#ScottishHousingDay event in Forfar

Wednesday 19 September is #ScottishHousingDay.

We’ll be hosting a popup event in Forfar – see below

Forfar Housing Day event

You can see what elese is happening in Scotland on Wednesday using the hashtag #scottishhousingday






Neighbourhood Watch- Help make your neighbourhood a safer place

You can help make your local area safer in a various ways, whatever your skills and availability.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch is a community led initiative to bring local residents together to address crime and other community safety issues. Behind the initiative lies a very simple idea, working together can help to improve your community. Neighbourhood Watch groups often work with the local police, the local authority and other agencies.

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There is no one way to run a Neighbourhood Watch.  A Neighbourhood Watch should meet the needs of the community it serves Neighbourhood Watches can be large, covering most of the households on an estate, or can be small and might involve just a few houses.

The groups may meet frequently or keep in touch via e-mail, social media, community noticeboard or a regular newsletter.

Signing up for alerts

To ensure that you are always included in relevant alerts and information, please register with Neighbourhood Watch Scotland by clicking the JOIN button on the website.

To access information on Neighbourhood Watch groups, meetings, communication in your local area see the Neighbourhood Watch website.

Unforgotten Forces Newsletter



Unforgotten Forces project supports older military veterans in Scotland . The initiative has been created by a collaboration of 15 organisations to deliver a range of services to former armed forces members age 65 and over.

To find out what support is available, see the Unforgotten Forces Newsletter. Further information re referrals and contact details are included on the final page.

Unforgotten Forces Newsletter No.2 Summer 2018


See the previous posts related to military veterans in Scotland:

Angus Council re-signs commitment to military covenant

Help for veterans and their families in Angus