2015, Sept 4th-6th: Auld Kirk Art & Crafts Exhibition
Art & Crafts Exhibition artists pack
Art & Crafts Exhibition public poster
Art Exhibition application form
Art Exhibition labels
Art Exhibition notes for artists
2015: There will be an indoor "boot" sale with some craft stalls in Tayport's Auld Kirk on Saturday 21st March from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Anyone wishing to book a stall at £10 per table (no electrical goods) please contact Maureen Campbell on 01382 553856 or 07816396822 or by email at Mocampbell28@aol.com.
2014: The Auld Kirk Charitable Trust will be holding its annual carol concert on Monday 15th December at 7.00 pm in the Auld Kirk, with music by Tayport Instrumental Band, Tayport Primary School, Rainbows and Brownies, Parish Church Choir, A Choir'd Taste and Three's A Crowd.
We are delighted to have so many talented musicians and singers to help us celebrate the Christmas season. Please come along and join in with the singing of many well-known carols and other Christmas music, including the "Twelve Days of Christmas", now established as a traditional favourite at the Auld Kirk Carol Concert, with obligatory audience participation led by Tayport Rainbows and Brownies!
Donations at the door for the upkeep and ongoing repairs of the Auld Kirk and its development as an Arts, Heritage and Community Centre.
2014: The Auld Kirk will be taking part in the Doors Open Day on Sunday 7th September and will be open from 1.00 - 4.00 pm. Some of the art work, including the Primary School Art Competition, will remain on display for the Doors Open Day.
2013: The Auld Kirk 2013 AGM took place on Wednesday 30th October at 6.30 pm in the Dickson Hall - behind St Margaret's Church in Queen Street.
8th Sept 2013: The Auld Kirk took part in East Fife's "Doors Open" day.
Monument inscription images taken in 2013 are now available on this website. The associated transcriptions are complete. Those that exist have been prepared by volunteers, directly from the headstone and memorial photographs they have taken. Some of these headstones are extremely old and weathered, making the inscriptions difficult to read. It is therefore impossible to guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the transcription text.