You will be able to get support for Universal Credit at the Carnoustie Library.
Since 1921 we have stood for and provided support to veterans and their families.
When servicemen and women return to civilian life after serving with the Armed Forces some are in need of community and friendship, maybe as a result of their experiences in the services or purely because they are no longer part of the ‘military family’ they had come to rely. We make a difference every day to the lives of those veterans through our comradeship and befriending programme, developing strong communities and supporting remembrance.
Our large family network is spread across Scotland and helps support veterans and their families to get on with their lives and assists those who require assistance.
Here at Angus Cat rescue, we are committed to a single goal; we strive to make the world a better place for cats. A group to help people in crisis with their cats, for help, advice and help with re-homing.
Angus Cardiac Group is a patient led support group which was established in 1992 with a view to supporting cardiac care and rehabilitation in Angus through member support, social contact, fundraising, partnership working with health professionals and the local authority, and the promotion of patient involvement with the NHS. Membership is not confined to those with coronary heart disease but is open to partners, carers and family members of those with cardiac disease.
THE PURPOSE OF THE GROUP IS TO SUPPORT CARDIAC CARE AND REHABILITATION IN ANGUS BY:
Supporting Group members
Facilitating social contact
Raising funds to support the activities of the Group
Working in partnership with health professionals and others
Promoting patient and public involvement with the health service
Actively seeking new member
ANGUS CARDIAC GROUP IS OPEN TO:
People with coronary heart/cardiac disease
Partners, carers and family of those with cardiac disease
Involved health professionals
Any person interested in the aims and activities of the Group
Anyone with any other long term condition
CURRENT MEMBERSHIP OF ANGUS CARDIAC GROUP CONSISTS OF ALL OF THE ABOVE.
William Wallace House
Orchardbank Business Park
The charity ANGUSalive is the culture, sport and leisure trust for the county of Angus and has been operating since 1 December 2015. We are ambitious and aim to provide the best services for our customers.
ANGUSalive offers residents and visitors to Angus a wealth of services which inspire healthy, active and creative lifestyle choices through the use of our sports centres, country parks, theatres and venues, museums, galleries, archives, libraries and ACCESS offices. We have five service areas which form our culture, sport and leisure offering:
Museums, Galleries & Archives
Sport & Leisure
Theatre & Venues
ANGUSalive has almost 500 employees, led by a chief executive and senior management team. The chief executive reports to the ANGUSalive board which comprises of five independent directors and four council directors who are Angus Council elected members.
It promotes, operates and delivers services on behalf of Angus Council.
ANGUSalive is a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No. SC499155 and is a registered Scottish charity No. SC046133. Registered office Angus House, Orchardbank Business Park, Forfar, DD8 1AN.
Emma has been working in Active Schools in the Carnoustie cluster for 10 years. Prior to this she worked as a sports development officer in Dundee. Sport has played a huge role in Emma’s life since childhood and she participated in a wide range of sports during her school and university years. Football however was her main sport where she competed in the Women’s Premier League. Outside of work Emma enjoys fitness and has a passion for travel.
Dementia Football action Braid Hall Kinloch Care Centre 2.30-4pm first Tuesday of every month
Contact Craig Murray 07884 446971 or Lorraine Young 07876743666
Every Friday at the Health Centre 2-4pm. Just turn up!
Why not drop in for a cuppa and a chat. Find out what this new volunteer chat & craft group have to offer you! No experience needed. 2pm till 4pm.
You don’t have to dance. You don’t need a partner. Dances are not strenuous.
Suitable for any age group. Positive benefits to health. Helps improve mental alertness. Relives stress and aids circulation. It’s about fun and making new friends.
We are a self-financing, not for profit social club.
£2 each Session
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
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org; 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
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.
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.
Our demographic covers the Local Authority Areas of Angus, Dundee, Fife and Perth & Kinross. We have 6,257 youngsters enjoying Scouting across the Region, ably assisted by 2,106 Adult volunteers.
We are the third-largest of the eight Regions in Scotland, just behind Clyde and South-East Scotland.
