The organisers of Arbroath’s Homecoming event in April are looking for groups to join in with the celebrations.
Arbroath Abbey is seeking to develop links with France and the USA to promote the importance of the historic Angus landmark.
The 690th anniversary of the Declaration of Scottish Independence's signing was marked in Arbroath yesterday, as a week of Tartan Day events began.
History has been brought to life at one of Angus's most famous landmarks as visitors from far and wide flocked to celebrate the 691st anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath.
This weekend's Arbroath Sea Fest will be the ''highlight of the boating year'', it was yesterday claimed.
Organisers of the Arbroath Sea Fest have revealed that more than 30,000 visitors are expected at this summer's event.
Another week, another new Audi.
King Robert the Bruce was among those this week taking a closer look at images of Arbroath which are brightening up the town's railway station.
A weekend of special events marking the heritage and culture of Angus attracted crowds of people to Arbroath.
A £10 million plan to revive production at the ‘spiritual home of Scotch whisky’ in north Fife has unearthed some exciting archaeological artefacts, discovers Michael Alexander. Standing amid the ivy-clad ruins of Lindores Abbey in north Fife, it’s possible to imagine the day when in 1298 a battle-wearied William Wallace and his men strode through the east gate fresh from a skirmish with the Earl of Pembroke’s men at the nearby Battle of Blackearnside.