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WRI
    What Tealing Rural (SWRI) Where Tealing Hall When Fourth Thursday of the month, 7-9pm Who Adults, Women Cost   Contact Joyce Barr (President) Tel  01382 812029, Myrtle Brand (Secretary...
Dog Training
    What Tealing Dog Training Where Tealing Hall When Monday evenings Time Beginners 7-8pm, Advanced 8-9pm Who Owners with dogs of all ages, breeds and sizes Cost £2 per session Contact...
Line Dancing
    What Line Dancing Where Tealing Hall When Tuesday 2-3pm , Wednesday 6-7pm Who Adults, men and women Cost £2 per session Contact Margaret Thomson Tel 01382 380322, Email magrottie@aol...
Children's Dancing
    What Highland Dancing Where Tealing Hall When Saturday 2.30-4.30pm Who Girls and boys from age 3 upwards Cost £3 per session Contact Napier School of Dancing, Margaret Thomson Tel...
Church of Scotland
Auchterhouse linked with Monikie & Newbigging and Murroes & Tealing are two linked Church of Scotland Parishes with three worship centres in Auchterhouse, Murroes and Monikie, sharing a minister...
Tealing Community Council
     TEALING COMMUNITY COUNCIL'S ACTION PLAN 2010-15      

What Tealing Community Council (TCC) Where Tealing Small Hall (behind the stage) When  
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The Wednesday Club
    What The Wednesday Club Where Tealing Hall When Wednesday 2-4pm Who Adults, men and women welcome Cost £3 membership fee plus 50p weekly for refreshments Contact Bessie Coventry Tel...
Tealing Guild
    What Tealing Guild Where Tealing Hall When Second Monday of the month from September to April Who Adults, men and women welcome Cost £7 membership fee Contact Bessie Coventry Tel 01382...
Location
The village of Tealing is in the north east of Scotland about half-way between Forfar and Dundee.  It is very spread out over an area of fifteen square miles and has several distinct areas of population...
About Tealing
Tealing is a village in Angus in eastern Scotland, nestled at the foot of the Sidlaw Hills. It is just 6 miles (9.7 km) north of the city of Dundee and 8 miles (13 km) south of Forfar...
History
Tealing's picturesque, slumbering, peaceful and idyllic setting belies its colourful past. Its history includes prehistoric settlement, ancient carvings, Picts, religious rebellion, World War intrigue...
News & Events
For the News Archive 2009-2011 click here   June 2014 The new Kerbside Recycling Service In September 2012 Angus Council began a trial with 5,200 households in Arbroath, Carnoustie and selected rural...
Kid's Zone
How well do you know your village?  The entries for the Prize Quiz are in and the winner will be presented with their prize at Tealing Primary School end of term assembly on Wed 30 June 2010. The...
Angus Council
Angus Council wants to create strong secure communities, an enterprising workforce, and sustainable development over the range of public services for which it has responsibility. We are a customer and...
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Angus Liftshare Scheme Angus Scotland's Birthplace Awards for All  lottery funding information RAF Tealing Airfield TACTRAN Tayside and Central Scotland Transport Partnership Tealing images...
Friends of Tealing
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Tealing History Timeline
<Back to Tealing History This section records, in date order, significant known events in Tealing's history. For easy reference, it presents a snapshot of what has been chronicled in various books...
Ancient times
  This section covers the first 1000 years AD, setting out what little we know about the early settlements that eventually became Tealing. It is fascinating to know that our small...
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To a large extent, the church has defined Tealing's place in history. Most of the villages of Angus started off as parishes within or encompassing the large private estates. And, since it was the Kirk...
Tealing schooldays
Early History 1836                   Compulsory Education in Scotland 1872 Census of Education 1873  Peter McKenzie...
Prominent People
In any area there will be people who are well known and well remembered. This may be because they were eminent in their chosen fields, because they made a particular contribution or because they were...
Community life 1790 - 1909
Daily Life in 1790 Hundreds of years ago the six or so miles between Tealing and Dundee or Forfar must have seemed like distance enough to place the city and the toon "far, far away". In such times, the...
Tealing in the Millennium
In the year 2000 the people of Tealing wanted to celebrate their heritage, make an enduring record of the past and share their pride in the area with others.  Two major projects were decided...
