GENERAL OPEN MEETINGS

Lostwithiel U3A hold regular open meetings every two months. The meetings are held in the Church Rooms, Church Lane, Lostwithiel starting at 2pm. The meetings are divided into three parts::

  1. Guest Speaker
  2. Lostwithiel U3A Business Matters.
  3. Refreshments and a Chat

The meetings give members the chance to chat to other people outside their interest groups, learn about current activities, and find out about any new groups being formed. General Meetings are ideal for new members to discover what is happening in Lostwithiel U3A.



Our next Open Meeting will take place on Monday 1st July 2019 at 2 pm in the Church Rooms Lostwithiel. Our speaker will be Matt Slater. See below for more details. After Matt's talk we will hold our 2019 AGM. The Agenda is published on this page.


Lostwithiel U3A Speaker programme 2019

UPCOMING SPEAKERS

Monday 1st July 2019

Matt Slater of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust will be giving a talk entitled Rockpool secrets. This will also cover the work of the Wildlife Trust marine team. Matt has loads of knowledge, experience and amusing anecdotes and will give us an entertaining illustrated talk on the subject of Crabs and other Crustaceans! Be prepared to laugh and learn.

Monday 2nd September 2019

Garry Tregida is a Cornish academic, director of the Institute of Cornish Studies based at the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus in Cornwall, and editor of the journal Cornish Studies. He was named as a Bard of the Cornish Gorseth for services to Cornish history, taking the name "Map Rosvean" - "Son of Rosevean".

Monday 4th November 2019

James Kittow Butcher & Grazier at Kilhallon is run by James Kittow who lives on the farm along with his wife Jane and their two children. This is a 5th generation Cornish family Butchers. Established in 1880, they have our own farm where they graze our pedigree herd of Red Rubies.

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