The Foundation hosts two major fundraising events each year; the Women of Dumfries and Galloway Lunch in March and a St Andrew’s Dinner in November. We also hold the annual Elizabeth Crichton Founder’s Day Lunch and Henry Duncan Lecture, which celebrates the legacy of Elizabeth Crichton and her vision to establish a university campus in south west Scotland and the founding of a savings bank by Reverend Henry Duncan.
In addition we organise the Crichton Conversations, a series of lectures that attract high calibre speakers pre-eminent in their fields giving audiences an opportunity to debate a range of topical subjects of relevance to today’s Scotland.
If you would like a copy of the Crichton Conversation programme please contact the Foundation by completing the form on the ‘Contact Us‘ page of this web site or by downloading from the link below.
Download a copy of the 2016 – 2017 Programme
Tickets for all Crichton Foundation events are only available from the Foundation office. Please note that although our events are held at Easterbrook Hall tickets are not available from there.
If you would like to be included in the mailing list for future events please contact the Foundation by completing the mailing list request form on the ‘Contact Us’ page of this web site or by downloading the form below and completing and returning it to the office.
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The Charity and Third Sector world which is crucial to the delivery and support of many vital social services is facing significant challenges today. What is the scale of the problem and how should it be addressed? How is it impacting across Scotland? One of Scotland’s experts in the field, Kenneth Ferguson, has spent all of […]
We welcome Professor Lesley Sawers to deliver the opening lecture of 2017 – 2018 series of Crichton Conversations and are delighted that the evening is part of the Dumfries and Galloway Council Business Week programme. Lesley was appointed Equality and Human Rights Commissioner for Scotland in 2016. She asks the question Is Scotland fairer? and will […]