Plymstock & District

EVENTS

On this page you will find details of the monthly General Meetings and any other Special Events. It will include any events which are not scheduled on a regular basis, such as local events where we may feel that the U3A could have a presence for publicity purposes, or if any group was organising a visit or trip and was happy to invite any of the other members along.

Events organised by a specific group for its members can be found on the appropriate group page.

Our monthly General Meeting is held at The Staddy Social Club, Staddiscombe, usually on the 3rd Friday of the month. Any change to this date will be notified in advance.
Please click on the link for information Disabled members

There are many national events organised by the U3A which can be accessed by everyone, however, they tend to be in London or other places distant from Plymouth. If you would like to find details, click on the U3A button on our website or browse the folder you will find on the table at the General Meeting.

PRESENTATIONS BY GUEST SPEAKERS

The committee arrange for speakers to make presentations to the General Meetings in good faith and on the basis that the content will be informative and entertaining. We cannot, however, accept any responsibility for the information provided or comments made by any guest speaker.

Please click the link to see poster of the visit of Mark Ormrod

Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Fri Oct 18th 'Their Name Liveth for Evermore' - The History/Work of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission - Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Public Engagement Co-ordinator for the South West and works part time raising the profile of the CWGC across the region. She works with schools and community groups helping them to understand the work and how the public can get involved.
Fri Nov 15th The Plymouth Breakwater: Why, Where and How - Ron Smith
Ron will answer all the questions about the Breakwater: why it was built out in the Sound and not from the shore, how it was built, how it is maintained and many more interesting questions.

Click on a picture below to see it full-size with more details.