|Monthly Meeting: Wednesday 20 February 2019 - 10.30am|
|Venue: Beccles Public Hall|
|Speaker: Graham Higgins Tales from the Bench - a magistrate reviews his work|
|Admission: Free to U3A Members, £2.50 for Guests|
Monthly meetings take place on the 3rd Wednesday of each month in The Public Hall in Smallgate, Beccles. Doors open at 9.45am and refreshments are served until 10.20am. The meeting is called to order at 10.30am when the Chairperson carries out any Business. This is followed by a Guest Speaker. For more information on the varied programme of talks please visit Monthly Talk
Monthly Meeting 16 January 2019
The Chair, Graham Jermyn opened the January monthly meeting by wishing everyone a Happy New Year and welcoming 114 members and guests and 6 new members who were introduced to the audience.
- Two important dates were mentioned.
The first relates to Membership Renewal. Packs will be sent out during the next couple of weeks and members will be able to either renew via the post or pop into Beccles Public Hall on Friday 15th March between 9 am and 12 noon where they will be able to renew their membership, have a cup of tea or coffee and meet some group convenors. Members can also renew by the March (20th) and April (17th) monthly meetings.
The monthly meetings nearly always take place on the 3rd Wednesday in the month. However, the December meeting will clash with the pantomime this year so the December meeting will take place on December 11th 2019.
- Graham made a plea for more members to join the Ballroom Dancing 1, Beginners Spanish 2, Drawing and Painting 2. Its a new year and time to try new things!
- Arrangements for outings trips and events are well under way. Next up is Anglesey Abbey on 4th February. Price including transport is £40 reducing to £25 with National trust membership.
- Thursford has been booked for 11th November and a deposit of £10 will secure your booking but numbers are now limited.
Wed 20 February 2019:- Graham Higgins - Tales from the Bench - a magistrate reviews his work
Wed 20 March 2019:- Sally Dearman - Women CAN fly - a female pilot talks of her experiences