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Settle District U3A is a registered charity, No. 1095635
Site last updated April 19th, 2018

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NEXT MEETING

Poster


NEWS and NOTICES

Creative Writing

Please note the meeting on Monday April 30th is cancelled. Jean Stevens will be starting this group in September. More details in the April newsletter.

Debi Burridge - 01729 825855

REGIONAL and NATIONAL NEWS AND EVENTS

WestNet:
Discovery Trail Day in Ilkley Midsummer Day
Further information on Notice Board or from a committee member

Yorkshire and Humberside Region:
02 May 2018 AGM and Development Meeting, York
14 May 2018 "Industrial Archaeology of Bradford - Iron, Coal and Bricks" at Bradford Club, 1 Piece Hall Yard, Bradford BD1 1PJ 10.30 am – 4.15 pm (See Notice Board), Bradford

U3A National:
Changes to U3A Constitutions
Emergency General Meeting, 21 March 2018
2018 National Summer School BOOKINGS

ATG Theatre Card Offer for U3A members at a reduced price of £25 (full price £35). For more details visit the events page of the U3A members website www.u3a.org.uk or for more information phone national office 84666139

HOST
There are international students at our universities hoping to have the privilege of meeting people who live in the UK. Having a well-educated younger person from another part of the world visit you for a day, a weekend, or over Christmas, is an ideal way of exchanging ideas about your respective cultures. It’s an opportunity to take a pride in our own country and to understand more about another one, while showing kindness to someone far from home. It’s also great fun. If you’re not sure about doing this on your own, why not get together with another U3A member and make a great international weekend of it? HOST is a well-established charity whose hosts are volunteers. Please see www.hostuk.org or call local organiser Sue Binns on 01845 52484601845 524846.

St Johns Ambulance pocket size guide covering 5 common emergency conditions available free on application www.sja.org.uk/sja/support-us/the-difference/get-a-free-first-aid-guide.aspx

First two of U3A walking guides are available one of Bodmin Moor and one written about Settle written by local u3a member Tony Stevens. Available to download (35 pages) on www.discoveringbritain.org

Special discounts for U3A groups at RHS gardens. More information at www.rhs.org.uk/u3a

U3A National Chess by email - 57 U3A members from 54 different U3A groups playing chess by email. Contact dick.chapman@ntlworld.com for more details

U3A Humour Groups - there are currently 35 groups in existence. Contact Jean Bishop 01903 69521501903 695215 or JeanBs2@aol.com for a starter pack