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No experience is required for these workshops but enthusiasm is welcome!

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'How to archive' workshop

Saturday 16 September, 1-4pm

Liverpool Central Library

Heritage consultant Heather Roberts will be giving us simple and practical advice on how best to keep your archives. An archive can be anything that tells your story, including newspaper clippings, letters, photos or objects.

Suitable for ages 12+. 

This is a free workshop but places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment   Book your free ticket for 'How to archive' on Eventbrite.

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Conservation drop in

Tuesday 17 October, 1.30-4pm

Museum of Liverpool

If you have particularly fragile objects that you need some help looking after then come and talk to the experts from National Museums Liverpool's conservation team, who will advise you on the best way to protect them. Bring objects for us to see in person if you can, or send us pictures via facebook or twitter. No need to book, just show up on the day.

Valuations will not be offered at this event.

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Family tree workshop

Saturday 25 November, 1-4pm

Museum of Liverpool

This workshop will help you start to think about how you might research your own family history. Carlston Walters is chair of the Caribbean Family History Group for Solihull and Birmingham. He will use examples from his own research into his Caribbean heritage to help you explore your family tree.

Suitable for ages 12+ 

This is a free workshop but places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment   Book your free ticket for the Family tree workshop on Eventbrite.

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