Apply now for community projects funding

photo of sunrise from Alyth Hill

One week to go till the next deadline for applications to our Community Projects Fund, distributing the community benefit funds Alyth receives from the operators of the Tullymurdoch Windfarm. If you have a big project for making Alyth even better, there could be a grant of up to £2000 waiting for you to help make it happen. Fill in the application form here:…/alyth-community-projects-fund by next Monday (15 January) and we’ll do the rest. Applications are judged by an independent panel drawn from across the community, and they’re looking for more members now. You’ll be expected to read and consider applications to the Fund and discuss/approve them at quarterly meetings. For more info, email

New picnic benches for Jubilee Park

new picnic benches in Jubilee Park, Alyth

Three new wheelchair-friendly picnic benches have now been installed along the new path in Jubilee Park. The benches, equipped with bbq hotplates, are the latest improvements to the Park organised by the Jubilee Park Working Group, using grants they secured last year from SSEN Transmission’s Drumderg Windfarm, Perth & Kinross Council’s Community Investment Fund, and Alyth Development Trust. The funding had already enabled to Group to install seating on the path and a brand-new hammock swing in the children’s play area (

Happy New Year – hoping to see you in 2023!

Happy New Year to all our members and to the whole community of Alyth! We’ve got an exciting 2023 ahead of us with several projects on course to make big strides forward. Why not find out more and get involved? Our next board meeting is scheduled for this coming Monday, 9 January, via Zoom and starting at 7.00pm. Send us a message and we’ll send you the login details – you would be very welcome!

Join our September board meeting

Our next board meeting is on Monday 5 September on Zoom at 7pm. Why not join us and hear more about what we’re up to? You don’t need to be a member – just ask us for the login details before the meeting. Alternatively, join us via the simple form at right – it’s completely free! The more members we have, the better we can speak up for Alyth to local and national government and funding bodies. While you’re here, have a look at the minutes of previous meetings to find out more about us.