University of the Third Age Holds Monthly Meeting

Newcomers welcome at St Mary's Church hall on 14 February

The University of the Third Age, or U3A holds monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at St Mary’s Church Hall, on the corner of Edith Road and Hammersmith Road from 10.30 am till 12.30am.

The next monthly meeting, on Tuesday 14 February will feature a talk by Fran Sandham, an author who has written about his walk across Africa from coast to coast in a book called Traversa.

Fran Sandham on the Skeleton Coast in Namibia

'Dr Livingstone, I presume?', telling the story behind the famous meeting in Africa in 1871 between Dr. David Livingstone and Henry Morton Stanley.

There is a charge of £2.50 per visitor and new visitors can expect a warm welcome. For those who would like to join, the annual fee is £20.

The University of the Third Age was founded in 1982 and is a self-help organisation. Its groups come together, to develop new skills and interests, on a primarily social basis.

If you are retired or semi-retired, you can take part in educational, creative and leisure activities in the company of others. No qualifications are needed and none are given. All activities are run by volunteers.

Hammersmith and Fulham U3A began in 2004 and has over 150 members. The open meeting
open meeting on the second Tuesday of the month, starts at 10.30am with news from the Chair and Group Leaders. The coffee break at 11am is normally followed by a speaker at 11.30 and the meeting finishes about 12.45pm.

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