15 February 2013
This time next week the must-see family history event of the year, Who Do You Think You Are? Live, will already be well
This time next week the must-see family history event of the year, Who Do You Think You Are? Live, will already be well underway at Olympia, London.
We will be at the show, on stand 320, and would love to see you there! Our photo-dating expert Jayne Shrimpton will be with us on the stand on the Friday and Saturday, offering one-to-one photo analysis.
We will have some fantastic show offers for our current and new subscribers at the show. Don’t miss the chance to claim your free genealogy tool kit when you subscribe to Family Tree’s print editions at our stand 320. Along with a special Family Tree pedigree chart and magnifying glass, you can take your pick from a range of top genealogy books to get you even further in your research. Choose from the highly-regarded The Genealogist’s Internet by Peter Christian (5th edition, A&C Black, 2012) or the brand new edition of Easy Family History by David Annal (2nd edition, Bloomsbury & The National Archives, 2013), especially for those new to tracing their tree. Alternatively, we have a top selection of other books that may tickle your fancy, covering everything from Irish family history to ancestors’ occupations.
In addition, we are giving away exclusive Family Tree chart books to our existing subscribers* attending WDTYTA? Live. Just pop along to see us at stand 320 with your subscriber number* to receive your free book.
If you can't make it to the show, we have kept aside 20 chart books for existing subscribers. Just email [email protected] with 'FT chart book' in the subject line. Or write to us at Family Tree, 61 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Huntingdon, PE26 1HJ, marking your envelope 'FT chart book'. Remember to include your name, *subscriber number and postal address, including postcode. The first 20 entries picked at random after the closing date* will be sent a chart book.
There will be lots going on at the show - it's a one-stop shop for genealogical expertise, informative workshops, resources from libraries, museums and archives and all the major online resources as well as dozens of family history societies! To find out more, visit www.whodoyouthinkyouarelive.co.uk.
*Please note: your subscriber number is printed on the mail bag containing your copy of Family Tree. Charts available at the show while stocks last. Closing date for entries 17 May 2013.