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MEETINGS

Thursday


Members are sometimes a bit puzzled by what happens at 'The Workshop' on the Thursday following the Wednesday meeting (and wonder what WORK we do there!) So.......… here's some enlightenment.


The 'Workshop' is the small modern building behind Flames, from Chapel Lane go through Holy Trinity gate and it is on your left.  Formby U3A hires the room on the 2nd Thursday of the month, the day after the large Wednesday meeting in Holy Trinity Parish Hall.  It's open from 10.30am to 12 Noon.


  • Here a few reasons to call in:


  • Free cup of tea or coffee


  • Pick up your monthly Newsletter and collect Newsletters for your Group


  • Meet representatives from your Committee


  • Find out about new groups


  • Read the information about all our groups in the files which our Group Secretary, has kindly compiled


  • Enjoy the talks and presentations that are sometimes arranged by your Committee


  • Obtain information about National U3A courses from our Secretary


  • If any concert or theatre trips are being planned, usually someone is available to collect names and payment


  • Meet members from other groups


  • The inaugural meeting of new groups sometimes takes place in 'The Workshop'


  • Pay your £9 annual membership fee in January or February


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2019

Monthly meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month

(except August) in Holy Trinity Parish Hall at 2pm and normally last just over an hour.


 Please remember to bring your current membership card to show at each event and activity - for 2019 the card is YELLOW

Date

Title

Speaker


2019


AUGUST

NO MEETING - SUMMER BREAK


11th

September

A stranger in a Strange Land


Gill lived with her family in Japan for 4 years.  The presentation describes some of the cultural aspects of life relating to the hundreds of years when the country had been closed to Western influence and what it was like to see the traditional and modern side by side every time you walked down the road.


Gill Russell,

9th October

My life as a BBC Reporter

Ian Cheeseman

12th November

The Bill Tasker Show.

David Davies & Folk Group

12th December

Sing Me Merseyside perform a wide range of songs


All talks subject to possible change