Budding historians offered expert advice on tracing their family tree

By Ben Fitzgerald - 9 May 2019

Community

A team of experienced researchers will be on hand at Central Library next week to help people trace their family history.

The free genealogy drop-in sessions will see volunteers from the Swindon Branch of the Wiltshire Family History Society offer special family tree help sessions to members of the public.

The team of experienced researchers will be on hand to advise people, helping them trace the story of their ancestors.

Anyone is welcome, from complete beginners inspired by the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? programme to more experienced genealogists who may appreciate a fresh perspective.

The sessions have been organised in partnership with the Council’s Local Studies team at Central Library.

The sessions are free and booking is not required. Just pop along between 2pm and 4pm on Monday, 13 May and dive right in.

For more information contact Central Library on (01793) 463238 or email: localstudies@swindon.gov.uk.

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