What’s On in November?

  • 10 November – Family History From Home – An Introduction by the National Library of Scotland. Book via Eventbrite, click here for information
  • 13 November - Researching your family history, 20th century sources by the National Archives , book through Eventbrite click here for information
  • 14 November – A journey through Black History from Africa to Britain via the Caribbean with Paul Crooks Ancestral Talks. Book through Eventbrite, click here for information.
  • 18 November – A live audio drama in conjunction with the National Archives exploring repatriation of people from the West Indies in 1920’s Liverpool. Book tickets through Eventbrite, click here for information
  • 27 November – Zoom meeting of Caribbean Family History Group. Register to join the meeting, please click here
  • Read about Olaudah Equiano (c.1745 – 1797), an African writer whose experiences as a slave prompted him to become involved in the British Abolition movement . Read more here
  • Alex Scott, presenter and former footballer was featured on the BBC series of Who Do you Think You Are, recently. She learnt about her Jamaican ancestry as well as her Jewish ancestry. Available to watch in BBC iPlayer, click here