The Helping Each Other Group (HEOG) was set up to ensure that members with mobility or health difficulties are not excluded from attending activities. As members age this can become a problem but continuing to interact with others is vital for both physical and mental health. ALL U3A members are welcome to join in.
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- Leader: Dorothy Harrison - 01695 421140
- Helper: Judy Ingman - 01695 423141
- Helper: Ann Haskell - 01695 579569
With the current situation with the Pandemic there will be no further meetings until further notice.
If you have difficulty getting out and have not been able to arrange transport to U3A activities through other members, you can contact the HEOG Leader or Helpers above for help or advice.
HEOG also organises occasional trips, and you can find out more details about any such trips by contacting Judy, Dorothy or Ann.
HEOG comprises just a few members but relies on help from other people. Volunteers to assist on these occasions are always welcome, so please contact the Leader if you could help.
Wednesday September 20: A visit to Turbury Sanctuary to see the ‘Birds of Prey’ and have lunch and drinks, available at the cafe. – leaving by 2.30pm. Coach will leave Aughton Village Hall 10.30am.
Tuesday October 17: An afternoon trip to Derby House which has a variety of indoor shopping and a cafe – open for drinks and snacks. Coach will leave Aughton Village Hall at 1.30pm.
Monday November 13: Card making session with Jean Chambers at the Ministry Centre – 2.00pm-4.00pm. Come and make your own Xmas cards. Costs between £5 and £6.
Monday – 7 November: We presented a film at The Ministry Centre from 13.30 to 16.30. The cost was between £2-£5 and included tea and cake.
Thursday – 15 December: We had a Christmas outing to The Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool for a Matinee performance of ‘The Star – The Big Brilliant Music Hall Show’. The coach left Aughton Village Hall at 12.30pm. The cost was £25 which included the theatre ticket and coach.