Regular monthly meetings with a guest speaker are held on the 3rd Monday of the month at the Larruperz Centre, Grammar School Close, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 7QD starting at 2.30pm. Visitors will be made very welcome at our Monthly Meetings and are asked to give a voluntary donation £2 (unless they join).
After the speaker there is an opportunity to ask questions, and catch up with friends. Please see below for a list of the Speakers.
Apart from the monthly meeting there are periodic outings to places of local interest or historic buildings. Details of these visits are announced at the monthly meetings. There is an additional cost for these outings. Please check our Outings page for information. More details will be available when known for all trips.
u3a Outings: Please note that no refunds will be given if cancellation is within 14 days of the outing unless you can find someone to take your place or there is no-one on the waiting list.
There is also a book stall, where books are recycled for a small cost.
|Dates for your Diary
|Thu Feb 15th
→Sun Feb 25th
|u3a Photo Group 2, aka Waterpump Shutterbugs, photo exhibition in St Mary's Church. Group members will display photographic images of St Mary's Church and other favourite images from 15-25 Feb.
|Mon Mar 18th
|Nigel Metcalfe: Piers of the Realm – An exploration of English and Welsh Seaside Pleasure Piers
|Mon Apr 15th
|Bob Higgie: Waterworks Museum Hereford
|Mon May 20th
|Graham O'Connell: Beyond the Garden Gate
|Mon Jun 17th
|Dr Jean Emberley: Forensic Pathology - using pollen to solve crimes
|Mon Jul 15th
|Fiona Morrison: The Roses of No-Man’s Land - Nurses in World War One
|Mon Aug 19th
|No meeting - summer break
|Mon Sep 16th
|John Butterworth: How the Stagecoach transformed our area
|Mon Oct 21st
|Dr Javed Hashmeni: Wonders of the Silk Route
|Mon Nov 18th
|Mon Dec 9th
|Peter Gill: Musical satire of the 20th century
|Mon Jan 20th
|Dorothy Nichols: details not yet fixed
|Mon Feb 17th
|Andrew de la Haye: Wild about roses
|Mon Mar 17th
|Andrew Gerrard: RNLI - the charity that saves lives at sea