Check this page for MEETINGS - HOLIDAYS. See separate page for OUTINGS
The monthly meeting takes place on the morning of the first Thursday of each month at the United Reformed Church in Mere Street, Diss, IP22 4AD. Forty-five minutes are allocated to refreshment, socialising and catching up on the interest groups and notices. This is followed by a talk from an interesting guest speaker. Doors open at 9.45am and the meeting commences at 10.30am.
For details of recent meetings, see the Meeting Reports links opposite and visit the Archive page for reports from previous years.
We are always interested to find new speakers for our Monthly Meetings. If you have a presentation that you think would be suitable, please email our Programme Secretary via the CONTACT page.
COACH TRIPS ORGANISED BY WYMONDHAM U3A
Once again, we are fortunate to be able to join Wymondham U3A in their programme of coach trips this year. Bookings should be made with them direct, and all details can be found on the adjacent booking form.
This page last updated 10 September 2017.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu Mar 1st||Benjamin Carrol - Manager of our local Oxfam shop|
|Thu Mar 1st||Diss U3A Annual General Meeting|
|Thu Apr 5th||The Tale of a Tapestry|
The history and story of the Bayeux Tapestry
|Thu May 3rd||Swift Conservation|
|Thu Jun 7th||The Diss Mere Project|
Dr Adrian Palmer
Cutting edge geographical research in Diss Mere during 2016
|Thu Jul 5th||Thames Watermen and Lightermen|
|Thu Aug 2nd||How to become a Roman Emperor|
|Thu Sep 6th||The journey of a novel from inception to publication|
|Thu Oct 4th||The R34 Jubilee Year|
Diss Museum update
|Thu Nov 1st||Boudica and the Iceni Rebellion of 60-61AD|
|Thu Dec 6th||Christmas customs and other celebrations in a Turkish village|
|Thu Jan 3rd||In other words|
|Thu Feb 7th||Landscape archaeology in East Anglia|
|Thu Mar 7th||Berlin - walking through history|
|Thu Apr 4th||Girl Power - a history of art through women artists - Part 2|
|Thu Dec 5th||A Regency Christmas|
|Wed May 23rd||Outing to Flatford Mill & the Munnings Museum|
See adjacent link for full details.
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