Who do you think you are? Find out during ancestry workshops by Kingston libraries

A month of ancestry workshops begins at Kingston library next week

A month of ancestry workshops begins at Kingston library next week

First published in This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy editor - Kingston

Find out who you really are during a series of ancestry sessions as Kingston libraries holds a reference and information month throughout February.

The borough’s library and heritage services will be holding free taster sessions for visitors to trace the history of their families, with the help of librarian Alex Webb – who will be hosting some sessions dressed as a Viking.

The first two 45-minute classes take place at Kingston library in Wheatfield Way on Tuesday, February 4.

There will be two more sessions on Monday, February 10, in Surbiton library, before moving to New Malden Library on Tuesday, February 20.

The ancestry tasters conclude at Hook library on Thursday, February 27.

Ancestry taster sessions, February 4, 10, 20 and 27; Kingston library, Surbiton library, New Malden library and Hook library; Free; Call 020 8547 5006 or email kingston.library @rbk.kingston.gov.uk.

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