On 20th June 2019 John will talk through some of the basic components of our legal system ie sources of law, different types of court, basic criminal liability and the rules of evidence as they apply to confessions. John will also go through a high carriage miscarriage of justice case study (as suggested by a member) but will end the session on a “fun note”!
If you would like to attend this session please come to the Group Support desk 18th June at the coffee morning or text Brenda on 07900525222
Shows now booking:
|Everyman Theatre||*Griff Rhys Jones – All Over the Place||Sat 14th Sept||to be arranged|
|Bridgewater Hall||*Classics from the Movies||Sat 28th Sept||to be arranged|
|Empire Theatre||*9-5 The Musical||1st – 5th Oct||to be arranged|
|Empire Theatre||Les Miserables||Thurs 17th October||£56.00 no transport|
|Bridgewater Hall||*Licence to Thrill||Fri 18th October||to be arranged|
|Glyndebourne Opera Co|
|Empire Theatre||Rigoletto||Fri 23rd Nov||£44.00 no transport|
|Bridgewater Hall||*Space Spectacular||Sat 16th Nov||to be arranged|
|Playhouse Theatre||*Miracle on 34th Street||7th Dec – 4th Jan||to be arranged|
|Royal Exchange Theatre||*Gypsy||30th Nov – 25th Jan||to be arranged|
|* New shows|
Prices for these shows will available shortly.
Due to the high cost of transport we will not provide transport to Liverpool Theatres. However we will provide transport to the Everyman Theatre.
History for Fun meeting on 21st June has been cancelled due to Kensington House not being available. Law for Fun takes place on Thursday 20th June at Lydiate Village Hall 2-4pm. There are places available if you would like to attend this group this month. Please come to Group Support desk on Tuesday or text 07900525222 and speak to Brenda.
We run a day trip once a month and the occasional short break. We have a strong core group of members sharing our trips but would be pleased to meet more of our new members as well. There seems to be a myth that you can’t get on Day Trips but, of course, you can – 57 do every month. The trips are well advertised in the Newsletter, here on the website and on our notice board at the table. We currently have trips advertised to: Wed.3rd July – to Ena Mill which is a former Cotton Mill and now a busy outlet – you are sure to find what you are looking for followed by a 3 course lunch at Astley Bank Hotel, Darwen. Dep.9.15am Ret.6pm Price £25 inc.lunch Wed.21st Aug. Visit the Trentham Estate, Stoke on Trent. Day Ticket entitles you to wander as you please. Into the Gardens, Village and a huge Garden Centre. Lots to see/do and plenty of choice to eat. Dep.9.15am Ret.6pm Price £20 inc.Day Ticket Turkey n Tinsel 2.12.19 to 6.12.19 our annual 5 day/4 nights D/B/B this year at the Rob Roy Hotel, Aberfoyle. Entertainment/Excursions included. Price £299 will be less with group discount No Sing.Supp. Free Ins. Future dates for your diary 13th Sept. 16th Oct. 14th Nov. Dec.tba. Full itineraries to be arranged.
- Sunday Strollers walk this Sunday 16/6. They will be catching the 9.49 train from Maghull Station (old station) to Moorfields, and then the ferry to Seacombe. There will be a choice of a 3 or 6 mile walk.
- Garden Trip to Gardeners World this Friday 14/6. Be at Maghull Square for 7.45, coach leaving at 8.00am prompt.
- AFF: Trip to Appleby this Thursday 13/6, 3 places still available. Weather looks like it will be poor so wear suitable clothing. Be at Maghull Square for 7.50 coach leaving prompt at 8am
- AFF: 4th July trip to Dunham Massie and Jodrell Bank places available
- Wine Tasting 25th June places available
- Holiday to Belfast: meeting next week 18/6 at MBC at 11.15. If you are unable to attend ask someone to come and pick your pack up for you.
- Age Concern: Have got a viewing of Rocketman (Story of Elton John) next Tuesday 18/6 at the Plaza in Waterloo (133 bus stops outside) doors open at 12.30. Film starts 1pm. Proceeds from ticket sales are to support the work of Age Concern Crosby
Sunday Strollers will meet at Maghull Station (old station) to catch the 9.49 train on Sunday to Moorfields. They will then walk down to the Pier Head and catch the 11 o’clock ferry to Seacombe. They will then walk to New Brighton which is about 3 miles and have something to eat. There are plenty of different restaurants to choose from. This is the main reason this walk has been picked this month as Sunday is Fathers Day so it may be difficult to accommodate the whole group together.
The Family History Group held a successful open day last Friday. People who attended were helped to progress with their family tree by members of the group. Feedback received was very positive. Pam also gave a very informative talk on her family tree.
I am working on my family tree and I have been so grateful for the help I have received from members of the group, this is what the U3A is all about. The leaders are available at the coffee mornings on a Tuesday, so if you need some direction on how to start a family tree, why not have a word with them.