Fife Family History Society makes donations to local organisations who reflect the society’s aims, and the latest donation was to SWACS (Save the Wemyss Ancient Caves Society) who received a £500 donation.
SWACS exists to protect and save the Wemyss Caves and their unique drawings. Roddy Greig presented the cheque on behalf of the history society to SWACS’ David Anderson.
CENTENARY OF THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND
TO COMPLEMENT THE EXHIBITION IN THE CRAIL MUSEUM AND HERITAGE CENTRE THERE WILL BE A TALK ON
THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND
COMMANDER DAVID HOBBS
WEDNESDAY 1 JUNE 2016
AT 7.30PM IN THE KIRK HALL, CRAIL
TICKETS ARE £7 AND INCLUDE REFRESHMENTS
THEY ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE CRAIL MUSEUM AND HERITAGE CENTRE DURING OPENING HOURS AT WEEKENDS & BANK HOLIDAYS AND FROM PENMAN BUTCHERS, CRAIL
Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation Charity No SC023505
Fife Family History Society donated £500 to the Fife Fisheries Museum. Picture from left Ian Murray from the Museum, Chairman of Fife FHS Hugh Hoffman and Committee Member Dave Reid.
Fiona Wemyss gave a very interesting talk recently on the 12 April on the Wemyss School of Needlework. After the meeting she was presented with a cheque for £500 as a donation from Fife FHS. Presenting the cheque to Fiona is Chairman Hugh Hoffman with Committee Member Dave Reid.
Congratulations to Betty from Callander. She won our Book Review Competition and is now the proud owner of a copy of Walter Burt’s book about the Rosyth Dockyard, published by Amberley.