Tarporley & District U3A is One Year Old

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Tarporley and District U3A

We have had a very successful first year ending up with a membership in excess of 220.

Outings have been organised to Trentham Gardens and Moorcroft Pottery, Stokesay Castle and Ludlow, Manchester Ship Canal and Llangollen and Erdigg. Theatre visits have included Under Milk Wood and Dial M for Murder.

All of these are open to members, as well as the monthly meetings starting at 10.00am of the 4th Thursday of each month at Tarporley Community Centre, where a varied and interesting programme of talks has been presented.

The interest groups are now in full swing including French, Italian and Spanish Languages, Book group, Bridge, Walking, Computing, Digital Photography, Local History, Crafts, Antiques, Art Appreciation and Singing for Fun.

Of course there are always opportunities for new ideas, so why not come and join us at a monthly meeting at see what U3A is all about.

For more information contact Marilyn Walton Tel: 01829 733647 or email marilynwaltonuk@yahoo.com

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