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If you are retired or semi-retired and living in Bramhall or nearby
If you enjoy learning, and perhaps would also like to share your knowledge with others
If you would like to form new friendships with like-minded people then the University of the Third Age could be what you are looking for.
We have monthly meetings (with external speakers), theatre trips, outings and numerous interest groups.
If you are interested in joining our U3A then please see the details on the Contact Us page
U3A NewsTheatre & Outings
Bookings/Waiting List are now being taken for:
Blood Brothers (Lowry, matinee) - 16 Nov 2016
Xmas Swinging 60's Show-Party - 24 Nov 2016
The Red Shoes Ballet (Lowry, matinee) - 1 Dec 2016
A Little Law & the People's History Museum - 12 Jan 2017
Gaslight (Oldham Coliseum, matinee) - 8 Feb 2017
Manchester Cathedral & Cream Tea - 27th Feb 2017
Jane Eyre (Lowry, matinee) - 12 Apr 2017
See here for details
Are you interested in helping research into dementia? Click here for more details. 15/10/16
U3A National Office has organised a workshop and curatorial talk on L S Lowry to take place at The Lowry, Salford Quays, on Thursday 17th November. For further information click here.
Monthly Meetings - new Venue for 2017
St Michael's Church will be increasing their charges for our monthly Meeting again in 2017 - an increase of 125% in two years.
Consequently, the Committee have decided that as from January 2017, the Monthly Meetings will be held at Bramhall URC, which is across the road from St Michael's at a cost of almost 50% of the new charges proposed by St Michael's. The facilities will be much the same but also enable us to accommodate up to 200 people, if required. The existing Car Parking facilities will remain.
The meetings will continue to be held on the third Thursday of the month.
Next Monthly Meeting
The next monthly meeting is on the 17th November 2016 and there will a talk by Peter Ashburner entitled "Flog It"
Having failed to find storage space for our gradually increasing range of equipment via the Newsletter and Website, the Committee have secured a small unit at the Apex Self-Storage complex based on the Stanley Green Industrial Estate. This unit will also accommodate space for storage of the books that we hold for sale on behalf of Wellspring/St Ann's Hospice and the old U3A's financial records, which must be held for 6/7 years. It provides secure, dry and fairly easily accessible storage and meets the majority of our storage needs.
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This document last modified Sunday February 21, 2016
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