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Surrey Network Study Days

Surrey Network study days are open to members of all U3As in Surrey and the surrounding area. They are held in the Menuhin Hall, Stoke d’Abernon and normally start at 9.30 a.m. with registration, and finish at 4 p.m. The fee, including coffee / tea and biscuits, is £8, though a visitor who is not a member of a U3A will be charged £10.

Prior booking is essential and forms are available at the Monthly Meetings or from the Surrey Network internet site, www.u3asites.org.uk/surreyu3anetwork

Attendees should bring a packed lunch as there is nowhere very close by to provide food on the day.

Surrey Network Study Days 2018

Fri Feb 16th Making Sense of Militant Islam
Presented by Anne Davison, Lecturer for The Arts Society
Places are available
Fri Mar 16th Vincent Van Gogh & Painting in Nineteenth Century France
Presented by Leslie Pitcher, U3A Member & Lecturer for The Arts Society
Places are available
Fri Apr 20th UK Energy Futures
Presented by Graham Hill, Richard Rumble, Robin Allen, John Gallop & Ian Funnell
Places are available
Fri May 18th Hoaxes, Magic, Cartoons & Satire
Presented by Ian Keable, Member of The Inner Magic Circle & Lecturer for The Arts Society
Places are available
Fri Jun 15th Prehistoric Britain: New Discoveries about our Ancient Past
Presented by Professor Mike Parker Pearson, University College London
Places are available

 

Fri Oct 19th Creative Therapies & Singing for Health & Pleasure
Presented by Bekah Duncalfe, Rebecca Hitch & Ursula Steiger
With the Canterbury U3A Singing for Pleasure Choir
With a short recital by pupils from the Yehudi Menuhin School
Places available
Fri Nov

16th

Landscape, Society & Agriculture
Presented by Dr Richard Baines, Royal Agricultural University
Places available