We have 14 on the waiting list for Line Dancing and so we would like to start a second group. Do you know anyone who would be willing to co-ordinate or lead this group? If so please contact Ann Cousins – 01799 219 072 – email@example.com
From September 2017 Open Meetings have a slightly different format to enable more socialising. The doors will open at 2.15 pm and tea/coffee and biscuits will be available at 2.30 pm BEFORE the Speaker starts. Every third Monday at the Bowls Club.
For those of you who may be interested, Cambridge University Bookshop at 1-2 Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1SZ is offering a 20% discount to all U3A members. They stock CUP titles but their vast range of subjects ensures something for everyone. You can contact them on 01223 333 333, and remember to take your U3A card with you as proof of your membership.
Well what a good evening it was. The choir sang well. Isobel was brilliant the ukulele group was much appreciated some good poems and a lovely smiley audience.
And to top it all we will be able to present Accuro and the East Anglian Air Ambulance with £540 each.
A big thank you, to everybody that helped and supported us.
Thanks to Paul Crawford for the photos below:
A big thank you to all the co-ordinators who put so much effort into running our many classes and activities. Saffron Hotel – 18 May 2017
Above photo of a U3A building in Carrns in Queensland is from Ross Bell’s Facebook page ‘Learning Later in Life.
He was impressed with our website and invited us to have a look at his Facebook page.
Although Ross is an active member of Sydney U3A and U3A online, this Facebook page is an individual page.
The video recording of U3A’s ‘Celebration of 1,000 U3As’ is now available to view on YouTube. Click the banner below to be directed there.
A group from Saffron Harmony Choir, under the direction of substitute Musical Director Barry Land, sang carols at Audley End Miniature Railway recently as part of a Support 4 Sight fundraising event. An enjoyable morning in aid of a local good cause. Thanks to Tony Treglown for the photo. Dec 2016
These are now on the Publications page of the website or click on the links below: