Date: Sunday 12 February 2006 (11am - 5pm)
Location: British Library, St Pancras, 96 Euston Road , London, NW1
Researching your family history has never been easier or more
popular, with access to many records available online. But what if
you reach a blockage in your ancestoral detective work? Or if you've
been inspired by the BBC2series, Who Do You Think You Are?, but don't
know how to start? Come along to BBC London's Family History day and
get help and inspiration for your own research.
You'll be able to attend family history talks by experts, join in
creative workshops for children, adults and families and enjoy poetry
You'll get the opportunity to see a range of London-based and
specialist family history groups under one roof (including
www.originsnetwork.com) You can also have one-to-one sessions with
experts on a range of subjects including getting started in family
research, tracing Caribbean or Asian family history, Irish and Jewish
genealogy, using military records and using online resources.
Everything is FREE you need to BOOK A TICKET to attend the day,
you'll also need to RESERVE YOUR PLACE at talks and some workshops
MUST be booked in ADVANCE. Call the British Library booking and
information line 020 7412 7331 to book your tickets and they'll be
sent to you in the post.
For a full programme for the day - please see www.bbc.co.uk/london