The Meetings listed below are organised by Caterham U3A.
They include talks by outside speakers or current U3A members, and are held regularly at the United Reformed Church Hall, Harestone Hill, Caterham. Time: 2.15 pm for 2.30 pm start. Talks are open for anybody to attend for a fee of £2 (payable on entry) but free to Caterham U3A Members.
Surrey U3A Network Study Days include talks by outside speakers, and are held on the 3rd Friday of the month at the Menuhin Hall (near Leatherhead). Talks are open to U3A members (£10 charge, non-U3A guest £12).
The Outings and Social Events listed below are organised by either the Social Co-ordinator or individual groups. Follow the link to the respective group page for further details.
The dates for the Chichester Summer School next year are Monday 20 to Thursday 24 June 2020. Full details will be on the South East U3A Forum website in December. Information about the National Summer Schools can be accessed via the site for the Third Age Trust.
Also check out the Other Events listed below, which may be of interest to you.
We are hoping that more members will be prepared to help organise events. Please contact our Social Co-ordinator if you would like to get involved, or have other suggestions for maintaining a flourishing and diverse social calendar for Caterham U3A.
2016 was the Thirtieth Anniversary of Caterham U3A. Take a look at our previous events page, which includes some photographs.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Mon Jun 29th||This talk has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus situation|
Brian Freeland will be giving a talk about A view from the wings. The Stage Manager’s view from the prompt corner is very different to that of your comfy seat in the stalls or circle. Reality theatre, no retakes and as the review says - slightly saucy.
|Mon Jul 27th||James Taylor will be giving a talk about Forgotten Art of the Picture Postcard telling of the brilliant British humour. Artist drawn postcards were the most popular art form in the Edwardian era to the outbreak of World War II. Discover the the popular themes and styles by the masters of the medium and why their popularity waned with the British public.|
|Mon Sep 28th||Andrew Bustin will be talking about My Life as an Extra and covers the many hours he has stood in front of a camera and the people he met along the way.|
|Mon Oct 26th||Malcolm Wells MBE will be giving a talk about So Far So Good covering 24 years in the army as a musician and medic. Also explaining the experience of receiving the MBE at Buckingham Palace and finally amusing stories of his 15 years in Canine Partners including how to teach a dog to use a washing machine!|
|Mon Nov 30th||Caterham U3A - Annual General Meeting|
To be held at the United Reformed Church Hall, Caterham.
The AGM Minutes 2019 have been published.
|Fri Jun 19th||Surrey U3A Network - Study day at the Menuhin Hall, Leatherhead|
POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
Understanding Turner - The Man, His Life & His Work
Presented by Professor Maria Chester
|Fri Sep 18th||Surrey U3A Network - Study day at the Menuhin Hall, Leatherhead|
POSSIBLE CHANGE BEFORE BOOKING OPENS
The Art and Objects of the Mughal Emperors, from Akbar to Shah Jahan.
Presented by Ursula Weekes
|Wed Jun 3rd||This event has been postponed due to the Coronavirus situation|
Caterham Festival - U3A Open Day on the 3rd June at the Soper Hall, Caterham, 10am - 2pm. This will be for the general public and our own members to discover the whole range of our activities. It will be part of the Caterham Festival.
|Thu Jun 4th||Guided London's Burning Walk. This will be delayed until later in the year|
|Fri Jun 19th||East Grinstead Walk and Famous Guinea Pig Club. Most likely will be delayed until later in the year|
|Tue Jun 30th||The Physics Garden. This will be revisited nearer the time due to the Coronavirus|
|Fri Aug 7th||Kings Cross and St Pancras Walk|
|Thu Sep 10th||Temple of Mithras and Guildhall|
|Mon Sep 7th||10.00 am at Elizabeth Court. Astronomy - a talk by Martin Hogbin.|
|Mon Oct 5th||10.00 am at Elizabeth Court. Do Animals want you Dead? a talk by Patricia Barnard.|
|Mon Nov 2nd||10.00 am Group discussion|
|Mon Dec 7th||10.00 am Fun Quiz|
|Theatre Visits: Miller Centre|
Thu Jun 25th
→Sat Jul 4th
|David Copperfield - by Charles Dickens adapted for the stage by Alastair Cording.|
CANCELLED - DUE TO CORONAVIRUS