TAS Fife Heritage Volunteers are local teams of non-specialist volunteers, who work under the guidance of professionals, to help conserve our heritage. 

TAS Fife members are currently working on the following projects

FIFE FOLK MUSEUM, Ceres:  Needlework Group

We are a group of Textile enthusiasts who meet on the first Monday of each month from
1.30pm until the Folk Museum in Ceres.

At present we are involved in two projects for the Museum:

The replica rag rug which is being made during our Monday afternoons , and an ongoing
project making costumes for visitors to the Museum to dress up in.

The costume group are presently working on costumes for The Pilgrims’ Way.

Most of this work is being carried out in the Volunteers’ own homes and own time.

We also make items for sale in the Museum shop with all proceeds donated to the Museum
We are a friendly group and are happy to welcome any new volunteers.

No previous skills or experience are necessary.
If you are interested in joining us the contact me by email at

Liz Scott


One of our volunteers is creating a 3 d project as follows:

John’s latest report: I am creating a 3D model of one of their Trawler Gearboxes This entails taking an old engineering drawing, in this case of a 1957 Bergius gearbox, and using the information contained to create on a computer a 3D model of each part. Having done that I will assemble the gearbox, on the computer, just as one would the real thing. This can then be animated and used to educate visitors on the workings of the gear box.