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Arbroath Signal Tower Museum to reopen its doors  Museum to reopen its doors
Museums & Galleries | News Story

Arbroath Signal Tower Museum to reopen its doors Museum to reopen its doors

After six months of closure, ANGUSalive is looking forward to opening the doors of its Signal Tower Museum in Arbroath from Friday 2 October, 2020.

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Enjoy Fun Outdoor Activities with ANGUSalive this October
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Enjoy Fun Outdoor Activities with ANGUSalive this October

ANGUSalive is pleased to offer a great selection of activities for all interests at our Country Parks and Sports Centres to keep school children entertained this October holiday. All activities take place in a safe, supervised, open air environment.

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Call for applications from artists and makers in Angus
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Call for applications from artists and makers in Angus

The Angus Visual Artist and Craft Maker Awards (VACMA Angus) are now open for applications to a second round of funding.

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ANGUSalive set to open Sport & Leisure doors once again
Sport & Leisure | News Story

ANGUSalive set to open Sport & Leisure doors once again

After nearly six months of closure, ANGUSalive is looking forward to welcoming back the Angus community to its Sports and Leisure centres next week.

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Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp and Couch to 5K sessions at ANGUSalive Country Parks
Countryside Adventure | News Story

Outdoor Fitness Bootcamp and Couch to 5K sessions at ANGUSalive Country Parks

Exciting outdoor activities combining aerobic, strength training and speed elements as part of an interval training programme are being introduced this September by ANGUSalive’s Countryside Adventure team.

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Nearly 400 people take part in Angus’ online summer reading challenge
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Nearly 400 people take part in Angus’ online summer reading challenge

ANGUSalive’s Summer Reading Challenge attracted 382 children and adults who were set the task of reading six books over the school summer holidays. The annual reading challenge normally sees participants visit their local library to borrow books, but this year the initiative was moved ‘online’ due to lockdown.

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An update on reopening from ANGUSalive
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An update on reopening from ANGUSalive

ANGUSalive Sport & Leisure venues will begin reopening from 14 September, 2020 - the original date set by the Scottish Government. This is to enable the important safety processes and procedures to be put in place as well as complete the necessary training for all employees.

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ANGUSalive is gearing up for Family Bike Bubble Sessions
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ANGUSalive is gearing up for Family Bike Bubble Sessions

An exciting outdoors activity to increase access to cycling is being introduced this July by ANGUSalive following four months of closure due to COVID-19. ‘Are you Ready to Pedal – Family Bike Bubble Sessions’, which is a pilot project, will start from Friday 17 July at Monikie Country Park. There will be a selection of bikes on offer for children and adults to borrow, enjoy and ride for free. Bikes include two-wheelers, mountain bikes, wheelchair bikes, tandems, side-by-side bikes, trikes and hand bikes. The project’s aim is to support everyone to access cycling in a safe environment, ensuring participants can enjoy the physical and mental benefits of cycling. The event will follow ‘Covid-Secure’ safety guidelines.

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ANGUSalive launch podcast with Dundee author Wendy H. Jones
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ANGUSalive launch podcast with Dundee author Wendy H. Jones

ANGUSalive has been awarded a Live Literature Award from the Scottish Book Trust that will fund a podcast with the acclaimed author and renowned international public speaker Wendy H. Jones. Award winning Dundee author Wendy H Jones has written many series including DI Shona McKenzie Mysteries, Cass Claymore Investigates, Fergus and Flora Mysteries, and Bertie the Buffalo Picture Book.

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Survey reveals appetite for a speedy return to ANGUSalive venues
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Survey reveals appetite for a speedy return to ANGUSalive venues

An ANGUSalive survey has shown that over 40% of customers said they’d return to their local ANGUSalive sports centre as soon as it reopens and over 40% would return once they know how their sports centre is complying with government requirements. ANGUSalive in partnership with Community Leisure UK and MyCustomerLens conducted the survey in May.

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