Thursday 25th March 7pm On line
The Rosyth Garden City Association has organised an illustrated talk on Rosyth Castle, given by Martin Rogers. This will be followed by a short power point on an event they held in 2008 where they opened the castle up for one week for schools and visitors, (including the Birds of Prey.)
They have kindly invited others to join this Zoom event. Do do so please contact Sandy Masterton, Secretary RGCA, at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will send you a link to get in. (login opens at 6.45pm presentation starts at 7pm)
28th April 2021 5pm On line
29th April 2021 5pm On line
The Scottish Local History Forum is delighted to announce a free online mini-conference “Scotland’s involvement in Slavery – the local view” over two evenings 28th and 29th April. For more information and to register if you are interested (if you haven’t already), please go to
I am writing to you to inform you that, due to rapidly escalating health concerns relating to
the spread of Coronavirus , the committee has decided to cancel all further meetings of the
2019/2020 session. We are sorry to have to make this decision but believe it to be in the
best interests of our members and the guest speakers. Our June trip to Thirlestane Castle
will be rescheduled for Spring 2021.
It is intended that the new 2020/2021 season will start, as normal, in September and our
50 th Anniversary dinner will go ahead on Thursday 15th October.
We will send out a letter about the new season, and information about tickets for the
dinner, a little earlier than usual, probably in July. Hopefully, by then, things should have
resolved and we will all be able to look forward to the autumn.
In the meantime, please stay well and we’ll see you all in September.
Carolyn Thompson (Chair)
26 March 2020
Kelty Heritage Group
“The Great North Road – North Queensferry to Kinross”
George Robertson and Eric Simpson
Kelty Community Centre
19th March 2020 at 7:30pm
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus outbreak, this meeting has been cancelled.
We will invite Dr Cook to visit us and present her talk at a future meeting.
Dr. Margaret Cook will present “History Meets Fiction in Border Brothers” in the Abbey Church Halls.
Margaret Cook was a consultant haematologist by profession; but later in life, also became a writer and free-lance journalist. She has written opinion and commentary pieces on social, political, medical and science matters, book reviews for most of the leading newspapers, and agony columns for the Observer, Woman’s Journal and Marie Claire. She has published four books, two non-fiction and two fiction.
“Border Brothers” is historical fiction, set in the Scottish Borders.