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March Issue Subscriber Club Offers

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Take a look at what's on offer when you join our Family Tree Subscriber Club today! Find out more on page 68 of the March 2018 issue.

  • SAVE! £50 off any Recordalife Story Pack for FT subscribers. The new 'time capsule' service allows you to capture your life stories and have them presented in audio and book format for future generations to enjoy! Get in touch to claim your discount code.

  • WIN! If you have railway or engineer ancestors, or if you're a railway history fan, this collection of three new paperback books from Amberly publishing, together worth nearly £45, could be just the ticket. We have a copy of Anthony Dawson's Travelling on the Victorian Railway and Working on the Victorian Railway along with Colin Alexander's The Vulcan Foundry: 150 Years of Engineering- all to give away to one lucky subscriber.

WIN! We've got a copy of A Straightforward Guide to The Crime Writer's Casebook by Stephen Wade and Stuart Gibbon, together with Jan Bondeson's Victorian Murders to give away. To enter, email here.

Not yet a subscriber? No problem! View our subscription plans here including your choice of free gift and you'll automatically join the club and never miss an offer again!

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