The Fort Sackville Foundation (FSF) is a voluntary, non-profit organization and registered Canadian Charity (No. 885410548RR0001). The Foundation manages Scott Manor House.

Our Mission

To collect, protect, preserve and promote the history and cultural heritage of Bedford

Our Mandate

  • Collecting, preserving and interpreting photos, artifacts and stories of historical significance to Bedford 
  • Researching the peoples, places, organizations and events, and the built and natural environment of Bedford
  • Cultivating and promoting an understanding of the heritage of Bedford, by production of monographs, exhibits, public programs, and other activities
  • Maintaining and promoting Scott Manor House and the site of Fort Sackville
  • Advocating for heritage preservation

Fort Sackville Foundation Board of Directors

  • David Conley
  • Sandi Corbin
  • Francene Cosman
  • Carolyn Crowell
  • Roslyn Duffus
  • Colleen Flanagan
  • Carolyn Harvie
  • Lynn Loder
  • Ann MacVicar
  • Debbie Miller
  • Geoff Regan
  • Judy White

Fort Sackville Foundation Executive (2023–2024)

  • Chair – Debbie Miller
  • Vice-Chair – [currently unfilled]
  • Secretary – Carolyn Crowell
  • Treasurer – Lynn Loder

Committee Chairs/Coordinators (2023–2024)

  • Acquisitions & Archives – Carolyn Harvie
  • Communication – Claire Richardson
  • Curator of Exhibits – Francene Cosman
  • Grounds – Steve Corbin
  • House – Graham Lindsay
  • Program – Colleen Flanagan
  • Reading, Research and Resources – Ann MacVicar and Sandi Corbin
  • Tea Room – Ann MacVicar [acting]
  • Technology, Webmaster – Ken Dodsworth with Graham Lindsay
  • Photos – Ken Dodsworth and Lew Turner

If you are interested in joining the Fort Sackville Foundation or volunteering,  contact any member of the Executive,
call (902) 832-2336, or send an email to scott.manor@ns.sympatico.ca

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