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Goudie Lecture Programme
Christmas Special

at The Museum of Communication
131 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AA

Saturday 9 December at 11.30 am

The Women’s Land Army in Scotland in WW2
Ruth Boreham, Scottish Book Trust

We are delighted to welcome Ruth Boreham to Burntisland, to present our 'Christmas Special' Lecture this year.

Ruth works for the Scottish Book Trust and was formerly John Murray Archive Project Curator for the National Library of Scotland. She is an authority on women’s history and is currently researching the life of Mary Somerville, Burntisland's most famous Daughter.

The Lecture will start at 11.30 am prompt, end with a short Q+A session and will be followed by a full festive buffet lunch, with mulled wine and mince pies .... AND.... as this is the 'middle of the day' there is no rush to vacate the premises!

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Admission for the event, (including buffet lunch), is £8.00 for MoC members and £10.00 for non-members. Lecture only is £4.00 for members and £5 for non-members.

Pre-booking essential. To book a seat contact dc_brankin@tiscali.co.uk
or tel. 01506 823424

MoC Exhibition

The 2017 Exhibition is now closed. 

We are already looking forward to 2018. We would love to hear your suggestions. Here are some - the end of WW1 (or was it?!!), the centenary of the birth of Muriel Spark ....

THE HARRY MATTHEWS MEMORIAL LECTURE

This year's Harry Matthews Memorial Lecture was given by Roy Johnstone who spoke on The Assassination of John F. Kennedy. He re-examined the evidence and presented this thought-provoking lecture on the 54th anniversary of the events.

David Brown congratulated Roy on his enlightening and engrossing talk. This talk was especially enlightening to people who were not old enough to remember the circumstances surrounding this event.

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Marion McLean congratulates Ian Garden who recently gave us a fascinating lecture entitlted The Third Reich's Cellular War.

 

 

Alan J Masson gave a very interesting lecture in September entitled From Holyrood to Holywood.