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Discover Family History Week

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Welcome to the first ever Family Tree Family History Week which will be coming soon! Read on to find out more about how you can join in. With tutorials, guides, free downloads and more, it’s a definite date for your diary...

Where will Family History Week take place?

Family History Week will be an online event. To keep up with the latest news about Family History Week, click here to sign up to our enewsletter.

What will I learn?

  • Every day we will have family history tutorials, useful downloads, essential guides, family history discussions, quizzes, prizes & more.
  • From starting out in family history, to organising your family tree research, to getting to grips with DNA, we’ve got it covered.
  • Whether you’re new to family history or have loved the hobby for years and years, our aim during Family History Week is to help and inspire you on that next step to tracing your family tree.

How can I join in?

First sign up to the Family Tree enewsletter

Follow Family Tree on Facebook/familytreemaguk

And Twitter @familytreemaguk

And be sure to visit us back here on the website on 16 April 2018

 

Save the date: 16-22 April 2018.

 

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