50+ Social Club helped by Community Fund

Members of the Alyth & District 50+ Social Club are getting a boost with a grant from ADT’s Community Projects Fund. We’re donating £2,000 to subsidise outings, meals and expenses for visiting speakers and entertainers. The Club helps combat loneliness and isolation among people over 50 who find themselves living alone and/or away from family.   Find out more about the Community Projects Fund and submit your application here. Our Community Projects Fund distributes money given to Alyth each year through the community benefits payment from Temporis Ltd, operators of the Tullymurdoch Wind-Farm.

ADT helps young people get a new place of their own

Alyth’s young people are enjoying a new ‘place they can call their own’ with help from ADT’s Community Projects Fund.  Our grant of £2,000 has supported the Alyth Youth Partnership taking over the Town Hall basement, three times the size of their previous home in the Hub on Airlie Street.  The grant funded soft flooring, seating and some art and activity equipment including a new pool table, improving the lives of local young people and giving them a safe, comfortable place to meet and hang out.  The new premises were opened earlier this month by (below, left to right) AYP founder leaders George Allan and Seonaid Don, Young Citizen of the Year Paige Fotheringham, and AYP Chair Andrea Holbrook. Find out more about the Community Projects Fund and submit your application here. Our Community Projects Fund distributes money given to Alyth each year through the community benefits payment from Temporis Ltd, operators of the Tullymurdoch Wind-Farm.

AGM 2019 – all welcome!

We’ll be holding our 2019 AGM on Monday 23 September, starting at 7.30pm in the Alyth Community Wing, Albert Street, Alyth.

Come along and hear about our work over the past year on the Town Centre Regeneration project (Market Square and Burnside), the Strathmore Cycle Network, our new Community Projects Fund, our support for Alyth Creates and Alyth in Bloom and much more. Admission is completely free, and we’d love to see you there!