Grant for Photographic Club

Alyth Photographic Club will soon be showing off Alyth and their members’ creativity more effectively, thanks to a £2,000 grant from ADT’s Community Projects Fund.

Club members (pictured above) are using the grant to buy hi-tech computer and projection equipment to show off their work to national standards.  As well as enabling members to compete in national photographic competitions, the Club will also use the new gear when they are asked to give presentations and displays to other groups in and around Alyth.

Club member Peter Messer said:  “We’re getting advice from the Scottish Photographic Federation on the best equipment to buy, and we expect to end up with a system two or three times better than what we have at the moment.  This will enable us to display our pictures to national competition standards and help promote Alyth much better.”

The ADT Community Projects Fund distributes community benefits payments we receive from Temporis Ltd, operators of the Tullymurdoch Windfarm north of Alyth.

Grant for historic Town Hall

Alyth’s historic Town Hall is getting a new look for its rear hallway and toilet thanks to a £2,000 grant from our Community Projects Fund. 

The Main Hall and Foyer were refurbished and renovated in 2018 and the plan is for the new works to bring the rear hallway up to the same standard.

Isabel McCurdy, Chair of Alyth Halls Association (pictured), explained: “Our aim is to provide a quality event space for all Hall users and the people of Alyth, and the new works will complement what we’ve already achieved. As well as repainting and revarnishing, we’ll also lower the ceiling and replace the toilet fittings.”

The ADT Community Projects Fund distributes community benefits payments we receive from Temporis Ltd, operators of the Tullymurdoch Windfarm north of Alyth.