A NUMBER of talks have been revealed by the Bromsgrove U3A (University of the Third Age) which meets twice a month at Artrix.
The next one will be a talk and discussion led by ‘rocket enthusiast’ and ‘Artrix tech guy’ Chris Lee.
It will take place at Artrix tomorrow (Tuesday) at 1.45pm.
Further events include a Guided Tour of the 1851 Exhibition and talks about the nature of Wyre, Mary, queen of Scots, flood risk management, Tax, care and toyboys, handwriting and being a Worcestershire vet.
The group is aimed at encouraging lifelong learning for the retired or semi-retired.
The emphasis is placed on making learning active and fun as well as helping in developing friendships.
The Bromsgrove U3A offers a wide range of leisure and study activities, providing an opportunity to broaden horizons, get involved in new learning experiences, meeting and making new friends, developing skills and sharing talents.
Currently groups include outdoor bowls, book discussions, pub lunches, rambles, science, geology, ukulele, Scrabble, singing and many more.
Activities are free of charge to members or incur a small charge to cover the cost of the venue.
Bromsgrove U3A meet most first and third Tuesday afternoons at 1.45pm in the Artrix.
For a small fee (currently £2) why not come along to one of our talks and see what else the group has to offer.
Visit u3asites.org.uk/bromsgrove for more information on the group.