Tealing in the 20th century
The 20th century, perhaps more than any other saw enormous changes take place.  We can easily forget that it is only relatively recently that electricity, telephones, cars, mechanisation, television...
Early History
The first and ancient church was built around 710AD by St Boniface, the papal missionary who, over his lifetime, founded around 150 churches in the north of Scotland. The first three were at Invergowrie...
Rare Inscriptions
Two ancient inscriptions are still contained within Tealing Church. Firstly, for Ingram of Maystr (Archdeacon). It is one of the oldest existing inscriptions in Scotland, and is remarkable for being...
The Reverend John Glas and the "Glassites"
Without doubt, Tealing's most famous Minister was the Reverend John Glas. He was born in Fife in 1695 and came from a family of Ministers. He studied at the universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh and...
The Statistical Accounts
Parish Ministers were also the writers of the records of Tealing Parish for input to the. Statistical Accounts of Scotland -in 1790 (Rev. John Gellatly), 1836 (Rev. David B Mellis) and 1968 (Rev. James...
The Free Church and the Disruption
In 1843, there was a third breakaway from the Established Church in Scotland. This was the "Disruption" associated with Thomas Chalmers and led to the formation of the Free Church. Over 400 ministers...
Two Lusty Angels!
Writing in 1880, Alex Warden in "Angus In Parishes -Tealing" said" in the front wall of the church there is an old sculptured stone, upon which is portrayed a sea serpent. The mason who built the stone...
The 20th Century
In 1889 Samuel Macaulay became Minister of Tealing Parish Church, where he remained until he died in 1925. Rev. Macaulay was very active in the Parish and his name shows up regularly in the School Board...
Congregation Decline
On 1st December 1963, Tealing Parish Church was linked with Murroes under the ministry of the Rev. James Kidd. Rev Kidd had transferred to Tealing just over a year earlier, in April 1962. In the 1967...
The Dream of a Tealing Kirk Heritage Centre
The next minister of Murroes and Tealing Parish Church was the Rev. Helen Johnstone who was appointed on 28 September 1983 and made a bit of history as the first woman parish minister ever appointed by...
Walter McNicoll, the Tealing Geologist, 1827-1908
Walter McNicoll was a native of the Kirriemuir district and came to Tealing in 1850, at the age of 23 years, to work on the Fothringham Estate. For forty years he was in the service of Mrs Fothringham...
James L Purgavie, The Tealing Poet, 1859 to (date of death unknown)
James Lindsay Purgavie came to Tealing in 1885, at the age of 26 years, to take up the position of Gamekeeper on the Estate of Mr Fothringham of Fothringham. He began to rhyme partly to pass the time,...
Sir Stewart Duke-Elder, 1898-1978
Stewart Duke-Elder was born in Tealing on 22 April 1898, son of the Tealing Free Church Minister, the Reverend Neil Elder. He graduated MA (Hons) in Natural Science and BSc with distinction in physiology...
Councillor George Mudie, 1899-1968
George Mudie represented Murroes & Tealing on Angus Council from 1945 until 1968. He had a keen interest and affection for Tealing and was instrumental in having the council houses built at Inveraldie...
Davie Glen, 1909-1978
Without doubt, the name mentioned the most often, when talking about Tealing "characters", is that of Davie Glen. Twenty-two years after his death he is still fondly and vividly remembered by many local...
Dr Lawrence Edward Luscombe, retired Bishop of Brechin
For more than 20 years, Dr L E Luscombe, Retired Bishop of Brechin, better known throughout Scotland to his friends, family and church colleagues as "Ted", has lived in the village of Tealing. This came...
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  We are open 7 days weekly from 9am to 4.30pm, also serving tasty cooked breakfasts, a selection of rolls, toasties, cakes, scones, sandwiches, paninis, baked potatoes, delicious home made soups...
Local business directory
We are encouraging people to use local suppliers and services whenever possible. If you would like your business to feature here, there is a small admin charge of £5 yearly. Send or drop off your...
Local property directory
THE NAME “TEALING”
The name Tealing derives from the Gaelic, meaning "country of streams and waters" The exact date that Tealing became the accepted name for the area is unclear because the history books show that several...
TEALING AREA
The stunning backdrop of the Sidlaw hills was shaped 375 million years ago. It was carved by glaciers and, as the ice retreated through glacial melt water and erosion; several smaller channels were scored...
