2 pm at Reigate Park Church RH2 8BD
Annual General Meeting
The AGM will contain a brief report of activities in 2018/19, the Treasurer’s report and the election of Committee members. It will be followed by a short talk by a local farmer Hugh Broom, entitled Farming in Surrey Today.
If you think friends might be interested in this talk, they are welcome to attend. They will be asked to sign in so that we have a record of attendance.
Friday 1 November: The Fair Maid of Kent – James Dickinson
Friday 6 December: Christmas Tea Party at Reigate Manor Hotel. Tickets £12 will be on sale at the AGM
U3A Evenings: Learning in a social setting
Reigate Manor Hotel, Reigate Hill, RH2 9PF from 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Doors open from 7.00pm
Murder at the Manor
A Murder Mystery Evening but not entirely what you might expect.
Come and test out your detective skills or simply come and watch the fun.
Tickets £7 available from Sally Baker on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01737 221766
Tuesday 5 November – Square Mile Curios – £42 – please note change of date
Walking tour to the London Mithraeum, an ancient Roman Temple situated in the basement of the award winning Bloomberg Building
Free time for lunch at Cheapside
Visit to Guildhall Art Gallery & London Police Museum
Included afternoon refreshments in a Wren Church
Departing for home at 4.30pm
Contact Jane Rayner email@example.com
U3A Study Days
Friday 20 September
Genetics: Development of Personalised Medicine & Treatment of Disease
Daniel Biggs, Felicia Anna Tucci & Justin Whalley
Friday 18 October
An Age of Uncertainty -The Changing World of Victorian & Edwardian Britain
Public Discourse in the Modern Age & It's Not the Economy Stupid!
Presented by Evan Davis, BBC Radio 4's PM Programme Presenter
Friday 15 November
UK in a Changing Europe
Dr. Simon Usherwood, Surrey University
For further details and application forms please click here
The Royal Holloway University
Citizens Shared Learning Project
All members of U3A are invited to attend a series of half day workshops to be held in this year as part of phase two of the Citizens project's Shared Learning Projects.
U3A members can help delve into the archives to help examine key milestones in the history of liberty, protest, rebellion and reform
Here is the link to the project www.citizens800.org/u3a
The National Office advertise a range of events and offers for members. To find out more and book a place, visit and login to the members’ area of www.u3a.org.uk.
Details are also published in the newsletter, in the magazine Third Age Matters and in the hall at the monthly meetings.