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PUBLISHED: 11:05 08 October 2009 | UPDATED: 11:06 23 August 2010

EXPERTS are set to give residents help in finding secrets locked within their family s past. The North West Kent Family History Society is due to hold a family history drop in session at the New Ash Green Library on Saturday from 10am to 1.30pm. Societ

EXPERTS are set to give residents help in finding secrets locked within their family's past.

The North West Kent Family History Society is due to hold a family history drop in session at the New Ash Green Library on Saturday from 10am to 1.30pm.

Society members will be there to help those just starting out with their research and those more experienced who have hit a brick wall in their pursuit.

A spokesman for the group said: "If you are interested in your family history the societies members can show you the benefits of joining a family history society based within the area that you live.

"You would be among like minded people who between them have a multitude of experience, information and knowledge to help with problems which are usually the same irrespective of the area of research."

There will be internet connection on the day to help search for that illusive relative and they have computers available to search for items that are not on the web.

For more information go to: www.nwkfhs.org.uk

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