Welcome to Aylesbury Vale U3A website. Here you will find the latest news about membership, regular meetings and the groups that are run from our U3A. We have a regular monthly meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at Meadowcroft and Quarrendon Community Centre where we can find out what’s going on in the various groups, meet up with friends, as well as hear informative and entertaining talks by a variety of speakers. Continue reading
Thank you to all the members who responded to the request from Nancy’s family for details of her life in Aylesbury. It now seems unlikely that she was ever actually a member of our U3A but a number of members did have memories of her in other capacities and these have been passed onto the family who were very grateful for our help.
Recording of announcements made by Group Leaders at the meeting.
Next month is the special 30th Anniversary. Groups are asked to set up their displays etc between 8.30 and 9.30.
There was an error in the email address given for the Mid-summer Rock n Roll Concert on the website and in the newsletter it should be email@example.com
Details of forthcoming visits appear elsewhere on the website
There was a wonderful response to the appeal for old spectacles for the AGS trip to Malawi in the New Year – Thank you
We have been experiencing some difficulty with sending out emails because of a change in policy by our website host so apologies if you have received multiple copies of previous emails, incorrect links or no emails at all. We are working on it!
(Of course you will only receive emails if the membership secretaries have your correct email address)
Thames Valley Network
Photography day course in Wallingford 17th May.
Very popular so if you are interested apply ASAP
After four and a half years of lively meetings, delicious food and inventive recipes we have decided to call time on our small group. Our numbers have dwindled over the last year and we had been unable to attract new members. It is therefore with some reluctance we made the sad decision to disband.
During our time together we have tasted some fabulous meals, watched some excellent demonstrations, invited interesting speakers and enjoyed meals out. Most importantly we have amassed a catalogue of hundreds of recipes which we all agree have proved useful for entertaining and cooking for our families. We have learned a lot and had a great deal of fun.
I will miss adding new recipes to my repertoire but most of all I will miss meeting up regularly with such a talented group of people
For a final bash we will going to Rumseys in Thame to learn how to make chocolate and enjoy a farewell meal together
Thanks to all members past and present who made this group such a success.
Aylesbury Mayor’s International Fund Raising Evening
Living Crafts Fair for Christmas
at Blenheim Palace
on Thursday 15th November
Sounds of 50’s & 70’s
A new group to recall the life and times of the 1950’s and 1970’s through the music of those decades presented individually or jointly by members.
Members can suggest topics, artists, or genres for discussion, and, if required, there will be someone able to do the research and produce a presentation. The format will follow that of the current Sounds of the Sixties study group.
Leader: Phil Davies; Deputy: Roland Scroggs. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequency: Monthly, on second Tuesday. 14.00 – 16.00
Venue: Aylesbury Tennis Club, 84 Wendover Road, HP21 9NJ.
Dan McGregor is organising a trip to Hever Castle & Penshurst Place on Monday 13th August. The list will go up in April. Full details here