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Dates for your Diary
February 2020
Fri Feb 28thMonthly Open MeetingsMonthly Open Meeting at Chequer Mead
Talk: Scam and Crime Prevention
Meeting in the “Apron” Coffee Shop 2:30 - 4 pm
Tea/coffee/cakes (£1.50 for drinks, £3.50 with a slice of cake
Just before 3.00pm we go to the studios (opposite Reception)
Speaker: PCSO Paul Umney from the Mid Sussex Police
Subject: Scam and Crime Prevention
Introduction – History of Scams (Cold Callers, Post, Telephone,Internet)
Video – Scam the secret Crime
How to protect yourself
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March 2020
Thu Mar 19thCurrent Affairs group 1We will be meeting again on the afternoon of Thursday March 19 in the home of one of our members. Lester Medcalf will lead our first topic for discussion and he will tell the members what he has chosen to talk about nearer the time of the meeting.
Fri Mar 20thScience and TechnologyFind out what lies behind the worldwide GPS system
Meet as usual in the Glebe Centre between 1:30 and 4:30
Andy Yule - from Philips Research Labs will be here to explain
Following Andy's presentation we are slotting in a talk delayed from the previous meeting in February. (We ran out of time!)
Gary Wood will be presenting a talk on SPACE - the future
Wed Mar 25thMonthly Open MeetingsMonthly Open Meeting at Chequer Mead
Talk: Captain Oates - The Antarctic Tragedy
Speaker: Michael Smith
May 2020
Cedar Theatre CIC and Colin Reese have offered EG U3A a workshop completely free of charge, at a venue and on a date and at a venue that suits us.
These workshops are aimed specifically at adults who are interested not only in text analysis but also in improving physical activity and learning how to study Shakespeare in a way that is both understandable and enjoyable.
Do come and join us!
The workshop will be run at the East Court mansion - from 14:00 to 16:00