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November 2017

Trips: Peterborough

Fri 24th November 2017

Peterborough is known for the 12th - 13th century Peterborough Cathedral, with its Gothic facade.  In a former hospital building, the Peterborough Museum has a reconstructed Victorian operating theatre, plus fossils and paintings.  Flag Fen Archaeology Park features Bronze Age village and causeway remains.  Nene Park is home to woodlands, footpaths and Ferry Meadows recreation area.  Shopping is good, and stores include John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Lakeland and Beales etc, so there is ample opportunity to do your Christmas…

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December 2017

Trips: Doddington Hall & Gardens at Christmas

Tue 5th December 2017

Imaginatively decorated for Christmas, we have the chance to soak up the festive atmosphere of Christmas in a treasured family home which has seen a lot of Christmas mornings over its four-hundred years of history, and to see what the present - day family and staff have created.  There is also a farm shop, bauble bar, clothing shop, and home shop.  There is also a Cafe and Coffee shop to get some lunch. Coach leaves Market Harborough Bus station at…

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December General Meeting

Mon 11th December 2017: 9:45 am - 11:45 am

This month's meeting is our Christmas Concert featuring the SLU3A Choir, mince pies and more!

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SLU3A Christmas Lunch

Thu 14th December 2017: 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

The SLU3A Christmas Lunch 2017 will be held on Thursday, December 14th, at Hothorpe Hall.  Time 12.30 for 1pm.  This year everyone has a wider choice of menu than usual, there are four starters, four mains and four desserts to choose from, followed by coffee.  To download the menu please click here: SLU3A Christmas lunch 2017 menu.  I shall start taking bookings and menu requests at the September general meeting.  Payment is required at the time of booking and this…

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January 2018

General Meeting: January 2018

Mon January 8: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Ian Addis - The Story of Wicksteed Park

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Trips: The Triumph Visitor Centre, Hinckley

Thu January 25

HOME OF THE MOTORCYCLE A fully guided Factory Tour, from concept to manufacturing and final assembly. This outing is limited to THIRTY. This factory tour takes us beyond the gates where we’ll see Triumph motorcycles being built, while our guide reveals some fascinating insights and facts.  The Visitor Experience Café and Store will be open too. Upon arrival we will have refreshments and then split into two groups.  The first factory tour starts at 10.30am, with the second tour going round at…

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February 2018

General Meeting: Open Day

Mon February 12: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

"Open Day" on Monday 12th February 2018. If you are already a member of SLU3A, bring along a friend who might be interested in becoming one. If you're not yet a member, come and see what we have to offer.

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Trips: Bank of England Museum

Fri February 16

The Museum explains the Bank’s history from its foundation in 1694 and its work today at the centre of the economy.  Explore the advanced security features on our bank notes and pick up a genuine gold bar. THIS TRIP IS FULL BUT I HAVE A LONG RESERVE LIST SO IF THERE IS SUFFICIENT DEMAND I WILL BOOK ANOTHER DATE The coach will leave Market Harborough Bus Station at 8.30am To book contact Maryan Richardson Tel - 01858 462573

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Third Age Trust Summer Schools Booking Opens

Fri February 16

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No Finer Life

Fri February 16: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

A play in Oakham Castle  on February 16th 2018 that may be of interest to members. "It is a 'lovely story, beautifully told' of a land army girl who sought out a farmer and author of a best selling book on farming during the war.  Written by Graham Harvey, writer and agricultural editor of the Archers, it is brought to life in a stunning one woman performance by Rebecca Bailey, accompanied by pianist, Al Collingwood. Audiences have been giving it…

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