A.G.M. 2019 - the CHAIRMAN'S REPORT IS AVAILABLE VIA A LINK TO THE "NEWS" PAGE
LOOK ON THIS PAGE FOR DETAILS OF MEETINGS AND ACTIVITIES OPEN TO ALL DEREHAM U3A MEMBERS
There is a meeting every second Thursday in the Month at the Memorial Hall (opposite Morrison's car park in Norwich Street).
There is a speaker and time beforehand to meet friends and book outings etc. Afterwards enjoy a free cup of tea or coffee and more chat. If you are new or considering joining come along and make yourself known to a "Welcomer" and you will be well looked after and introduced to other newcomers. There is a charge of £1 for attendance to cover all the costs of the afternoon. Doors open 1.15pm - speaker 2.00pm.
THE LOCAL CHURCHES GROUP A talk in January: open to all
The Churches Group have invited Nicholas Groves to come and talk on Tuesday January 14th at 2.00pm at Trinity Methodist Church in Theatre Street. His talk is entitled:
A Beacon in the Dark: chapels and meeting-houses of Norwich
Nick says: "Besides its wealth of mediæval churches, Norwich has an equal number of other places of worship. Some, like the Octagon Chapel and the Old Meeting House, are very well-known, others less so - and many have long since vanished. They have had members of prominent Norwich families as members - Jewson, Colman, Martineau. This talk will look at the great variety of them, and also try to give some idea of the place they have played in the city's life".
Nick is the Director of the centre for Parish Church Studies; Education Officer of Norwich Historic Churches Trust leading church historian. He gave us an interesting talk in January 2017 about the Post-Reformation English Parish Church.
FOR THE CURIOUS open to all members
In 2019 our talks will be a miscellany of interesting and engaging speakers on a range of diverse subjects.
We hold all of our talks in Trinity Methodist Church Hall in Theatre Street at 2.00pm. The talks last about an hour and there is a chance to chat afterwards over refreshments. The cost is £3.00.
No meeting in December
January 31st- Oliver Cromwell. A talk by Mark Michels
March 26th - A talk in Kings Lynn about the "Sea Henge".
April 24th - Beating the Bounds in Georgian Norwich a talk by David Berwick
LOCAL HISTORY GROUP Convenor of the Local History Group is Roland Terry and he has a deputy in Allan Stroulger. Contact Roland on his e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Talks take place in the Baptist Church at 2.00 pm. on a Wednesday as shown(unless noted otherwise) and are open to all U3A members. Most talks are illustrated. Details of each event is circulated to Group members approximately 3 weeks before the event with full details and some background info on the speaker etc. History Group members can obtain this information by emailing Roland.
15 January FAKENHAM to WELLS An illustrated talk by Philip West
19 February 19th CENTURY NORWICH An illustrated talk by Barbara Miller
18 March The STORY of the NORWICH BOOT & SHOE TRADE An illustrated talk by Michael & Frances Holmes
15 April TITANIC IMPOSTERS An illustrated talk by John Balls
20 May COLMAN’S a HISTORY of the PEOPLE, BUSINESS, & their LEGACY An illustrated talk by Rod Spokes
17 June TEARS & LAUGHTER An illustrated talk by Christine Humphries
15 July A GUIDED WALKING TOUR of HINGHAM Hingham
August NO MEETING THIS MONTH
16 September MILITARY AIRFIELDS of NORFOLK An illustrated talk by Peter Harris
21 October CADBURY & NORFOLK CONNECTIONS A talk by Sheila Tuffield
18 November An AGRICULTURAL LABOURER An illustrated talk by Stephen Pope
COFFEE PLUS with FRIENDS OF DEREHAM MEMORIAL HALL every 4th Thursday
Don't forget that as a U3A member you can have a free coffee every 4th Thursday and meet your pals between 10.30 and midday. In addition there is Music.
Thursday of each month and there is musical entertainment. Coffee up at 10.30.
Thursday, 23rd January 2020 Guitar & Vocals with Dave
Thursday, 27th February 2020 Guitar & Vocals with Paul & Diana
JOLLY DAYS OUT
DAY AND OVERNIGHT TRIPS
Day and overnight trips are open to all members and are organised by Barry and Jill Home.
They will be pleased to answer any questions and delighted to hear of any suggestions for future trips.
Members can reserve outings places at the monthly meetings, by telephone or e mail.
Payments by cheque preferred. Cheque's should be made payable to the " U3A Dereham."
Cheque's can be sent to the address below with an SAE for tickets.
Please put the trip details on the reverse of the cheque.
Tel : 01760 441259 e-mail : email@example.com
By post; 18,Fairholme Close, Ashill, IP25 7BJ
PARTICIPATION POLICY (7) please click on web link for more information.
OUTINGS POLICY (7) please click on the web link for more information
CANCELATION CHARGES PROCEDURE ("Just for Groups" UK coach holidays). To see this document please go to the link page.
SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS - FOOD ALLERGIES
It is the responsibility of individual Dereham U3A members to ensure that group convenors
and outings or event organisers are informed of any special dietary requirements or food allergies they may have relevant to the event.
LOST PROPERTY. If any members are missing items please contact Barry or Jill Tel: 01760 441259.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu Feb 13th||David Reeve Protecting our Royal Family. Former Chief Superintendent David Reeve commanded the Royal Protection team at Sandringham, his talk promises slices of humour alongside a look at the more serious aspects of this important role.|
|Wed Feb 12th||Tutankhamun exhibition at the Saatchi gallery in London. £45 pp includes entry.|
Sold Out taking reserve names only
|Fri Mar 27th||DAY TRIP HISTORIC COLCHESTER Friday 27th March. £15 pp |
SOLD OUT - taking reserve names only
PAYMENT NO LATER THAN FEBRUARY U3A MEETING
|Tue Apr 28th||Cambridge Day Trip - Tuesday 28th April . £15 pp. Please click on link for more information.|
Payment by post preferred with SAE for tickets. Payment No Later than March U3A Meeting.
|Fri May 22nd||BLACK COUNTRY MINI BREAK. SOLD OUT taking reserve names only.|
For more details contact Barry or Jill.