Dunfermline Historical Society 7:30pm Abbey Church Halls
Susan Morrison “The Face of Scotland’s Witchcraft”
Susan Morrison is the presenter of ‘Time Travels’ BBC Radio Scotland’s history magazine show, and as such has been privileged to work with both Scottish history’s rising stars and her most respected historians. The production team includes Dr Louise Yeoman, who uncovered the tragic story surrounding missing skull of an 18th century witch. Join Susan as she explores the story of the Lillias Adie, and the strange afterlife of her remains.
Light refreshments will be served.
There is a talk on the finds from the Inverkeithing Community Dig on 11 December at Inverkeithing Civic Centre. To book a place, please click on the link below:
Thursday 15th November 2018
Dunfermline Historical Society
Bruce Keith “Bridgescapes – an Illustrated Talk”
Bruce is a surveyor and environmentalist, having started his professional career working on several Perthshire and Aberdeenshire estates and in Edinburgh with the Department of Agriculture. Bruce moved to England in 1996 as Chief Surveyor with English Nature/Natural England, but kept his Scottish connections, retiring three years ago as Head of Property at SSE. Bruce’s interest in bridges stems from his childhood. His passion for Scottish history, geography and landscape is a recurring theme, captured in his book, “Bridgescapes”.
In addition to completing the book, Bruce has spent his retirement as an ambassador for the sustainable use of water resources globally, and, as President of his professional institution, The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM). He has travelled extensively from New Zealand to Finland via Africa. This has left little time for golf, which, he says, is evidenced by his handicap.
As usual, we meet at 7:30 pm in the Abbey Church Hall, Dunfermline. All welcome.