Things to do in Newtyle, Angus
Newtyle is a small village located in the Sidlaw Hills approximately '0 miles north of Dundee. Halfway between Dundee and Blairgowrie, Newtyle has many of its own amenities.
The School, situated on the south side of the village has around 70 pupils and also has a nursery. There is a garage which sells and maintains local vehicles, a park situated on the north side of the village, and three shops. A Post Office & Stores on North Street, and a world class Butchers (best meats you'll ever try and a good selection of locally sourced meats and eggs), and Grocers (quality local produce used) on Church Street.
There is a small public house, The Commercial Inn, on Commercial Street. The village has a lovely church on Dundee Road which holds a service every Sunday at '0.'5am, with a very welcoming congregation who are always happy to see new faces. There is also a Mill Shop on Church Street which sell bespoke carpets and furniture.
The Village has a baby and toddler group which is held every Monday between '-3pm in the Warncliffe Hall on Belmont Street - all welcome and only charged for children over 8-'0 months.
Newtyle boasts its own library which offers free Internet access; it opens on Monday afternoons from 2pm-4pm and Wednesday afternoons/evenings from 4pm-7pm.
There is a war Memorial on the Dundee Road - North Street Junction, commemorating past losses.
There are plenty of lovely walks around the village - with a map on permanent view outside the Post Office and booklets available from inside the Shops/Library.
The Belmont arms is a Pub/Restaurant/Hotel just a mile outside Newtyle towards Meigle and Blairgowrie, which offers great foods at great prices - I would recommend the High Teas!
The nearest Doctor's surgeries are located in Alyth and Muirhead. With some residents preferring to use the lady doctor who used to be based in Newtyle when the village had its own surgery, but now based in Alyth, others prefer the convenience of Muirhead Medical Practice as it is on the way into Dundee.
Description by Hannah Brome
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