Though 95% Said Heritage Is White British, The Average Villager is Just 42% British
Talk about a catchy headline -- The English village that's not very English at all! How residents in a Cotswolds community have DNA from 18 different parts of the world despite 95% saying their heritage is white British.
Angie Bush (our NGS DNA expert), shares her thoughts “DNA testing brings a village even closer together. Several residents of Bledington, Gloucestershire, recently took the AncestryDNA test and discovered many exciting things about their ancestry and how connected they really are. As one villager said: 'This whole experience has been wonderful, a real opportunity. It's really brought the community spirit back to Bledington.'”
So, think you know what your ancestry is!?!? DNA testing might just tell you something different.
What has surprised you the most about your DNA test results?
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