A reminder to all members when attending a group for the first time it is essential that you contact the Group Leader beforehand. From a health and safety perspective, it is not permitted to just turn up unannounced.
by Elaine Ramsay, HWu3a member. So, you’ve spent something like 2 years hunched in front of the keyboard writing that novel. The one you always promised yourself you would write. The wise ones get it out of their system early, those who procrastinate and leave it ‘til we retire find ourselves in a quagmire of … Read more
On Sunday 10th July, sunlight bounced off chromium plating, polished aluminium, sparkling glass and gleaming paintwork when the centre of Market Harborough was closed down to enable Classic cars, vans, lorries, fire engines, motorcycles, scooters and camper vans to be displayed. They ranged in size from an ex-US Army M35 2½-ton cargo truck to a … Read more
The New Age Kurling Group 2 will start on 17th August at 2p.m. in the Jubilee Hall Market Harborough. The cost of each session will be £3. The session will be 1 hour initially. We are all beginners so do come and join us. For further information contact Julia Granger or Pat Middleton – See … Read more
May meeting At our May meeting we were disappointed that illness prevented Judith Sampson from giving what would have been a fascinating presentation about building with flints. We look forward to hearing from Judith when her talk is rescheduled, probably early next year. In her place Geoff Woods gave a short update on his February … Read more
At 10.45 one of our u3a groups, the Jordan Jammers, struck up with music and song to entertain us for a short while, making it difficult to carry on a conversation but entertaining nonetheless. During this Open Morning, we had 20 visitors, who came in to enquire about u3a, 17 of whom then joined, and … Read more
In March popular speaker Bruce White reflected on the birds that he’d seen while on his U.K. travels during Autumn and Winter. He showed us a number of slides of some great photos of both common and more unusual birds for us all to look out for. This month we welcome speaker Geoff Harris with … Read more