Oundle & District

Events On Line

Here you would normally find details of the monthly meetings and one-off events such as Theatre Visits and Outings that were planned. We are sad that these have had to be cancelled.

HOWEVER there are interesting things happening on-line which may interest and / or amuse you!

See the details below..

Dates for your Diary
September 2021
Mon Sep 13thMeetingJohn Hope will be speaking to us on the subject of ‘Time Through the Ages’. For the first time since March 2020 we will be back in the Queen Victoria Hall. The hall will be open for a chat and refreshments from 2pm with John’s talk to begin at approximately 3pm.

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Time Through the Ages
Tue Sep 21stOutingOur first u3a ‘post-lockdown’ outing will be to Sandringham on Tuesday 21st September. This is open to all Members.
The coach will leave Oundle at 9.00am. We have a timed tour of the House at 1.20pm and the gardens, café, toilets and church will all be open. You are welcome to bring a picnic lunch. The coach will leave Sandringham at 4.00pm.
Total cost is £31.50 per person.
If you are interested, please contact me

Gill Potts

October 2021
Mon Oct 11thMeetingBarbara Meyer will be speaking to us on the subject of ‘The Seals of Lincolnshire and Norfolk’. The meeting will be held in the Queen Victoria Hall from 2pm (talk to begin approximately 3pm)

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The Seals of Lincolnshire and Norfolk
Fri Oct 15thOutingThe Covid affected 'An Audience with Gervase Phinn' has another change of date. Tickets already purchased will still be valid. Venue unchanged - The United Reform Church, Wellingborough
November 2021
Mon Nov 8thMeetingSteve Dimmer: Laughing at Hitler: Humour in World War II. Queen Victoria Hall from 2pm (talk to begin approximately 3pm).

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Laughing at Hitler
December 2021
Mon Dec 13thMeetingRhyme Nor Reason, ‘Tis the Season. Our Christmas meeting will take place on DECEMBER 13th 2021 when our Speaker/Entertainer will be Alan Tumber. Queen Victoria Hall.

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Rhyme Nor Reason Tis the Season