VARIOUS cultural and historic buildings in Angus are taking part in this year’s Doors Open Day this month.
It allows members of the public the opportunity, free of charge, to take a look at some of the iconic buildings in the county.
Angus Council has continued its involvement in Doors Open Day, which is held throughout Scotland on varying weekends throughout September. Entrance to some buildings requires pre-booking so visitors are asked to check first.
Venues and dates of opening are as follows:
Angus Archives, Restenneth Priory, Forfar - today (Friday).
Guide Dogs, Forfar; Sheriff Court, Forfar; Milton Studio, Glamis; and Seaview Primary School, Monifieth; all tomorrow (Saturday).
Abbey Theatre, Arbroath; Royal Observer Corps Museum, (limited spaces left); Airlie Monument, Cortachy; Pictavia, Brechin; and Logie Schoolhouse, Logie, By Montrose; all tomorrow (Saturday) and Sunday.
Fire Station, Arbroath; Lifeboat Station, Arbroath; Cortachy Castle, Cortachy, (fully booked); and Kinnaird Castle Farnell, by Brechin; all Sunday (September 18).
For more information on Doors Open Day visit www.angus.gov.uk/doorsopen or contact Angus Council’s natural and built environment by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01307 473265.
Details of the other Doors Open Day events throughout Scotland can be found at www.doorsopendays.org.uk