2014 Event Archive
U3A Hay lectures 2014
Third Tuesdays, 10.30 am
Afternoon sessions, 1.30 pm
Venue The Swan at Hay
The Music Scene since 1945 or how I got to Concerts for Craswall by Sue Norrington
Afternoon session: The Music-all Group present their 2013 choices.
Edward Pugh of Ruthin (1763 â€“ 1813). An illustrated talk by Professor John Barrell on this important Welsh landscape painter and writer.
Afternoon Session: Artwork and the Machine an illustrated talk by Jack Tait
Standing Up, Speaking Out.. A talk by Sarah Rochira Older People's Commissioner for Wales
Afternoon Session: DVD Quartet (2012) A comedy drama set in a luxury retirement home staring Maggie Smith, Billy Connolly and Tom Courtney
The U3A Hay Chairman's Annual Debate with debaters from Hereford Cathedral School
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING at 12 noon
20 May NO MEETING
The Great Edwardian Gardens of Harold Peto (1854 â€“ 1933). An illustrated talk by Petoâ€™s biographer Robin Whalley on the work of this influential garden designer
Afternoon session: (Late change)
Through the Garden Gate. A further invitation to U3AHay members from Marya Fforde to enjoy a bring and share lunch in her Brilley garden, with an afternoon entertainment from the Wye Players
Water, Water, Everywhere. Noel Meeke, Chairman of the Hereford Waterworks Museum will tell the story of how Herefordshire got its clean water.
NO AFTERNOON MEETING
Remembering World War 1. A morning of readings on peace and war organized by U3AHay members.
Afternoon Session: Oh What a Lovely War! A showing of the classic 1969 film
The Magic of Southern India. Denise and Malcolm Darbyshire present a personal view, incorporating pictures and music to transport us to the Asian sun and heat.
Afternoon Session: Our Footprint on the World. U3AHay members travel memoirs
Study Day: Education, Where next? With Dr Jonathan Godfrey OBE Head of Hereford Sixth Form College and Hugh Howe CBE Head of Beauchamp College Leicestershire
December NO MEETING