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Take that first step tracing your roots at Family Tree Live

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Are you curious about your family history?

 

Wishing you could make that start but don’t know where to begin?

Thinking of taking a DNA test but finding it all a bit confusing?

Don’t worry – help is at hand!

 

Come along to Family Tree Live and you can discover:

  • What your first steps need to be – easily explained in workshops just for newbies
  • Top ways to trace your family tree online
  • How to take a DNA test and what the results mean
  • Get yourself a helping hand
  • Plus there’s going to be loads of fun too with a vintage bus, children’s activities, and living history experiences just to name a few!

 

Family Tree Live is a brand new show that’s suitable for anyone – however much or little you know. So don’t be shy – take the chance to get to know where you’ve come from, discover your roots and your family story at Alexandra Palace on 26 and 27th April 2019 at Family Tree Live.

 

Discover - What your first family history steps need to be

  • Take a workshop to learn the basics and get to grips with the records
  • Explore the exhibitors stands for useful books and supplies.

 

Explore - Top ways to trace your family tree online

  • Get advice from international family history website FamilySearch – packed with 2 billion free records covering 100 countries from round the world
  • Explore MyHeritage’s 1,000 collections spanning 10 European countries

 

Learn - How to take a DNA test and what the results mean

 

& Get yourself a helping hand

  • Book yourself some professional genealogy help with a one-to-one advice session with a researcher at the show who will help you take your next research step.
  • Visit the Family History Federation stand and they’ll be able to put you in contact with a family history group in your area – get help and camaraderie from fellow family history enthusiasts near home.

 

Children age 16 and under go free (and recieve one of our fun goodie bags!), and the day ticket price of £12 per adult includes all your talks and workshops and one-to-one advice sessions

 

Everyone has a family story – come and discover yours at Family Tree Live!

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