Oxfordshire Family History Society
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|You can meet the
Oxfordshire Family History Society at the following regular times and places. (Note that helpdesk sessions are subject to volunteer availability and may have to be changed at short notice.)
|Monthly (but not August & December) on the 4th Monday evening
||Regular meetings in the Exeter Hall
|Alternate (even numbered) months on the 1st Monday evening
||Computer Group meetings in the Exeter Hall
|Every Tuesday and Thursday, and some Saturdays
||Helpdesk in the Oxfordshire History Centre at St Luke's, Cowley
|Every Tuesday (pm only), Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
||Helpdesk in the Central Library (upstairs in the old Oxfordshire Studies area)
|Fourth Saturday of each month (10am–2pm)
||Helpdesk in Abingdon Library (upstairs in the local and family history area)
Oxfordshire Family History Society will be attending the following
Family History Events over the coming months. This is a chance for the
Society to meet up with some of the members who don't actually live in
|Sunday 25 January
||Bracknell Family History Fair
|Thursday 16 April – Saturday 18 April
||Who Do You Think You Are? - Live
|Two tickets for WDYTYA can be purchased at a discounted rate of £26. Single tickets are £16 in advance or £22 on the door. These can be bought from their website or by phone 0844 873 7330 and quoting EX2426. This offer ends on 3 April.
— NB: £2.25 transaction fee applies.
|Saturday 30 May
||Gloucestershire FHS & Archives Open Day
|Saturday 3 October
||Our Own: Oxfordshire FHS Family History Fair
|For the "bigger picture" of Family
History events around the UK (and some beyond) look at the GENUKI diary
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