|Group Leader||Fran Panrucker|
|Trip Leader||varies, see individual booking form|
We are setting up a schedule of study trips, roughly one a month; those with a definite date are listed below in the diary, and early booking is advised - and there are some booking forms available in the 'links' section of this page. For the others, please register your interest at one of the U3A monthly meetings, or send a message by clicking on the bird icon (below or to the right, depending on your browser), and filling in the online form; this will let us get a better idea of likely numbers.
We do welcome input from you! Are you more interested in half-day excursions, full day ones... or perhaps even longer on occasion? What sort of places would you be interested in visiting? Let us know by clicking on the bird icon and filling in the online form!
See the diary section, below, for a list of upcoming events. Booking forms are available for download - see the links section - but at present we cannot take bookings or payments online.
Proposed excursions include:
- Sutton Hoo, Woodbridge, Suffolk. The site of Anglo-Saxon burial mounds in which were discovered beautiful treasures from 1300 years ago. Replicas are displayed in the exhibition centre Also, there are guided tours and circular walks.
Also proposed are visits to Snape Maltings, Southwold and London’s National Art Gallery.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue May 28th||Study Trip to the Theatre Royal at Bury St Edmunds - a vibrant 200-year-old theatre located in the beautiful Suffolk town of Bury St Edmunds. First built in 1819, it was restored to its Regency design in 2007 and as a Grade 1 listed building is the only theatre in the National Trust portfolio and the last working Regency playhouse in the country.|
There are many other things to do in Bury, including a fascinating small museum, the beautiful cathedral and its gardens, the brewery (guided tours, with a charge and tasters) and more.
The booking has more details, and can be downloaded from the 'links' section of the Study Trips page on our website.