Empowering communities to care, our Locality Workers operate within every town, village and community in Angus.

What we do

Our locality workers help third sector groups and organisations, whatever their size, to grow and thrive. We offer support and guidance, connect groups and create networks, foster collaboration, and nurture and encourage volunteering.

Locality workers are based in each of the specific areas, enabling them to have a unique insight into local communities, networks and organisations.  This enables them to effectively support local community groups and organisations whilst offering effective signposting into services, support and volunteering opportunities for the general public.

They work collaboratively with Angus Health and Social Care Partnership to support wider engagement of Angus citizens affected by health and social care issues and those who find engagement with public authorities difficult.

  • Recruit volunteers
  • Identify opportunities to support your organisation
  • Market your opportunities
  • Good practice in working with volunteers
  • Training for volunteer managers
  • Volunteer Friendly Awards
  • Volunteer Managers Forum
  • Sharing information, resources and experience with others
  • Community links for Community Link Workers
  • Working closely to ensure up to date information is available to the Community Link Working team
  • Organisation set up
  • Constituitions/articles of association
  • Board/committee development
  • Promote third sector organisations, community groups, services and social enterprises in Angus on the Community Connector 
  • Find our drop-ins listed below. Alternatively, you can contact your Locality Worker.

Where to find us

If you are a citizen living in Angus or an Angus based third sector organisation/ community group looking for support, pop along to our drop ins or get in touch.