All meetings are held at Wake House, 41 North Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9AE on the fourth Tuesday of the month unless otherwise stated. Wake House was built circa 1800 and was the birthplace of Charles Frederick Worth, son of a local Solicitor born 13th October 1825 who founded a Paris Fashion house and is known as the "Father of Haute Couture".

More about the venue can be found here

Wake House is near to the centre of Bourne and has a car park at the rear of the building. To access this, turn into Burghley Street (just after Wake House if heading north). Disabled Access is through the car park with entrance to the rear of the building. The venue benefits from a Wi-Fi connection. Please click on the map below for a larger version (opens in a new page). Doors open at 7.00pm for 7.30pm start. Non-members are welcome to visit and use the facilities of our Research Centre and Library at Monks Way, Lincoln and to attend branch meetings free of charge. Please click here to e-mail the Bourne Branch contact.

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Ask The Panel
Let Us Try And Help You Find That Missing Ancestor
OR
Evening Visit to a Local Place of Interest

You Cannot Be Serious
Mick Rawle
Amusing Tales in Family History

Open Day
Details to be Announced

Who Do You Think You Are?
The Origins of England
Bob Kershaw
Who are you descended from Saxons, Vikings or Whom?

German Concentration Camps
Tony Stubbs
A look at life in those Camps

Social Evening
including team quiz and festive refreshments

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