Jan

04

January Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Jan

06

“The Musical Delights of Vienna”

We are pleased to advise you of two delightful concerts in Harrogate over the first weekend of the New Year on 6 and 7 January 2018, presented by the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival at the start of their special 25th Anniversary Year Saturday 6 January 2018 at 7.30pm in the Royal Hall, Harrogate: “The Musical Delights of Vienna” Ticket prices from £25 - £34 per person including complimentary Bucks Fizz at 6.30pm Concessions for over 60 years at £2 off each ticket. Bookings for both Concerts Open Now: Box Office: Tel: 01422-323252 or online: http://www.gsfestivals.org/ Please note end time is approximate  

Royal Hall - Harrogate
7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
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Jan

07

“The Great British Song Book Concert”

We are pleased to advise you of two delightful concerts in Harrogate over the first weekend of the New Year on 6 and 7 January 2018, presented by the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival at the start of their special 25th Anniversary Year. Ticket prices from £25 - £34 per person including complimentary Bucks Fizz at 6.30pm Concessions for over 60 years at £2 off each ticket. Sunday 7 January 2018 at 2.30pm in the Crown Hotel, Harrogate:  “The Great British Song Book Concert” Ticket price (free seating) at £15 per person. Concessions for over 60 years at £1 off per ticket. Bookings for both Concerts Open Now: Box Office: Tel: 01422-323252 or online: http://www.gsfestivals.org/ Please note end time is approximate

The Crown Hotel - Harrogate
2:30 pm to 5:30 pm
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Jan

10

Trip - Marks & Spencer Archives

Day trip to Marks & Spencer Archives, University of Leeds, (With Driffield U3A) 9.30am - Pick up Pocklington Bus Station. 10.30am - Arrive Marks & Spencers Archives, then onto Marks & Spencers War Effort with tea and coffee. 11.15am -12.00 noon - Guided Tour of Marks & Spencers in Time exhibition. 12.00 noon - Free time to explore exhibition, then on to Asian Market, Kirkgate by coach, plenty of eating places. 4.00pm - Depart, or if weather bad, we would leve earlier. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In

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9:30 am to 4:00 pm
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Jan

10

Spanish for Beginners Group commences 10th January 2018

Our first meeting will be on Wednesday 10th January 2018. This is an informal group for people to learn the basics of Spanish using various self-help tools.  We'll practise speaking and learning some vocabulary. The group will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month, starting at 10.45am.   The venue will be at the Meeting room in Pocklington All Saints Church, Pavement, Pocklington.  Please contact Group Leader or call in at drop-in for further information.

Pocklington All Saints Church - Pavement, Pocklington
10:45 am to 12:15 pm
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Jan

12

Whist Group commences 12th January 2018

Our first meeting will be on Friday 12th January 2018. We are a recently formed group whose motto is “Playing for Pleasure”.   We welcome new members;  it doesn’t matter if you are a total beginner, only played when you were young, or play regularly. Why not join us for a fun afternoon of “Progressive Whist”? You don’t need a partner and full instructions on how to play (with some tips!) will be given. We meet at the Catholic Church Meeting Room on the second and fourth Fridays each month from 1.30 - 3.30pm. At this first meeting you will meet your fellow enthusiasts and be told about finance aspects (we have to pay for room hire ourselves) and it would be helpful if you could donate a pack of cards. Please contact Group Leader or call in at our desk at the drop-in for further information.    

Catholic Church Hall - Union Street, Pocklington
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
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Jan

15

Philosophy Group commences 15th January 2018

The Philosophy  Group will commence Monday January 15th at Nottingham Farm, Barmby Moor 2.00pm.  The sessions will explore the so called 'Big Problems' of Persons, God, Freedom, Time, Morality, Freedom, Democracy, Art.  Each session will explore one of these key elements in our lives.  Sessions typically last in the region of an hour and a half to two hours, certainly no longer. Anyone who might be interested, please contact Group Leader ian228768@gmail.com.  

Nottingham Farm - Barmby Moor
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Jan

24

January Open Meeting

Yashpal Annad (U3A Member) provides a talk titled 'A Gentle Introduction to India'

Masonic Hall - The Mile, Pocklington
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Jan

25

Theatre - 'Cilla The Musical'

'Cilla The Musical'  The new heart-warming musical adaptation of the hit ITV television series by Bafta Award winner, Jeff Pope  Thursday 25th January 2018, at The Grand Opera House, York. Tickets £31.00 to be paid before 5th January 2018.   Performance starts 2.30pm Contact Group Leader for further information and actual timings, or call at our desk at the drop-in

Grand Opera House - York
2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Feb

01

February Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Feb

01

Theatre - 'Fat Friends'

'Fat Friends' The hit TV show from award winning Kay Mellor, Thursday 1st February 2018 at The New Theatre, Hull.  Tickets £33.00 to be paid before 5th January 2018.  Performance starts 2.30pm  Contact Group Leader for further information and actual timings, or call at our desk at the drop-in

