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Angus and Dundee Reports

County Review by sharon on August 19th, 2007
nice picnic parks big play parks

Arbroath, Angus and Dundee

Review of Arbroath by Hugh Powell on May 19th, 2009
Arbroath is absolutly wonderful. The scenery, the walks,the smokies are fabulous. A beautiful seaside town. looking for somewhere to eat? look no further, tutties neuk, i hope i have spelled that right, is fantastic, the staff are so friendly and helpful,as is the owner, his wife, and his daughter. The food is out of this world and is very reasonably priced, and above all the whole place is as clean as a whistle. you will not be sorry you went to Arbroath, trust me.

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Brechin, Angus and Dundee

Review of Brechin by John Ickes on January 3rd, 2009
We lived in Brechin from 1976 until 1979. Although I'm certain much has changed, we found it to be a warm, inviting town with ample resources to live comfortably, and easy access to larger cities. Naturally, the biggest asset Brechin has are the unsurpassed people who live there. We deeply cherish the friendships we made and will always have a deep love for the city.

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Kirriemuir, Angus and Dundee

Review of Kirriemuir by Lois Norrie on April 18th, 2007
I enjoy living in kirriemuir, but the only thing is that there is nothing to do at night apart from go to a pub, and if you want to go to the cinema or ice-skating or any other activity, you need to go to dundee which is 16 miles away, and the bus to dundee takes 1 hour as it passes through Forfar!

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