Useful Links

The National SWI website – this website has a wealth of information about the SWI nationally and all the events/competitions they organise that Angus can send representatives to. If you need any further information about anything on this website please contact [email protected]

The SWI online shop – if you see anything you would like to buy you can also order through our local sales convenor Mairi Alexander and avoid paying postage. Please contact [email protected].

2023-24 Diary of Events – this is a full list of events organised by Angus Federation over the year.

ACWW – as members of Angus Federation SWI we are all members of ACWW . The ACWW, its membership and networks of rural and non-rural women will empower membership societies and networks of rural and non-rural women to work together for an improved quality of life through partnership, advocacy, sharing of knowledge and local activities.

RSABI – RSABI provide emotional, practical and financial support to individuals and their families across the agricultural sector including farming, crofting and growing.

The Royal Highland Education Trust – RHET works with volunteers to provide free educational activities and experiential learning opportunities linked to Curriculum for Excellence.

Angus Health and Social Care Partnership  – know who to turn to if you need advice about adult health and social care in Angus.

National Mental Health Forum – dedicated to ensuring people in rural Scotland lead mentally healthy lives

Scottish Rural Parliament  – The Scottish Rural Parliament brings together people from rural communities with decision-makers, for three days of celebration and exploration. Participants examine a wide-range of issues affecting rural communities and make recommendations for change.

SAYFC –  The Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs (SAYFC) is Scotland’s largest rural youth organisation providing a social network full of opportunities from competitions and events to training and travel. There are also SWI reps on East, West and North area groups.