We meet in the lovely Music room at Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro, HR3 5LE for our monthly meetings.
Coffee is available from 10am and the morning session starts at 10.30am
The afternoon session starts at 1.15pm after lunch, which can be ordered on arrival in the morning.
The notice boards are on display in the back room before and after the morning lecture.
Guests are welcome.

The day is open to everyone at £5 for members (£15 annual membership) and £7 for visitors.
We hope you will come and join us at the Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro.

U3A national events can be booked via www.u3a.org.uk/events or call the National Office on 0208 466 6139

Dates for your Diary
Tue Jun 18th Re-enactments: How I met my Waterloo
Hugh Martyr, organiser of Living History events, explains how and why this activity is gaining in popularity, and just what is involved!
After lunch, our afternoon session will begin at 1.15pm when local historian, Hugh Purcell, will share his extensive research on the fascinating “History of the Mid Wales Hospital, Talgarth”.
Tue Jul 16th Dante
Canon Chris Pullin will explore the life and works of Durante degli Alighieri, the Italian poet of the late Middle Ages
Tue Aug 20th Journalist and writer Kitty Corrigan
Tue Sep 17th "Museum Treasures" Judy Stevenson
Tue Oct 15th Ash: A Celebration at the Eleventh Hour
Archie Miles, tree writer and photographer
Tue Nov 19th Antiques in my Life
Kate Bliss, antiques expert and BBC presenter.
Tue Dec 3rd Christmas lunch
Book Group
Tue Jul 2nd 6.30pm at The Foldyard
Tue Sep 3rd 6.30pm at The Foldyard
Garden Visits
Thu Jun 13th Tyn y cwm, Beulah, Llanwrtyd Wells LD5 4TS & Gilwern Beulah, LD5 4YG
Fri Aug 16th Nant y Bedd, Fforest Coal Pit, Abergavenny NP7 7LY
Mon Oct 7th Dewstow gardens, Caerwent, Caldicot, Gwent NP26 5AH
Gardens £6
Meet Hay car park at 10am
Tue Jun 11th Geology visit to Llyn Brianne led by Geraint
Mon Jul 1st Visit to Little Doward, near Monmouth. We will explore Geology, Industrial Archaeology and an Iron Age Fort with guide Jim Handley from Monmouth U3A.
Wed Oct 16th
→Fri Oct 18th
3 day trip to The Peak District exploring the Geology and areas of interest.
Tue Jun 4th 2pm Cusop Village Hall. The theme this time will be "Minerals". To clarify, if it isn't animal or vegetable, it's mineral. Remember, Diamonds are a girl's best friend.
The Music-All Group had a successful and at times hilarious afternoon on 7 May when the theme was "Weather". We enjoyed 24 tracks, most with visuals, and were left with sounds and images which will live long in our memories. Not least the larger than life appearance of the Weather Girls, filling the screen with "It's Rainin' Men.
We can play CD’s, Cassettes and Smart phones and provided he is given plenty of notice, John Price will be happy to show music videos. Video requests from Members to John Price in good time please.
Normal cost is £2 which goes towards the facilities and tea and biscuits, although sometimes we can afford a freebie!