Coronavirus Impact on our Events
Many Chester & other U3A events are appearing in new forms. The current status for each is given on the chronological list below.
The descriptive part of this page tells how we normally meet and how we will hopefully be resuming in future.
Monthly Meetings usually take place on the first Tuesday and second Thursday of each month at St Columba's Church Hall, Plas Newton Lane, Upton, CH2 1SA. Doors open at 9:45 and coffee is served until the meeting starts at 10:30. Please remember to bring your own cups.
We have a Social Events programme of Outings to places of interest in the region and to Plays & Concerts in Liverpool. These have been postponed (more information on the Social page). The full programme with details of how to book can also be found in the monthly News Sheet.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Feb 2nd||The online talk for February 2nd is:|
The History of the Biscuit by Lizzie Collingwood
Bourbons. Digestives. Fig Rolls. Gingernuts. Jammie Dodgers.
Why do the British buy and eats more biscuits than any other nation? We develop our biscuit preferences early and tend to favour those that evoke nostalgic childhood memories. Often they offer emotional rather than nutritional sustenance.
Come along to our talk, learn about our social history, and join us with your cup of tea or coffee, and favourite biscuit.
|Thu Feb 11th||It is quiz time again for our online Thursday meeting.|