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.
8 Grant Rd, Arbroath
Care About Angus is a company developed under the principles of social enterprise providing a home help service. This means the (role of) employees and people receiving home care will have a greater say in the companies activities and the way it goes about business. The new and more democratic approach to service delivery is based on the relationships of trust between the people providing home help services and the people receiving the services. In essence, the means Care About Angus will always act in the best interest of the people involved and provide a unique person-centred service: always positive and actively caring.
Care About Angus offers a local person-centred service to assist people at home with the following;
Light meal preparation
Prescription pick up
Escort to local appointments
(This list is by no means exhaustive)
Typing of any sorts (letters, reports, contracts, tenders, funding applications, business plans)
Spreadsheets (create and/or update)
Create and/or update database for clients details etc.
Health & Safety documentation & risk assessments
Policies and Procedures
Organise meetings, venues etc
Recruitment – place ad, take calls, organise interviews
Day to day recording of all financial transactions using either Excel or Quickbooks or Sage for VAT registered businesses (Making Tax Digital compatible)
Payables and receivables
Statement of Profit or Loss
Statement of Financial Position
Angus Disability Sport
William Wallace House
Orchardbank Business Park
ANGUSalive Buddy Scheme
The aim of this free scheme is to support customers who require assistance in order to access our wide range of facilities.
The scheme provides the customer with the help and support they need to take part as their “buddy” can attend the session free of charge. This is renewed annually.
A letter dated within the current financial year outlining benefit will be required. These can include:
Personal Independence Payment
Disability Living Allowance
Working Tax Credit
Employment and Support Allowance
To find out more about the scheme, please email our Sports Development Officer (Disabilities).
Please note that Buddy Scheme Membership for 2018 expired on 1 November 2018 and individuals need to reapply. Please reapply to Laura Smith on 01307 492488 or email Laura.AP.Smith@anguslive.scot
About Angus Disability Sport
Angus Disability Sport is a registered charitable organisation. It aims to encourage, promote and develop sport and recreation throughout Angus for people of all ages with a disability, in partnership with Angus Council.
Its main objectives are to:
introduce people of all ages with a disability throughout Angus to a wide variety of sporting and recreational activities
create and develop sporting pathways for people of all ages with a disability to realise their full potential in sport
develop a programme of events that satisfies the needs of local people and mirrors national and international initiatives
recruit, support and retain volunteers and coaches
develop effective partnerships with sports clubs, coaches, area sports councils, voluntary organisations, Angus Council, sportscotland and Scottish Disability Sport
establish an efficient management structure, staffing and sufficient resources to enable all aims to be met.
Angus Disability Sport is open to any individual/club/group who is involved with and/or has an interest in sport and recreation for people with a disability who are based in the Angus area.
You can apply to:
Angus Disability Sport
William Wallace House
Orchardbank Business Park
Forfar DD8 1WH
“Bringing local communities together through a sporting chance!”
“Sport for all”
We are a number of sports clubs working together to promote our sports, physical activity, health and well being for everyone in Arbroath.
We look to offer specialist expertise and advice in the sports that we offer to develop sporting talent, as well as opportunities for all to take part in sport at all levels and age groups.
As Arbroath Community Sport Hub we aim to be a constant provider of sport for all individuals looking to participate, coach and/or volunteer.
We aim to reach our overall vision through the following aims:
support a range of sporting opportunities to the community
promote community engagement and leadership
provide training and education opportunities
develop an integrated approach led by local partners/clubs
support self sustainable sports clubs/organisations
improve facility access for local people and sports clubs
Progress so far
Please visit the Arbroath Calendar page, or click on the Calendar bubble above, for more information on what sessions and events the clubs are running this season.
For more information about the work of the community sport hub or to join please email email@example.com or telephone 01307 492340.
We are based in Forfar and our club members come from throughout the Angus area. Club runs are organised for Sundays throughout the year. The speed and distance of our runs depend on who turns up, sometimes we split into two groups, and no one gets left behind to get lost on their own. Evening pub runs take place on Wednesdays through the year.
All of our runs now leave from the new Forfar Community Campus. See the runs list for details.
Club activities cover a wide range of cycling interests and abilities. As well as the Sunday runs we organise a number of Audax events and social away weekends. Club members range from occasional riders through to keen audax eventers and dedicated foreign cycle tourers. A wealth of experience and advice is here for the asking. Our aim is to promote cycling in all of its diversity. New members are always welcome- why not come along one Sunday and find out more. If you are interested contact any club member for further details, we would be delighted to hear from you.”
Club Committee and Contact details
Welfare rights advisors offer free confidential help and advice with:
getting the benefits and tax credits you are entitled to
challenging and appealing benefits or tax credits decisions
eviction and homelessness debt (including rent/mortgage arrears)
charitable/benevolent fund applications
representation at court
Community Justice seeks to prevent and reduce offending in a fair and effective way by addressing its underlying causes, increasing positive citizenship, increasing public safety and re-assurances and reduce costs. It is vital that the model includes victims and witnesses of crime; people who have offended their families; business and local companies.
If you would like more information on how Community Justice works in Angus contact us on 01307 492150. For a look at the national picture visit Community Justice Scotland.
