A series of announcements via their Facebook Page, have revealed the following experts will be talking at the Fair on 25th October 2014.
- Author, and former BBC researcher, Kathy Chater will be talking about how to turn your family history research into a story.
- Author, well-known local historian, and President of the Cambridgeshire Association for Local History, Mike Petty MBE will be talking about the resources available to you when researching your Cambridgeshire ancestors.
- Social historian Tom Doig returns, this time to talk about identifying dates of Edwardian photographs and postcards.
- Carl Warner, Research and Information Manager at the Imperial War Museum Duxford, will be explaining how you can use the Museum’s vast image library to research and share your story.
The Fair returns to Girton Glebe Primary School, in Girton, on the North-west side of Cambridge. Parking and entry is free, and doors are open 10am-4pm.
For the latest information about the event, and to find out about the Society, take a look at their website.
I went to last year’s Fair History Fair, and really enjoyed it – attending Tom Doig’s lecture, and picked up a few special priced bargains.
See you there!