THE POPULAR ‘Doors Open’ event returns this year, allowing access to buildings not normally open to the public.
Doors Open Day allows members of the public the opportunity, free of charge, to take a look at some of the cultural and historical buildings in the county.
Locally, the restored schoolhouse at Logie has been newly added to the list.
This year sees the opening of 15 buildings, including favourites Hospitalfield House, Kinnaird Castle and the Arbroath Royal Observer Corps Monitoring Post.
This year, Doors Open Day covers a number of dates so visitors are asked to check the opening dates and times of individual buildings, and whether access is only by a booked tour.
Venues and dates are:
Hospitalfield House, Arbroath - September 10 and 11.
Angus Archives, Restenneth Priory, Forfar - September 16.
Guide Dogs, Forfar - September 17.
Sheriff Court, Forfar - September 17.
Milton Studio, Glamis - September 17.
Seaview Primary School, Monifieth - September 17.
Abbey Theatre, Arbroath - September 17 and 18.
Royal Observer Corps Museum, Arbroath - September 17 and 18.
Airlie Monument, Cortachy - September 17 and 18.
Pictavia, Brechin - September 17 and 18.
Logie Schoolhouse, Logie, By Montrose - September 17 and 18.
Fire Station, Arbroath - September 18.
Lifeboat Station, Arbroath - September 18.
Cortachy Castle, Cortachy - September 18.
Kinnaird Castle Farnell, by Brechin - September 18.
For more information visit www.angus.gov.uk/doorsopen or contact email@example.com or ‘phone 01307 473265.
Details of the other Doors Open Day events in Scotland are at www.doorsopendays.org.uk