ANCIENT RELICS OF TEALING
Tealing has several ancient relics.  J. Romilly Allen, FSA Scotland, described Tealing in his paper €œNotice of Prehistoric Remains near Tealing in Forfarshire dated 16 February 1881,...
EARLIEST EVIDENCE OF SETTLEMENT IN TEALING
The earliest evidence of settlement in Tealing is the earth-house in the field at Tealing Home farm. It's one of the largest of such structures found in the north of Scotland. They are often also known...
ST MARTIN’S STONE
As depicted at the excellent Pictavia Visitor Centre in Brechin, the mysterious Picts were farmers, craftspeople, hunters and warriors who were largely converted to Christianity between the fifth and...
THE ROMANS ARRIVE
The Romans arrived in Britain in 55BC, conquering Britannia from 43AD onwards and in 84AD, Julius Agricola won a victory in the Pictish heartland over the" Caledonians", killing 10,000 men.  The...
Robert Hally & Sons
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Buildings and Landmarks
TEALING HOUSE TEALING HALL THE WHITE HOUSE, TODHILLS HALLY'S GARAGE THE CREATION OF THE SMALLHOLDINGS 1937 NEW HOUSES AT INVERALDIE 1954
Tealing - Through the war - Tealing History
WORLD WAR LOSSES THE AERODROME THE TEALING BOMBS PRISONERS OF WAR   <Back to Tealing in the 20th Century index
Tealing - community life - tealing history
TEALING WOMEN'S GUILD (EST. 1909)                           &...
Tealing - other fond memories - tealing history
JAMES R BURNS & SONS, HAULAGE CONTRACTORS, TEALING (EST 1940's) LOCAL SHOPPING  "THE TEALING APPARITIONS" THE WINTER OF 1947 THE 1968 STATISTICAL ACCOUNT AGRICULTURE AND FARMING <Back to Tealing...
Mobile Library
Angus Council launched a new mobile Library on 13 January 2012, which stops outside Tealing Primary school on a regular basis. Times and details can be accessed on the Angus Council website...
Early History
In 1836, the Old Statistical Account for the Parish of Tealing reported "there are five schools in the parish, namely, 1 parochial school and four schools in detached situations, for comparatively young...
Compulsory Education in Scotland 1872
In 1872, the responsibility for education was transferred from churches to elected school boards, which provided compulsory education for children aged 5 to 13 years. The records of Tealing School Board...
Census of Education 1873
Just weeks later, in June 1873, the Minister of the Free Church, The Reverend Duncan Turner, asked for a special meeting of the Board to discuss his proposal that the Free Church School and School House...
Peter McKenzie Schoolmaster 1874 - stability at last
Peter McKenzie became Schoolmaster at the tender age of 26, but appears to have brought about the stability, and improvement in standards, craved by the Board. The Board had, between 1874 and 1876 set...
The Soup Kitchen Saga 1874
The great "Soup Kitchen Saga" of 1884 to 1888 is worth a mention for it appears to have caused a local stooshie of gargantuan proportions! In 1884, all schools were asked by the Education Board to consider...
School Running Costs in 1892
In 1892, the General Accounts for the school showed:-     £ s. d. Salary of Board Officers 8 - - Salary of Teachers 239 4 3 Incidentals 3 3 4 Books 1 19 9 Rent, taxes 6 9 4 Repairs 30...
Our Website Objectives
This village website is developed and maintained by the people of Tealing with strong support from our Community Council and local businesses. Purpose and objectives This website exists to: Provide reliable...
Let's get active!
  Tealing, with its 15 square miles of rolling hills, fields, lanes, roads and open space is a magnet for walkers, joggers, runners, cyclists and horse-riding. It's also within easy travelling distance...
Local Education Authorities Take Over
In 1918, Local Education authorities were established to replace School Boards and the provision of secondary education was made mandatory. Thereafter, it is the school logbook, kept by the head teacher...
World War II
War was declared on 3 September 1939 and the log reports that week, that the Headteacher, as Receiving Officer for children who were to be billeted in Tealing, met a party much smaller than expected 3...
