Torryburn and District History Group Meetings - 2008/09

by Ross McKay

Torryburn and District History Group

Syllabus for 2008/2009

2008
Nov. 27 - Over the Sea to Skye - Willie Shand
Dec. 11 - Unity in Diversity - An Indian Odyssey - Bob Brownlie

2009
Jan 8 - On the Banks of Allan Water - Kenneth Gray
Jan 22 - Farming topic - Ian Headrick


Feb. 5 - Some more Fife Villages - Peter Baillie
Feb. 19 - Ship Building at Alloa - Bill Henderson

Mar. 5 - AGM + Local Gardens - Charlie McLennan
Mar. 19 - Woodlands Trust - Jim Christie

Meetings held in Torryburn Hall at 7.30pm

Members Annual Subscription - £5 payable on first night
Visitors fee - £1 per meeting

Further info from A. Macdonald - ahm276@aol.com


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