The Friends of Duff House present a serious of talks on Thursday afternoons.
These talks are open to all with no need to book. Tickets are £4 and can be bought on the day with cash or by cheque.
Please note, these talks take place in the Fife Lodge Hotel, just around the corner from Duff House.
Important: The Friends Talks are a perfume/aftershave free zone please.
Thursday 13 February
The Lairds between Cullen and Fochabers - Peter Reid is a Professor of Librarianship at Robert Gordon University with a particular interest in the culture and heritage of the North-East. Many years of research have allowed him to collate substantial information about those that have had a major influence on the development of this region, which he is coming to share with us.
Thursday 20 February
Counties, Parishes and the Shakkin Briggie - The Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society (NESFHS) is well known for having a wide-ranging knowledge of genealogy and local history. Gavin Bell is part of NESFHS and has given several interesting talks in the area; he promises this one will not be a repeat!
Thursday 27 February
The Declaration of Arbroath - Scotland declared its independence in 1320. Andrew Barr has studied this subject in detail, and with beautiful illustrations will tell us about Scotland’s distinctive democratic roots in this 700th anniversary year. Andrew is an acclaimed writer and artist.
Fife Lodge Hotel serves lunches from 12 noon. Tea or coffee plus a tasty cake afterwards for attendees at just £2.50.