Look into your family history
FAMILIES in the county are being encouraged to research their history, but there could be some disruption today.
Staff at Gloucestershire Family History Society always urge people to delve into their family trees, but they warn there could be problems for those driving to Gloucestershire Archives, in Alvin Street, today.
There will be no parking all day because of the presence of a crane in the car park.
But people are still being encouraged to consider looking at the family's past.
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David Howells, chairman of the GFHS, said: "Did your ancestors live or work in Gloucestershire? If so we can help you in your research.
"Come to monthly meetings in Gloucester, Stroud, Cirencester or the Forest of Dean.
"Join us and become one of our friendly community of researchers who receive quarterly journals and access to local search registers via our search services service."
For more information people can visit www.gfhs. org.uk or call 01452 524344.