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Are you searching for a member of your family? New ITV series could help.

9 years ago...

Are you searching for a member of your family? New ITV series could help.

Is there someone important missing in your family – someone you’d love to be reunited with? Perhaps you are adopted and long to find your birth family, or maybe you’d love to meet the father you’ve never known?

The makers of the highly acclaimed BBC family history series ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ might be able to help find them for you. In a heart warming new television series for ITV, Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell are reuniting long lost relatives who have been affected by adoption or family separation.
They have already successfully reunited sons and daughters with their fathers, twin sisters adopted into different families, and birth mothers with the children they gave up for adoption years ago. They‘re in a position to help reunite more families and wanted to offer their help and expertise to any Surbiton families who might be interested.

If you would like to get in touch and tell them about the search for your relative, go to http://www.walltowall.co.uk/longlostfamily.aspx, fill in your details and they’ll get straight back to you.

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