Dear Family Historian,

This week we are offering 20 free sleeves when you purchase 2 ring binders and you can save 25% on our Storage Boxes.

In this issue we take a look at our range of magnifiers which are ideal for looking at documents and helping you focus - with prices from only £2, there is something for everyone!

The Family History Show Online returns on 19th June. There will be a whole host of new talks available throughout the day, over 80 exhibitors for you to talk to, and experts who are looking forward to meeting you! Pre-book your tickets now for only £6.00 or click here to find out more.

Our Article from the Archives this week looks at John Bishop, who recently took part in The Great Celebrity Bake Off.

All the best,

The S&N Team

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We have a range of magnifiers to suit every pocket - from a light-up magnifier ideal for carrying in your pocket, to a line reader magnifier which is perfect for reading newspapers, books and historical documents. Prices start from just £2!

This solid acrylic dome magnifier offers optical clarity by gathering light. When placed on a flat surface the magnifier glides effortlessly across and offers perfect focus. It draws in ambient light to illuminate work area. 2 inch round, 4x magnification.
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The Family History Show, Online

Saturday 19th June 2021

The Family History Show, York is now an online event. This brings the benefit of becoming an international event, that anyone can attend from the comfort of their own home! You can safely meet exhibitors, such as ourselves, via our virtual stall, chat and find out about all our products and you can enjoy access to all the usual show features.

The Family History Show Online takes place on 19th June, featuring two online lecture theatres, the popular 'Ask the Experts' area where you can put questions forward to specialists, live chat and forum where you can talk with other attendees, as well as a whole host of stalls so you can ask for advice as well as buy genealogical products.

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John Bishop - Who Do You Think You Are?

John Bishop was one of the celebrities taking the journey into their past on BBC's 'Who Do You Think You Are?' and discovered that he's not the only entertainer in his family. In John's family outside of Liverpool, his great-great-grandfather Charles Bishop was recorded on the 1861 census as a Vicar in Sussex, but had a dramatic career change of his own, and is recorded on the 1891 census in Lancashire as a 'Music Vocalist'.

Click here to read the article

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