Maghull Baptist Church, Tuesday 11th December 9:45 am.
We hope you can join us for this special event.
Introduced by our own Recorder Group at 9:45, the event includes a performance by the children of St George’s Primary School and is followed by tea, coffee and seasonal treats courtesy of our Foodie Group and Catering Team.
There is no charge but donations are invited for Woodlands Hospice, on the day.
Programmes are available now at the Tuesday Coffee Morning.
The final Nordic walk of 2018 took place tonight with 16 walkers taking their poles around Maghull to view the Christmas lights. With antlers, Santa hats, and various Xmas head gear donned the group made a festive sight, stopping for a photo in front of a particularly lovely garden display. At the end of the walk the poles were stashed and we retired to Brenda’s house for the traditional Christmas drinks and supper. The walks resume on Monday 7th January at 10:15 for the morning walk, or Monday 14th January at 6:30pm for the evening walk. Both walks start from Maghull Leisure Centre.
3rd January Croston Alan Carr 07949 379266
7th February West Kirkby Margaret Schumacher 07960 435235
7th March Peckforton Alan Carr 07949 379266
4th April Beamers trail Witton Country Park Margaret Kendall 07810 730936
2nd May Douglas Valley Peter Willox 07899 103122
6th June Malham Tarn Dave Cadwallader 07790 081778
3rd January Ormskirk Train
7th February Thornton/Little Crosby Bus
7th March Rimrose Valley Train
4th April Hootn/Parkgate Trian
2nd May Hesketh Bank Train/Bus
6th June Billinge Loop Car
Eighteen intrepid walkers braved the rain today and completed a 5.5 mile walk around Burscough, trekking across muddy fields and paths before adjourning to the Hopvine for a lovely Christmas lunch. Thanks to Sue for leading the walk. Can I take the opportunity to thank all those who have recced and led walks throughout the year? Without the support of these people the group would not be able to function, and your help is very much appreciated, not only by me, but by everyone who goes on the walks. As notified the walking group takes another turn next year, when we split into Ramblers and Easy Walkers. Both groups will go out on Thursday 3rd January. Full details will be published here in the New Year.
Twelve of our group had a great time today with the maths of family games, honing our logic and spatial awareness skills ready for Christmas.
We tried Mobi, Blokus, Bedlam, Tantrix, and some old favourites like 3D noughts and crosses, Chinese Chequers and Connect 4. This is maths but not as you know it!
We will have a break in January and will meet again on Wednesday 6th February 2.30-4.30 at Kensington House. Why not come and join us?
More info from Wanda Leach 284 8454 or email@example.com
We will join a coach at approx. 9.15 to leave at 9.30am on Feb 14th 2019
We will have a tour of Brockholes buildings and then move on to Salmesbury Hall.
Cost is £22.00 per member.
It is possible to have lunch at both venues (extra cost applicable)
George Birchall is not at U3A on 04th Dec but names can be given to David Scott
Please call on 07826 048379 or 0151 287 0308 if you want your name added to list
George will be at the Carol Concert on 11/12/2018 and members may pay on that date
Sunday 2nd December and It was our last Sunday lunch of a very successful year. We arrived at the beautifully decorated Briars Hall.set in its’ own grounds in Lathom, After pulling Christmas Crackers and sharing plenty of laughs at the corny mottoes, the Hotel provided us with a very tasty 3 course Christmas Lunch, followed by mince pies and coffee..The food was excellent, piping hot and the staff efficient, professional and friendly. Mix together with good company,and it all blended for a lovely social event. A lot of work goes into the organisation of these events, and thanks to Sylvia for undertaking this task on a monthly basis,culminating in our happy event on Sunday to celebrate the Christmas Season
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE
We met at the Lowry Centre in Salford Quays at the end of the Manchester Ship Canal on a grey day. Setting off along the quay and Ontario Basin, we made our way across Trafford Road and into Ordsall Park. Here we had a good view of Continue reading
Our last meeting saw us examining The Philosophy of Education where we looked at the thinking behind policies that determine how, why and what children are taught in schools
We also looked at the Types of Intelligence using a very clear article by Mark Vital.
An excellent session.