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.

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.

The current office-bearers of the Trust are:

  • Chair: Duncan Simpson

  • Vice-Chair: Donald Adamson

  • Treasurer: Graeme Herd

  • Curator: Christine Scott

  • Secretary: John Simpson

See "Trustees" for the full list and individual profiles.

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



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Sporting Heroes

Sporting HeroesOn Thursday 31 January at the Scottish Football Museum in Hampden, Joe Jordan helped launch “Sporting Heroes” cards, to be used across the UK in reminiscence sessions at care homes and elsewhere. This is a collaboration between Football Memories Scotland and Co-op Funeralcare, whose trained staff will deliver the sessions.

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The Story of East End Park - News

The Story of East End Park - NewsThe Heritage Trust has installed nine display boards telling "The Story of East End Park" in and around the foyer at the main entrance to EEP, and these can be seen in the CLUB HISTORY" section.

This is part of a wider project that involves a total of 42 information panels being installed around the stadium, including 15 ("Record Breakers" in the concourse of the Norrie McCathie Stand.

David Ferguson Hunter VC (1891-1965)

David Ferguson Hunter VC (1891-1965)On 16 September 1918 Corporal David Hunter and the six men of his HLI platoon began a desperate struggle for survival near the village of Moeuvres in Picardie, France. Exactly one hundred years later, on 16 September 2018, the Heritage Trust and DAFC, along with the people of Fife and of Moeuvres, came together at East End Park to commemorate the achievements of “The Seven Heroes of Moeuvres” which led to Corporal Hunter being awarded the Victoria Cross and the other members of his platoon the Distinguished Conduct Medal.

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