A friendly, social group for people who love to talk about golf.
Our group is designed to be friendly and welcoming to all, so even if you aren't a fully-fledged "golf geek" but live locally and are interested to meet new people and discover some history of the sport then do join us for a blether.
These meetings are particularly aimed at people living with dementia and their carers, but anyone with a story to tell will be a valued member of the group!
We meet on the fourth Wednesday of every month in our Learning Room.
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Join us at St Andrews Botanic Garden for a special lunchtime lecture as part of Fife Climate Festival on 1st March!READ MORE
Join Kate Rawles as she reflects on her most recent adventure cycling the length of South America, from the Pacific Ocean to rainforests and salt flats, on a bamboo bike she built herself.READ MORE
This lecture on 12th March will trace the architectural development of the country house from the Baroque to the Palladian and will look at the paintings and sculptures.READ MORE
Mark Evans shares the story of recreating St John Philby’s pioneering 1917 journey across Arabia and his own recent Heart of Arabia expedition with Philby’s Saudi Arabian granddaughter.READ MORE
In this talk, Eilidh Lawrence will share some of the ground-breaking discoveries, inventions and ideas that were developed in Fife and have had a lasting impact on Scotland.READ MORE
The Arts Society Fife's art lecture in April is given by Dr Patricia Andrew and looks at the Jacobite court in Italy!READ MORE