The Research Room is now open on most Fridays at Hillingdon Park Baptist Church (see timetable here) from 10 am to 1 pm but on the first Saturday of each month we also now open at the same times on the 6th Floor of Uxbridge Central Library in association with Hillingdon Local Studies Museum and Archive Service. One to one assistance is normally available except at busy times.
At Hillingdon we have 7 computers available for research with online access, whereas at Uxbridge we only have 5. For this reason it is recommended to book a place at Uxbridge by calling 01895 250702. Booking is not required at Hillingdon. A4 prints at both locations cost 20p and images may be saved to USB memory sticks at both locations.
The Mayor of Hillingdon, Cllr Mary O'Connor with some of our members at our familly history stand at the Age UK - Hillingdon 60+ Fair event. Held in the Pavillions shopping centre in Uxbridge.
A transcript of baptisms for St. Martin's Church West Drayton covering the period 1571 to 1977 is now available for consultation in the Research Room.
The Mayor of Hillingdon, Cllr David Yarrow and The Mayoress Mrs Rita Kilroy visiting the HFHS stand at the Age UK - Hillingdon 60+ Fair event held in the Pavillions shopping centre in October.
The society will be running a practical family history workshop at Ruislip Manor Library on Saturday 12 June from 10 am to 12 noon. People will need to book a place at the library as places are limited.