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Events

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 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
Meetings
Mon Nov 19th
→Tue Dec 4th
NEWSFLASH>>>>>
Our very own, homemade U3A pot has been fired and collected from Albrighton Pottery! It is now ready for a lucky member’s garden...raffle tickets are on sale for £1 each and the raffle will be held at the Xmas lunch on 4th December.
Tue Nov 20th "Our Daily Bread"
Bread. No, not a revival of the 70's band, nor a slang reference to money! But a study of a staple food prepared from a dough of flour and water, usually by baking. Throughout recorded history it has been a prominent food in large parts of the world and is one of the oldest man-made foods, having been of significant importance since the dawn of agriculture. Guided by Revd. Ian Charlesworth, we will learn more about "Our Daily Bread", how to make it and enjoy it, and of the essential role that bread plays in secular cultures of the world and religious rituals.

In the afternoon the Music-All Group will present a varied programme of music and colour. Guaranteed to provide delight, surprise, nostalgia and comedy. Leave your troubles outside. Inside everything is beautiful!
Tue Dec 4th Enjoy Christmas Lunch with U3A friends at the Baskerville Hall in our private dining area.
To liven up our Christmas Lunch we shall be holding a Photo Competition to be judged by our esteemed Chairperson. There will be a prize for the winner.
Entries, which must have been taken by the entrant, should be in the form of a 7x5 print which should not be retouched or photo-shopped in any way, although cropping to size is acceptable. The theme is simply "My Favourite Photo" so entries can be as funny, quirky, elegant or whatever, and if you wish, carry a title. They will be displayed at Baskerville Hall on 4 December and as you would expect, the Judge's decision will be final!
David Fry, Vice Chair
Workshops
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.