On Friday 11th September between 10am to 11.30 in Acocks Green Library there will be a session of advice for those interested in studying family history, including using computers and other resources for research purposes. This is one of an-going series of sessions. For more information call into the library or give them a ring. (Contact details on ‘Useful Links’ on right hand side of page).
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