Visit our unpaid work page if you are a member of a group or organisation in Angus and you have a community project that community service unpaid workers can assist with.
The Angus Community Justice Partnership brings together stakeholders from the public, private and third sectors to develop and deliver a Community Justice Outcomes Improvement Plan. Angus Community Justice priorities have been identified in line with the National Community Justice Strategy.
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.
The Angus Adult Protection Committee is chaired by an Independent Convenor and has a range of statutory, private and voluntary organisation representatives.
The committee is responsible for ensuring agencies work together to protect adults who may be at risk of harm.
The committee performs a number of crucial functions in Angus including the coordination of training for professionals and other staff, the development of policies, procedures and protocols, ensuring the effectiveness and quality of local adult protection services through continuous improvement and the provision of public information about adult protection.
Community First UK and Dundee SEN are working in partnership to deliver the Angus Business Connections (ABC) project which aims to bring people together for support and training. ABC will listen and provide opportunities for peer support, specialist advice, training events and mentoring as well as create new business collaborations.
Supporting micro, small & social enterprises
Angus Business Connections supports micro, small and social enterprises in rural Angus.
We are keen to engage with local enterprises that would be beneficiaries of this support and to hear what your ideas and experiences are.
Because we are funded through European Angus Leader, we can provide business support free to those who qualify.
Micro, small or social enterprises based in areas of a population of 10,000 or less within Angus Scotland.
Our aim is to build a more connected and supported enterprise community in Rural Angus.
At present we have over 1,850 houses in management, mainly throughout Angus, however over 550 are located in Dundee. Our housing varies in type, size and location. Our houses range from bedsits to 6 apartment houses.
If you are looking for a new home, you can obtain an application form either by downloading one from our web site or contacting one of our offices.
23 Brown Street
Tayside Deaf Hub is the Community Centre where Deaf Links, Dundee Deaf Sport and Social Club and Tayside Deaf Forum are based.
Deaf Links run services, activities and learning that truly reflect the needs of deaf and sensory impaired people in the area, empowering them to become equal and active members of the communities they live in.
Located on the ground floor of the Old Mill in Brown Street, Dundee, near the city centre, Tayside Deaf Hub premises are extensive.
Community Cookit is a Tayside wide community health initiative delivered in partnership with NHS Tayside, Health & Inequalities Team and Perth & Kinross Council. The initiative uses a Train the Trainer model, whereby individuals are provided with a basic level of nutrition knowledge and guidance on how to plan and deliver a cooking skills course in the community. The training is centred on the use of the C.A.N. Cookit Resource, which comprises of a selection of recipes, posters and nutritional game activities. The resource was originally developed by NHS Ayrshire & Arran, and has since been further developed by NHS Tayside Nutrition & Dietetic Service. Once trained individuals become Cookit Coaches, and can use the C.A.N. Cookit Resource to deliver food skills work with their local community or client group.
In total, the training will take 4 and ½ days and comes in 4 parts:
1. 1 day REHIS: Elementary Food Hygiene (SCQF Level 5)
2. 1 day REHIS: Elementary Food and Health (SCQF Level 5)
3. 2 days Community Cookit
4. Community Cookit follow-up (1/2 day)
For more information or to see future training dates: http://www.knowledge.scot.nhs.uk/taysidenutrition/family-nutrition/community-cookit.aspx Sarah Morrison: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dundee and Angus)
With over 20 years experience in the NHS & Local Authorities in the Health Sector, we are fully qualified, insured and PVG approved carers.
Competent in providing a variety of different wellbeing and support services, flexible over short & long term, as required, we thoroughly enjoy assisting those in need and are offering our services to those in and around Angus.
Our services available include: Personal Care aid, Cooking & Cleaning Domestic Services, Shopping & Recreational Interests, Company & Social Outings, Short break service cover and Pet Care.
We regretfully cannot include assistance with a hoist or similar apparatus as this requires the assistance of 2 or more carers to operate.
If you think you would be interested in what we have to offer, have any questions and would like to speak to one of us, please do not hesitate to get in touch;
Audrey Henderson 07427543294
Wendy Watson 07712276734
Monifieth Athletic FC is a youth football club in Monifieth, Angus. We have teams competing in age groups from under 9’s to under 19’s, and we also run a coaching school for young primary aged children. There are week long training camps during school holidays.
We have SFA qualified coaches at all age groups and our volunteers are all subject to Disclosure Scotland PVG checks. MAFC are an SFA Legacy Quality Mark Club and a registered charity with Scottish Charity Number: SC047019.
Our home pitches are at Riverview, Monifieth, Angus, DD5 4NN.
More information is available from our facebook page: Monifieth Athletic FC And our website: http://www.monifiethafc.co.uk/
We can be contacted through Facebook, website or on details below.
4 Victoria Street
Angus Access Panel provides advice and information service for people with disabilities and their carers.
The Panel covers a wide area. Coastal from Montrose, Arbroath, Carnoustie to Monifieth and Landward from Brechin, Forfar and Kirriemuir. It also includes the beautiful Angus Glens.
The panel consists of a number of volunteers who work from the office based in Forfar.
Office Opening Times:
Monday 2pm – 4pm (call in or phone)