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Group Timetable (Updated November 2021)

2021-11-20T13:26:29+01:00September 29th, 2020|'A' Group Time Table|

Activity Day Place Time Art Appreciation Monthly 3rd Thursday Announced at Monthly Meeting 11.00am Book Club Monthly 1st Thursday Crow’s Nest Pub 2.00pm Chess Club   Not Active Coffee Morning -Drop In Tuesday after Monthly Meeting Poppies, Church Street 10am-12am Cinema  Not Active Current Affairs Monthly 2nd Friday Masonic Hall 10.00am Flower [...]

Happy Days, Overnight Stays and Holidays

2020-09-29T21:35:54+01:00September 29th, 2020|Uncategorized|

Happy Days, Overnight Stays and Holidays We are very fortunate in our U3A, we have members who put in a lot of work in organising trips for our pleasure and enjoyment, including overnight stays, holidays abroad and not forgetting Group Leaders who also organise trips for the benefit of their groups. [...]

Current Affairs

2020-09-29T21:28:45+01:00September 29th, 2020|All members|

Current Affairs Group Leader Malcolm Wilkinson We normally meet on the Friday morning, 10am, the day after our U3A monthly meeting. The meetings are held in Seaham Masonic Centre and are open to anyone. We can have anywhere between 8 and 18 present. As you can imagine, there is some lively [...]

Norwegian Experience May 2018

2018-05-24T11:23:19+01:00May 22nd, 2018|All members|

An enormous thank you to Carole and George for this excellent choice of cruise to Norway. Their thorough organisation and preparations ensured that everything ran like clockwork. Everyone had a marvellous time. Even the weather was nearly perfect; the beautiful blue skies enhanced the beauty of the snow capped mountains, fast [...]

September 2015

2016-05-11T19:51:05+01:00September 30th, 2015|All members|

Our numbers were rather depleted for the visit to Beamish Museum as several members were on holiday, which was a shame because once again the weather was really good. The set subject for this month was portraits and as the staff at Beamish are used to being photographed, this was the [...]