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Tattenhall University of the Third Age (U3A)

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The U3A (University of the Third Age) is a group catering to the needs of retired and semi retired people. We offer a range of group activities in addition to our monthly meeting. These groups meet at regular intervals throughout the year. Events are usually held in the Barbour — if we are doing something different i.e. an outing instead of the monthly meeting we will give plenty of notice and details of that visit.

A full list of groups can be found on our website by CLICKING HERE.

We always welcome new members.

Here are details of the forthcoming meetings.
15/10/15 'Naughty but Nice' June Corner' talk about underclothes at the turn of the 19/20th Centuries.

19/11/15 'La Belle Fanny' Jill Burton' talk about the life and loves of Frances Myddelton Biddulph of Chirk.

21/12/15 'The Fannies' Francis Illing' talk about women's role in the ATS in WW2.

All our meetings start at 2pm with refreshments and the talk commences at 2:30pm.

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