We have ten local Districts that are responsible for supporting the 370 Sections that deliver Scouting locally. Links to these ten Districts (Arbroath & Montrose, Dundee, Dunfermline, Glenrothes & Levenmouth, Kirkcaldy, North Angus, North-East Fife, Perth & Kinross, Rosyth and South Angus) are given on the Districts Section of this website so if you need to contact one of them please use the contact information provided there.
The Districts are responsible for supporting the Progressive Training Scheme that all our young people follow and which links well with the Scottish Government’s Curriculum for Excellence programme.
Our Badges and Awards encourage Successful Learning; our focus on the outdoors and residential experiences encourages Confident Individuals; our youth involvement policy encourages Effective Contributors; and our superb Community Impact projects develop Responsible Citizens.
Unfortunately, we have a lack of willing adult volunteers and as a result we have over 500 youngsters on Waiting Lists, desperate to join their friends in the adventures that we provide, but who are unable to do so.
We are fully committed to flexible volunteering, so whatever little time that you have or skills that you can offer, we’ll be delighted to make use of them.
Please use the JOIN tab on this website to express your interest in becoming involved.
The Regional Team are responsible for supporting Districts with some of the specialist functions – Adult Training; Adventurous Activities, Communications; Development; Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, International; and Youth Involvement. Much of their role is in sharing best practice and providing guidance and advice based on their experience.
We have a Closed Facebook Group that all adults with roles within the Region are encouraged to be members of and we use it to share ideas and advertise opportunities or resources that would benefit Scouting locally.
Life-changing adventure and skills for life is what Scouting is all about. Scouting helps young people acquire practical, character and employability skills including:
These are the Skills that Parents (and Employers) consider it’s important for young people to gain.
We know that those who are members of Scouting locally are gaining these skills and that we are contributing to their personal development, but we would like to be able to offer Scouting to more young people across East Scotland in the years ahead.
Scouting is a part of our communities, not apart from it and each year contributes substantially to local charities and to local environmental projects and you can read more about this great work in regular newsletters and our Annual Reviews.
If you are looking to contact Scouting, but are unsure of the most appropriate person to approach, please use this website and the Regional Team will endeavour to identify who can help you.
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.
“People have problems which can overwhelm them and cause distress of varying degrees and many have no-one to talk to as they have a limited support circle or they can’t share e.g. family worries with family members” (NHS Tayside GP)
Based in Health and Social Care contexts, Do You Need to Talk is a service that promotes wellbeing by offering an active listening service. The service helps people explore their deepest hurts and draw strength from their own inner resources and those of the communities of support around them.
The service is a short term, early intervention model of person-centred, assets based listening with the aim of promoting personal and communal wellbeing.
“I came away with a feeling of optimism. I have since taken positive steps to make some changes in my like, which have improved my mental and emotional wellbeing.” (NHS Tayside patient)
Angus – Services Available to Patients of:
Arbroath – West Practice, Springfield Health Centre Kirriemuir Health Centre
Brechin Health Centre Monifieth Medical Practice
Carnoustie Medical Practice Montrose – Annat Bank
Forfar – Academy Montrose – Castlegait
Forfar – Lour Road Montrose – Townhead
Forfar – Ravenswood
Dundee – Services Available to Patients of:
Ancrum 1 Nethergate
Broughty Ferry Park Avenue
Coldside Princess Street
Erskine Terra Nova
Perth & Kinross – Services Available to Patients of:
Alyth Medical Practice
Blairgowrie – Ardblair Medical Practice
Kinross – Loch Leven Medical Practice
Perth – City Medical Practice
Perth – King Street Practice
Perth – Whitefriers Surgery (Red Practice)
STRIDE is a registered charity (SC044225) which aims to relieve poverty and alleviate suffering of African people in Angus and Dundee city, Scotland and the wider UK.
STRIDE organises and coordinates events aimed at bringing together both African people and other people in the local neighbourhoods in planning on things like local community engagement activities, gardening activities, helping young people with career choices, signposting Africans to other agencies for support with problems such as abuse, gender-based violence, mental health and other social/economic problems.
STRIDE predominantly works in Angus and Dundee city councils.
Social isolation and loneliness are major causes of mental health problems and other anti-social problems amongst inter-generational African people in Angus and Dundee city. Due to their migratory pattern, some African families are isolated due to lack of extended families for support and lack of a community project to bring them together.