We hold a general monthly meeting for all members on the first Thursday of each month. It is held in the Ballroom of the Victoria Hall, Oakham. Doors open at 10.00am for a 10.30 start. There is no charge to members for attending the meeting, and coffee and tea are available for a nominal charge.
A ramp is provided for access by wheelchair users located at the rear entrance of Victoria Hall in Church Street. A lift within the property provides easy access to the ballroom positioned on the 1st floor.
Toilets are positioned on both floors of Victoria Hall catering for wheelchair users and persons with walking difficulties. There is an induction loop system for those who are hard of hearing. Service dogs are most welcome.
At each meeting we announce the latest notices for members and also have an invited speaker. These talks cover a wide variety of subjects of interest and usually finish between 11.30 and noon. There is also the opportunity to meet for lunch afterwards and numbers will be taken at the meeting.
The monthly meetings provide an opportunity to talk to members of the Committee, group leaders and fellow members, as well as reviewing notices about groups and events on our notice boards.
The speaker programme may be subject to change. Please check the latest information on this web site before travelling to hear a particular speaker. The full programme, with additional notes about each talk and the speaker is detailed below.
Visits and Trips
We also organise visits to the theatre, stately homes, national and local museums, and some short holidays. Please see details below - some visits may have a cut off date for expressions of interest, deposit payments or final payments.
If you have any queries about events, please contact the organiser or any member of the Committee. You can email the event organiser using their link in the relevant event.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Oct 29th||Outing||Springfields shopping trip £10.00 per person. Coach will pick up in Oakham and Uppingham|
|Thu Nov 7th||Meeting||Passport, Assassins, Traitors and Spies. A presentation from Martin Lloyd|
|Sat Nov 23rd||Outing||'Cinderella' - the Ballet @ Nottingham|
£45 per person. Three tickets left
Coach pick up in Oakham and Uppingham
|Thu Dec 5th||Meeting||Annual Christmas Lunch at Barnsdale|
Booking form is now available and needs to be completed along with payment, in order to secure your place at the meal. Christmas Booking Form
Contact sheri evans for more details
|Thu Dec 5th||Outing||Christmas Lunch @ Barnsdale Lodge Hotel.|
Cost and Menu to be announced soon
Sign-up at the September meeting
|Thu Jan 2nd||Meeting||I won the BBC Sewing Bee. A presentation from Heather Jacks|
|Sat Jan 25th||Outing||'Women in Black' at The Curve, Leicester at 2.15pm.|
Travel will be by coach
Tickets £35 per person, and signup will start at the September meeting
|Thu Feb 6th||Meeting||Annual Groups' Open Meeting This event provides an opportunity to showcase the wide range of group activities available to Rutland U3A members and to express your interest in joining new groups/|
|Thu Mar 5th||Meeting||The Red Arrows - A presentation from Wing Commander Andy Stewart|
|Thu Mar 12th||Outing||'Phantom of the Opera' @ The Curve, Leicester. |
Cost £59 per person SEVEN tickets left
|Thu Apr 2nd||Meeting||American Presidents,Who,Why,When. A presentation from Zoe Gibson|
|Thu May 7th||Meeting||AGM followed by Sam Dobson - Sam will complete his talk on Malcolm Sergeant, postponed from 2019|
|Thu Jun 4th||Meeting||When Birds Sing - a presentation from Saffron Somerfield|
|Thu Jul 2nd||Meeting||The consequence of stealing a couple of coats-Transportation - a presentation from Owen Llewellen|
|Thu Aug 6th||Meeting||Walking across Africa. - a presentation from Fran Sandham|
|Thu Sep 3rd||Meeting||Streets of London - a presentation from Paul Newsham|
|Thu Oct 1st||Meeting||Time as Blue Peter producer - a presentation from Alex Leger|
|Thu Nov 5th||Meeting||Churchill - a presentation from John Whitehead.|
|Thu Dec 3rd||Meeting||Christmas Lunch|
|Thu Jan 7th||Meeting||Misadventures in Movie Locations - a presentation from Karl Bird|