Hull New Threatre - Hull
2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Feb

14

Trip - Gainsborough Old Hall

Day trip to Gainsborough Old Hall 9.30am - Pick up Pocklington Bus Station (Bus Stop) Price £22.00, includes guided tour of the Hall If there are enough people, there would be a buffet at the hall, this would be an extra £8.00. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In

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9:30 am to 6:00 pm
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Feb

15

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness: This session is now fully booked! Don Buxton of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be providing a session which covers the following: How to recognize a Suspected Heart Attack How, when and why to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) How to perform Hands-Only Chest Compressions (CPR) How, when and why to place an Unconscious Breathing person in the Recovery Position How to recognise and deal with a Choking Situation How to deal with Life-Threatening or Serious Bleeding (Adult – Child – Baby protocols will be shown) The training session will take place at Burnby Hall Community Centre commencing at 1.45pm and concluding at 4.15pm. Those attending MUST stay for the duration of the training session. Interested? Please contact Graham on 01759 303040 or email: secretarypockdu3a@gmail.com

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
1:45 pm to 4:30 pm
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Feb

22

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness: This session is now fully booked! Don Buxton of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be providing a session which covers the following: How to recognize a Suspected Heart Attack How, when and why to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) How to perform Hands-Only Chest Compressions (CPR) How, when and why to place an Unconscious Breathing person in the Recovery Position How to recognise and deal with a Choking Situation How to deal with Life-Threatening or Serious Bleeding (Adult – Child – Baby protocols will be shown) The training session will take place at Burnby Hall Community Centre commencing at 1.45pm and concluding at 4.15pm. Those attending MUST stay for the duration of the training session. Interested? Please contact Graham on 01759 303040 or email: secretarypockdu3a@gmail.com 

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
1:45 pm to 4:30 pm
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Feb

28

February Open Meeting

Geoff Sidwell (U3A Member) provides insight in to his study of the Stewart family of Burnby Hall in a talk titled 'Katherine Stewart... who do you think you are?'

Masonic Hall - The Mile, Pocklington
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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Mar

01

March Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Mar

07

Theatre - 'Strangers on a Train'

'Strangers on a Train' Gripping production, guaranteed to thrill and chill as the suspense mounts. Wednesday 7th March 2018 at The Grand Opera House, York.  Tickets £20.00 to be paid by 9th February 2018.  Performance starts 2.30pm Contact Group Leader for further information and actual timings, or call at our desk at the drop-in

Grand Opera House - York
2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
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Mar

21

March Open Meeting

Hazel Collett who is theU3A National Astronomy Adviser shares her study in a talk titled 'The beauty and violence of the Sun'

Masonic Hall - The Mile, Pocklington
2:00 am to 4:00 am
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Mar

21

Trip - Liverpool (Albert Dock etc.)

The Albert Dock is one of Liverpool's most important tourist attractions and a vital component of the city's UNESCO world heritage Maritime Mercantile City. As well as being the number one tourist attraction in Liverpool, the Dock is also the most visited multi-use attraction in the  UK  outside London, with over 4m. visitors per year.  Amongst the many attractions at the Albert Dock are the Merseyside Maritime Museum, the Beatles Story and the Tate Liverpool.  The five warehouses around the dock as well as the former dock traffic office are Grade I listed buildings. Other dock buildings, listed Grade II, are the former hydraulic pumping station, and the swing bridge. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In  

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8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Apr

05

April Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Apr

18

Trip - Arley Hall & Gardens, Cheshire

Arley Hall, a country house in the village of Arley, Cheshire, is home to Viscount Ashbrook . The house is a Grade II* listed building, as is its adjacent chapel. Formal gardens to the southwest of the hall are also listed at Grade II* on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. In the grounds are more listed buildings, a cruck barn being listed as Grade I, and the other buildings as Grade II. The hall was built for Rowland Egerton-Warburton between 1832 and 1845, to replace an earlier house on the site. Local architect George Latham designed the house in a style known as Jacobethan, copying elements of Elizabethan architecture. A Gothic Revival chapel designed by Anthony Salvin was subsequently built next to the hall. By the mid-20th century parts of the house were in poor condition and were demolished, to be replaced by five private homes in a matching architectural style. The gardens created in the 1830s were developed during the 20th century. The garden's Herbaceous Border was one of the first of its type in Britain, and remains one of the finest. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In

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8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Apr

19

AGM

Further details re the AGM of our U3A will be placed on the website nearer the event date

Methodist Church, Chapmangate, Pocklington
2:00 am to 4:00 am
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May

