Calendar

Dec
11
Wed
Ruddington Women’s Institute @ St Peter's Rooms
Dec 11 @ 7:15 pm

Ruddington Women’s Institute are a friendly bunch and would love you to go along to meet them in person. They promise you a warm welcome and there will be no pressure to join when you visit. “Try before you buy!” If the WI suits you then you will be encouraged to join.

2019 DATES:

Wednesday 9th January
A talk on Ruddington’s “Mustard Seed Project” for Uganda

Wednesday 13th February
“Behind the Bookshelves” – The story of Bromley House Library – by Melanie Duffill-Jess.

Wednesday 13th March
“150 Years of Primary Education” – by Michael Dix.

Wednesday 10th April
“Annual Meeting” – Choose the team to run your W.I.

Wednesday 8th May
“Resolution Meeting” – Make your voice count!

Wednesday 12th June
“Colours of Bangladesh”

Wednesday 10th July
‘From Bee to You’ – A year in the honey bee hive – by Alec Thompson

Wednesday 14th August
‘Creating Joy From Paper’ by Sarah Manton

Wednesday 11th September
‘Harvest Supper’ – A Taste of Autumn

Wednesday 9th October
‘Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’

Wednesday 13th November
A talk on ‘Save The Children’ by Jane Piggott

Wednesday 11th December
W.I. ‘Christmas Party’ and Faith Supper

Dec
16
Mon
Ruddington & District U3A Meeting @ Methodist Church
Dec 16 @ 2:00 pm

U3A is short for The University of the Third Age – set up for retired and semi-retired people to share learning, fun and friendship by suggesting and arranging locally based interest groups.

The Ruddington & District Branch was formed in 2018.

Meetings on the third Monday afternoon of each month consist of a speaker, interest group updates and refreshments:-

SPEAKERS FOR 2019

January 21st
Rosemary Gibson –  ‘The Grantham Canal’

February 18th
John Whitfield – ‘The Kennedys’

March 18th
Howard Broughton – ‘Preservation of Barn Owls’

April 15th
‘Bess of Hardwick’ by Rosemary Gibson

May 20th
‘The Story of Lavender’ by Graham Hayes

June 17th
‘Lowdham Grange and the Prison Service’ by Geoff Parkinson.

July 15th
Bob Massey talks about ‘Nottingham on Sea’ – a sketch history of the town of Skegness from its earliest beginnings.

19th August
Carol Williams – “Ancestors, Dragons & Chopsticks”

16th September
Speaker TBC – “Green’s Mill”

21st October
Bob Reed – “We need to talk about toilets”

18th November
Lesley Taylor – “Lesley talks Rubbish”

16th December
John Todd – “Problems of the N.H.S.”

Each meeting also gives time for notices, reports, discussion, questions and socialising. Please take your membership card.

For further details or information on how to join please email rudd_u3a@yahoo.com.

 

Jan
8
Wed
Ruddington Women’s Institute @ St Peter's Rooms
Jan 8 @ 7:15 pm

Ruddington Women’s Institute are a friendly bunch and would love you to go along to meet them in person. They promise you a warm welcome and there will be no pressure to join when you visit. “Try before you buy!” If the WI suits you then you will be encouraged to join.

2019 DATES:

Wednesday 9th January
A talk on Ruddington’s “Mustard Seed Project” for Uganda

Wednesday 13th February
“Behind the Bookshelves” – The story of Bromley House Library – by Melanie Duffill-Jess.

Wednesday 13th March
“150 Years of Primary Education” – by Michael Dix.

Wednesday 10th April
“Annual Meeting” – Choose the team to run your W.I.

Wednesday 8th May
“Resolution Meeting” – Make your voice count!

Wednesday 12th June
“Colours of Bangladesh”

Wednesday 10th July
‘From Bee to You’ – A year in the honey bee hive – by Alec Thompson

Wednesday 14th August
‘Creating Joy From Paper’ by Sarah Manton

Wednesday 11th September
‘Harvest Supper’ – A Taste of Autumn

Wednesday 9th October
‘Hearing Dogs for Deaf People’

Wednesday 13th November
A talk on ‘Save The Children’ by Jane Piggott

Wednesday 11th December
W.I. ‘Christmas Party’ and Faith Supper