From the Treasurer

U3A Slimline year 2019 diaries will be arriving during the early part of August. Sorry about the delay so ordering yours now is highly recommended. The price remains the same as last year, i.e. £3.    At last, and with the Treasury Team’s ever joyful thanks, the annual subs collection jamboree is all but over – […]

Northumberland Holiday

I will be giving out our Holiday Brochures for JUNE 9TH 2019, at the MONTHLY  MEETINGS. FEATURING NORTHUMBERLAND- as promised. Staying at the 4* Copthorne Hotel in Newcastle , 6 nights-7days. I have reserved 19 twin and 11 single rooms, some of these have already gone-so be quick!! With visits to: Harlow Carr, Lindisfarne Priory, […]

Trips Coming Up

HELMINGHAM HALL GARDENS, THE COACH HOUSE TEA ROOMS AND STABLE SHOPS. WEDNESDAY 15TH AUGUST 2018  Helmingham Hall Gardens, winner of the 2017(HHA). The gardens surround the impressive Tudor moated Hall set in a 400 acre ancient deer park, the drawbridge is raised every night and has been for the last FIVE CENTURIES. A timeless beauty […]

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New Experiences – July

Six members met for the New Experience group’s activity in June, with social cycling at Pitsford reservoir. We enjoyed a beautiful morning cycling around the reservoir on an assortment of 2 wheeled transport which included an electric bike and a tandem, certainly new experiences for all of us. Our July experience will be canoeing at […]

Science and Technology – July

Science and Technology Group At our next meeting on July 25th at 2:00 pm, we will be showing a selection of films of TED talks.  Technology, entertainment, and design (TED) was founded in 1984 is a media organization that posts talks online for free distribution, under the slogan “ideas worth spreading”. The meeting will take […]

Transport – July

The Transport Group meets at the Little Bowden Bowls Club, Kettering Rd, Market Harborough, on the first Wednesday of the month from 10am until noon. The next meeting will take place on Wednesday 1st of August when we will hold another session when members will be invited to present a short talk on any Transport […]

German Conversation – July

Marmite was invented after a 19th century German scientist discovered that brewers’ yeast could be concentrated and eaten [no I don’t know how or why he did!]. It is rich in vitamin B and was issued to British soldiers during the First World War to stave off beriberi.  A special jar produced for the Queen’s […]

June outing report

Our all day visit to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s Attenborough Reserve on the longest day of the year was rewarded with a fine sunny day. Birds of note seen were an Australian (Black) Swan, several Black-tailed Godwits in full summer plumage, a couple of Garganey going into eclipse plumage, a couple of Red-crested Pochard likewise and […]

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Lunch Club (Wednesday) – July

Lunch Club dates for July is Wednesday 25th. We look forward to seeing you as usual and thank you for your continuing support. If you would like to join either or both of the Langton Lunch Clubs, please telephone Luella. You are most welcome to “help us put the world on the right track!” Luella […]

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Lunch Club (Thursday) – July

Lunch Club date for July is Thursday 19th. We look forward to seeing you as usual and thank you for your continuing support. If you would like to join either or both of the Langton Lunch Clubs, please telephone Luella. You are most welcome to “help us put the world on the right track!” Luella […]