The coach excursion to Beverley – in Yorkshire’s East Riding – has been rearranged for Tuesday 16 August by the Church History Group
Our main aim will be to enjoy the medieval glories of Beverley Minster, a former abbey church that is larger than one third of all English Cathedrals.
The coach will collect us at Four Lane Ends Mission at 9 o’clock and we should arrive in Beverley in time to disperse and find somewhere for a quick lunch. At 2 o’clock we will re-assemble at the West door of the Minster to begin our visit. If time allows, over lunch, the wonderful St Mary’s church is also worth looking into.
We would be leaving Beverley around 3.30pm and arriving back around 6.30pm – depending on the traffic.
The cost of this trip will be £33.00 per person. If you would like to join us for this visit, please contact Peter Gateley on 07518 685807.
On Thursday 11th August we will welcome Jeanette Lupton and Gaynor Caldwell from Macmillan Cancer Support at our Horizons Meeting. In addition to general information about the services provided by Macmillan, Jeanette and Gaynor will be telling us about the Aughton Support Group, which meets on the 2nd Friday of every month, from 9.30 – 11.30 am, in Christ Church Ministry Centre.
Computer Advice is available over the summer holidays this year on Thursday Mornings at the weekly Horizons Coffee Meetings. Computer Helpers are usually to be found at the Digital Photography / Computer Desk in the Aughton Hall or in the Computer Room off the Ormskirk Hall or just around and about. If you can’t find a Helper, ask at the Greetings Desk. You can also be put in contact with a Computer Helper by emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org .
One reason for the current suspension of the Monday (and former) Tuesday Computer Advice Group sessions is that there have been very few clients to make use of these facilities for some time now. If not utilised they may disappear or be adapted in some way to suit changes in members’ needs.
To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the Social Subcommittee organised a
Summer Dance on Saturday 25 June.
This turned out to be a most enjoyable and jolly ‘do’. The dance floor was never empty while the excellent band – the Rollercoasters – rocked out a series of old favourites from the 50s through to the 80s. The eatables – finger food on this occasion – was very suitable, tasty and plentiful. And it was a great opportunity to reunite with u3a friends and meet some new folk. So, all-in-all, this was a very successful event, with many, many thanks due to all those Social Team members involved in making it so.
(Don’t miss out on future opportunities arranged by the u3a! Take a few minutes to check out some other events that are coming soon, as advertised via the sidebar of this Front Page and elsewhere on the website.)
Our latest Guest Visitors at Horizons – Dr Dorothy Tse and Dr Nicola Van Rijsbergen – came from Edge Hill University to tell us about their interesting and relevant research titled Ageing Better aimed at promoting “healthy ageing and behavioural change within communities”.
The dates and venues for the workshops are as follows:
Dementia and Memory: 30th September, Scout Hut at Christchurch 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Physical Activity and Active Mind: 21st October, St Michael’s Church Hall, Church Lane 10am – 12pm
Emotional Health, Ageing and the Social World: 11th November, St Michael’s Church Hall, Church Lane 10am – 12pm
If you would like to get involved in this project, please contact our Health & Wellbeing Group Leader, Julia.
Click on the poster for more detail on this exciting opportunity and Julia’s email address.
If you missed the introductory talk at Horizons on 27 May, here is the Presentation from our Guest Visitors.
Computer Advice session will be suspended for the summer months i.e. June –August. Computer Advice will still be available, during this period, at Horizon sessions, or by e-mailing email@example.com. The reason for this suspension is that there have been very few clients to make use of these facilities. If you don’t use them they may disappear altogether. For further information contact the e-mail address given above.
Last Updated on May 17, 2020