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Places should be reserved and paid in full at the next meeting after a Theatre visit or social outing has been announced. A non-refundable deposit will be taken at the time of booking. Putting your name down will be taken as a FIRM COMMITMENT to that visit/outing. Please keep this in mind.
If a member is unable to go there will be no return of monies paid. A replacement should be found by the member if there is no reserve list. Although U3A members will have first choice, a replacement who is not a member is otherwise acceptable.
In the unfortunate event the trip/outing is cancelled due to circumstances outside our control and we are unable to obtain an exchange or refund then the cost will have to be borne by each member.
Reports and Pictures
Please Note: The costs given below are approximate and will depend on numbers attending.
| Tuesday 17th April || |
Approximate cost: £31 for coach and ticket.
Friday May 11th
Birmingham, Guided Tour of the Jewellery Quarter Museum and The Newman Brothers Coffin Makers. Followed by lunch and free time.
Cost around £30.
| Wednesday June 13th || |
Oxford Blue Badge guided tour for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, with free time.
Cost around £26.
Reports & Pictures
October 4th 2017 - Ampleforth Abbey
On Wednesday 4 October 2017 45 members visited Ampleforth Abbey in North Yorkshire. They were given a guided tour of the orchards Cider Mill and Press were we tasted some of the cider. The three course meal was excellent and came with more tastings which convinced the members to spend their pensions buying cider (at reduced rates). Brother Benedict then gave us a guided tour of the Abbey.
July 18th 2017 - Jodrell Bank
On 18 July 2017 members visited Jodrell Bank and were treated to a tour of the very impressive Arboretum and were educated in the development and history of the Lovell Telescope which has been in place since 1957.
May 9th 2017 - Judith Mary
38 members enjoyed the weather, the boat trip, the food was excellent and the afternoon was spent in Bakewell, although it should have been Buxton!!