Welcome to North Queensferry Heritage Trust
North Queensferry Heritage Trust (NQHT)
is dedicated to preserving and promoting the history and beauty of North Queensferry and the immediate surroundings and aims to encourage, preserve, develop and improve features of historic, architectural or environmental value. The Trust is a member of Scottish Civic Trust, Scottish Wildlife Trust and the Forth Estuary Forum.
As you look around the web-site you will find some empty, or partially complete pages. We will gradually fill up over these placeholders over the next few months, and will continue to add new pages.
In the meantime, have a wander round the website. You can send feedback, and suggestions for new content to our email address on the About page.
Posted on February 1st, 2020
The Golf Course
We have added a whole new section on the history of the Ferryhills Golf Course from 1890 to 1940.
It took longer than we expected to tease out all the strands of this tale to make a coherent story. We hope your enjoy it.
There are still some gaps in the story, especially the period from 1920 to 1940.
If you know of anyone who might have old records from that period – Club Handbooks, trophies or any other mementoes – please ask them to get in touch so that we can add to the story.
Please contact us by email to email@example.com
The Duel Stone
We have also added a page about the Duel Stone, which commemorates a duel from 1824 – claimed to be the last duel fought in Fife.
Since the stone was laid in 1987, this claim been superseded by a later duel fought in 1826 outside Kinghorn.
Our web-page tells the story of both duels – one about a horse race, the other with a client’s bank manager!
Thursday 19th March 2020
by Stan Green, Growforth
Growforth or the Plant Market at Hillend is now well established as a quality supplier of plants and just as important advice which this talk gives a great opportunity to ask questions. Remember that members get a useful discount when shopping there!
Latest Nature Walks
Saturday 2nd May 2020
John Done will lead a guided walk exploring Carlingnose Nature ReserveCarlingnose Nature ReserveCarlingnose Nature Reserve
and the Fife Coastal Path
For visitors to the village, this walk will commence at the Railway Station at 10 a.m. (there are Toilets and Parking spaces at the Station).
John will lead participants done the Brae to the War Memorial to pick up local participants (sparing them the ascent of the Brae!).
The walk will continue from the War Memorial at 10.15 am.