The Fifties and Sixties
Mr Maurice McLean came to Tealing Primary School in 1952. He recalls "When I first went to Tealing the school and the schoolhouse were or more or less unchanged from the 1930's. The headmaster had always...
Centenary Celebration 1972
In June 1972, in common with other schools throughout Scotland, Tealing Primary School celebrated 100 years of compulsory schooling. The teaching team at this time consisted of the Headteacher Mr Sturrock...
Personal stories
To get even more of a flavour of what it was like to attend Tealing Primary School we asked some ex-pupils (aged between 18 and 88) to share their memories. The result is a series of vivid recollections...
Mrs Janet Kirkby
I was born at Hillside, Tealing in March 1912. My father, Adam Key, had to go over the Sidlaw hills on horseback to Glamis for the doctor -no telephones or cars in those days! When I became a pupil at...
Janet (McLellan) Stewart
I attended Tealing Primary School from August 1944, aged five, until 1951 when I left, aged twelve. The head teacher was Mrs Elizabeth Hill who taught primaries five, six and seven. Primaries one to four...
Lindsay Hay
My mum, dad and uncle were all at Tealing School in the 1920's and 1930's. Tealing was still part of the Fothringham Estate, for whom my grand ad worked. My brothers and I attended Tealing Primary School...
Shona Campbell
(with input from younger sisters Kirsteen and Ailsa) I attended Tealing Primary School from 1981 to 1988. When I started I was in Mrs Kohler's class and the school had 50 pupils. By the time I reached...
Tom Strang
In August 1993 I started at Tealing School and I am now in Primary 7. My teacher from Primaries 1-4 was Mrs Chidley, who is still teaching this stage. Since Primary 5 My main teacher has been Miss Hendry...
Linda Hendry
"I started at Tealing School in August 1988 -there were 27 children on the roll. During my time we have had the establishment of a very active P.T.A. and School board: the opening of Tealing Nursery and...
Tealing Women's Guild (Est. 1909)
Mrs Christina Campbell recalls "I can remember very clearly the first night I went to the Guild.  It was a very stormy night of strong winds and showers of hail and sleet.  Mrs Miller, late...
Tealing WRI (est. 1924)
At its height Tealing WRI was the most successful community group in Tealing, if levels of membership determine success - which peaked at around 120.  Women of all ages attended regularly...
Tealing Guides (Est. 1927)
The 1st Tealing Girl Guide Company started in 1927 with Miss Molly Mount of Balluderon as Captain.  She became District Commissioner in 1944 prior to Mrs Margaret Young of Shielhill, 1945-1948. Janet...
The 57th Angus Scout Group (Est. 1937)
There have been scouts in the Tealing area since 1937.  Until 1970 they met at the scout hut at Myreton, but by the late sixties the youth population was concentrated in Tealing and Wellbank.  ...
Tealing Tennis Club (1950-1958)
Tealing Tennis Club was formed in 1950 at a meeting held at the tennis courts, which the RAF had vacated after the war ended.  A Committee was appointed and Mrs Miller, a very enthusiastic lady,...
Tealing Dramatic Club (1950-1960)
The club started around the beginning of 1950 and lasted most of that decade.  It was the idea of the late Mr & Mrs George Mudie of Newbigging and the late Mrs Miller of Moatmill.  It drew...
Tealing Youth Club (1950-1963)
The club was formed in the early fifties and it had junior, intermediate and senior sections.  For recreation, various games, drama, competitions, quizzes, dancing and outings took place.  Halloween...
Tealing Tenant's Association (1957-1972)
In 1946, several young local couples approached Councillor George Mudie seeking help to obtain rented accommodation in the area.  As a result, Angus County Council agreed to convert 10 huts at the...
Tealing Police Station (1960-1969)
PC David Oram was the last "village bobby" to live at the Tealing Station, just off the Forfar Road across from Tealing Wood, from 1960 until 1970.  As a young man, he was posted to Tealing at very...
The Local Registrar (1944-1984)
For generations, registration of births, deaths and marriages was done locally by the school headmaster or minister.  But this was not always the case.  In 1944, the Registrar's Office could...
Coronation Celebrations (1953)
One of the most remarkable mementoes of Tealing is the cine film of the village gala day to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth on 2 June 1953.  The film was commissioned by the WRI and,...
Local Heroes
This is where we recognise individuals who have more recently made an outstanding contribution to our community or who bring great honour to the village through their achievements in the wider world....
