Dunfermline Athletic

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Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust was established in October 2014, with the aim of preserving for future generations the history of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club and the memories of its players, management and supporters, and making this rich heritage available for public access.

Although we share a common interest in the past, present and future of Dunfermline Athletic FC, the Trust is completely independent of the football club, with its own governance system run by Trustees who are all long-term Pars supporters.

Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust is a charity registered in Scotland, No SC045532

The current office-bearers of the Trust are:

  • Chair: Duncan Simpson

  • Vice-Chair: Donald Adamson

  • Treasurer: Graeme Herd

  • Secretary: John Simpson



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Ken Currie

Ken CurrieFormer player Ken Currie passed away on 22 March in a Care Home in Glenrothes, aged 91. Of solid build for a right-winger, Ken was an excellent crosser, and a tricky player who could pass his opposing full-back on either side.

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Cookbook (Full Time)

Cookbook (Full Time)The Trust`s cookbook, "FULL TIME", was launched at the Dunfermline Athletic FC Open Day in 2016, price £10.





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DAHT World War 1 Anniversary trip

DAHT World War 1 Anniversary tripDunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust (DAHT) organised a trip to the WW1 Battlefields in 2016, to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the 1 July 1916 disaster for the British Army at the Somme. The group of 24 left East End Park on 29 June, returning on Monday 4 July.

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