Start Your Family Tree Week: Competition
Read on for all you need to know about the Start Your Family Tree Week competition.
How to enter
To enter findmypast.co.uk's Start Your Family Tree Week competition, visit either our Facebook or Twitter page for a new question to answer every day between 26 December and 1 January. Send all seven answers together in one email with the subject line 'Festive challenge' before midnight on 10 January 2012 (UK time) to email@example.com, including your name, postal address and daytime telephone number.
A day tracing your family tree with famous genealogist, Else Churchill, at the Society of Genealogists in London using the resources of the SoG and getting an expert's help with your family history. The prize includes return travel by train to London from within the UK and two nights' accommodation in London for the winner and a guest.
Runner up prizes
A one hour consultation with genealogist Nick Barratt of Sticks Research Agency via email to examine your family history brick wall and provide an answer.
One 12 month subscription to The British Newspaper Archive.
Five 12 month memberships to a family history society from this list, courtesy of the Federation of Family History Societies.
Five pairs of tickets to Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE 2012 at Olympia in London, courtesy of Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE.
Two 12 month subscriptions to Who Do You Think You Are? magazine.
20 family tree charts, courtesy of Who Do You Think You Are? magazine.
One 12 month subscription to Your Family History magazine.
One 12 month subscription to Family History Monthly magazine.
One 12 month subscription to Family Tree magazine, plus a magazine binder and a copy of Family History Made Easy (worth £9.99).
Two Family Historian family tree software packs (worth £35), courtesy of My History.
Five Springback binders (worth £17), courtesy of My History.
Terms & conditions
All entrants must be over the age of 18.
The first entry opened at random with correct answers to all seven questions will win first prize. The other runner-up prizes will be allocated in no particular order to the next correct entries opened.
Prizes are not transferable and no alternatives will be offered. No purchase is necessary.
First prize includes return travel by train from within the UK for the winner and one guest and two nights' accommodation in London, based on two people sharing a double or twin room. Only the winner's family history will be researched.