Tuesday 12 July 2011

Major TNA Conference


Check out The National Archives website for news of a major forthcoming conference entitled Celebrating the Census on Saturday 1st October 2011.  This is gonna be a big event, guys, so you may want to give it some serious consideration - though not all details are available as yet, it seems.  Discount available for early-bird bookings.

FindMyPast Ireland have unveiled the latest addition to their website: The Post Office Annual Directory Calendar for Dublin 1843 & 1858.

The August edition of WDYTYA? Magazine is now available.  It's their 50th issue, so it's sure to be a bit special.

Those within striking distance of Cambridge may be interested in the Books and Babies exhibition at Cambridge University Library.  Runs until 23rd December.

And here's a round-up of forthcoming fairs, etc:

A reminder, too, about the forthcoming Scotland's Family Tree AGM in Perth on Saturday 30th July.  

And a promised a mention for Teesside Archives' programme of talks and events, beginning with a splendid-looking film show on 23rd July.  I will remind all you Teessiders of the heavy Autumnal programme a little nearer the time - but it's all up there on the website.  You must book in advance.


Heard the one about the Irish polar bears?  Check the story out here.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the nice mention of 'Celebrating the Census'. Full programme details are on the website, just follow the link 'Find out more about Celebrating the Census' where you will see the the programme and the online booking form. Details of the hands-on sessions from Ancestry and Findmypast/Genesreunited are still being finalised, and they will be added soon.