The Cramond Association: Promoting the amenity of the community of Cramond, Barnton and Cammo and safeguarding its heritage
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Cramond Association Members' Newsletter
February 2015

The Cramond Association AGM

Could you be a Committee member and assist us
in developing the Association?
We want to welcome people who can contribute new ideas and take an active role in all our activities. We have a lively enthusiastic committee whose members are working to make real improvements to Cramond and the surrounding area, as well as running a first rate programme of talks. Last year we had two new members and they have made a real impact on our work – and you could do the same!
Please contact the President, Margery Naylor, or any Committee member (see below) for more details about being a member of the Committee. Closing date for nominations for the Cramond Association is 28 Feb 2015. Please send them by email to Margery at or telephone her – 312 8956.  Nominations can also be made at the AGM.
All the papers for the AGM, including the agenda, the minutes of the 2014 AGM, the Annual Report 2014-15 and the nominations received for the Committee will be set out in the March e-newsletter and placed on the website in March, or email us on:
Cramond Brig
You could be elected at the AGM on Monday 30 March in Cramond Kirk Hall at 7.30.
Cramond Association Committee members for 2014-15:
President: Margery Naylor - Tel 312 8956,
Vice President: Stefan Slater – Tel 312 6779
Treasurer: Gena Wylie – Tel 312 8907
Secretary:  Diana Hart - Tel 339 8285
Cramond Heritage Trust: Kathleen Dods - Tel 336 2124
Cramond History Section: Una Woof - Tel 336 5233
Committee Members:
Sandy Anderson – Tel 339 6867                                                                    
Richard Bright – Tel 336 3846
Lois Bryden – Tel 336 4797
John Dods – Tel 336 2124                              
Anthony Seaton –
Angela Smith – Tel 336 2031
Bert Scott – 339 3829
Bill Weir – Tel 312 8147
Tom Wylie – Tel 312 8907
The Work of John Muir and the place of the 
John Muir Way in his legacy
John Muir Way map
John Muir Award
John Muir
Presentation by Mr John Thomas, Trustee of the John Muir Trust and Chairman of the John Muir Birthplace Trust.


Cramond Kirk Hall,
Glebe Road, 7.30pm
Cramond Heritage Trust

Established in 1978 by the Cramond Association to preserve and interpret the heritage of Cramond

Scottish Charity SC00754

The Cramond Heritage Trust also wishes to welcome new committee members to assist in managing the Trust. If you are interested please contact Kathleen Dods, the Convenor, on 336 2124. Closing date for nominations for the Cramond Heritage Trust is 28 Feb 2015. They should be sent to Kathleen Dods. Nominations can also be made at the AGM.

The Cramond Association History Section
Wednesday 4th March 2015

‘Taking a Knight’s Class - 
The Archaeology of the Old High School’

Mr. E. Bailey, Headland Archaeology
Built in 1578
Built in 1578
Built in 1777
Built in 1777
Wednesday 15 April 2015: ‘Pictures of Old Edinburgh’; Mr Simon Green, the National Monuments Records of Scotland.

Meetings are all in the Millennium Room of the Cramond Kirk Hall, Cramond Glebe Road and begin at 7:30 pm for the talk and questions.

Teas/coffee/biscuits and chat follow at about 8:50 pm in the Gathering Place.

Visitors Welcomed – £1.00 per meeting
Enjoy your season with The History Section!
Una Woof, Convenor, 0131 336 5233
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