In this week’s Dispatch and Herald...

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In this week’s edition, we have our usual comprehensive round-up of local news and sport.

A donation from the Forfar Roof Truss Award, run in conjunction with our paper, has made a real difference to Forfar Academy pupils; a new residents’ association has been formed at Easterbank in a bid to tidy up the neighbourhood; the East and Old Church’s Music Cafe is celebrating a major milestone; Tealing woman Gail Brown is raising awareness locally of the plight of stray dogs in Romania and we have full results and photos from this year’s highly successful Splash fund-raiser in Kirriemuir.

The Splash Trophy (Open) was won by Taymsters' 'It Was Acceptable in the 80s'.

The Splash Trophy (Open) was won by Taymsters' 'It Was Acceptable in the 80s'.

Don Street residents also tell of their daily struggle with littering in their area and we also feature another packed edition of our popular entertainment guide featuring the latest film, DVD and music releases.

Check out this week’s issue for more details!