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Abernyte Coronavirus Support

The continuing lock down due to Covid 19 is disrupting everyone's life at present. This is a good time to speak to your immediate neighbours so we can all help each other.
If you live in the Abernyte area and you are unable to get help, people in Abernyte will try to assist you where they can. Other communities around Abernyte are offering their residents a similar service.telephone
To access Abernyte help, email your request to:
or click this button and fill out the form and you will be contacted.

Abernyte Assistance Request

Abernyte Community Interest Company has obtained the use of a secure commercial video conferencing solution from GoToMeeting which is available free of charge to Abernyte local groups wishing to meet online. You can book a video conference slot by clicking this button and submitting the request, someone will then contact you to discuss your meeting needs.

Abernyte Video Conference Request

This community website brings you information and news on Abernyte and area.

Set in the Carse of Gowrie in east central Scotland, this area is worth a visit if you have never been and you will be slow to leave once you do! 

Abernyte lies in the hills to the north of the Carse of Gowrie. The Carse is a fertile strip of land between Dundee and Perth and between the River Tay in the south and the Sidlaw hills to the north. Sheltered from the cold north winds, the incredibly rich farm land has shaped the communities both in the Carse and nearby, with agriculture and in particular the rearing of world renowned livestock, soft fruit and potatoes.

Browse our site to learn more about Abernyte. The Gallery has images of Abernyte and area from every angle, including the fascinating heritage photographs. The Digital Archive contains a collection of Abernyte's Valuation and Land Tax Rolls, the local Abernyte Church graveyard headstone inscriptions, interesting historical information on persons and places in the area and all are searchable by names, date or location. 

If you have any suggestions or questions regarding this site or Abernyte please contact the webmaster via the Contact page of the site. We will be delighted to hear from you. 

Scotland's Climate Change


Each coloured stripe represents Scotland's annual average temperature for each year between 1884 and 2018. The time for action is now.




News in Abernyte

If you have an email address and would like to know what’s going on in this part of the Carse then join our community news e-mail service. If you have an event, meeting or item of interest to distribute to the community in or around Abernyte just e-mail it to


Abernyte Digital Archive

Abernyte Digital Archive  

The Abernyte Digital Archive contains historical reports, news articles and photographs of Abernyte's past, spanning many hundreds of years and is still under development.You are free to search and enjoy the data held in this archive for your own use.  Copyright © Abernyte Community 2005-2018 - All Rights Reserved. Click the button above to visit the Archive.


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