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William Blyth Trust: Purpose Four

Dumfries and Galloway Council is appointed by the Trustees to provide income from the residue of the Estate of the late William Blyth, and consequently, invites applications under Purpose Four of the William Blyth Trust.

Purpose Four of the William Blyth Trust provides for financial assistance to people resident in the Burgh of Dalbeattie who have physical or learning difficulties and/or mental health issues.

Elgibility Criteria

You may be automatically eligible for grant aid without the necessity for a medical assessment, if you are:

  • registered blind under the National Assistance Act 1948; or
  • in receipt of Mobility Allowance; or
  • in receipt of Disability Living Allowance; or
  • in receipt of War Pensioner's Mobility Supplement.

Application forms and supporting documents

Download an application form and the relevant supporting documents below:

Hard copy application forms are also available from the Dalbeattie Integrated Facility on Dalbeattie High Street or the Council Offices on Daar Road in Kirkcudbright.

Please note, the right is reserved to make such enquiries into the circumstances of persons by, or on behalf of whom, applications are lodged as the Council may deem necessary or desirable.

Deadline for applications

Completed application forms should be returned with supporting documents by noon on Monday 11 May at the latest.

Related Information

Contact Details


William Blyth Trust

Community and Customer Services Stewartry
Council Offices
Daar Road

Tel: 030 33 33 3000
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Contact Dumfries and Galloway Council T: 030 33 33 3000

Council Offices
English Street

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