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Date: 10th November.
Subject: The Woman Who didn't Exist
Venue: Community Centre.
Speaker: Clive & Kath Richardson
Date: 08th December.
Subject: Christmas Party
Venue: Community Centre.
Wolds U3A: Members.
Date: 12th January.
Subject: '2 man play about Conscientious
Venue: Community Centre.
Wolds Wheelers. - Colin Bickerdyke is now the new leader this group.
The U3A wolds wheelers needs new cyclists to form a core group and will meet once or twice per month to
explore the countryside around Driffield.
The only requirements are that you have use of a Bicycle and are reasonably fit and able to ride 10 to 25 miles on a regular basis. For further details send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Or Telephone 01377 538437.
Walking Group - Phil Dunn will stand down at Christmas, new leader will be advised as soon as someone volunteers!
The 'Great Gordino' ( Gordon Stowe) is moving to West Yorkshire to be nearer his family - we wish him well but will welcome him back on any occasion.
Eighteen of the twenty-six interest groups were represented at the above event, some group representatives missing as they were with the Walking Group walk based on the site of the medieval village of Fordon. The event attracted numerous members of both the general public and existing Wolds U3A members in addition to the local press, photographs appearing in the following week's publication of the Wolds Weekly. Hopefully, the event will not only raise awareness generally of the U3A, but also the scope of interest groups within the local organisation, so resulting in an increased membership. In addition to thanking the interest section leaders who attended thanks are extended to the stalwart team of ladies who organised the refreshments and also to the Community Centre caretaker, Rob, who was instrumental in setting up the room and clearing away - my sincere thanks. Janet Dunn
Thanks to all the Interest Group leaders/nominees who attended.
I do hope you consider the afternoon was useful - please give me your feedback on the positive/negative aspects of the afternoon so that it can be improved upon in future years.
The following new interest groups were requested:-
1) European languages - starters French/Spanish/Italian
2) Computers- basic and updating
3) Gardening Forum
4) 4-5 milers Walking section
Are there any volunteer leaders for these prospective groups? Do please contact me if interested either in leading or being a member of the proposed groups. Janet Dunn
Could members/groups please come forward and volunteer to provide some entertainment at the Christmas Party, eg, dance routine, play etc.. Please contact Toby 538613
1) Possible Study Day at Saltaire, Wednesday, March 15th at 10.15am
Saltaire is a World Heritage Site, where in 1853 Titus Salt, a philanthropist, built a cotton mill and model village with the welfare of his workers very much in mind.
The day would start at 10.15, at Salts Mill.
In the afternoon, we would gather at the United Reformed Church opposite, at 2.30.pm. Titus Salt gave this church to the occupants of the village.
We are very much aware that some groups have already been to Saltaire, so before we make
a Firm booking, it would be useful to know if there is sufficient interest. More Information about the Trip.
Will you therefore, telephone me, Beth Rudkin, on 01226 241477, or email me on email@example.com
2) A Celebration of 1,000 U3As, 22 November 2016 at 13:00. Venue: Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, NW1 2BJ, London, United Kingdom. Tickets available £5.00 until 21st November. Obtain your tickets Here!
3) U3A Christmas Concerts
U3A Christmas Concert 2016 with the Brandenburg Singers and Organ.
Due to popular demand from U3A members, there are three Christmas concerts this year, it is the same program at all three.
7th December 2016 - 2.00pm and 5.30pm and 12th December 2016 - 2.00pm
Designed to whet your appetite for the coming season, the concert will include traditional carols and be enhanced by the gentle glow of mulled wine and mince pies.
The concert will be introduced and conducted by Bob Porter, the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London's Artistic Director. The Chapel belongs to her Majesty the Queen in her Right as Duke of Lancaster. It is a 'free' chapel or 'peculiar', not falling within any bishop's jurisdiction, but remaining within the Church of England. It is the last surviving building of a hospital founded by Henry VII for homeless people in 1512. It is a beautiful, intimate space for concerts with a fine acoustic and splendid Walker organ. The Brandenburg Singers is a small hand-picked group drawn from the finest of the members of the 150 choirs that perform in the Brandenburg Choral Festival of London. They will perform a balanced programme of familiar Festive repertoire alongside traditional carols with the audience, interspaced with topical readings and a couple of surprises.
Tickets: £19.00 per person including programme, mulled wine and mince pie. Seating is unreserved. Click Image for Booking Information.