SKDT is a community anchor organisation, delivering several substantial projects. It is a registered charity led by a board of volunteers with wide ranging skills and experience who all live in the South Kintyre community and want to make a difference!
SKDT became a registered charity on 13 January 2011. (Charity No SC042018)
SKDT has over 600 members and at any time a maximum of 8 directors.
SKDT Monthly board meetings are held monthly in the Town Hall chambers.
Members are invited to the Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Minutes of the AGM and the Trust’s annual reports and accounts, 2008-date, can be viewed in our office.
Where are we?
Kintyre (Gaelic: Cinn Tìre) is a peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. Geographically, the peninsula is long and narrow, at no point more than 11 miles from west coast to east coast.
The principal town of the area is Campbeltown (Gaelic:Ceann Loch Chille Chiarain) ,which has been a royal burgh since the mid-18th century. It was renamed in the 17th century as Campbell’s Town after Archibald Campbell (Earl of Argyll) was granted the site in 1667. The area’s economy has long relied on fishing and farming, although Campbeltown has a reputation as a producer of some of the world’s finest single malt whisky.
What do we do?
SKDT has become a trusted community anchor organization for South Kintyre, delivering several substantial projects, both independently and in partnership. It has also supported other local community groups and charities with project development and funding. Read about our projects to find out more about what we do.
Keep track of our progress with our Blog
The SKDT Town Hall Office is based in the Town Hall, 54 Main Street, Campbeltown, PA28 6AB. As a working office we try our very best to be open for working hours 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday, however our project work sometimes takes us out of the office, working within the community, which means we have to close the building at times but we will always aim to let you know in advance.
Our main contact email is [email protected] or Telephone 01586 552870
There is an archive of our old website here.
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