Visits and Trips
|Trips organiser||Maggie Watts|
|Loft Theatre visits||Sue Sheen||259923||Ros Heron||730712|
Click on the titles of the trips, below, for more details (if there are any).
Click on the names of the organisers to send them an email.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu Oct 10th||BLOOD BROTHERS |
Birmingham Hippodrome, 7.30 pm
All tickets now sold.
Willy Russell’s award winning BLOOD BROTHERS is coming to the Hippodrome in October. Affectionately christened the ‘Standing Ovation Musical’, it inevitably brings the audience to its feet with songs such as Bright New Day, Marilyn Monroe and the emotionally charged Tell Me It’s Not True.
However, I have a problem. I wasn’t able to get a block booking so I have seats together in two different locations, with two different prices. So - front circle rows F and G, all at £44 and stalls rows L,M and N (all at the side), a mixture of £44 and £36. This is because I didn’t want seats further back than that. The coach fare is £11. I will allocate seats, as far as I can, according to people's preferences.
Pickup will be 4.15pm from Warwick Tesco car park. I will, of course, check that nearer the date.
Please note my new phone number in Info 151. Or contact me by email Maggie Watts
|Fri Nov 15th||Tutankhamun and The Roaring Twenties|
Friday 15th November
9.00 Leave Warwick, allowing us time to arrive at the National Army Museum at midday
12.00 - Blue badge guide will meet us at the National Army Museum
12.00-13.30 - lunch (not included in the price - the café at the National Army Museum has been recommended)
13.30 - rejoin coach for drive through Kensington and Chelsea discovering places of importance
during the Roaring Twenties and some history of that time.
16.00 - Saatchi Museum for the Tutankhamun Exhibition.
18.30 - Back to coach for return to Warwick.
Cost will be £53 pp and cheques should be made payable to Warwick District U3A and sent to Maggie as usual - see Info for contact details.
The discovery of the boy king’s tomb in 1922 by Howard Carter in an expedition financed by Lord Carnarvon of Highclere Castle stirred up 'Egyptomania' in England. The 3,300 year old Egyptian designs influenced the art and architecture of the Roaring Twenties.
Click here for further information: Tutankhamun
|Fri Dec 6th||CHRISTMAS MARKET IN LINCOLN|
Our December excursion this year will be to Lincoln, home to one of the largest and most popular Christmas Markets in the country. There is the castle with its Mediaeval Wall Walk and Victorian prison and, I think, one of the four copies of the Magna Carta. And there is the cathedral with stunning nave, tower and roof tours and unique libraries. There is the cathedral quarter and cultural quarter. Need I go on?
The coach will leave Warwick Tesco car park at 9.15 am and should take no more than two hours, hopefully less. Our planned leaving time from Lincoln is 4.30 pm.
Cost is £15.00 pp.
To sign up contact Maggie Watts, details above
|Sun May 10th 2020
→Fri May 15th 2020
Proposed trip to Tuscany and Umbria: 6 days 5 nights 10th – 15th May 2020.
A few twin/double rooms are still available.
EasyJet flights Luton/Pisa/Luton (flight times to be confirmed); staying at 3* Hotel Villa Ricci located in Chianciano Terme, Tuscany. Two days half board and three days B&B with optional farewell dinner in a local restaurant or Tuscan farmhouse. UK airport transfers from Warwick are included.
Click here for brochure: Tuscany and Umbria
We will be visiting Pienza (where parts of the English Patient was filmed), Siena, Florence, Perugia and Assisi. If flight times permit, we will visit Pisa.
For further details please see Tuscany trip details and booking form or click on the tab View Your Tour at Tailored Travel and quote waru201 or contact Jean on 01926 494147 email Jeanhardwick41@btinternet.com.