The purpose of this site is two-fold
1. To provide a focal point for the exchange of information for residents and those interested in the village of Kirkton of Auchterhouse
2. To provide information on the history of our village, following a Local History exhibition held in April 2000.
New Mobile Library Timetable from Jan 16 - Click here (PDF format). (last page, last section)
Business page updated here (16 Dec 15)
New Guide to Accessing Local Planning Applications on Angus Council website. Click here or go to Community Council main page
Community Council Email List information page. Click here or see the entry in the Community Council section of the navigation menu on the left of each page
Community Council members page (updated 20 Nov 2014) Click here
Date of Next Meeting: Thursday 18 February 2016 at 7.00pm.
There is plenty of room here and on the many individual pages for your news items.
Please send any contributions by email to info@ auchterhouse.com
Longer items can be placed on the individual pages with a link from this page.
We can usually have your news on line well within 24 hours.
The Auchterhouse Newsletter
The Auchterhouse Newsletter is available in PDF format on this site. Click herePlease send Aileen Baird firstname.lastname@example.org any articles/content that you would like to be included in the next edition due in May.
These can include any news or comments on local organisations/ clubs/ groups, events, charity fund raising or special announcements.
Eassie, Nevay & Kirkinch
Forfar Dramatic Society
Last Tango in Little Grimley
The Last Panto
Saturday 20 Feb 2016 at 7.30pm
Join the Community Council Email List
See the new Email List information page from the Community Council section of the navigation menu on the left of each page or Click here
Grewar's Farm Shop
Just opened at Dronley Farm, Muirhead.
We are passionate about providing top quality local produce. As local and as fresh as possible. Everything is 100% Scottish and as close to our farm as we can get.
A wide range of hand made cheeses, meats, sausages, steak pies, jams, chutneys and confectionary and a local selection of in season vegetables, many of which are grown on the farm here at Dronley. We also sell a wide range of home cooked wholesome ready meals and offer a range of artisan breads - freshly baked every morning