Maths 4 Fun

We had a great meeting to start the new year exploring 4, 6, 8, 12 and 20 sided dice monopoly-board-game-1and the games they are used for. Hope you have all now honed your Monopoly skills and can beat the grandchildren hollow. If anyone still has bored youngsters to look after the best non-electronic game for the second year running seems to be Blokus, lots of coloured pieces on a scrabble type board. Takes around 30 seconds to learn, totally addictive for young and old alike, and full of hidden maths skills!

Next time – Wednesday 1st February – we will look at Maths in Art and discover the rules of perspective and composition that the classical masters knew. We will see how Fibonacci and the Golden Section appear from Michelangelo to Picasso and Mondrian, and how Escher managed to break the rules so successfully.

If you would like to join us please bring a pencil, ruler and rubber with you.

Remember         No Stress       Lots of Laughs

Maths 4 Fun update


We had a great meeting in December when we explored logic puzzles, played some games, and tried to work out how to get Father Christmas home on time.


Answers and best solutions will be available at our next meeting which will be this Wednesday, 4th January, 2.30  –  4.30 when we will look at dice, how to win at Monopoly, and the important numbers of the national lottery.

All welcome   No stress   Plenty of laughs   See you there


Maths 4 Fun

colourful-carsWe had a great meeting this afternoon exploring networks, designing car park layouts and finishing off with a quick look at calendars. Do you know why the tax year starts on 6th April?

Well done to those who laughed as they laboured.

If you would like to join us, our next meeting will be Wednesday 7th December 2.30 to 4.30 at Kensington House when we will look at some of the Christmassy bits of maths. More information from Wanda Leach 284 8454 or

Maths 4 Fun

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Our future meetings will be on the first Wednesday of the month, starting on 2nd November from 2.30 to 4.30.

Venue:  Kensington House, Station Road, Maghull.         Cost £1.50

Tea, coffee and oher drinks available from 3.00. If you would like to join us please contact Wanda Leach  or  284 8454

Last month we looked at:-fibrabbits1

Networks and their uses

The investor’s “Rule of 70”

Fibonacci series applied to trees and rabbits!

No stress!  Plenty of laughs.


Maths 4 Fun

A reminder that our first meeting will be on Wednesday 5th October 14.00  –  16.00 at 2 Daisy Mount, Maghull.

A chance to explore all the fun stuff they never told you at school.

No stress!!!    Plenty of laughs.

If you would like to join us and didn’t put your name on the original list, then please contact me on 284 8454 or email