TEALING is a rural village in the north east of Scotland about half-way between Forfar and the city of Dundee. It's spread out over an area of fifteen square miles and has several clusters of population, including Balgray, Kirkton, Inveraldie, Newbigging and Petterden. 

The main arterial route north to Aberdeen, the A90 dual carriageway, cuts a swathe right through the village (sadly cutting one side off from the other) and making local travel quite a challenge. 

To the west for ramblers is the the rolling Sidlaw Hills and majestic Craigowl. To the east, Tealing borders the fertile farmlands of the Murroes and beyond to Wellbank.