General Monthly Meetings
These take place on the second Tuesday of each month in Littleton Village Hall. Doors are open from 2:00 and talks which are free of charge begin at 2:30. Talks usually last about an hour and are followed by tea and biscuits. All U3A members are most welcome.
Contact the speakers organiser, Nick Vernon Speaker Secretary for further details.
The speaker is asked to start at 2.30 pm, but we love to see you, the audience, when the doors open at 2.00 pm, so that you have time to chat with your friends, meet new members. The talk usually lasts for around one hour with questions, and we then enjoy a cup of tea and biscuit before leaving at around 4.00 pm.
Not all members have cars or are able to drive, and the bus service does not fit in with our timings. Please help fellow members with their journey to the meetings where you can.
Monthly Meeting Reports
Normally a report is generated after each Monthly Meeting and is available to be read in the quarterly Newsletter. Each Newsletter will include the most recent three reports.
Tuesday 10th October 2023 - being a Pilot for the Port of Southampton history of Pilotage, and personal experiences by Gareth Rees In Person at Littleton Hall starting 2.30pm
Tuesday 14th November 2023 - Bohemian Paris, all about the painters playwrights and composers of that special time in the City of Light by Brian Freeman In Person at United Reform Church, Jewry Street starting 2.30pm
Tuesday 9th January 2024 - The Meanest Millionaire (John-Paul Getty) by Anne Anderson In Person at Littleton Hall starting 2.30pm
Tuesday 13th February 2024 - Medieval English Queens as landowners (and what they did!) by Katia Wright In Person at Littleton Hall starting 2.30pm
Tuesday 12th March 2024 - Our A G M and then — Folk songs in time of war from the Elizabethan period by John Connell In Person at Littleton Hall starting 2.30pm
Tuesday 9th April 2024 - Confessions of a VAT inspector by Colin Scott-Morton. In Person at Littleton Hall starting at 2.30pm
Tuesday 14th May 2024 - Our Local Charity Emmaus How our local charity Emmaus is working and helping with the homeless by Avril Robinson In Person at Littleton Hall starting 2.30pm
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING AND SERVING TEAS
For Meetings held at Littleton
For Meetings held at United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester
The notes can be printed as an aid when doing the teas.
Thank you all for your co-operation.