All our talks are on the second Tuesday of the Month. Details below.


13 September – Edward Small – “1867 the Golden Year”

11 October – Maia Sheridan – Records in the Special Collection of St Andrews University

8 November – Sarah Kettles – Fife Pilgrim Way

13 December – Social night –  including entertainment with Doris Rougvie & Roy Henderson


10 January (please note this will be an exploratory afternoon, 2-4pm, in Cupar Library)

Entitled Family History is Fun, our Committee will guide you on a voyage of discovery through the resources that Cupar Library has to offer – from the publications to the card indexes & the daunting computers and microfiche readers.  We will also show you what is on offer from the Fife Family History Society Research Room including our books & CDs available for sale.   We will have the room, and the computers, to ourselves so, after the initial tour, can take the time to explore with you, guide you and possibly make suggestions for further research. This is a FREE event and is open to all.  No refreshments available at this meeting.

14 Feb – Andrew Nicol of Scotland’s Places – “Connecting people and places through time” Andrew is currently Development Manager at Historic Environment Scotland, working in the Archives group and overseeing the continued development of Scran. Scotland’s Places archive resources include maps, plans, historic photographs and archives. It has a wealth of information for family and local history research and this talk will explore how you can put that to good use.

14 March – John Neil – Fife & Forfar Yeomanry

11 April – Angela Montford – An 18th Century Fife Surgeon

9 May – Outing to Ceres Folk Museum (Entry fee)

13 June – AGM and Members night.

VENUE FOR TALKS ………………………………………………….

Our venue for talks is the same as last year in Volunteer House (Fife Voluntary Action Group) in 69 Crossgate Cupar KY15 5AS which is a 5 min walk from the train station and less for the main bus stops. Disabled access and chairlift. Crossgate is one of the main streets of Cupar. At night there is parking outside the building and there are also two public car parks. Volunteer House is above the main Post Office, with the entrance to the right hand side when facing. Talks start prompt 7.30 – tea/coffee and biscuits included. Members entry free – Non members very welcome entry £2 for refreshments. Phone Dave Reid on 01333 350557 for any queries re talks.