Cirencester U3A
{short description of image}
Home
Contact Us
Groups
Meetings Locations
Newsletter
Events Diary
Membership
Policies and other
Town History
Useful Links

Groups...
Art
Astronomy
Bird Watching
Board Games
Bridge
Cinema Music
Computer Users
Country Dancing
Creative Crafts
Cycling
Earth Sciences
Family History
French Conversation
Gardening Group
German
Golf
History
Internet Cafe
Italian
Latin
Literature Group
Mah Jong
Music Group
Nostalgia Film
Petanque
Play Reading 1
Play Reading 2
Poetry Reading
Quilting
Radio
Rail Buffers
Recorder Group
Scandinavian Group
Science and Technology
Singing
Spanish
Supper Group
Table Tennis
Tai-Chi
Theatre Group
Ukulele
Walking Groups
Walking Netball
Writing for Fun
Yoga

Groups Wish List



Newsletter

From the Chairman

The festive season is upon us once again and I know that many Groups are organising their own Christmas events. I have had the pleasure to attend two very different but equally enjoyable ones (Bridge and Walking groups) so I am now getting into the Christmas spirit and looking forward to entertaining my family at home over the Christmas period.

But I am also hearing of many examples where individuals will not be able to enjoy Christmas so much, either because they will be on their own, they may be recently bereaved, or because loved ones are ill, or indeed because they are ill themselves. So, also bear a thought for those people who won’t be so lucky this year.

As part of Cirencester U3A Christmas we have the Cirencester Parish Handbell Ringers to entertain us at the next General Meeting on the 17th December. I look forward to seeing many of you there to join in with the singing. There is a full and very varied programme of speakers already booked for the meetings throughout 2020.

As the year 2019 moves towards its end I realise that I have reached the halfway point of my tenure as Chairman (where did the last 18 months go to?), so as a new year beckons and the second half kicks off, I will have a quick look back but more importantly look ahead to the challenges and actions needed to complete our strategic plan. Along the way I hope there will also be a lot of fun, but in the meantime, we have our last committee meeting of the year on the 11th, and any decisions coming from this meeting will also be reported in the January edition of this newsletter.

I would like to end by thanking all our members, group leaders and other volunteers for making 2019 so successful and enjoyable and wish you all a very Happy Christmas, but I would also like to offer my best wishes to those who will find this season less enjoyable for whatever reason.

Tony Natt

WELCOME! 
We are delighted to welcome a further 9 new members this month

Forthcoming meetings-

December 17th - The Cirencester Parish Hand Bell Ringers

January 21st - “Vikings and how to cure them” - Jane Davey

February 18th -“The Gloucestershire Floods of 2007” - Dr Tim Brain

See the Events Diaryfor a more detailed list of meetings

Meetings held in the Ashcroft Centre, at 2.30 pm on the third Tuesday of the month unless otherwise stated.

 



[Home] [Contact Us] [Groups] [Newsletter] [Events Diary] [Membership] [Town History] [Useful Links]