Angus Council

Farming Scotland Conference

Speakers include:

Jeremy Moody, Secretary & Adviser CAAV - Agriculture policy: Where are we now?

Mike Rivington, James Hutton Institute - Envisioning Scotland's future agriculture under climate change

Kirsty & Aimee Budge, Farmers, Countryfile's Farming Heroes 2018 - Women's work: our journey from sisters to business partners

Ben Pugh, Founder & CEO of Farmdrop - The ethical grocer: reworking the supply chain

New Entrants to Farming: Farm Diversification, Marketing & Adding Value (Angus)

The next instalment of the Angus New Entrants group will be a workshop based on diversfificaion within a farm business.  With margins tight on farm it is an ideal time to think about other options for diversifying that will work alongside the main business.  This meeting is aimed at new entrants to farming who would like to know about where to start if considering diversification or how to develop an idea into a product.

Events and Festivals Workshop, Forfar

As part of EventScotland’s ongoing programme of local learning and development opportunities we are pleased be working with Angus Council to deliver a FREE Engagement & Update session for Angus based event organisers on the afternoon of Thursday 29 November at the Royal Hotel, Forfar.

Scottish Smallholder Festival

The Scottish Smallholder Festival is Scotland’s largest smallholder event, celebrating the best of Scottish smallholding, growing and craft.

Organised by smallholders, it is aimed at all those with an interest in the productive use of small land holdings.

Can Do Places

Ian Scott of Can Do places would be interested to hear from LEADER areas wishing to develop a cooperation project.

Find out more
Tea Gardens of Scotland
Name of organisation/business: 
Artisan Tea Gardens Ltd
£99,100 from Angus LEADER, Fife LEADER and Rural Perth & Kinross LEADER

Video and Audio for the Web

Be Good Be Social are able to deliver this free workshop in partnership with Rural Wisdom thanks to sponsorship from the One Digital programme at SCVO and Home-Start Scotland.

Rural Enterprise Event

Three presentations followed by discussion, questions and networking

Social media for tourism - a beginner's guide

During this session the delegates will be introduced to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Google Plus. Examples of tourism businesses successfully using these platforms will be shared.

Content will cover the basic functionality of each platform, the audience demographic, advertising and analytics features that are beneficial to tourism businesses.

Listening to your visitors and managing feedback

Listening to your customers, directly and indirectly, has never been easier!  This masterclass aims to provide you with the most effective & up-to-date methods of gathering feedback & most importantly, how to use feedback within the business.