Posted by on 18 August 2014 in Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE

We’d like to thank everyone who applied to be on the guest list for our upcoming series of centenary themed family history events featuring Sir Tony Robinson.

 

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The deadline has now closed for the dates in Brighton, Liverpool and Chelmsford and guests have been selected at random. Those who were successful have now been notified by email.

 

Due to the larger capacity of the Newcastle venue, we still have some spaces available for Wednesday 24 September 2014 at the Discovery Museum.  As such, the deadline for registration to this event has been extended until Friday 22 August 2014.

 

The evening will see Sir Tony share his top tips and fascinating thoughts on family history as well as discussing the importance of remembering our wartime ancestors in the centenary year.

 

Click  here to register your details for the Newcastle event only and we will let you know if your application has been successful by Monday 25 August 2014.

 

If you have already applied for tickets for the Newcastle event – don’t worry you are still eligible for the ballot and will be notified via email following the close of the extended deadline.

 

Event details

 

Tuesday 26 August, 6pm – 9pm – East Sussex Record Office (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

 

Thursday 4 September, 6pm – 9pm  Liverpool Record Office (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

 

Monday 22 September, 6pm – 9pm –Essex Record Office (REGISTRATION CLOSED)

About Brian Gallagher

Brian is the International Social Media Specialist for Ancestry, working closely with our United Kingdom, Sweden and Australian teams.

1 Comment

Evelyn 

Attended this event in Sussex last night. It was fabulous and I highly recommend it. Thank you to the ancestry team for putting these on and for Tony Robinson for being such an inspiring, funny, intelligent, moving, genuine speaker.

27 August 2014 at 8:16 am

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