Maidstone Invicta


We have booked some interesting speakers for our monthly meetings. We meet at 2pm on the third Monday of each Month at Beechwood Community Hall Marigold Way Barming. ME16 0NG.

Scroll down this page and your will find the full details of all of our Meetings, Social events, Outings, Study days and Workshops.


If you have an interesting story to tell or have had experiences you would like to share with others, we would love you to talk about your experiences at one of our monthly meetings. You don’t have to be a public speaker, just happy to share your story. Anyone interested please use the Contact page to send a messsage to our Speaker Co-ordinator.

MIU3A SOCIAL EVENTS Please contact the Social Secretary using the Contact page for further details and bookings.

Dates for your Diary
December 2018
Thu Dec 6thOutingExperience a magical Christmas at the Royal Pavilion. Now fully booked

The fires are lit, the candles are flickering, the spectacular Banqueting Room table is laid with after dinner treats. Start your magical journey through the palace as you are welcomed by Christmas trees at the main entrance decorated in traditional styles and yuletide sound ringing out around the building, including carols and festive music.

Coach travel, tea/coffee/biscuits on arrival, entry and guided tour. There will be free time for you to have lunch in the Pavilion tea room, (not included) or in the town, take a stroll along the sea front, visit the lanes, the museum or the i360.

The cost pp to include coach travel, entry, guided tour and tea/coffee on arrival £30.00. For a place on the waiting list please contact the Social Secretary.
Mon Dec 10thMeeting MIU3A Christmas Celebration
January 2019
Mon Jan 21stMeetingPestalozzi Project A presentation by Sue Walton

Aiming to produce globally conscious young leaders by supporting their further education in the multi-cultural, multi-faith environment of the Pestalozzi International Community.
February 2019
Mon Feb 18thMeetingA Flavour of Joyce Grenfell

A presentation by Pat Bryer
Thu Feb 28thOutingA Tour OF THE POPPY FACTORY in Richmond NOW FULLY BOOKED

The tour will begin with a presentation which will cover the history of the poppy as the national symbol of remembrance, the heritage of the Poppy Factory, and will tell you how the founder’s vision is continued today by supporting ex servicemen and women. You will be shown how the poppies, crosses and wreaths are made during the factory tour and even have an opportunity to make your own poppy.
We will arrive in Richmond in time for you to have lunch one of the many cafes nearby before meeting up at 1.45pm for the two hour tour. This tour is fully booked but you can join a waiting list, For full details click the Poppy Factory 1 link. For details of the work of the Poppy Factory follow the link Poppy Factory Website link.
March 2019
Wed Mar 6thOutingCalendar Girls The Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth

A trip to the award-winning production based on the true story of the calendar girls - a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary. The matinee performance at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford has a superb cast including Fern Britton, Ruth Madoc and Denise Welch. The booking form and further information are available via the Calendar Girls link.
Mon Mar 18thMeetingCanterbury Cathedral

A presentation by Pam Wait