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Spring 2021 Programme

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Talks for our Spring 2021 season commence in January.
Due to the on-going restrictions, all meetings will continue to be held online via the Zoom platform.

To attend, participants will need to pre-register using the links below. Note: Registration will open one month before each event.

  • Tuesday, 12 January: The Accident Waiting to Happen - The Whittall Street Explosion of 1859. Speaker: Liz Palmer. Register here
  • Tuesday, 09 February: Stories from the Worcestershire Archives. Speaker: Paul Hudson.  Register here
  • Tuesday, 09 March: The History of Bromsgrove School. Speaker: Philip Bowen
  • Tuesday, 13 April: The Craythorne Family. Speaker: Jan Pick
  • Tuesday, 11 May: Goose Grease & Brown Paper. Speaker: Kath Reynolds

All meetings will be held at 7.30 p.m. 'Doors' to the online meeting room will open at 7.15 p.m. to give people time to login and connect to the meeting.

These meetings are open to both members and non-members. However, if you are not already a member of Midland Ancestors, we encourage you to join the Society; membership costs just £14.50 per year.

Note: Once received, the meeting registration link is unique to you and cannot be used by anyone else. 

 

Where's the Login?

Due to the volume of spoof registrations, the login facility has been suspended. All resources that previously required registration and login are now publicly accessible.

The North Worcestershire Family History Forum has also been suspended.

A new website for Midlands Ancestors' Bromsgrove Branch will be launched later this year. Please bear with us while we migrate to a new site.

Forthcoming Events

Stories from the Worcestershire Archives

February
Tuesday
09

Stories from the Worcestershire Archives....



The History of Bromsgrove School

March
Tuesday
09

The History of Bromsgrove School. Speaker:...



The Craythorne Family

April
Tuesday
13

The Craythorne Family. Speaker: Jan Pick See...



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