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U3A Monthly Meeting

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Come and join us for the November meeting of the West Cheshire Rural U3A on Thursday 17 November at the Barbour Institute in Tattenhall.

Ian Barclay will give a talk entitled 'Why Did They Invent That?'

These monthly talks, covering a wide variety of topics, and always of interest, are a chance for Members to get together, but also a chance for prospective Members to try out our local U3A and to find out more about activities held. Refreshments will be available from 2pm.

For more information about the U3A, contact Hilary Scarratt on 01829 770516 or visit our website at

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