Monthly Meetings at Glyndwr University
U3A main Monthly Member Meetings are held at William Aston Hall, Glyndwr University at 2.00pm on the third Tuesday of the month.
From Wrexham Town Centre, follow the A541 Mold Road.
The University is on the right hand side of the road going out of Town, just past the Racecourse.
Speakers for 2018/19
16th January: The Gummows, who brought Venice to Wrexham - Alister Williams
20th February: What Glaciers have done for us - Dr F Nicholson
20th March: Who would volunteer for a Mountain Rescue Team? - Chris Griffiths
17th April 2018 Laugh at Life Peter Mathot
15th May 2018 Discovering Old Welsh Houses Margaret Dunn
19th June 2018 Whizzbang in the Trenches Lowri Williams
17th July 2018 The Roman Soldier and the Park in the Past Paul Harston
21st August 2018 TREASURE HUNT
18th September 2018 Simply Rhona Rhona Pownall
16th October 2018 The Voice of Anfield George Sephton
20th November 2018 Villages of the Industrial Revolution Ray Jones
DECEMBER 2018 CHRISTMAS MEAL
15th January 2019 Atlantic to Pacific the Panama Canal Norman Harris
19th February 2019 17th Century Clothes of Ordinary People Sheridan & Justin Soper
19th March 2019 Steve McCurry and Me Edgar Lewis
Annual General Meeting
The AGM will be held on the 20th March 2018 at 2.00pm at Glyndwr University
Nomination forms for Officers /Committee Members for 2018/19 and agenda item proposal forms can be downloaded from this website by following the links on the right hand side of this page..
Any nominations or proposals must be returned duly completed to the Secretary no later than the 31st January 2018 otherwise they will not be accepted.
Gran Knows Best
If you have 3 or more grandchildren you may be interested in the flyer attached to this page.
No Finer Life
Linda Bellekon has asked for the following information to be passed on to our members:
"May I ask you to mention a play we are bringing to the Talbot Theatre, Whitchurch in your newsletter or at your meetings? The date of the show is March 1st.
It is called No Finer Life.
It is a 'lovely story, beautifully told' of a land army girl who sought out a farmer and author of a best selling book on farming during the war. Written by Graham Harvey, writer and agricultural editor of the Archers, it is brought to life in a stunning one woman performance by Rebecca Bailey, accompanied by pianist, Al Collingwood. Audiences have been giving it 4.8 star ratings.
If you would like further details please see us at nofinerlife.co.uk, we are also on Facebook and Twitter, links on the web page, or call Antony on 0772 0882 530
or mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org"
THE COASTLINE PROJECT
Please see details of this exciting project by following the link on this page.