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Conference: "Let There Be Light" - Culture in Victorian Dunfermline.

Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects

Saturday, 2 May 2015 from 09:30 to 16:00 (BST)

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Concession (Snrs & full-time Students) 26 Tickets Ended £15.00 £1.76

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A Conference by Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects in association with Abbot House.

Find out about Dunfermline’s famous (and not so famous) artists, poets, musicians and philanthropists who brought culture and beauty to the Royal Burgh, and the photographers who captured the technological changes wrought in the Victorian period.


Talks will be presented by local historians and researchers who have honed their knowledge and skills in presentation over some time. All the talks will be illustrated, making this an aesthetically pleasing as well as an informative day.


Price (including tea/coffee and lunch)


£20 for adults,


£15 concession (seniors and full-time students)


Free parking 5 minutes’ walk away. 

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When & Where

Music Institute, East Port, Dunfermline KY12 7JA

Saturday, 2 May 2015 from 09:30 to 16:00 (BST)

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Dunfermline Heritage Community Projects

DHCP is a voluntary organisation which aims to promote interest in all aspects of Dunfermline’s heritage. A group of volunteers obtained Lottery funding and researched for two years to publish “Historic Dunfermline” in 2007. These volunteers founded DHCP in order to continue researching and promoting the history of Dunfermline. DHCP has expanded and now has a variety of heritage Project Groups

DHCP also has a remit to create and maintain links with the local history & heritage community and with Fife Council and local business organisations. This process is carried out by all Project Groups through general networking in the community. Much of the information gleaned is posted on our website



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