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U3A Activities

During the past five months West Cheshire Rural U3A has not been able to meet as normal, but we have not been closed. Some interest groups have continued to meet, although in a very different way.

Since the beginning of the restrictions, the Poetry Reading Group and the Ukulele Group have been meeting online using Zoom.

Since restrictions have been relaxed, allowing small groups to meet outside, we have established small walking groups of a maximum 6 people. These have proved very popular and currently we have 3 separate groups walking weekly. Each activity is risk assessed and follows all the government guidance relating to meeting in groups outdoors.

We plan to hold our monthly meeting in September with a talk on "The History of Tea in Britain". This will be online using zoom, so will be available to members only.

If you would like to find out more about the West Cheshire Rural U3A please visit our website CLICK HERE or contact our membership secretary by selecting membership enquires on the contact page on our website CLICK HERE or any member of the committee.

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