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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Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust Survey

We would be very grateful if you would support Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust (DAHT) by completing a survey about its operations, and future plans.

The Trust was established on 18 October 2014, by a Trust Deed, with the aim of preserving for future generations the history of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club and the memories of its players, management and supporters.

It aims to make this rich heritage available for public access. The survey will be live through December 2017.

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Memory Box Goes National

Memory Box Goes NationalOur Memory Boxes project, spearheaded by Kenny Mclachlan of the Heritage Trust in co-operation with FES Ltd and The Pars Foundation, and sponsored by Co-op Funeralcare, has been a tremendous success.

So well has it been received that the concept is to be made available at local Co-op branches throughout the UK, and the new "national" design is shown here.

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Annual General Meeting 2017

Annual General Meeting 2017The annual general meeting of the Heritage Trust will be at 7pm on Monday 6 November, in the Board Room at East End Park. Click on the link below for a copy of the agenda.
Heritage Trust 2017 AGM

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