Most interesting and highly informative talk by Lesley for the opening lecture of the 2017 – 2018 Crichton Conversation series. Lesley encouraged those present to challenge their own beliefs towards inclusion. She reminded the audience that each and every one of us fall into one or more protected categories. Some of the stories and statistics […]
The Foundation’s AGM will be held on Wednesday 20th September. 6pm in room 205 in Browne House at the Crichton if you would like to join us.
The new Crichton Conversations programme has been posted and we hope you have enjoyed browsing the events. All the details are also right here on our website and you can book places by returning the Booking Form or by phoning Kirsty or Pam in the office on 01387 702048. The opening lecture was excellent, don’t miss your place […]
It is with much regret we must announce the St Andrew’s Ceilidh has been cancelled.
The Foundation is delighted to announce this new prestigious prize. Nominations are now open for the inaugural Sir David Landale Prize. For details of how to make a nomination click the link Sir David Landale Prize Application.
The Foundation office will close at 12 noon on Wednesday 21st December 2016 and re-open at 9:30am on Wednesday 4th January 2017. Email or telephone messages left during this period will be dealt with on our return. We would like to take this opportunity to offer everyone our very best wishes for the Festive Season.
The final Crichton Conversation of 2016 took place on Tuesday 6th December. A packed audience of around 250 guests were enthralled by the story of the resurrection of this derelict site into the first Multiverse in the Universe. Duke Richard began by explaining how the former open-cast mining site was a scar on the landscape […]
Our latest Annual Report is now available to view or download
Elizabeth Crichton Postgraduate Award This annual award is given to celebrate the fulfilment of Elizabeth Crichton’s desire to found a University at the Crichton. The award is made to a student who shows potential for progressing their career by continuing their studies in Health and Nursing. Both new and continuing students who enrol on a relevant […]
Crichton Conversation Summer 2016 What went wrong with the Hubble Space Telescope and how did we fix it? The Crichton Foundation welcomed an audience of almost 150 guests to hear Dr Jeffrey Hoffman’s fascinating story about his work on the Hubble Space Telescope as well as his extensive experience of space flight. In his talk Dr […]