january, 2024

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wed17jan2:00 pm- 4:00 pmU3A Lecture Series2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Event Type 2:Joanna Leach Auditorium

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Event Details

Honiton u3a holds a series of monthly talks, which are open to visitors. A donation of £2 is requested. Doors open at 1.30pm and the talk starts at 2pm.

January 17th – Valentine Themed Recorded Music by Adrienne Hesketh.

February 21st – The Historic Front Garden by Dr. Francis Burroughes.

March 20th – Annual General Meeting (for members only).

April 17th – From Bombs to Bournville and other true stories by Helen Baggott. This illustrated talk includes the story of a family who helped build torpedoes and buildings. A man from Cornwall whose invention transformed manufacturing on both sides of the Atlantic.

May 15th – Hospiscare by Toni Hiscocks.

June 19th – Walking into Grandmother’s Kitchen at Christmas, a British Raj lifestyle, by Jenny Mallin.

July 17th – Lavender, the Forgotten Herb by Barry Hamblin

September 18th – Working with the Military, Presenters Under Stress by Alex Leger.

Author, former Army officer and Blue Peter producer and director, Alex describes working with the military leading to gripping stories of courage and determination.

October 16th – A Schoolgirls War by Mary Smith. The recently discovered artwork of a World War Two school art teacher.

November 20th – My Life as a Micro-Artist by Graham Short. Considered to be one of the most talented living micro-artist in the World, his achievements include engraving The Lord’s Prayer on the head of a pin.

Further information: 01404 598008      Website: http://u3asites.org.uk/honiton

Time

(Wednesday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm