University of the Third Age Wirral

Meetings held on alternate Monday mornings at the Williamson Art Gallery, Slatey Road, Birhenhead
10.15-10.30am Coffee, tea and biscuits
10.45am Announcements and Lecture

19/09/11 Hilaire Belloc-Jim Dale

03/10/11 The Renaissance in Full Bloom-Fenella Billington

17/10/11 Driving from Liverpool to Cape Town in 1933-Chris Kay

31/10/11 Time for Tea-David Atherton

14/11/11 History, Art and Architecure of Umbria-Dr.Paymaster

28/11/11 History of Nursery Rhymes-David Moore

11/12/11 Christmas Lunch at The Grange, Thornton Hough

12/12/11 Social Event

09/01/12-A Policeman's Lot-Bill Johnstone

23/01/12-Duchess of Beaufort's Flowers-Dr J Edmondson

06/02/12-Humour in local History-David Charters

20/02/12-Living in the Canadian Sub-Artic-Frank Nicholson

05/03/12-A Touch of Green(Northern Ireland)-Rodger Burgess

19/03/12 Laura Knight-english Painter-Andrew Tolley

02/04/12 The Oregon Trail-Mass Migration-Ian Barclay

16/04/12-AGM followed by a speaker

30/04/12 Edward V11 and Associates-Michael Murphy

14/05/12 Another look at Chester (Part 11)-Stephen Shakeshaft

28/05/12 Bank Holiday

04/06/12 Coastguard Procedures-Steven Travis

18/06/12 Au Revoir meeting

2012/13 Programme commences on Monday 10 September 2012.

Membership is 10 annually with 1 entrance fee each meeting with free refreshments

Visitors welcome to individual meetings

Hon Sec Geoff Simons 0151 625 8274

This U3A branch has monthly walks and several activity groups such as winetasting, local History, music appreciation. They have regular theatre visits and days out.

I have found them a lively lot ( perhaps over eighty people at some meetings).It's a great way to make new friends and to start the week on a positive note.


U3As have the following aims and guiding principles:-

Aims.

1.To encourage and enable older people no longer in full-time paid employment to help each other to share their knowledge, skills, interests and experience.
2.To demonstrate the benefits and enjoyment to be gained and the new horizons to be discovered in learning throughout life.
3.To celebrate the capabilities and potential of older people and their value to society.
4.To make U3As accessible to all older people.
5.To encourage the establishment of U3As in every part of the country where conditions are suitable and to support and collaborate with them.