Campbeltown Community Wind Farm Logo

A number of local groups and community enterprise companies received a boost to their funds recently, when Campbeltown Community Windfarm Fund (CCWF), the charitable organisation setup by Campbeltown Community Council, disbursed funds received as Community Benefit from Scottish Power renewables (SPR) and their Beinn an Tuirc 3 Windfarm.

The following awards were made; –


Campbeltown Picture House – £4,250

Kintyre Group Women’s Institute – £2,000

Campbeltown Running Club – £2,000

MACC – £1,000

Kintyre Recycling Limited – £4,000

Dalintober Primary School PTA – £1,500

Dalintober Primary School PTA (Swimming lessons) – £2,000

Campbeltown Former Pupils AFC – £5,000

Kintyre Seasports – £3,000

Dunaverty Golf Club Junior Section – £800

Campbeltown Community Council towards cost of restoring pathway between Trench Point and Slatyfarlan – £5,000

Kintyre Songwriters Festival – £500

Kintyre Food Bank – £5,000

Senior Citizens Monday Club – £2,000

Friends of Castlehill – £3,104

Mull of Kintyre Music + Arts Association – £4,725

Kintyre Fish Protection & Angling Club – pay £2,000

Mairi Semple Cancer Fund – £5,000

Total amount of payments awarded- £52,879


CCWF wish all these groups success with their various projects and advise that a further disbursement of funds will take place in June 2023.   This will be advertised on our website, , on Facebook and in the Campbeltown Courier nearer the time.


Further information on how the Community Council is working together with EKREG to maximise benefits from the windfarms can be found at


Registered Charity Number SC050831