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Discover Family Tree magazine… the essential guide to tracing your ancestors

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Family Tree is the UK’s longest established family history magazine, sharing genealogy advice with our thousands of readers for more than thirty years.

In each issue, we bring together:

  • Expert advice to help you build your family tree – whether you’re a beginner or seasoned pro
  • How-to guides to help you explore the lives and times of your ancestors and bring your research to life
  • The latest news, views and opinion from the family history community around the UK and overseas
  • New ideas to help you create an awesome family tree, including the newest DNA research, recently-released online data and the most helpful websites

A vibrant and welcoming family history community

The magazine has a strong community feel, with readers contributing to our Q&A pages, ‘ask the expert’ section, and our popular Dear Tom genealogical gems and queries slot.

The Family Tree community also comes together to share tips, successes and news on our Facebook and Twitter pages, where more than 10,000 family history fans enjoy and contribute news, comments and opinion.

Subscribe to Family Tree magazine and save money on the cover price

Join Family Tree magazine and we’ll deliver each issue to your door, giving you a family history treat to look forward to each month, and helping you make the most of the hobby you love.

Subscribe today and we’ll also send you a free gift to welcome you to the Family Tree community. See our latest gift offers and join today.

 

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