Anstruther’s national museum, founded by a Charitable Trust and opened in July 1969, celebrates its golden anniversary this year.
Starting life as a relatively small site based around a historic courtyard, it has gradually spread to take in various other buildings including a former boatyard and even a pub. Along the way, many talented and dedicated people, both staff and volunteers, have ensured that the Museum and its activities have grown and flourished.
The collections are now Recognised as a Nationally Significant Collection and the Museum is a hub for numerous community activities including coastal rowing, boat-building, exhibitions and events.
In this talk, Linda Fitzpatrick, Curator, will review the developments of the last 50 years and look forward to some exciting plans for the future.
Thursday 21st November, 7:30- 8:30pm, Anstruther Parish Church
For further information see A.I.A website