Angus has loved welcoming visitors again after lockdown. We would normally have welcomed thousands of visitors to our beautiful county over the spring and summer months and we have missed meeting old and new friends during this time.
Angus is currently in tier 3 of Scottish Government Covid-19 restrictions. Only travel to Angus if it is essential – refer to gov.scot for more information.
To help plan your trip to Angus safely, here are some helpful tips below;
When restrictions are lifted, here are our tips for traveling below;
- Check the venue opening times before you visit, as these may have changed
- Venues may be operating a ticketing system and bookings may have to be made in advance
- Be aware that not all facilities or venues will be open
- If the location you are visiting is busy, consider going somewhere less crowded
- Make sure you follow the current guidelines on face coverings – on public transport, in shops and indoor venues
- Be mindful of the current health and safety guidance on social distancing rules and hygiene
- Be respectful towards residents in the villages, towns and communities you are visiting
- Leave only footprints – take home memories, and your rubbish, and help keep Angus looking beautiful.
See below some key information from the Scottish Government:
From 23rd September:
- People are not permitted others from different households indoors. This applies to holiday accommodation also – if you are staying in a hotel, bed and breakfast or similar accommodation, you should not have more than one household staying in each room booked.
- A maximum of six people from two different households can meet outdoors or in public indoor spaces such as cafes, pubs and restaurants.
From 25th September:
- Pubs, restaurants and all hospitality settings will be required to close at 10pm. This includes hotel bars.
- Table service will continue to be required in all hospitality premises.
F – Wear a face covering
A – Avoid crowded places
C – Clean your hands and surfaces regularly
T – Keep a two metre distance from others
S – Self isolate and get tested if you have symptoms
Play parks open from Monday 29 June 2020.
Browse the places to visit in Angus as well as places to eat and stay. Whilst we are working hard to ensure the information on our website is up to date, we would strongly suggest that you check with the venue operator if they are open before visiting their site. They may also provide additional information prior to your visit.