Family tracing talk

A CHANCE to find out more about the country’s most successful family tracing service is available in Bognor Regis.

Major Norman Piper, of the Salvation Army, will be talking about its work at 10.30am on May 2. His talk at The Hub in Canada Grove will be followed by a question and answer session.

The service has an 84 per cent success rate and is committed to reconciling ten people with members of their families in the UK or abroad every day.

The event is part of the Come And Meet Each Other programme run by The Salvation Army in Bognor. It is open to everyone for friendship and fun on Wednesday mornings.

The varied programme includes games, quizzes, films and speakers. The doors for the talk and the CAMEO meetings open at 10am for refreshments.

More details from Lieutenants Marion and Jonathan Rouffet on 01243 870243.