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The Pitcairn Society


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What is the Pitcairn Society?

The Society was founded in 1980 and provides a wide ranging programme of activities for everyone interested in natural history and the countryside. Regular field outings in the summer to interesting natural or historic sites are led by acknowledged experts. The programme is continued in winter with evening talks by well known specialists on a variety of topics including birds, flowers, insects, local history, archaeology, geology and land use.



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Field Trips

We also have Outdoor Trips which may follow on from an Indoor Talk. These can occur at any at any time of year, but tend to avoid the Summer holidays.

Indoor meetings:

We meet in the Collydean Community Centre, Torphins Avenue, Glenrothes KY7 6UL at 7-30 pm on the Third Wednesday of the month from September through to May. See our programme at the Bottom Left of this page. 

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