|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 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 are advised to take a seat in one of the centre blocks of seats and to help you tune in music will be played through the loop before the meeting.
Monday 10 June - The New Victoria Theatre. Europe's first purpose-built theatre-in-the-round and one of the country's most successful producing theatres.
Monday 8 July - Andrew Lound, Apollo - A Moon Odyssey'. The story of the Apollo project tracing the highs and lows, the sweat and tears.
Monday 12 August - Pat Hall 'Life Can Be Funny'. Our local Pam Ayres with a mixture of poens, anecdotes, stories and a bit of nostalgia thrown in. A funny afternoon can be guaranteed.
Monday 9 September - Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Archives Service "Preserving the Past for the Future".
Monday 14 October - But What Have the Moors Ever Done for Us? presented by Bruce, a Stafford U3A member.
Monday 11 November - Doug Stanley, a Forestry Commission Ranger, talks on Managing Cannock Chase.
Monday 9 December - No Meeting.