03

First Aid Awareness

First Aid Awareness: if you are interested in attending this event please email the Secretary as soon as possible to secure a place the course summary is as follows: Don Buxton of the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be providing a session which covers the following: How to recognize a Suspected Heart Attack How, when and why to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) How to perform Hands-Only Chest Compressions (CPR) How, when and why to place an Unconscious Breathing person in the Recovery Position How to recognise and deal with a Choking Situation How to deal with Life-Threatening or Serious Bleeding (Adult – Child – Baby protocols will be shown) The training session will take place at Burnby Hall Community Centre commencing at 1.45pm and concluding at 4.15pm. Those attending MUST stay for the duration of the training session. Interested? Please contact Graham on 01759 303040 or email: secretarypockdu3a@gmail.com

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
1:45 pm to 4:15 pm
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May

03

May Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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May

16

May Open Meeting

Henry Farrar provides a talk titled 'The Golden Age of Film' which describes the history of the use of film in the BBC. Henry was a BBC film cameraman and director of photography based at Ealing Film Studios until he retired in 1989 when digital cameras took over the work and shares his experience when until the late 1980s, film was widely used by the BBC. For most of that period, electronic images could not be recorded, so film was vital for recording live performances and more importantly, creating new programmes.  

Scout Hut - Burnby Lane, Pocklington
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
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May

20

Trip - Ireland (6 Days)

Sunday 20th May onwards. The Mourne Mountains and Giant’s Causeway, plus stay in Dublin. Ferry and coach includes dinner, bed and breakfast, plus excursions. The Mourne Mountains, are a granite mountain range in County Down in the south-east of Northern Ireland. It includes the highest mountains in Northern Ireland. The highest of these is Slieve Donard at 850 m. The Mournes is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has been proposed as the first national park in Northern Ireland. The area is partly owned by the National Trust and sees a large number of visitors every year. The Giant's Causeway is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. It is located in County Antrim on the north coast of Northern Ireland . The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven or eight sides. The tallest are about 12 m. high, and the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28 m. thick in places. There are identical basalt columns (a part of the same ancient lava flow) at Fingal's Cave on the Scottish isle of Staffa. According to legend, the columns are the remains of a causeway built by the giant Finn MacCool. Challenged to a fight by the Scottish giant Benandonner, Finn built the causeway across the sea so that the two giants could meet. Finn's wife, worried about her husband, disguised him as a baby. When Benandonner saw the size of the 'baby', he fled back to Scotland, destroying the causeway behind him so that Finn could not follow. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In

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8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Jun

07

June Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Jun

13

Trip - Black Sheep Brewery, Masham

'Shepherded' brewery tours take approximately one hour and involve a fascinating trip around the brewhouse and fermenting room. You will experience the Black Sheep brewing process including the aromas of English hops and malted barley, then through the scientific process and finally on to the end product - a glass of award-winning ales. The split-level Bistro and Baa...r serves locally sourced culinary delights. The Sheepy Shop is also available for you to find a 'ewe-nique' gift.  Free time in Masham, to explore other breweries!!! Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In

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8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Jul

05

July Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Jul

11

Trip - Denby Pottery

Pottery has been made at Denby for nearly 200 years. The original pottery was established by the Bourne family in 1809 after the discovery of a fine clay in the locality, which well suited their requirements. The Bourne family no longer own the business but in the small museum you can see examples of Denby's rich heritage from early salt glazed bottles and jars to the popular tableware of recent years. A wide range of items are available in the Visitor Centre Factory Shop at discounted prices. Please contact Group Leader for further details and actual times, or call at our table at the monthly Drop-In  

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8:00 am to 8:00 pm
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Aug

02

August Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Sep

06

September Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Oct

04

October Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Nov

01

November Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Dec

06

December Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and 12 noon, at the Community Centre, Burnby Hall (this is the hall located just before the gates to Burnby Hall Gardens). Members of the Committee will also be there to welcome new members and provide guidance as required. Come along for a cup of coffee/tea and catch up with what is happening. What to expect: Various Group Leaders will be in attendance at the Drop-In sessions to advise re their group activity and engage new member, providing information and advice. Specifically the Drop-in sessions are a useful source of learning as they promote the various extra U3A activities of groups such as Travel and Theatre and we share more content of Open Meetings which provide a varied programme throughout the year. Come along and find out more about what the U3A can offer you.

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am
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Events

Jan

04

January Drop-in Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and ...

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am

Jan

06

“The Musical Delights of Vienna”

We are pleased to advise you of two delightful concerts in Harrogate over the first weekend of the N...

Royal Hall - Harrogate
7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Jan

07

“The Great British Song Book Concert”

We are pleased to advise you of two delightful concerts in Harrogate over the first weekend of the N...

The Crown Hotel - Harrogate
2:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Jan

10

Trip - Marks & Spencer Archives

Day trip to Marks & Spencer Archives, University of Leeds, (With Driffield U3A) 9.30am - Pick...

Contact Group Leader for detail
9:30 am to 4:00 pm

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U3A Volunteers required

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