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News & Events | 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. Due to a mailing error the survey has been re-opened and will run through March 2018.

PLEASE NOTE: After some problems we have resolved the issue and you can now complete the survey. We apologise for the gremlins in the system.

[ Click here to complete the survey ]

We removed a process when logging in (due to technical issue), just enter your name and email address, the sytsem, will send you an email. You need to respond to the email we send you to start the survery. Thank you for your help.

It should be noted that DAHT will use your email only for you to complete the survey procedure and we will not use this for any other use and we will not pass or give your email address to any third party.

The survey closed on 31st March 2018 23:00 and the results are being collated.



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