|The University of the Third Age|
This is an open meeting for all members on the second Monday of every month at 14.00
A guest speaker is followed by a 10 minute information slot and a few announcements about forthcoming activities. The group then breaks up for informal conversation, tea, coffee and biscuits. Previous speakers have included Keith Burton who walks and photographs throughout the UK's wild places and David Thomas with a talk entitled "Dentists are really nice people".
For those with a hearing aid, the Hall has a hearing loop system and to benefit from it you can sit anywhere in the room.
Monday 10 April - Nicky Barron "Stafford Old Library", outlining plans to buy and restore Stafford's Carnegie Library and turn it into an Arts Centre
Monday 8 May - Sandra Dudley with "Badgers - its not all black and white"
Monday 12 June - The Origins of Stafford told by David Wilkinson
Monday 10 July - Alan Hopkin "The Violin and the Mystics of the Auction House"
Monday 14 August - Nikki Hawkins will be telling us about "The History of Fish & Chips"
Monday 11 September - John Butterworth "Off the Beaten Track", driving through Iran, Afghanistan, Nepal, Lapland, the Sahara and the Galapogos Islands
Monday 9 October - Steve Booth asks "The First Duke of Sutherland, Kind Landlord or Cruel Tyrant?"
Monday 13 November - Gurkha Life and Culture described by Margaret Cross
December - NO MEETING
Monday 8 January - Jeremy Lefroy (MP for Stafford) will inform us about 'His Life Before and Since Becoming an MP', to be followed by a Dance Display from the Thistledown Group.
Monday 12 February - HifsaHaroon-Iqbal on "Understanding Islam;Islam in Britain"
Monday 12 March - AGM followed by a speaker on "House of Bread and its work"