Free events to help families trace their Lancastrian roots

Posted on - 5th April, 2012 - 9:30am | Author - | Posted in - History, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Avenham Park on Easter Monday in 1956

Avenham Park, Preston. Easter Monday 1956

An event for Prestonians interested in tracing their family history takes place this weekend.


The Family History Day at the Museum of Lancashire gives people a chance to explore their local roots.

Stephen Miller, community outreach officer for the Museum, said: “This is a great chance to learn about your family history. We know a lot of people hit a brick wall with their research and we wanted to help.

“We’ll have experts on hand from a number of organisation who can help trace that missing great-grandfather or even further back.”

The event takes place on Saturday 7th April from 10.30am to 4pm at the Museum on Stanley Street. It’s free to attend.

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