Havant

Events


Dates for your Diary
February 2020
Mon Feb 24thWorkshopA Worshop for all Conveners Workshop will be held on Monday February 24th 10.00 - 12.00 in the top rooms of the URC church, Havant. Access to the meeting will be by the side door along the passage in Elm Lane.

This is a ‘not to be missed’ opportunity for Group Convenors and their deputies to get together and share their experiences, refresh their knowledge, and meet the executive committee. Book your place now with John Meacham (johndmeacham@gmail.com) or Maria Pinto (maria.pinto.uk@gmail.com).
March 2020
Wed Mar 18thWorkshopMindfulness Course starts 2:00pm at Bedhampton Community Centre for those who have booked a place.
Please bring a blanket or shawl and a pillow or cushion for your comfort.
Thu Mar 19thMeetingThe Tragedy of War- Vietnam, a talk by Lt. Colonel Jeremy Prescott
Bedhampton Community Centre, 2:00pm
Sat Mar 28thSocialOur next quiz is on Saturday 28th March at the Bedhampton Community Centre.
Doors open at 6:30pm to allow a prompt start at 7:00pm

Teams of six and individual members are invited to book their places now with Margaret Stanger, by telephone on 023 9261 9152 or email at treasurer@havantu3a.org.uk. Individual members will be formed into teams on the night. Strong competition is expected from neighbouring U3A’s who are also invited.

The admission cost is £9.00 per person which will include a fish and chip supper, an alternative is available on request. Please bring your own drinks.
April 2020
Wed Apr 15thWorkshopMindfulness Course starts 2:00pm at Bedhampton Community Centre for those who have booked a place.
Please bring a blanket or shawl and a pillow or cushion for your comfort.
Thu Apr 16thMeetingAsteroids: A Waste of Space? A talk by Professor Malcolm Coe
Bedhampton Community Centre, 2:00pm
Wed Apr 22ndOutingDay Trip by coach to Wells, Somerset, a medieval city with history going right back to Roman times. It is the smallest city in England with about 12,000 inhabitants. It remains remarkably unspoilt and has many other historic buildings including the moated Bishop's Palace, Vicars' Close, St Cuthbert's Church and a good local museum. The Wells Market Place, with lively markets twice a week, the narrow streets and an eclectic mix of building styles all reflect on the continuing development of the town throughout the ages.

Book your place now with Ken Arkell
May 2020
Wed May 20thWorkshopMindfulness Course starts 2:00pm at Bedhampton Community Centre for those who have booked a place.
Please bring a blanket or shawl and a pillow or cushion for your comfort.
Thu May 21stMeetingThe Queen's Bodyguard of the Yeoman of the Guard, a talk by Alan Saunders
Bedhampton Community Centre, 2:00pm
June 2020
Wed Jun 17thWorkshopMindfulness Course starts 2:00pm at Bedhampton Community Centre for those who have booked a place.
Please bring a blanket or shawl and a pillow or cushion for your comfort.
Thu Jun 18thMeetingThe Famous and Infamous of Portsmouth, a talk by Madeleine Salvetti
Bedhampton Community Centre, 2:00pm
July 2020
Wed Jul 15thWorkshopMindfulness Course starts 2:00pm at Bedhampton Community Centre for those who have booked a place.
Please bring a blanket or shawl and a pillow or cushion for your comfort.
Thu Jul 16thMeetingThe Role of Technology in Keeping People Safe and Supported at Home, a talk by Cllr. Liz Fairhurst
Bedhampton Community Centre, 2:00pm.

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