Renewals are due by March 1st! Please visit our renewals page to find out more and download the form.
For those that have not already renewed, there is another chance to pop in to the Grange (original building) on Thursday 27th February, 2pm to 4pm for a few minutes to renew your annual membership, which is due by the end of February. Please bring along your completed form and payment, or complete a form on the day. Please pop in any time between 2 and 4pm.
Laugh, live and learn with the Radcliffe-on-Trent U3A. We are part of a national network of U3As offering people who are no longer in full-time employment the opportunity for late life learning, fellowship and enjoyment. Members share their wide variety of skills and experiences through monthly meetings, addressed by interesting speakers, as well as through a wide variety of social activities and outings.
Kilworth Open Air Theatre Trip June 2020 - Tickets on sale
Tickets will go on sale at the November U3A monthly meeting or contact Trips here. Price £48 pp. This will include coach travel, a breakfast cob stop en route and theatre ticket. We have to pay for all tickets in January so please book and pay for your place as we will be limited to numbers.
Speakers at our Open Meetings 2020
Come along to one of our next monthly open meetings. These take place on the first Thursday of the month at 2pm in the Grange Hall. Members and non-members are welcome. Free for members, only £2 for non-members. Tea, coffee and biscuits included.
Our Next Speaker
On Thursday March 5th, 2pm, at the Grange Hall, Radcliffe-on-Trent, Rosemary Gibson will give a talk to the Radcliffe on Trent U3A about the history of canals in general and the Grantham canal, in particular She will describe what working life was like during working days and what the Grantham Canal Society is doing to maintain and restore this valuable part of our historical and environmental heritage.
- 5th March – Rosemary Gibson – Grantham Canal, Another World (see above)
- 2nd April – Mark Shardlow – A career in sports journalism
- 14th May – David Bell – The Plague Doctor
- 4th June – Jas Bilkhu, Former Radcliffe GP and so much more – Inspired to Aspire
- 2nd July – Jenny Saint, Deputy Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire – Her Majesty’s Honours
- 3rd September – Barrie Page Geologist and Mountaineer – Between a rock and a hard place
- 1st October – Fran Sandham – A solo walk across Africa
- 12th November – Paul Stafford – A visit to North Korea, the most secretive and bizarre country in the world
- 3rd December – Higgs Bo’sun – local band – Traditional British folk music
In March 2021 our Treasurer will retire from the role. Yes 2021 is correct. This role benefits from some lead in time and hand over, particularly as during this year we plan to move onto a new and simplified U3A accounting system.
Is it you ? Do you know someone ? Please help.
This is self evidently one of our most senior and critical roles. It is also satisfying, stimulating and fun working in a committed and talented committee team.
Please contact Malcolm, our Chairman via the contact page, choosing ‘Other general enquiry’ from the list.
Has Your Email address Changed?
It is really important that you advise us when your email address changes. We are relying more and more on email communications so please tell us if it changes via our Contact Form (choose Membership from the drop-down list).
Trips and Outings - 2020 TRIPS JUST ANNOUNCED!
Book early because these are very popular and fill up quickly. For queries, contact the Trips and Outings Group leader here.
- Thurs May 21 – Stamford, Guided tour of Burghley House with Afternoon Cream Tea. Tickets available at March meeting.
- Weds 24 June – Kilworth Open Air Theatre “Carousel” – Tickets on sale at our November monthly meeting priced £48 pp – FULLY BOOKED
- Weds July 15 – Visit to Bomber Command , Lunch & River Boat Trip at Lincoln. Tickets available at May meeting.
- Tues Aug 4 – Gates Garden Centre near Oakham with Lunch & visit to Hanwell Estate Vineyard with talk & Wine Tasting. Tickets available at June meeting.
- Tues Oct 13 – York Entrance to Jorvik Centre then Afternoon Cream Tea at the famous Countess of York Victorian Railway Carriage situated in the York Railway Museum. Tickets available July meeting.
GROUP LEADERS: Remember the current membership card number for 2019-2020 starts with the number 3.
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