Carnegie Conference Centre, Halbeath Road, Dunfermline, KY11 8DY
This event from Fife Family History Society will focus both Fife's local history and family history.
There will be a series of talks from key speakers and the public are invited to visit stalls run by family history societies, local history groups and organisations from Fife and further afield.
Scotland's Urban Past are running two free interactive workshops at 11.15am and 2.15pm to walk you through the steps of adding stories, facts and photos of Fife's towns and cities to the Historic Environment Scotland online archive, Canmore.
For the best experience, we recommend you bring something to contribute. This could be memories of a place, a digital photograph of the house you grew up in, or family history facts about places your grandparents worked.
In addition, there will be an 'Ask the Expert' feature with specialists on hand to assist visitors to overcome brick walls in their research.
Open to the public between 9am – 5pm.
The exhibition area and Scotland's Urban Past workshops are free to attend.
To attend the talks, workshops and exhibition area, tickets are £15.00.
Lunches must be booked in advance at £6.00 per person.
9am – 9.45am
Registration & Coffee. Exhibition area open
People, Places and Partnerships: local history resources from Historic Environment Scotland
Watts and Some Related Families in Dunfermline, records in Scotland and Overseas
Fife Place Names
The Briggers, Forth Bridge Casualties
Len Saunders and Frank Hay
A Little Gem