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

Upload all dates to your calendar using the link at the bottom of the Events Calendar page.

2019

22 Jan “Ancestry” Open day with Cupar Library
12 Feb Brian Murray – “Scottish Mining Museum”
12 Mar Rachel Hart – “Getting to Grips with Scottish Handwriting”
09 Apr David Powell – “Dundee Courier Archives”
14 May “Fife FHS Visit to Fife Archive”
11 Jun AGM 7.30pm
10th Sept Christine Wood, Cupar Project Archivist, St Andrews University “Hidden Burgh: Restoring Cupar’s Place at the Heart of Fife’
8th Oct Dr Iain MacIntyre “Harry Goodsir – A Family Skeleton”
12th Nov Ian Archibald, Burntisland Heritage Trust “A Revolution in Mapping: History of Ordnance Survey
10th Dec – ‘3o Years as Volunteers’ A celebration – Invitation only

2020

14th Jan – “Joint Local Heritage Day “Celebrating 150 Years of the Duncan Institute”
11th Feb  – Monimail-A Village History with Wynne Harley
10th Mar – “Spanking Roger” with Trevor James “Spanking Roger”
14th Apr – “Restoration of Old Photographs” with Alex Inglis (Fife FHS)
12th May  – “Members Annual Outing” A visit to Historic Environment Scotland,  John Sinclair House, Edinburgh. Times to be arranged. Limited spaces.

Download these dates as a pdf:  Talks 2018 - 2019

VENUE FOR TALKS

Our venue for talks is 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.

Edited 05 Aug 2018 to include calendar link.