WHAT HAVE WE BEEN DOING?
It has been an over all success story for the Society, with interest being taken in our work, locally, nationally and internationally. We have achieved our main objective of researching, recording and educating the public at large, by various methods of the Heritage of Monifieth and the local area. This has by no means been an easy task and credit should be given to those members who undertake and are committed to performing various designated duties. Our up- graded website appears to be very popular, with the added attraction of being able to visit the House of Memories online by means of a Virtual Tour. We have been recognised, for our work, by Angus Council and awarded financial support, for which we are truly grateful. Our activities and the House of Memories now appear in various Angus Council brochures and publications. What will the future be for MLHSP? This is something to be addressed by all the members who should recognise that in order to Survive & Thrive each must play a part in the day to day increased workload that has come with success.
Lady Fiona Fraser of Carmylie, has accepted our invitation and is now our Honorary Patron.
We are very grateful for her offer of support and help in maintaining our objectives.
To one and all that supports our group by various means, please accept our sincere thanks.
Margaret Copland President
Our Talks, and trips programme continues to be popular with both members and non members . What is really needed to keep the MLHS work vibrant
is more volunteers with two hours a week to spare, when they could assist in the House of Memories., which was established 10 years ago. We are all ten years
older, and sad to say some not as able as we once were. One of our long serving members Betty Cairns recently passed away after being unwell for a long time.
Her knowledge of Monifieth was greatly appreciated, as was her assistance at ‘55′ The future—— with a little help from our friends the MLHS hopefully will flourish over the next ten years at ’55’.
Margaret Copland (President)
Monifieth House of Memories