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Monthly Meetings
COVID-19 - ALL EVENTS CANCELLED

Our monthly meetings are based around a talk given by a guest speaker, followed by questions and answers. These meetings are also an opportunity for committee members and group coordinators to pass on notices and announcements.

They are held in the Castle Street Centre, on 3rd Wednesday in the Month starting at 10.30 am, with coffee available from 9.45 am, and last about one and a half hours.

See Events for other meetings which are open to all members.

 

Future Meetings

SPEAKERS FOR CANCELLED MONTHLY MEETINGS 2020

18 March: Colin Aldred: Aerial Artwork (drone photography and film-making). Colin Aldred is a former college tutor of Art & Design from Barrow-in-Furness. He will be presenting work from the last four and a half years of operating his aerial film and photography business and producing his own aerial artwork.

15 April: Hilary Wade: 'My Life in Music ', including her time in Opera North. Hilary retired to Grange in 2014 after a career in music; she is Vice - Chairman of grange U3A.

20 May: to follow the AGM – A presentation of readings by members of the Poetry & Prose group.

26 September: Ambleside Oral History Archive: topic to be decided.

21 October: Martin Douglas: ‘The impact of globalisation‘ both positive and negative.

18 November: Helen Clark: Deputy Station Officer at Morecambe Bay Search and Rescue.

Previous Meetings

19 February: Carole Sutton: "Young people as offenders: risk and protective factors". Carole (SLU3A member) taught psychology to a range of professionals, social workers, probation officers and, in particular, health visitors; with research mainly in the field of young children's behaviour difficulties. Her PhD focused on supporting parents to manage and reduce troublesome behaviour.

15 January: Clive Darley: "Vintage Adventures" – treks undertaken by a couple in their 7th and 8th decades, focusing on the Spitzbergen section from his book, Timeless Treks. Copies will be available, at £15; proceeds to be donated to the charity Community Action Nepal.

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