Give the gift of family history this Christmas
- 15th December 2018
Our Explore the Past guide really is the perfect stocking filler. And, at 70 pages long, it’s packed full of insight on how you can start researching your past – it really is the gift that keeps on giving!
If you’re searching for something unique to buy your nearest and dearest, or even your colleagues, neighbours or friends this Christmas, we’ve got the perfect gift that really does keep on giving.
Packed full of all of the insight you could possibly want to know about researching your past, our Explore the Past guide is the ultimate stocking filler that you can dip in and out of whenever you like.
At 70 pages long, not only does it provide you with practically everything you need to go away and start researching your roots right away, it’s a gift we’re sure you’ll get plenty of use out of.
You see, not only will it send you on your merry way to exploring your connections from days gone by, it may well send you on a journey of discovery for many years to come (and many, many years back in time), depending on how far your roots go back.
Local historian, Barbara Jenkins, was fortunate enough to receive a copy of Explore the Past as a Christmas present and she loves it. Here’s what she has to say about it:
“The guide contains photographs, letters, punishment books, school records and it really takes you right back into how people lived. It’s so, so easy to use and you’ll find out all sorts of interesting things. It’s really cheap, £6, I had mine as a Christmas present from my husband, which is brilliant.”
Know somebody who’d love to research their roots this Christmas or fancy giving a Secret Santa gift that’s useful this year? You can purchase Explore the Past for just £6 right here – https://www.explorethepast.co.uk/checkout/?nocache=true
In the meantime, for more information about why the guide is such a great starting point for anybody wanting to delve into their family history, check out our blog, ‘Why researching your family history has never been so easy.’