The Angus Glens - five glens from West to East like the fingers of a hand - each one with its own special characteristics and each one well worth a visit - not just through this website, but also in person. As you explore you will discover hidden glens and hidden gems in this wonderful corner of Scotland.
Discover the vibrant and distinct communities that will welcome you to each glen. Every community has contributed to the evolution of this website, showing how communication and cooperation can bring people together and that promotion of a wider area is of benefit to everyone.
Whether you want to know more about the history and culture of this unique environment or find somewhere to stay when you visit us or just to look at our attractions and services, this website can help you discover the Angus Glens - naturally.
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In last year we have registered a community owned co-operative, commissioned detailed plans for a fibre network and are working on a public consultation.
Carrach Wind Farm
Open Meeting 6pm Wed 20 July at Kilry Hall
A formal planning application has been submitted to Angus Council for constructing a 9 turbine wind farm at Carrach Hill about 1 mile west of Kingoldrum on the B951 (Planning Ref. 11/00554/FULL). This would be the first wind farm in Angus.
An open meeting is being held by Kirriemuir Landward West Community Council at 6pm on Wed 20 July in Kilry Hall to discuss this application and determine their response to it.
It has been brought to the management committee's attention that we may have unintentionally had several copyrighted images in use on this website. We have removed the images that Undiscovered Scotland have claimed copyright over.
It has always been the our policy to carefully avoid using copyrighted images and if we have accidentally breached this we apologise fully. The website committee and people who add updates for us have been reminded of the importance of only using text and images that we have full permission to use.
Angus Glens Website Management Committee
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