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Residential Trip in September/October 2020

Following another successful members only residential trip to Llandudno in October 2019, Suffolk is the destination for next year. For further information visit the Trips Page. 2020 Warner's Gunton Hall Coastal Village is the venue.

VISIT TO WINTER WONDERLAND November 2019

Following the successful trip to Winchester last year, 2018, for the Cathedral Tours and Christmas Market, this year a members only trip to Hyde Park London for the Winter Wonderland was organised and took place on Friday the 29th November 2019. A report on this trip will be posted in due course.

CHRISTMAS LUNCH 2019

Following the success of last year's Christmas Lunch at the Kirtlington Golf Club we are, by popular demand, returning there this year. A full compliment for this lunch has now been reached.

PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION 2019

THE THEME FOR 2019 WAS “REFLECTIONS”

Following the 1st viewing in Oct a second viewing AND Voting took place at the Nov meeting on Thurs.the 28th.
The votes have now been counted and the Winners and runners-up will be announced at the Bicester U3A Christmas Lunch. The winning photos will also be on display.
For the benefit of other members the winners will be announced together with the display at the January AGM.

Mike Luff

LATEST NEWSLETTER

Click on November 2019 Newsletter to see our latest Newsletter.

VISIT TO BLETCHLEY PARK 2019

A day trip to Bletchley Park took place on Tuesday 2nd July 2019. Everyone who went found it very interesting and thoroughly enjoyed the day. For a review with photos please click on Bletchley Park 2019.

AGM - 2019

The Chairman's Report for the Bicester U3A AGM 2019 meeting is now available, to view click here AGM 2019 Chairman\'s Report

GROUP NEWS

Group Leaders Meeting 30th May 2019.

Many of our hard working group leaders took time out for this important meeting.
During the last year there has been much new legislation affecting all U3As which had to be passed on to group leaders.
We had Financial, Data Protection, Beacon, Equality and Inclusion, Safeguarding and Insurance presentations. So much had changed that it was necessary to issue new Handbooks to the group leaders.
The Littlebury hotel provided an excellent afternoon tea which was enjoyed by all.

Discussion Time Time to Eat

POTENTIAL NEW GROUPS

Cryptic Crossword Contact Nick Morse - A leader is required.

Open Chat/short story group Contact Pam Wakeling

Comparative Religions Contact Pam Wakeling

BOOK GROUP SECOND EDITION

Janet Hartley (Group Leader, Painting and Drawing) is willing to get this group running again.
Please get in touch with Janet direct or via the Group Co-ordinator if you interested in joining the group and would like more details. (Contact information is on your membership card)

Wine Appreciation 2 As the first group is full and has a waiting list, it has been suggested that if someone volunteers to lead a new group, help would be available from Group 1.

If you are interested please contact the Group Co-ordinator for further details.

If anyone has any ideas for other new groups please contact a member of our committee.