All our talks are on the second Tuesday of the Month. Details below. Some changes may be made as not all fully confirmed.
12th September 2017 – “NOT in Scotland’s People” by Bruce Bishop
10th October – “Italians in Fife” by Norma Alari
14th November – “Court of the Lord Lyon” – by the Lord Lyon – Joseph Morrow
12th December – “Social night – Eden Bell ringers”
16th January – “Family History is Fun” – Venue Cupar Library – 10am – 3pm
13 February – “Burntisland’s Industrial Heritage” by Bill Dewar
13th March – “Scotland’s People” by Iain Ferguson
10th April – “Flemish Immigrants into Fife” by John Irvine – Tay Valley FHS
8th May – Outing to Historic Environment Scotland in Edinburgh – details later.
12th June – “AGM and Members Stories”
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.