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Announcing the Family Tree Live Workshop programme!

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We’re delighted to announce the Family Tree Live Workshop programme.

So come along, take a seat, and learn more about the hobby you love!

Beginner or established family historian? You’re sure to find plenty you wish to learn more about.

 

How do the workshops work?

The workshops will be held at a table setting, maximum 10 ‘students’ per workshop.

Each workshop will be tutored by a dedicated expert who is both knowledgeable about their chosen subject ­– and keen to share their knowledge too.

 

Who are the workshops for?

They are suitable for all levels of family history enthusiast…

From your first steps

We have topics that are aimed at people who are right at the start of finding out about their family trees (look for the seedling icon on the timetable – these are the topics just right for taking your first steps into the wonderful world of family history).

To developing your knowledge

We also have subjects:

  • to help you discover new records
  • to take your research further back in time
  • to improve your family history research skills

 

The Family Tree Live Workshops will be held at Family Tree Live – and are included in your entrance ticket!

 

This is your chance to pull up a seat at a workshop table and gain hands-on family history experience. Click below to download the workshop programmes and plan a great day out at Family Tree Live.

Family Tree Live workshop programme Friday 26th April 2019

Family Tree Live workshop programme Saturday 27th April 2019

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