Family History Federation

The Family History Federation is an educational charity supporting over 160 member organisations throughout the world.

Latest Newsletter

The 30 March 2020 Family History Federation Newsletter is available HERE.


Family Tree Live – Covid-19 Cancellation Announcement

It is with great regret that we announce the cancellation of Family Tree Live. The show was due to have been held on 17 & 18 April 2020 at Alexandra Palace. Due to the current health implications concerning the Covid-19 pandemic, we have no choice but to put the well being of all concerned first, and cancel our two-day family history show.

The full statement is available at

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Debbie Bradley at


February 2020 Newsletter

The February newsletter includes information about researching occupations, an appeal for help with War Memorial research and information about Family Tree Live. Read the newsletter HERE.


FHF Members - Education Day - Saturday 30th May 2020

We have arranged our first Education Day where we can share ideas, discuss the promotion of education in family history and see some initiatives that will help all of us fulfil the education remit. See more information HERE.


FFHS Members - FFHS Annual General & General Meeting Saturday 14th March 2020, West Oxfordshire Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford. 

Please be advised that the Notices of meetings, Reports of Officers and Information for Representatives planning to attend the meetings can be found within the Members Only Area of the website under the 'Federation Resources' tab and then use the 'Federation Meetings' link.

The Community Centre opens at 9.30am and registration

The Annual General Meeting will start at 11.00am followed after a short interval by the General Meeting.

You are reminded that if it is your intention to attend the meetings it is imperative that you let Debbie Bradley (Administrator) know by Monday March 9th by email to


The National Archives 

The National Archives wants to reach out to people who are curious about history but have not yet used their services. More details appear on the TNA blog at:

You can register your interest in taking part by visiting: