“Learn, Laugh, Live” is the new ‘strapline for the U3A organisation (for those no longer in full time employment).

The Ringwood club, is hoping to recruit additional members in the New Year with the promise of varied and interesting talks at their monthly meetings, which are held every 3rd Thursday from 2 to 4pm at Greyfriars Community Centre, as well as a range of some 25 ‘interest group’ activities ranging from Art to Walks.

So if your New Year Resolution is to get out more, stay active, make new friends and have fun do come along and meet us.

Our forthcoming Speakers are:-

Thursday, January 16th 2020, Christopher Legrand: on his wildlife photography trip to Namibia

Thursday, February 20th 2020, Paul Stickler: “The Green Bicycle Murder”. A retired Police Officer, Paul investigates historical murders. He gives us (the jury) the facts and evidence of an intriguing case. The presentation includes information believed not previously revealed in the public domain.

Thursday, March 19th 2020, Katy England: “Bringing The Stone Age To Life”.  Katy who works for Salisbury Museum will be bringing a range of artifacts along to illustrate aspects of her talk.

For more information please see our website www.ringwoodu3a.org.uk or call Pete on 01425 478077.

(Photo attached of November meeting – introduction by Chair, Pete Jackson prior to talk by Professor Anne Anderson on Rene Lalique)