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U3A CARRICK - SOME USEFUL BACKGROUND ON OUR ACTIVITIES:

U3A Carrick Group covers a wide-ranging area, so therefore general meetings are held in four locations.

VENUE

JULY

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Kea Community Centre,
47 Old Coach Rd.,
Playing Place

 

Friday, 3rd August
10am - 12.30pm

 

Friday, 5th October
10am - 12.30pm

 

 

St. Mary’s Church Hall,
Kimberley Place,
Falmouth

Weds., 18th July
10am - 12.30pm

Veronica Whale "LIfe in Ceylon during the 50s and 60s"

Wednesday 15th Aug.10am - 12.30pm

"World War 1 Behind the Lines" Amanda Harris

Thursday, 20th Sept.
10am - 12.30pm Julie Taylor-Browne - a member of the British Alpaca Society, will talk on ALPACAS their breeding ,husbandry and handling. Julie has her own farm at Carthvean near Helston.

Thursday 18th Oct.10am - 12.30pm

Thursday., 22ndNov.
10am - 12.30pm

"The West Country's Other Railway."  Eric Irons

Thursday Dec.20th 10am - 12.30pm

Christmas Quiz

Perranwell Centre
School Hill, Perranwell Station

 

 

U3A meeting  Peranwell Centre at 10.00 for 10.30
Wedneday September 5th- Peter Sudbury – Genealogy and Family History.

 

 

Friday, 7th Dec.
CHRISTMAS SHOW
10am - 12.30pm

TRURO: Conservative Club     Tuesday 25th September      

 

 

U3A Meetings

TRURO: Conservative Club at 2.00 p.m.

Tuesday 25th September - Come along and meet the new steering group and join in the general discussion

Many of our regular members were rather concerned during the first six months of the year because it was not clear if the Truro Monthly Meetings would continue beyond June. I am pleased to allay any fears on that score and announce that the new committee have given the thumbs up for us to continue.
The problem was never simply finance but how the meetings would continue after Dr. Tony Herring's demise in December. I found myself assisting Tony as his health deteriorated last year and I was determined to struggle on until June this year.
Thankfully at the June meeting our appeal for help did not fall on deaf ears and a number of members have stepped forward to offer support.  The new "steering group" will be getting together to discuss the September meeting and also to put in place arrangements for the winter and spring meetings.
This heralds the start of a new era for our Monthly Meetings, so please come along in September, meet the new team and, more importantly, have a say in the future of the Truro Monthly Meetings.

Richard Allen.   richardwallen85@gmail.com

Carol Waters.  01872 272951.

carolwaters7255@talktalk.net

From September, Falmouth meetings will be on the third THURSDAY


Perranwell Meeting 1st August
Sue Sayer from The Cornwall seals group gave us a fascinating presentation on seal pups and seal life around Cornish shores. It proved how lucky we are to have such dedicated people that give their time to collate all this information and  in Cornwall  we are able to see these mammals in their natural environment. Any U3A members that sight seals on our coast line this info can be reported to Sue via her website google Sue Sayer and follow the link.

 

Constitution:

U3A Carrick operates under a formal constitution, which sets out our philosophy and operational practices under which we manage our various activities and groups on a day-to-day basis across our neighbourhood districts. We operate with a formal committee structure, which includes financial management. U3A Carrick Group is registered with The UK Charity Commissioners under charity number: 1034910.

 

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