The Foundation hosts two major fundraising events each year; the Women of Dumfries and Galloway Lunch in March and a St Andrew’s Ceilidh 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 Conversations Programme 2017 – 2018
To book your place at the Crichton Conversations please telephone 01387 702048 or complete and return the Crichton Conversation Booking Form.xlsx. All Crichton Foundation events must be booked through the Foundation office. Please note that although our events are held at Easterbrook Hall bookings cannot be made 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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**** PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE **** Due to the continuing debate about the Brexit Bill the Crichton Conversation with Frank Field MP, due to be held on Thursday 14th December 2017, has been postponed. This Conversation will now be held on Monday 12th February 2018 at 7.30pm in Easterbrook Hall. […]
The post-Brexit economy:prospects for Scotland and the UK Professor Anton Muscatelli was born in Italy and relocated to Scotland with his family where he was educated at the High School of Glasgow and then Glasgow University where he graduated MA in Political Economy and then did a PhD in Economics. Appointed in 2009 as Principal […]
The Scottish Enlightenment: Rooted in Scotland, Influencing the World The Crichton Foundation is delighted to be including this joint venture in our Conversations Programme, and what a tempting subject for us to end our season of lectures. Join Professor Gerry Carruthers, who holds the Francis Hutcheson Chair of Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow, […]