Visit the Angus Glens

The six Angus Glens - Glenisla, Glen Prosen, Glen Clova, Glen Doll, Glen Lethnot and Glen Esk - offer miles of travel along twisting roads that offer great views and quiet driving or cycling.

The Glens include 10 Munros (mountains over 3,000ft) and a host of history. Glenisla is best accessed from Glenshee or Alyth, while Kirriemuir is the start point for Glen Prosen and Glen Clova, whch continues into remote and wild Glen Doll.To the east, Brechin acts as the gateway to Glen Lethnot and Glen Esk.

Each of the Glens has it's own character, but all of them offer great delights to drivers, cyclists, walkers and nature lovers.

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016

Our 2016 Annual General Meeting takes place on 11th May from 7.00p.m. at The Angus Hotel.

Please click here to see the Agenda for the Meeting

You can register for the AGM on Eventbrite here 

The AGM part of the evening will take approximately 30 minutes. Thereafter, it will be followed by a series of short talks

  • TALK BY VISIT EAST PERTHSHIRE - “Expo 2016”
  • TALK BY VISITSCOTLAND - “Expo 2016 – the legacy”
  • TALK BY DAVID WILSON - Public artist who designed the Riverside salmon sculpture
  • TALK BY CHRISTOPHER MULLIN - Owner of The Rookery Craft Mead.

This will be followed by Mead tasting courtesy of The Rookery, canapes and a chance to network with other members and guests.

Membership

The AGM event is, of course, open to all BEPTA members, and invited guests. Only paid up members are entitled to vote at the AGM. New members may also join at the AGM, before the commencement of formal proceedings, upon payment of the appropriate fee. Please note that the new subscription year commenced on 1st April 2016.

If you are an individual or a business who has an interest in tourism and would like to come to our AGM, please email us on visiteastperthshire@gmail.com

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