Walter Rose Room, HVH
By Diana Wetherell - 1st November 2014 2:00pm
Following a very interesting series of talks earlier in the year by Eve McLaughlin at Haddenham Community Library, a small group of folk is meeting up occasionally to discuss Family History and especially problems in researching our Family Trees.
The first meeting that we have scheduled will be to discuss such challenges, so we can put our heads together and see if we can help one another.
If you would like to join us, the first meeting will be at Haddenham Community Library on Thursday 6th November from 2.00pm — 3.30pm.
The second meeting has been provisionally booked for Thursday 4th December 2.00pm — 3.30pm.
The Library staff have kindly allocated us two computers and a table in a quiet area of the library for discussions.
If there is any local person with some expertise in Family History we would love you to come and join us.
Suggestions for future meetings would also be very welcome.
To have some idea of the number of people attending please ring Diana on 299337 and leave a message with your name and phone number.
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