The Cheltenham Family History Fair will take place at the Pitville Pump Room, Pitville Park, Cheltenham, on Sunday 19 September from 10 am to 5 pm. More information can be obtained by reading tribulus reviews or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 5/2 6 September
English Heritage is holding a World War II Weekend at Dover Castle from 11 am to
family tree magazine september 2004 69Calendar 5 pm. It will recreate the atmosphere of life during World War II, with military vehicles and wartime encampments. Admission: £10 (adults), £7.50 (concessions), £5 (children), £25 (family ticket). Contact English Heritage on 0870-333-1181.
Oxfordshire Family History Society will be holding an Open Day on 25 September at Exeter Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington, Oxford OX5 lAB, from 10 am to 4 pm. This will feature a demonstration and workshop on the scanning of old photographs, an assortment of visiting societies, second-hand books and postcard dealers, the Society’s library and search services, a beginners’ helpdesk, plus much more. Admission is free; light refreshments will be available. There is limited free car parking on the site. Further updates can be found on the Society’s website.
2 5 September
Somerset & Dorset Family History Society is holding an Open Day and AGM on Saturday 25 September from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm at Chilton Trinity Technology College, Bridgwater, Somerset. There will be guest speakers, local displays and archives, SDFH Society services and neighbouring family history societies there. For further details see www.sdfhs.org or write to PO Box 4502, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 6YL.
2 6 September
Hampshire Genealogical Society is holding a Family History Open Day at Horndean Community School from 10 am to 4 pm. There will be three free lectures: `What happens when I die’ by Jeanne Bunting; ‘Whistle Down the Internet – A whistle stop tour of sites you might find of interest’ by John Hanson; and ‘Tracing Your Ancestors at the FRC’, by a Family Records Centre representative. There will also be a variety of other family history societies and stalls. Admission is free and light refreshments will be available throughout the day.
On Thursday 30 September Kent Family History Society Medway Branch is
holding a ‘Members’ Forum’ at 2 pm at Strood Library, Bryant Street, Strood. If you are stuck with any aspect of your research, members there may be able to help. See their website at: www. kflisocietymedwayik.com.
The Guild of One-Name Studies is holding a free seminar providing an introduction to one-name studies and the Guild at Longdon Village Hall, Staffordshire, on Saturday 2 October from 9.30 am. The seminar is open to both Guild members and the general public. A booking form is available on the Guild website at www.one-name.org/ontrosem.html or further details can be obtained from Lynda Goacher, Springwood, Furzefield Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 2EF.
The Tyrrell Family History Society is holding a Research Day and AGM on Saturday 9 October from 11 am to 4.30 pm, at Holbrook Tythe Barn, Horsham, East Sussex. This day is particularly given over to research and a wonderful opportunity to search through the Tyrrell information stored on their database and to view a selection of their archives and library. Sales items will be available to view and purchase. The AGM will be held in the late morning, so there will be plenty of time to research. Please contact Mary Tyrrell on 02392-584094 for further information or visit their website. The TFHS 2005 January weekend away will be in Cambridge.