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Our force of fourteen members undertook a weekend expedition to foreign parts, seeking suitable natives for missionary purposes. Very tall Netherlanders were encountered, but did not prove too hostile, even as they gazed down upon us. Very small persons were … Continue reading
It started out a mizzly sort of day. Thankfully all of the 26 who were attending arrived well on time and we set off on the 2 hour journey to Halifax. As we arrived it was raining gently but thankfully … Continue reading
A block booking of tickets has been made at LOUTH RIVERHEAD THEATRE, Victoria Rd, LN11 0BX, on THURSDAY 03 MAY to see SWINGERS (previously known as Orgasm). Price £10.00 per person. 7.30pm. Apparently a bit cheeky!! So possibly not for … Continue reading
Details below of two exhibitions this year which may well be of interest to many of you.
On Wednesday 18th July, a visit has been arranged for members of U3A and also of the Market Rasen Armed Forces Veterans Breakfast Club, to go to the new Bomber Command Centre at Canwick Hill, Lincoln. After lunch, a visit … Continue reading
I have blocked off twenty seats for the performance on Wednesday 14 March, 7.30 pm. Tickets cost £8.50 each. This is a Louth Playgoers show. Booking Form will be available from the January Monthly Meeting onwards. Travel by own car/car … Continue reading
To reward the group’s members for another season of hard work, a collective photo of those attending the final class of 2017 was taken recently. After the class ended, they adjourned to partake of a light, healthy and calorie … Continue reading
West Wolds member Terry Francis has one of his digital photographs included on the 2018 BBC Countryfile Calendar. OK, not on the front page, but in the collage of Highly Commended images which are included on the newly published Calendar. … Continue reading
Our most recent visit to the lovely Louth Riverhead Theatre found us for the first time sitting in the Studio, just as comfortable as the main auditorium but very intimate indeed – the players were almost standing on the toes … Continue reading
In 1913 Edgar Henry Thorne, a Wragby carpenter, was asked by local schoolmaster Mr. Mumby to make him a beehive. So began the business of E.H.Thorne (Beehives) Ltd. which to this day thrives at Wragby, albeit now located in much … Continue reading
Following in the footsteps of our now renowned Ukulele group, our Turkish Delight Desert Dancers recently went abroad to Nettleton to perform especially for the monthly meeting of the local WI. Those attending the meeting were met at the door … Continue reading
Two new shows have been booked for October and November this year. See details on the Visits page. Booking Forms will be available from the August Meeting.
Please go to the Visits Programme for this year to see latest updates, and planned visit to Holland in 2018.
Do you love doing crosswords? Would you like to be a crossword compiler for the Quarterly magazine of your West Wolds U3A? They can be fiendish or fun, based on U3A subjects or based on anything world wide – just … Continue reading
This previous Post (see below) has now been updated.