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 start 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 and £7 for visitors, and 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 Oct 16th Have you seen the wonderful tapestries by John Piper which hang in Hereford Cathedral? What do you know about them, and the other works of this famous artist? Guided by Canon Sandy Elliott, we will explore the life and works of this prolific artist, John Piper. A 20th century English painter, printmaker and designer of stained-glass windows and both opera and theatre sets, his work often focused on the British landscape, especially churches and monuments, and included tapestry designs, book jackets, screen-prints, photography, fabrics and ceramics

After lunch, our afternoon session will begin at 1.15pm when we will continue the artistic theme and show the rare DVD "The Illuminator" (2005), the story of the creation of the St John's Bible for Minnesota University. This was the first handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned since the invention of the printing press, and Royal Calligrapher Donald Jackson and Hereford Calligraphers were part of the team who were involved in this huge undertaking, with beautiful results!
Tue Nov 20th Our Daily Bread
Rev Ian Charlesworth will look at the history, social and religious importance of the world's shared food.
Afternoon: Interest group presentation.
Tue Dec 4th Christmas Lunch
Thu Oct 4th "Unravelling The Whitworth" - Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
A day of hands-on discovery to unravel the secrets of the gallery's textile and wallpaper collection. Talks from curators, a tour and a hands on session facilitated by an artist. 10-4 £27.50
Tue Oct 9th Music and Art Afternoon - National Museum, Cardiff.
Talks on Davies sisters' art collection, Margsret Haig Thomas. Special performance by Welsh National Opera. 1.30-4.30 £15
Mon Oct 15th The Royal Institution London
An afternoon of science talks. 1.45-4.45 £21.50
Thu Nov 1st Makers not Muses - The National Gallery London
A day of talks from the experts exploring the status of women artists, their paintings and obstacles to success. 11-3.45 £25
Mon Nov 12th From Page to Stage - Lyceum Theatre London
Under the watchful eyes of three directors, Harry Burton, Lisa Spirling and Jane Moriaty, your chance to direct a scene putting into practice valuable lessons learnt during the day. 10.30-4.30 £37.50
Wed Nov 28th Guildhall art Gallery - London
Delve into the Roman archaeological world buried beneath the city of London. A day of workshops and talks. 10-4 £22
Thu Nov 29th Guildhall art Gallery - London
Delve into the Roman archaeological world buried beneath the city of London. A day of workshops and talks. 10-4 £22
Mon Dec 3rd Christmas Concerts - The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy, London
Performances at 2pm or 5.30pm
The Brandenburg Singers perform a balanced programme of familiar repertoire alongside traditional carols. £19.50. Bookings open late September.
Film Club
Fri Oct 5th 2pm Cusop Village Hall. "Blazing Saddles"
Fri Nov 2nd 2pm Cusop Village Hall. "Secrets and Lies"
Garden Visits
Tue Sep 25th Kentchurch Court Gardens, Pontrilas, Hereford HR2 0DB. Garden walk £5 plus tea in the coach house. Meet Hay car park at 2 pm
Fri Oct 19th Kyre Water Park, Kyre Magna WR15 8RW. Walk, tea & cake incl £5. Meet Hay car park at 1.30 pm
Mon Sep 24th
→Wed Sep 26th
Field trip to Anglesey, staying 2 nights
Tue Oct 2nd Please note that this session is cancelled due to unavailability of the hall.
Tue Nov 6th 2pm Cusop Village Hall. Theme Food and Drink