Alyth Community Projects Fund (ACPF): ADT has an agreement with the operators of Tullymurdoch windfarm just northeast of Alyth, to distribute the community benefit funds they are donating to the community of Alyth. The ACPF allocates 35% of the money each year to community projects.
Strathmore Cycle Network: Alyth Development Trust is one of three local trusts collaborating on a unique £1.6-million network of multi-user paths linking Alyth, Blairgowrie/Rattray and Coupar Angus.
The official opening of the Market Square Regeneration Project on 3 December 2018 followed several years of work by local groups including Alyth Development Trust (ADT), Alyth Community Council (ACC) and Alyth in Bloom (AiB) in conjunction with Perth & Kinross Council (PKC).
Public defibrillators: ?In late 2017, Alyth Development Trust installed the first of three publicly-available defibrillators to help save lives in and around Alyth. We are currently applying for funding for a further two public defibrillators elsewhere in Alyth.
Diamond Jubilee Park upgrade: We’re developing proposals for upgrading Alyth’s Diamond Jubilee Park, through a small informal working group of ADT directors and members of the community. The group is currently considering an all-weather footpath round the Park and consulting national organisations for advice on building wheelchair- and pram-friendly paths, and also researching possible sources of funding and how best tackle what could be a significant project. The current priority is to carry out a thorough consultation process with the Alyth community, probably early in 2021. If you’d like to help us improve Jubilee Park, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch here, or you can message us on Facebook.