Upcoming Meetings, Events and Activities
This page is a general diary of all future events that we know about.
Pewsey Vale U3A runs a regular schedule of meetings of its varied common interest groups and holds a Social meeting 6 times per year at which all members are most welcome.
We have included the General Meetings, AGM and any other activities that may be of interest across all groups. This may help you ensure you don't clash with something.
Do please ensure you keep the webmaster up to date with any and all activities.
All events shown are future dates.
Please note that General Meetings are held at the Bouverie Hall, start at 2pm and unless otherwise stated free refreshments are provided.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Fri Dec 6th||Annual U3A Quiz and Supper Evening|
Bouverie Hall Friday December 6th, 18:30 for prompt 19:00 start.
There will be an entry fee of £1.00 per person, and you are asked to make up your own teams of 4 or 5 people, or turn up ready to make new friends and join others as a team on the night.
Please bring a plate of food to be placed on the buffet table and shared with others. Please also bring your own cutlery, drinks and glasses. Paper plates and napkins will be provided,
Please email either
Lynne Batsford: Chairman
Joanna Goulson: Group Leader Co-Ordinator
to confirm that you are joining in the evening, so that we can get out enough tables and chairs.
|Fri Dec 13th||Music and Movement Together|
Pewsey Bowls Club 11:00 to 12:15
Contact Sylvie Clayden for more info 07770 417013
|Tue Jan 21st 2020||From Buckfast to Buckingham Palace.|
Talk to be given by Richard Rickett
Richard is deputy editor of Bee Craft magazine. He is particularly interested in beekeeping history, books and photography. His talk is about bee art work in various settings.
|Tue Mar 17th 2020||Wild Life in Africa|
Return of the marvellous wildlife photographer who stunned us with his photos last year. This time Tom shows us his pictures of wildlife in Africa
|Sat Nov 30th||The Pewsey Vale U3A Singing for Pleasure Group will be singing at the Medieval Fair, St Johns Church, Pewsey. If you’ve never been to the fair, do come along this year. Apart from anything else it’s wonderful to experience the building with all the wooden chairs removed and colourful stalls and bunting changing the atmosphere to how it might have been centuries ago. And what’s more … there’ll be a chance to join in with the singing!|