Our regular monthly Open Meetings are held at the Willersey Village Hall which has ample parking on the second Thursday of each month starting at 2.00pm and usually finishing by 4.00pm. The Village Hall is situated off the Willersey High Street on the B4632 between Broadway & Mickleton.
The cost of each meeting is £2 per person including refreshments at the end of the meeting, when you will be able to talk to other members who will be happy to tell you about our Groups and Activities.
So do come along and join us as you will be made very welcome.
We would particularly like to welcome new members at our Open Meetings. Please speak with John Bissett on the door, he will introduce you to a member of the Committee who will be happy to answer your questions and tell you more about our activities and groups.
Open Meetings Transport
The committee would like to facilitate lifts for those U3A members who would like to attend the Monthly Open Meetings but do not have transport.
If you are a member who would like a lift or a member prepared to offer a lift, please contact the Chairman, Diana Lucas
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu May 9th||‘Adventurer’ - Philip Caine. Our speaker has worked for 30 years in the oil|
industry in places like Iraq, Nigeria, Kazakhstan and Russia.
|Thu Jun 13th||Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë – Keith Hooper. Our speaker is a writer, lecturer and academic with a special interest in 19th century English literature.|
|Thu Jul 11th||A Special Interest Day organised by the Cotswold Link group of U3As is to be held at the Pavilion, Hatherley Lane, Cheltenham on the subject of ‘Where Science is taking us in the Future’. Please check the Cotswold Link website for further details and booking forms available in early Spring. -|
|Thu Jul 11th||Our North Cotswold U3A Annual Summer get together - full details to follow|
|Thu Aug 8th||This year’s summer outing will be to the National Memorial Arboretum Full details can be found in the next Newsletter|
|Thu Sep 12th||Life in the Rainforest – Paul Carpenter.|
Paul’s travels include the rain forests of Borneo, India, Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, Brazil and Ghana to study the habits. He has been keeping and breeding spiders since the age of five!
|Thu Oct 10th||Hatches, Matches and Despatches – Fiona Rhodes.|
Stories from a Civil Celebrant and Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
|Thu Nov 14th||Recycling – Kate Booth from the Environment Agency.|