Those that wish to book a place for any of the planned shows below, please be advised that your cheque is required NO LATER THAN 15/01/19. Unfortunately, as there is no meeting before that time, cheques (made payable to ‘Weston Turville U3A Travel’) should be POSTED (or dropped in) to the group leader, Melanie Evans, by that date. Please email Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org for the address to send/drop in your cheque too. Pricing details are below:
|‘The comedy about a bank robbery’||Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury||
£21 (was £27) – cheques are required NO LATER THAN 15/01/19
||Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury||£24.25 (was £34.25) – cheques are required NO LATER THAN 15/01/19|
Here is the finalised plan for the garden visits in 2019! For more details see the diary page on the WTU3A website
Bookings currently being taken for Old Church Cottage, Long Marston on 16th February. Contact Gaynor Edwards at email@example.com.
|16th February||Old Church Cottage, Long Marston – Full details below|
|March||No garden visit|
|17th April||Chenies Manor House, Rickmansworth|
|8th May||Eythrope, Waddesdon|
|29th May||Huntsmoor (NGS), Bovingdon|
|13th June||Mottisfont (NT), Romsey|
|16th July||Old Camos (NGS), Thatcham|
|15th August||Packwood House and Gardens (NT), Lapworth|
|19th September||The Grange (NGS), Chalgrove|
|17th October||Stowe (NT), Buckingham|
The intention of this Thames Valley Network U3A study day is to further our understanding of one of the most important operations of the 2nd World War – the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force under the constant bombardment of the German guns. Full details are here.
These events usually get booked up quickly, so if you are interested in attending you are advised to send in your application form quickly.
For further information, please contact Patsy Thornton, firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel: 01344 774812.
WTU3A Local History Group Meetings from October 2018 to March 2019
Here is a reminder of the Local History meetings schedule to the end of the year and up to March 2019. As usual, suggestions for talks/visits etc are very welcome. Please contact Glynn White at email@example.com
Meetings are posted in the Diary and detailed below:
|Tuesday 23rd October||“Aylesbury – recent history and lost heritage”|
|Tuesday 27th November||“I’m not really old, it’s those tablets”|
|Tuesday 25th December||No meeting (Christmas Day)|
|Tuesday 22nd January 2019||“The Art of metal detecting”|
|Tuesday 26th February 2019||“The Battle at Chalgrove Field”|
|Tuesday 26th March 2019||“The History of Hugenden Manor”|