Councillor Frank Ellis 1949 - 2009
"Tealing Community Council recognises the outstanding contribution and service to our Community made by Councillor Frank Ellis.  We will always miss his cheery presence around the village and we...
Tealing House
Tealing house was owned successively by the Maxwells of Tealing from the 15th century, the Scrymseours from 1704 and the Fothringham Scrymseours from 1826.  It would appear that when Robert Don (...
Tealing Hall
There have been two Tealing Halls during this century.  The first one, a large timber hall, opened on 24 June 1913 with a concert and dance.  It was situated on the corner across from the Old...
The White House, Todhills
This was an inn situated opposite the end of Whitehouse Farm Road.  It consisted of Ale and Porterhouse and livery stables where the horses were rested or changed on the journey between Dundee and...
Hally's Garage
Mr John Hally was born in 1928 and first came to Tealing in 1935.  He recalls "the winters in the 30's and 40's were much more severe and we were often cut off for days with many vehicles trapped...
The Creation of Smallholdings 1937
In 1937, the estate of Tealing was sold to the Department of Agriculture, for £23,497, to meet the death duties of Thomas Stuart Fothringham.  The Department of Agriculture then leased the...
New Houses at Inveraldie 1954
One of Tealing's most elderly residents, Miss Mabel McLean aged 88 years, recalls " the family moved to Inveraldie Farm in 1937 when Beattie was the farmer, moving to Nether Finlarg in 1939.  From...
World War Losses
The village paid a heavy toll during the First World War.  The war memorial records that eleven young men fell -Private Joseph Barrie, Private James Bruce, Private John Cameron, Lieutenant Archibald...
Tealing Airbase for Fighter Aircraft - Hurricanes, Masters and Lysanders
In 1941, when the MOD decided to build the Aerodrome at Tealing, several farms in the area lost large acreage.  Those hardest hit were Balnuith (240 acres reduced to 90), Inveraldie, Moatmill, Kirkton...
The Tealing Bombs
It was springtime in the early 1940's that the first bombs were dropped in the Tealing area in the field between Leyshade and Myreton Farm (on Leyshade Farm ground).  No one was injured and the target...
Prisoners of War
After the Second World War ended, captured German and Italian prisoners were billeted at a camp in the former WAFF quarters at Shielhill.  In 1949, many of them returned to East and West Germany,...
JAMES R BURNS & SONS, HAULAGE CONTRACTORS, TEALING (EST 1940's)
This family firm was established by James R Burns Snr in the 1940's and is carried on today by James R Burns Jnr under the name of Burns Transport. Dave Burns recalls "the business began with one vehicle...
LOCAL SHOPPING
Before the big supermarkets in Dundee and Forfar opened Tealing had it's own fair share of small local shops. Mrs Wilkie's house and shop (now demolished) was built in 1924 and for the next decade was...
"THE TEALING APPARITIONS"
Mrs Christina Campbell tells the story "for a period in 1950, white apparitions, covered completely in white sheets, floated in and out of the trees whenever anyone came off the bus at Tealing Woods. &...
THE WINTER OF 1947
Miss Mabel McLean recalls "during the '47 winter when I was working in Dundee, one afternoon I met Mrs Fulton of Nether Finlarg who suggested that, due to the worsening weather, I should get the bus home...
THE 1968 STATISTICAL ACCOUNT
Writing in 1968, the Rev. James Kidd reported that the population of Tealing had steadily declined between 1831 and 1931, but had started to pick up when the holdings were rented in the late thirties: &...
AGRICULTURE AND FARMING
The last Statistical Account highlighted the many changes that have taken in place in farming over the last one hundred years.  It said "the land and farms of Angus directly employ about one tenth...
Tealing Primary School Outdoor Classroom
As seen here, our primary school children are now lucky enough to have direct access from their classrooms to the beautifully laid out "outdoor classroom" garden. They are growing a variety of vegetables...
Tealing Primary School Quiet Garden
The "quiet garden" at the school is set just beyond the "outdoor classroom" area in a little alcove. It's a serene place where an individual or smaller group can study quietly. The beautiful garden furniture...
Bessie Coventry, Tealing Hallkeeper
BESSIE COVENTRY, PRESIDENT TEALING WOMAN'S GUILD, HALLKEEPER, PRESIDENT OF THE WEDNESDAY CLUB AND TEALING COMMUNITY COUNCILLOR
Although it will be 50 years in December since I came to stay in Tealing...
Margaret Thomson, Napier School of Dancing
MARGARET at the NAPIER SCHOOL OF DANCING Born and brought up in the Tealing area, I have been involved with Highland Dancing since the age of three, starting off as a pupil in the nearby Murroes Hall....
Agnes Ramsay, President Tealing WRI
MRS AGNES RAMSAY, PRESIDENT, TEALING W.R.I I moved to Tealing when I was married in 1961 and I was first introduced to the "Rural" in the 60's by my mother-in-law who was a founder member and first secretary...
PC Charles Archibald
PC CHARLES REID ARCHIBALD (Retired) It was around Christmas 1988 that I was appointed as the local Police Officer for the Tealing Area. Constable Ian McKenzie who had looked after the area for the past...
Dr L E Luscombe
DR L E LUSCOMBE, RETIRED BISHOP OF BRECHIN AND TEALING SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER It use to be said that to make a village into a community, four buildings were desirable, a church, a school, a shop and a pub...
Councillor Frank Ellis
COUNCILLOR FRANK ELLIS, COUNCILLOR FOR SIDLAW WEST, ANGUS COUNCIL I have represented the Parish of Tealing from 5th May 1994 when I was elected to represent Sidlaw Ward 31 on Tayside Regional Council....
Margaret Mitchell, Tealing Hall Committee
MARGARET MITCHELL, TEALING HALL COMMITTEE I came to Tealing when I got married forty years ago. Back then I think Tealing was a much smaller, friendly community. Everyone spoke to each other or if they...
Councillor Helen Oswald
HELEN OSWALD, COUNCILLOR FOR SIDLAW EAST AND ANGUS COUNCIL I share stewardship of the area with my fellow councillor, Frank Ellis, whose local connection stretches back a bit further than my own. Prior...
Kay Dennis, Tealing School PTA
KAY DENNIS, CHAIRPERSON, TEALING PRIMARY SCHOOL PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION The PTA began in May 1990. I can well remember our very first fundraising event. It was a Jumble Sale held in October. It wasn...
Ian Reid, Local Farmer
IAN REID, FARMER AT NEWBIGGING AND CHAIRMAN OF THE HALL COMMITTEE I came to Tealing in 1940, only one year old. One of my earliest memories is of being bathed in the sink (no luxury bathrooms in those...
Local children
What do the younger generation think? Well, they are generally more hopeful and ambitious  - ­cynicism hasn't set in yet! In a competition run with Tealing Primary School pupils in 1998, the...
Sandra Burke, Secretary Tealing Community Council
SANDRA BURKE, TEALING COMMUNITY COUNCIL SECRETARY , CHAIR OF THE MILLENNIUM PLANNING GROUP and author of TEALING THE GATEWAY TO ANGUS
(Writing in Spring 2000) At the turn of the last century...
ZUMBA Fitness Classes
More ZUMBA fitness classes!
Trained instructor, Sarah Ellis, runs a Zumba fitness class in Tealing Hall. Zumba is a latin dance based fitness session suitable for beginners, which is also great fun...
Community Council Annual Report 2010
TEALING COMMUNITY COUNCIL
CHAIRMANS REPORT for AGM  SEPT 2010   After successfully leafleting the area, we had a good attendance at the 2009 A.G.M. Several residents put themselves forward...
Winter Wonderland Photo Gallery Nov 2010
Church Christmas Services
Church Christmas Services       Sun 19th Dec              
9.30am  Murroes (Lessons & Carols)   11.00am...
Publications
Our publications are listed below in alphabetical order. Just click on the title to see a printable copy. Tealing News (newsletter) Summer 2012 Fun Run Entry Form (Olympic Gala June 2012) Horse Show...
Tealing Hall Booking Information
Tealing Hall is available for hire for various functions. The facilities available are: A main hall with a seating capacity for 150
A smaller meeting room with a capacity for 30
A...
Tealing Hall Diary
MON TUES WED THURS FRI SAT SUN  Weekly Activities                     LINE DANCING
2 – 3 PM WED CLUB
2 – 4 PM    ...
