Graphic of vegetablesAlyth Allotments: ADT is supporting a local working group in an allotments for all project for our town.  Attracting support from funders who are only interested in allotments, the group is now developing detailed plans and recruiting town residents who would like to be involved in this exciting work – either to reserve a plot or be a volunteer — or both.

Alyth Online: ADT is working with community groups, organisations and businesses to create a unique community resource called Alyth Online. We’re building a website that will help promote Alyth and its events, assets and attractions to locals, visitors and the world at large

Aerial view of the Millhaugh siteMillhaugh site: ADT is working on ambitious plans for the unused former sawmill at Millhaugh on Bamff Road, aiming to transform it into a major community asset and gateway to the Den O’Alyth. ADT has secured more than £170,000 of government funding to acquire and begin redeveloping the site for a range of educational, environmental, social, and tourism-related activities on behalf of the local community.

Aerial view of Jubilee Park.Diamond Jubilee Park upgrade: We’re supporting a working group of community members to make much more of the Diamond Jubilee Park. The group has already built an all-weather footpath round the Park designed to make it more wheelchair- and pram-friendly, and has installed new seating and play equipment for the Park. Get in touch here if you’d like to be involved, or you can message us on Facebook.

aerial view of skatepark siteSkatepark project:ADT is supporting a working group in the development of proposals for a new skatepark in the town, using funding from the Scottish Government and ADT. The group is consulting the local community on the plans and seeking a possible site.

A wind turbine pictured against a bright blue sky. 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.

A gate and signpost on the Strathmore Cycle Network between Alyth and Rattray.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 map and information board in Alyth Market Square.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).

The defibrillator funded by ADT in a former phone box in Alyth Market Square.Public defibrillators: ?In late 2017, Alyth Development Trust installed the first of three publicly-available defibrillators to help save lives in and around Alyth.