Fife's Great War

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Commemorating World War One

        Fife Cultural Trust is marking the anniversary of World War One in a variety of ways;

        • With a special exhibition on MAC, our mobile museum
        • By making some fascinating diaries and letters from our archives available online
        • With a series of special event weeks across Fife for the whole community
        • By running theatre workshops for primary schools in Fife

         

         

         

        Moving Stories

        First off there is a fantastic interactive exhibition Moving Stories on our mobile museum, MAC.  Available free of charge to schools and community venues this features Sea Front, a short film by award-winning animator Claire Lamond. 

         

         

         

        A Week to Remember

        Funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund has allowed us to run a series of special event weeks across Fife. 

        Step back in time and discover a decade that changed the world, from the home front to the battlefields of World War One.

         

        Start Your Family Tree Workshop - Rothes Halls, 9 Nov

        WW1 Family History - Methil Library, 10 Nov

        Periscopes, Poppies and Pincushions - Rothes Halls Library, 10 & 12 Nov

        Animals at War - Methil Heritage Centre, 10 Nov

        Tanks and the Great War - Rothes Halls, 12 Nov

        Free Family Day - Rothes Halls, 14 Nov

        A Week to Remember - Download Flyer

         

        Great War Diary

        Interested in personal accounts of the War? Archives and libraries are busy cataloging material, so why not start by reading the First World War diary of Alexander Henry McIntosh

        You can also keep up to date with information on all of Fife Cultural Trust's WWI centenary events and projects on Fife’s Great War’s Facebook page.

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