Trellis Networking Seminar: Dunfermline
The Glasshouses are suituated within Pittencrieff Park (near Pittencreiff House) and are accessed on foot. The formal entrance to the park is through the Louise Carnegie Gates at the bottom of the High Street (Bridge Street). The entrance on Pittencrieff Street has the main car park.Other entrances are from Nethertown Broad Street and St Catherine’s Wynd. There are also additional entrances from Moodie Street and St Margaret’s Street which lead to the scenic walk along the Tower Burn in the lowest part of the Park.
Coming by car Free parking is available in the park’s main car park at the Pittencrieff Street entrance, 128 Pittencrieff St, Dunfermline KY12 8AN. Limited parking is also available inside the park both behind and to the west of the Glen Pavilion. Use the post code KY12 8QH for directions.
Disabled parking is available in the car park behind the Glen Pavilion.
No unauthorised vehicles are permitted to drive within the main park.
There is also street parking and public car parks in central Dunfermline near the Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries.
Coming by bicycle Bikes are welcome to use the paths and trails throughout the park. Please note, there is no designated bike parking available inside the park.
Coming by bus There are regular public bus services operated by Stagecoach in Fife that stop on Moodie Street and Pittencrieff Street. Visit their website to plan your journey. Dunfermline’s bus station, situated on Queen Anne Street, is only a 5-minute walk from the Louise Carnegie entrance.
Coming by train The nearest rail station is Dunfermline Town, which is only half a mile away and is a ten-minute walk to the park’s Nethertown Broad Street entrance.
POSTPONED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHER - New date to be announced!
Using gardening & green health opportunities to support wellbeing in your community
Trellis invites you to join Park Staff and Friends of Pittencrieff Park (Sensory Garden) for a garden tour, talk and presentations from guest speakers incl. The Sanctuary Garden and Queen Margaret Hospital Garden in Dunfermline - and explore how to make green health connections in your community.
If you are involved in running a 'gardening for wellbeing group' or starting out on that journey, come meet others in the gardening/outdoors for wellbeing community, share in good practice and make connections.
If you have an interest in:
Supporting wellbeing and health through gardening
Developing a space for therapeutic gardening
Providing gardening opportunities and activities for your group
Creating, engaging the community, and using local green health opportunities
Please join us!
10:00 at Pittencrieff Park Glasshouses for coffee, introductions and a tour. The Glasshouses are suituated within Pittencrieff Park (near Pittencreiff House) accessed by footpaths.
from 12:15 Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries, 1 Abbot St, Dunfermline KY12 7NL for lunch and further discussions/ presentations etc .
For more information and to book a place register below.
You are very welcome to attend the Trellis AGM which is held during this event.
The Trellis AGM is scheduled for 13:30 -14:30. Join us from 12:30 for lunch. Click here if you would like to book for the AGM only.
Voting Rights: Trellis Board and paying Members have the right to vote at the meeting (one vote per individual membership, one vote per project membership).
We would also like to ask that you check the Trellis website to view our current directors who are seeking re-election or co-option.
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If you are interested in the work of the Trellis board, please come along and meet us. If you, or anyone you know may wish to join the Trellis board we ask that that they send their application to email@example.com by 10 October 2023.