and everyone, including families, is welcome to come along. Children can go to the Sunday School during part of the service, while parents are welcome to keep younger children in our crèche area at the back of the hall and continue to enjoy the service; there is also a separate crèche room if needed.
After every service tea and coffee are served, which is one way the congregation can get to know one another and care for one another better.

Some of the other things going on in the church include the Knit & Natter group (2pm, 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month) and the Men’s Breakfast (8.30am, 1st Saturday of each month). We also are run a Summer holiday club for primary school-age children!

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Some useful names…

Pastor: John Toller (; 07793 889530)
Deacons: Iain Kelman, Jill Main, David Mitchell, Dorothy Bruce
Pastoral Care Links: Jill Main
Sunday School team: Marta Mitchell, Moira McDonald, Gemma Toller
07793 889530
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Carnoustie Camera Club
Woodlands Primary School
79 Queens Street

Carnoustie Camera Club was formed in 1961 and we aim to encourage interest in photography by way of talks, exhibitions, competitions, workshops and excursions. Our members meet socially to share skills, ideas and we participate in internal and external competitions in order to find inspiration and hone our photographic skills.  The club is informal and welcomes people of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels. Learn to get that camera off of the automatic settings; start taking control and create images that you did not think were possible. Push yourself in the competitions and get work published!

Meets:  Alternate Friday evenings 7:30 pm until 9:30 pm (September until April)

To offer an environment for children with varying disabilities to play and socialise with others.

0782 811 0953
Comrie Hall, Links Avenue


CMS currently produces an annual main show in March, usually staged in Carnoustie High School theatre. The hall is readily converted to a small community theatre, which has proved very successful for our cabaret productions, known as Comrie Cabaret. We are currently rehearsing for a new cabaret-style show taking place in September.

New members are always welcome. We meet on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in Comrie Hall. If you would like to sit in on a rehearsal, please do come and join us. We are always happy to hear from prospective members, so feel free to contact the secretary or president for further information. We are a very friendly society with a wide age range of members.
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Carnoustie Panmure Football Club

Carnoustie Panmure Football Club are a Scottish Junior football club from the town of Carnoustie, Angus. Formed in 1936, they are nicknamed the Gowfers due to the town’s well-established links to the sport of golf. They play at Laing Park, to which they moved in 2004, having previously played at Westfield Park
Newton Hall, Panbride Church, Arbroath Road


Friday evening meeting, once a month from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Meeting place Newton Hall, Panbride Church, Carnoustie.

Notes: Aims to enhance members’ knowledge and enjoyment of classical music through musically illustrated talks.

01241 853017
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Dibble Tree Theatre, 99a High Street


The group’s home is Dibble Tree Theatre and during the year presents a pantomime, two full-length plays and two one-act plays. There are currently over 150 members. The club is affiliated to NODA (the National Operatic and Drama Association) and to SCDA (Scottish Community Drama Association). The group has a busy social calendar, has an active youth presence and enters productions in the SCDA Competitive Festivals.
01241 411359

The four Family Support Teams provide services for children, young people and their families aged 0-16 years, providing a range of early intervention services on an individual and group work basis.  Services are provided depending on the needs of each child and family.



Child and Family Centre

East Mary Street


DD11 1PR

01241 870163



Carnoustie Access Office

26 High Street



03452 777 778



Fairlie House




01575 576970



Broomfield Resource Centre

Broomfield Road


DD10 8SY

01674 678509

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For Carnoustie
89 High Street

For Carnoustie is a new and very local Charity (SC043098)

The Charity aims to provide funding to local organisations and individuals based in Carnoustie and surrounding area which provide a benefit to local people and/or the local community.

We aim to raise these funds in our Charity/Community shop on Carnoustie High Street which opened in January 2012.

Once we secure the long term financial stabliity of the shop we will begin to distribute funds raised.

The distribution of funds will be agreed by For Carnoustie’s 12 trustees who have been working in the background during late 2011 to bring the project to fruition.

In April 2012 we received our Charity number from OSCR.

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