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.
Regnal programme click here
Mobile Library Timetable Click here
Kirkton of Auchterhouse Playing Field: a new page has been added under the Societies heading. Click here to go direct.
Community Council members page (updated 20 Nov 2014) Click here
ACWAG AGM 2014 Minutes. Click here
Hall Committe Minutes (updated 25 Apr 2013) available here
Date of Next Meeting:
Thursday 15 January 2015 at 7.00 p.m. in the Village Hall.
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.
Pavement Closure at School
The main street pavement in front of the school will be closed for several days , while the playground wall is being rebuilt. The old wall was becoming unsafe.
Jo Williamson's Final Cancer Charity Wine Tasting
Auchterhouse Village Hall
7pm on 6 December 2014
Try before you buy your festive wines
Click here for details
Jo Williamson needs to know how many people will be going to the wine tasting so that he can order wine and set up the room for the correct number.
If you have not already confirmed your attendance, could you please do so to: - e mail email@example.com or phone Mob 07950414269 and home 01382320260.
Click here for details of special services and village carol singing
The New Auchterhouse Newsletter
The new Auchterhouse Newsletter is available in PDF format on this site. Click here
Articles for the next edition should be passed to Aileen Baird at
These can include any news or comments on local organisations/ clubs/ groups, events, charity fund raising or special announcements.
Dundee Newtyle Railway
`A new video, made by Ron Watt (with music and arial shots by his son Graeme) about the original railway.
(This link to an article in The Courier.co.uk.)