Sunset at Murton

 

The Hub at Friockheim

 

Murton Rural Skills Centre

 

Muirhead & Birkhill Millennium Hall

 

Balgavies on Ice

 

Dementia Connected and Supportive Communities Launch event

 

ENGINE 2019 Exchange

So far, the Angus LEADER Programme has awarded 32 local projects.

32
Projects to date

The previous LEADER programme covering Angus was part of the Rural Tayside Programme and included rural Perth & Kinross.

Find out more about the successful funded projects below.

Greenhillock Glamping

Awarded £20,754

Greenhillock Glamping Improvement Work and Education development

Caledonian Railway

Awarded £31,800

Replacement Station Building at Bridge of Dun

Scottish Artisan Tea Gardens

Awarded £49,550

Tea Gardens of Scotland Cooperation Project between Angus, Fife and Perthshire

Angus Council

Awarded £5,000

Cooperation Development Actions

Lintrathen Cycles

Awarded £8,620.52

Lintrathen Cycles

Brechin Community Project

Awarded £13,457.98

Equipment for Mobile Community Cinema

Angus Council

Awarded £5,000

Cooperation Development Actions

C S Fleming

Awarded £79,206.00

4 Luxury Glamping Pods

Eassie Nevay & Kirkinch Community Association

Awarded £2,543.32

IT Equipment for Resilience Centre and New Website

Angus Alive

Awarded £134,003.00

Mobile Library Community Hub

Murton Farm

Awarded £45,308.50

Rural Skills Centre

Easthaven Together

Awarded £4,032.80

Angus Litter summit

 Kirriemuir and Dean Area Partnership

Awarded £8,634.00

Feasibility Study and Business Case

Muirhead & Birkhill Millennium Hall  

Awarded £55,623.70

New Car Park with LED Lighting

 

 

Community First

Awarded £93,184.20

Office Equipment and Staffing for A Community Based Enterprise Support Network for Small, Micro and Social Enterprises

 Friockheim Community Hub

Awarded £35,554.00

Changing Places Room at their Community Hub

 Kilry Ecopods

Awarded £19,446

Small ecopod business

 

Awarded £

 

FriockHub Ltd

Awarded £139,930

Community Hub Development, at Eastgate, Friockheim

Alinco Farm

Awarded £200,000

Bunkhouse Development near Kirriemuir

Ashbrook Nursery

Awarded £165,786

Café development

near Arbroath

Angus Council

Awarded £2,000

Youth Cooperation development

Citizens Advice Bureau

Awarded £4,000

Feasibility study

We work with a wide range or rural businesses

How Can We Help You?

Overview

Creating a 750M all-abilities path with a picnic area and 5 lay-bys (equipped with bench seating) at Dronley Community Woodland, with a large information board and a new access gate in the car park at the entrance to the path and three information lecterns each installed in different parts of the wood.

Peel Farm view Angus leader
Project

Dronley Community Woodland

Applicant

Dronley Community Woodland

What We Did

supported the development of access and information to a local woodland

Awarded

£35,272 towards total project of £39,195