Just like last year, The British Postal Museum & Archive will have a stand at Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE 2010, the country’s biggest and most comprehensive family history event, taking place on 26 – 28 February 2010 at Olympia in London.
Family History records at the BPMA
The British Postal Museum & Archive is the best place to find out more information on postal ancestors. Royal Mail Group is still one of the largest employers in the country, and with over 370 years of history it has had an impact on countless lives.
The Pensions and Gratuities records tend to be the main source of information for family historians. They include information such as name, rank, date of birth, years of service, positions held, and amount of pension/gratuity awarded.
BPMA at WDYTYA Live
At the BPMA stand this year you will be able to get information and put questions to our knowledgeable staff that will be manning the stand throughout the weekend.
WDYTYA Live 2010
WDYTYA Live is the country’s biggest family history event, sponsored by Ancestry.co.uk and powered by Times Archive, and featuring a host of exhibitors covering everything from recording and documenting your research to maps and photo preservation. There will also be opportunities to get one-to-one guidance from specialists in Ask the Experts.
Kate Humble and Esther Rantzen will be 2 of the celebrities taking to the stage to bring the TV show to life with an exclusive peek behind the scenes. New for 2010, there is also the brand new Truprint Photography Gallery, where you will be able to have your photos dated, identified, digitised or restored.
We hope to see you there!
2 FOR 1 TICKET OFFER!
We’re giving you the chance to buy two adult tickets for £22 – that’s a saving of £22*! To claim this special offer and get your tickets to the country’s biggest and most comprehensive family history event, simply call the ticket hotline on 0871 230 5596 or visit www.whodoyouthinkyouarelive.co.uk and quote EX241
*£2 transaction fee applies. 2 for 1 offer ends 19th February 2010. On-door standard entry tickets priced at £22 each. Workshop tickets available free on-site, or in advance at a cost of £2. This is not a BBC event.