Loading Events
Find Events

Event Views Navigation

Past Events

Events List Navigation

July 2017

July General Meeting

Mon July 10: 10:00 am - 11:45 am

This month's speaker is Mrs J Moulds with the topic of Dirty and Smelly.

Find out more »

U3A Summer School

Mon July 17: 9:00 am - Thu July 20: 5:00 pm

Held at Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire, this year's courses include: Cryptic crosswords, France, Globalisation, History, Literature, Maths, Recorders, Sexuality in the Ancient World. To book your place on any events or workshops the national office is administering, visit the events section in the members’ area of the national website at  www.u3a.org.uk  or call the national office.

Find out more »

Trips: RHS Flower Show, Tatton Park – CANCELLED
£38

Sun July 23

Set in the magnificant parkland of Tatton Park, this year's show is packed with new features, including the Evolution Themed Gardens - a glimpse into the gardens and spaces of tomorrow.  Show favourites are still here: the ever popular Back-to-Back Gardens, Water Gardens, Vertical Gardens, Summer floral displays, a Flowery Ferris Wheel, delicious Artisan food and superb live entertainment, together with a grow-your-own hub providing advice and demonstrations and elaborately decorated Garden Hideaway Sheds.  It's more like a garden party!! There…

Find out more »
August 2017

Trips: ‘Call the Midwife’ Tour and Historic Dockyard, Chatham
£35

Thu August 3

Led by your very own Midwife, this guided tour visits areas of the dockyard that have been used as locations for the TV drama 'Call The Midwife'.  Four new Galleries are now open to reveal the dockyard's untold story, from the 'Age of Sail' to where ships where built for the Royal Navy.  'The Dutch Raid 350' exhibition depicts how the Dutch fleet, under Michael De Ruyter, sailed up the Medway and captured the British Flagship while setting fire to…

Find out more »

U3A Summer School – Cirencester

Mon August 14: 9:00 am - Thu August 17: 5:00 pm

Held at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, this year's courses include: Creative Writing, Garden History, Latin, Literature, Music, Poetry, Shakespeare, Singing. To book your place on any events or workshops the national office is administering, visit the events section in the members’ area of the national website at  www.u3a.org.uk  or call the national office.

Find out more »

August General Meeting

Mon August 14: 10:00 am - 11:45 am

This month's speaker is Adrian McGlynn on the topic of 'Why is Shakespeare Relevant Today?'.

Find out more »
September 2017

Kilworth House Theatre – ‘Top Hat’
£35

Wed September 6: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Based on the 1935 movie of the same name, ‘Top Hat’ is packed full of Irving Berlin’s greatest hits including ‘Cheek to Cheek’, ‘Top Hat’, ‘White Tie & Tails’, ‘Let’s Face the Music & Dance’ and ‘Puttin’ on the Ritz’ and tells the story of Broadway sensation Jerry Travers who dances his way across Europe to win the heart of society girl Dale Tremont.  In a riotous mistaken-identity plot, Dale Tremont believes that her ardent pursuer Jerry Travers – who…

Find out more »

U3A Summer School – Cirencester

Mon September 11: 9:00 am - Thu September 14: 5:00 pm

Held at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, this year's courses include: Art History, Drama, Exploring English, History, Music, Opera, Russian Revolutions, Spanish, Writing. To book your place on any events or workshops the national office is administering, visit the events section in the members’ area of the national website at www.u3a.org.uk or call the national office.

Find out more »

September General Meeting

Mon September 11: 10:00 am - 11:45 am

This month's speaker is Jenny Gilbert on the topic of 'Fit for a King'.

Find out more »

Trips: City of Worcester
£18

Thu September 14

Worcester, by the River Severn, is a city with a fascinating history of industry and a wealth of interesting architecture.  Medieval Worcester Cathedral, one of the loveliest in England, houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters and admission is free.  The timber-framed Tudor House Museum, a 16th Century building situated in Worcester’s oldest and prettiest street and also with free admission, focuses on life in Tudor and 17th-century Worcester, with displays on traditional brewing and weaving. At The Commandery, a…

Find out more »