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4th September 2017 - following audit and approval by the executive committee on the 1st September the accounts for the U3A year 1st August 2016 to 31st July 2017 have been posted on this website, click on the link in the right hand column to see. Please read prior to the AGM which is on the 21st September 2017. Queries can be raised via email to the Treasurer or at the AGM.

Group Membership Template - for group leaders to download and print and list their interest group membership for Havant U3A year starting September 2017

Havant U3A Constitution, Policy and Rules. This includes recommendations on contributions when taking lifts to events in other members cars and contributions to the host when holding meetings in members homes.

U3A Insurance FAQ's

THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN STORY.

On Thursday 15 February 2018, we will be pleased welcome Ian Gledhill to Havant
U3A once again to the Bedhampton Social Hall.

Some of you may recall that we have had the pleasure of hearing Ian previously:
in 2016 when he gave a very interesting and informative presentation on the
subject of Crystal Palace and a year later, when he wowed us with a sensational
presentation entitled, The Magic of Pantomime.

Ian is a man of many talents. An engineer by training, among his other
accomplishments he is an actor, an outstanding public speaker, a stage director
and an opera translator.

His interests include classical music and especially opera and operetta. He draws
on this interest to tell us about the story of the most successful musical
partnership ever in the English speaking world with music from many of the
Gilbert and Sullivan operas.

Please do come along. You will not be disappointed.

R M A SANDHURST.

Are you interested in visiting the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst?

As those of you who attended the meeting in October will know, John Sandy, who
spoke to us then invited us to visit the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst,
where he is the principal guide.

The tour usually lasts 3 hours and includes the Indian Army Memorial Room, the
Old College Grand Entrance, the Museum, the Memorial Chapel and the Roman
Catholic Chapel.

Additionally, coach parties can tour the grounds.

Specialist elements can be included by arrangement, including viewing the paintings,
the medal collection and the artillery collection.

The cost is £15 per person, including tea/coffee and biscuits, with a minimum overall
charge of £150.

Lunch is available at a cost of £8.50 or thereabouts. Coach charges are in the region
of £18 per head.

At present, no date has been allocated, but before we can take this forward we need
to have a firm indication of the likely level of support.

If you are interested in visiting RMC Sandhurst, please contact our tour organiser,
Valerie Pither, on l.pither@ntlworld.com by Thursday 1 February 2018.

INTERNET SECURITY, Thursday 12th April, 2:30pm at Highbury College

In 2017, one in ten people were victims of cybercrime. Online fraud is now the most common crime in the UK.

Such is the scale of the problem, anyone who uses the Internet could be a victim.

You may feel that it would be prudent to equip yourself with the basic knowledge necessary to safeguard yourself from cybercrime with its attendant expense and distress.

Highbury College at Cosham offer a FREE 3 hour course on Internet security delivered by Hugh Cull, whom we know from previous experience is an excellent speaker.

If you are interested in attending the course, please contact John West on wstjoh@icloud.com