Who Do You Think You Are?

Who Do You Think You Are? Live sponsored by Ancestry


The world’s largest family history show and will be returning to the NEC in Birmingham from Thursday 6 – Saturday 8 April 2017.


The Western Front Association will be exhibiting at the show and would love to see you there, so why not join us and SAVE £20 by purchasing 2 tickets for only £28 today! 


 Crowds at WDYTYA


In its 11th year, Who Do You Think You Are will be hosted by the likes of former Strictly Come Dancing and Casualty Star Sunetra Sarker, local historian Carl Chinn, and Sir Tony Robinson as well as DNA expertise, military vehicles and a 1940s sitting room.


The show is a fantastic opportunity for you to discuss your individual family history with over 130 genealogy experts who will be on hand to help with your research and provide FREE access to their billions of records. The show will open its doors to the industry’s leading companies as well as local family history societies, archives and libraries.

There will also be a packed workshop programme from the Society of Genealogists, Ask the Experts area offering you a FREE one-on-one session, heirloom detectives Marc Allum and Eric Knowles and a dedicated military zone. NEW Features for 2017 also include a selection of rare military vehicles, a 1940s living room complete with a Morrison shelter, Sunetra Sarker from the recent WDYTYA? TV series and stars from the acclaimed BBC Two Series The Victorian Slum. 

Don’t miss your chance to attend this event - undoubtedly the highlight of the genealogy calendar and a fantastic day out where you’ll be sure to find all the expert advice, tips and guidance you need to enhance your own family history discoveries. 

WDYTYA 2 tickets


To make the most of this fantastic offer, and to SAVE £20 click here today or call 0844 873 7330 and quote code EE28.

Terms and conditions

£2.25 transaction fee applies. Saving based on the door price which is £24 a ticket. Calls cost 7p per minute plus network extras/ Offer valid until 3.4.17. 

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