Monthly meeting 2pm at Reigate Park Church
Friday 2 March - William Smith's geological map
Robert Chandler's talk examines the impact that William Smith’s map of 1815 has had on the study of layered sedimentary rocks from 1815 to the present day. The talk focuses on the use of fossils as geological clocks to make relative estimations of time. Before retirement Robert was a science teacher and now works as a researcher working on ammonites at the Natural History Museum.
If you have friends who would be interested in these topics, they are welcome to attend and sign in as guests.
Tuesday 6 March - Annual meeting for Group Leaders and members of the Really Useful Group
2.30 to 4.30 at Reigate Manor Hotel
Thursday 19 April - Family History Groups Open Meeting
1.45pm for 2.00pm in the Church Hall, Reigate Park Church
The speaker is Dr Nick Barratt and topic is ‘Genealogy in the 21st century’ and tickets cost £5 on sale at the Friday meetings, or from Jane Gorman or 01737 241720 (from 14 February) or Gill English. Please click their names to send an email.
Learning in a social setting
U3A Evenings at Reigate Manor Hotel starting at 7.30pm.
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Wednesday 18 April - Suffer the Women
Wednesday 23 May - What’s up Doc?
Thursday 28 June - A Taste of South America
Tuesday 24 July - Encounters: Meetings and Mayhem
Tuesday 25 September - The Golden Age of Hollywood
Tickets from Sally Baker on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01737 221766.
Coffee Mornings & Computer help
Dates for 2018:
Thursday 15 March: Easter Swap and Sale
Tuesday 17 April, Thursday 17 May, Tuesday 12 June, Thursday 19 July, Tuesday 11 September, Tuesday 16 October, Thursday 22 November.
Café area of St Joseph’s Community Centre, Ladbroke Road, Redhill, RH1 6SY. Everyone is welcome to attend the coffee mornings held once a month from 10.00am to 11.30am on different days of the week. Entry is free, refreshments can be purchased and there is plenty of parking space.
Organised by Jane Rayner
Thursday 22 March £47
Visit to the new Postal Museum in London with a ride on their underground railway. Morning refreshments included at the Museum of London. Free time in Exmouth Market for your lunch, which is not included.
Tuesday 22 May £59 (including lunch)
This outing to the New Forest starts with a tour of the Forest followed by lunch at the Beaulieu Hotel. In the afternoon, a visit to Buckler's Hard includes a river cruise, entrance to the Maritime Museum and time to buy refreshments.
The Delights of Tuscany and Umbria
6 days from £749 departing 8 May
Details from sally.baker@RRU3A.org.uk
Friday 16 March: Vincent Van Gogh & Painting in 19th Century France - Leslie Pitcher
Friday 20 April: UK Energy Futures - Graham Hill, Richard Rumble, Robin Allen, John Gallop & Ian Funnell
Friday 8 May: Hoaxes, Magic, Cartoons and Satire - Ian Keable, Lecturer for the Arts Society and member of the Magic Inner Circle
Summer School 2018
Details of the Summer School to be held from 18 -21 June 2018 are available on the Surrey Network website. Click here to see the poster.
Guildford Area U3A Annual Lecture
Monday 9 April at 2.00pm at University of Surrey
Teaching and Learning with Touch Technologies to improve Education and Training
For further details click here
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.