At first blush Ferrari and Forfar may not seem obvious stablemates, but there was an era when Scots fancying a Prancing Horse from the array of Maranello thoroughbreds could hit the high road to Angus.
Community asset transfer
A Fife club for people with disabilities has had a bid to purchase new premises rejected.
The Angus Cycle Hub is back on track to plan for its future after Angus Council agreed a community asset transfer of its new base in Arbroath.
Plans are being drawn up for a cycling first in Angus with the creation of a bike library scheme for the Arbroath and Carnoustie area.
If you’re reading this in Forfar, you’ll likely agree that that up Bummie alone and in the dark is scary and exciting in equal measure.
Angus Cycle Hub has hit a major bump in the road over plans for a Community Asset Transfer of its new Arbroath base.
After 14 years leasing its current premises, a community group which celebrates the history of Monifieth is under threat unless a community asset transfer to new premises goes ahead .
Plans to create a 3G sports pitch in Hill of Beath, the home town of Scotland legend Jim Baxter, are on target.
Hopes are high the Traill Pavilion in Montrose can be returned to its former glory.
A fight to bring a £2 million community centre for Monifieth is entering a make or break period.