Tealing Book - Tealing the Gateway to Angus
Want to know the whole story of Tealing's history? Did you know people have been living here for over a 1000 years? Did you know several streets in Dundee are named after the Maxwells of Tealing? Did...
Photo Gallery
Tealing Local Hero Awards Sept 2011 - ONLINE PHOTO ALBUM (available to order)

Tealing Olympic Gala Weekend 15-17 June 2012 (including the School Sports) - no longer available Hogmanay...
Photography & Video Services
Photography and Video Services – Invitation to Quote
With financial support from an Angus Council community grant, Tealing Community Council Events Committee is organising an Olympic Gala...
Graphic Design & Print
Design, Print and Promotional Services – Invitation to Quote

With financial support from an Angus Council community grant, Tealing Community Council Events Committee is organising an...
News Archive 2009 - 2011
Tealing Primary Parent Council Prize Bingo Evening - Fri 11th Nov in Tealing Hall
Doors open 6.30pm for eyes down 7pm sharp. Entry is 50p per person including refreshments.  Donations are...
Tealing Creative Show Sat 16 June 2012
List of Classes (or Categories) and Entry Forms 
General Classes

1.    Olympic theme iced cake 2.    Olympic theme decorated home-made biscuit 3. ...
TOG Test
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Fun Run
Olympic Gala Weekend Fun Run Sat 16 June 1.30pm will start and finish at the Speckled Hen Garden Centre Cafe

The events planning group have tried out the fun run route and took just 10 minutes...
Family Disco & Tealing's Got Talent
Family Disco and Talent Show Sat 16 June 2012 - Elvis making appearance!

One of the main events of the Tealing Olympic Gala Event from 15-17 June will be the Family Disco and Talent Show on...
Agility Dogs Display
Dog Agility Champions on the Funny Farm, 10am-3.30pm, Balnuith Farm 75 of Scotland’s Dog Agility Champions are coming from all over Scotland to compete in this event hosted by Alison Wiseman in...
Close and Thanks Reception
Tealing Hall 4-5pm

Generously sponsored by successful local timber merchant Rembrand Timber.    
Not quite a closing ceremony of Olympic proportions, this will just be an informal...
School Sports
Tealing Primary School Sports, 1.30-3.30pm
The Grand Opening of the Gala and school sports will take place on the village green within Inveraldie play park. If the weather is inclement, the back-...
Weekend Programme of Events
WEEKEND PROGRAMME Friday 15 June 1.30pm         Tealing Primary School Sports, Inveraldie Park
3.30pm         Tea &...
Tealing Horse Show
Tealing Horse Show, Balnuith Farm, 10am-1pm This will be Tealing’s first horse show in a very long time - if not the first ever! There will be two show rings and 27 individual classes under the...
Olympic Gala Weekend Planning Team
How to get your copy of the Tealing Olympic Gala Weekend DVD Here's a short taster/promotional clip: https://vimeo.com/44899668 The full version last 47 minutes and costs just £5.     &...
Volunteer Roll of Honour
Huge thanks to our wonderful village volunteers, without whom the Olympic Gala weekend couldn't go ahead because there's so much to do. You are all heros! Alison Scott  
Ian...
Shop for Tealing Merchandise
***   UNDER CONSTRUCTION   *** Our online shop is under construction and will be ready to take orders for the village illustrated wall map, book and Olympic Gala Weekend DVD soon....
Dodd Hill Wind Farm
1st August 2012     Angus Council
Planning Department
Angus House
Orchardbank Business Park
Forfar
DD8 1AX  Dear Sir/Madam Planning Application – Doddhill...
Christmas Tree Light Switch On Dec 2012
Some more photos...
Tealing Hall Ownership
To all Tealing Community,   PROPOSED PURCHASE OF TEALING HALL   Tealing Hall is owned by Angus Council and leased to Tealing Hall Management Committee for use by Tealing Community. Tealing Hall...

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Tealing is a small village in Angus in the north east of Scotland. This community website contains lots of useful information, including more details on Tealing Community Council, Tealing Hall, Tealing School, Tealing WRI, Tealing Guild, Tealing line dancing, Tealing church services, Tealing Wednesday club, Tealing businesses, properties for sale in Tealing and Tealing events etc.

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