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Thursday, 15 March 2012

National Archives online community pilot. North West Kent Family History Society Talks- April 2012.

National Archives on line community pilot.

The National Archives is setting up on line community pilot. They plan to trial an on line community to see if it could help them develop and improve their on line services. The community will provide feedback on new features and functions being developed and creating a space for generating new ideas.
The pilot  will have a limited the number of people to start with they asking for 100 volunteers who will be signed up on a first come, first served basis. The community will be kept closed sand only members can view and interact with the content. Those not selected for the initial trial, will be added to the waiting list and notified if they decide to expand the community and increase the number of members.

The trial will last for six months (March and August 2012). If it is decided that the trial is successful, they will look at establishing a permanent community as part of their package of on line services.  To register Community Pilot

North West Kent Family History Society Talks- April 2012.

The three branches of NWKFHS have the following talks in April.

Bromley Branch Bromley Methodist Church, College Road, Bromley BR1 3NS. The hall opens at 9.45am, the meeting proper is due to start at 10.30am.

Saturday 21 April 2012 Helen Allinson Life in the Victorian Kentish Workhouse. 

Dartford Branch: Dartford Technology College. This is on the north side of Heath Lane, Dartford Kent. Doors open from 9.45am with the meeting proper starting at 10.30am.

Saturday 7 April Meryl Catty & Audrey Gillett An Enumerator's Tale & Annual Meeting.

Sevenoaks Branch: Sevenoaks Community Centre, Otford Road, Sevenoaks, Kent. Doors open at 7.15pm.

Thursday 12 April 2012 Jean Stirk & David Williams "Ightham at the Cross Roads"
& Annual Meeting.

Visitors are welcome, a donation is appreciated. It is also an opportunity to meet fellow family historians and see what the Society can do to assist you. Before travelling please check the website for any changes to the program at Society Meetings  where  you can find more details about talks and meetings.

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