Syston & District

Sundays for Solos

Group OrganiserJackie Henson"click bird to contact"
Group meets2nd Sunday of each month

We arrange days out to a variety of venues. These are available for all U3A members.

We will announce each trip at monthly meetings and put information on our Newsletters.

So if you fancy a day of fun and also see places of interest or special events come and join us.

Dates for your Diary 2020

9th FebruaryBlue Diamond Garden Centre, East Bridgford
15th MarchMilitary Wives, with breakfast, at the Phoenix
19th AprilBelvoir Castle Engine Yard
10th MayCalke Abbey
14th JuneFoxton Locks
12th JulyPrincess River Cruise and Lunch
9th AugustEye Kettleby Lake
13th SeptemberScarecrow Festival, Lubenham
11th OctoberWistow Rural Centre
8th NovemberNew Walk Museum
6th DecemberMelton Christmas Market with lunch at The Bluebell, Hoby
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More Group Pages
Ambling Applique
Beading Beginners Photography
Bird Watching Group Book Group
Bridge(Contract) British History
Canasta Card Craft
Creative Writing Crochet
Current Affairs Days of Interest
Family History Feeling Crafty
French Gardening
Gentle Yoga Gentle Yoga 2
Knitting Kurling
Line Dancing Local History
Mahjong Musical Appreciation
Ornithology and Wildlife Painting/Drawing
Parchment Photo/Dig Imaging
Play Reading Group 1 Play Reading Group 2
Quiz Group Singing
Snooker Spanish
Sundays for Solos Supper Group
Table Tennis Theatre Group
Ukulele Walking
Whodunnit Book Group Wildlife Photography
World Dining