Meetings and Events

We have a Monthly General Meeting for all members on the LAST Wednesday of every month at 2 pm (doors open at 1.40pm) in the newly-refurbished Civic Centre in the Western Car Park. The entry charge is £2 for members and for visitors.

We also have events and coach trips, which can be booked at our Monthly General Meetings.

Our Monthly General Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month with the exception of December, when instead we arrange a festive lunch during the month for any members to attend. The meetings, to which all members are invited, are held in the Civic Centre, Warminster and commence at 2.00pm and conclude at approximately 3.30pm with refreshments. The talks and presentations are entertaining, insightful and educational – not necessarily all at the same time! Do come along and meet your U3A friends, and perhaps make new friends, hear an interesting talk and ask the speaker questions. Please bring your Membership card with you as you may be asked to show it.

PROGRAMME FOR TALKS at GENERAL MEETINGS at 2p.m. Last Wednesday each month

Dates for your Diary
Wed Apr 25th

Experiences in Egypt, 3 Years in Cairo by Janet Diamond

A visual record, including a fantastic personal guided tour of the oldest boat in the world, with the archaeologist who discovered it.

Wed May 2nd We are holding an open afternoon for all new and prospective members on 2 May at 14:00 in The Civic Centre Warminster, Sambourne Road,Warminster BA12 8LB. All are welcome. Come and find out what we do.
Wed May 30th Talk and Demonstration about the Electric Guitar by Michael Ireland.

Images of very early electric guitars up to modern times,

including the guitarists who played them.
Wed Jun 27th ‘The Taxi Driver Poet’ by James Haddow

For more than 16 years, James was reciting poetry to his passengers, with his rhymes on life and love.
Wed Jul 25th ‘Stolen Images’ by Peter Knight

The use of ancient symbols, sites and myths by the church. A fascinating story involving Egyptian, Greek and Roman gods and goddesses.
Wed Aug 29th ‘More Birds than Bullets’ by Roger Dickey

Roger is the Chairman of the Army Ornithology Society and is a bird ringer.
Sun May 6th
→Thu May 10th
Advance Notice of Yorkshire Holiday 2019 U3A Travel Group. Yorkshire Highlights 6th – 10th May 2019. Visiting Eden Camp, Whitby, The James Herriott Museum, Fountains Abbey, RHS Harlow Carr Gardens, a day at leisure in York and also Hardwick Hall and Kedleston Hall en route. Accommodation at hotel in Harrogate. Cost. £444.00 per person plus a single supplement of £59.00 for sole occupancy of a double room. Brochures available in May. Betty Williams

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