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Family History Day - Saturday 19th May 2018

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A Family History Day — Sat. 19th May 2018

Friends at Audley Methodist Church invite you to a Family History Day in the Church Hall from 10.00 am until 2.00 pm.

For the first time ever, Baptism record books from past and present local Methodist Chapels dating from 1860s will be on display for you to search your Family History. Marriage Registers and God's Acre Cemetery Records also on view.

Refreshments available all day.

Sunday 20th May — Open Air Memorial Service

On Sunday 20th May there will be an Open Air Memorial Service in the God's Acre Cemetery with music by Audley Brass Band. Followed by refreshments in the Church Hall for all.

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