Seaford

Members Interests

D05 Members Interests
Topics of interest to members, given by members.
Contact: Christine Stringer
Venue: Downs Leisure Centre
Details: Thursday, 2 to 4, five sessions
Dates: 7/11 to 5/12
Fee: £5
For a single session you can pay £2 at the door.

November 7th Geoffrey Jury - Waves
November 14th David Hitchin - Colour vision and colour blindness
November 21st Anne English - Castles in Wales
November 28th Penny Lower - Antarctica
December 5th Gillian Holman - Textiles and fashion.

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Aspects of Psychology Book Group
Bookshelf Bridge
Canasta for All Causerie Française
Climate Change Continuing Italian
Cookery Creative Writing
Current Affairs Delight in Words
Flower Power French Conversation
German German conversation beginners
Gorbachev: end of Soviet Union Holbein
Informal German Conversation Italian Conversation
Knit and Natter Let's get painting
Life & Films of Alec Guinness Mah Jong
Masterpieces: London Galleries Meditation
Members Interests Music of the Last Century
Opera Appreciation Pick up a Book
Podcasts Recorder Group
Rembrandt Scrabble
Spanish for Beginners Survival French
Table Tennis The Merchant of Venice
Travels in Asia U3A Orchestra
Ukelele Watercolour for Beginners
What is a Concerto? What the papers say
York and the Tudors