Prospectus

This page provides information on all of our groups with days, times and place of meetings. Some of our groups are meeting on Zoom only and  shown as such in the prospectus.

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GroupTerm FeeVacanciesDay & TimeDatesVenueInformation
Ambling 1No fee1Tuesday
10:30 – 12:30
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Private Venue
The groups welcome members who appreciate the benefits of gentle exercise and fresh air. We amble for an hour or so at a gentle rate carefully avoiding steep hills, stiles and other obstacles. There is always plenty of time to appreciate the countryside and develop new friendships. If you are already familiar with attractive walks in the area and would like to share this knowledge with others, then you would be particularly welcome.
Archaeology£3.000Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Oct 11
Nov 08
Dec 13
Archaeological Centre
We investigate this subject through wide-ranging talks and practical activities using local experts and our own researches, backed by Surrey Heath Archaeological and Heritage Trust and Surrey Heath Museum.
ART APPRECIATION (ZOOM)No fee1Monday
14:30 – 16:00
Oct 11, 25
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
ZoomThis is a group for people interested in the visual arts. Meetings are a mixture of discussions, activities and PowerPoint presentations prepared by members. There are no experts in the group with no formal background in the Arts, or any specialist knowledge. Members just enjoy art and are willing to share thoughts, ideas and learning with others. All members are encouraged to contribute to the programme. We also watch some lectures on DVD.
ASTRONOMY AND SPACE SCIENCE (ZOOM)No fee0Wednesday
10:00 – 11:45
Sep 08
Oct 13
Nov 10
ZoomThis friendly and interactive group discusses the science of stars, galaxies, our own solar system and the physical universe as a whole in addition to space exploration technology and observational astronomy. External speakers and group members give talks on related topics – recent examples include ‘Galaxies and the Milky Way’, ‘Planetary Geology’ and ‘Women in Astronomy’. Visits are arranged to external lectures and places of interest. For more information and contact details please see the group microsite: https://sites.google.com/site/cu3aastronomy/home
Badminton 1£19.000Wednesday
13:00 – 15:30
Sep 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20, 27
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
Heatherside Community Centre
The opportunity for up to 18 members of the U3A to play Badminton with the emphasis on it being an enjoyable social occasion.
Badminton 2£19.000Thursday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
Heatherside Community Centre
The opportunity for up to 18 members of the U3A to play Badminton with the emphasis on it being an enjoyable social occasion.
Ballet DVD£3.000Monday
14:00 – 16:30
Oct 04
Nov 01
Dec 06
St Paul’s Church
We meet once a month and enjoy watching a variety of ballets on DVD. Some will be familiar but some less so and the objective is to experience as much of the wide range of ballets in the repertoire as possible. There is always an introductory synopsis of the chosen ballet and we will also learn a little about the production, a particular dancer or the choreographer. In addition there is a small DVD Library where items can be borrowed for free. We will also try and keep up to date with information about ballets that may be seen either live or in the cinema.
Belly Dancing£13.000Tuesday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 14, 21, 28
Oct 05, 12, 19
Nov 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Dec 07, 14
St Tarcisius Church Hall
A fun class, learn a new skill. Exercise your body and free your inner Goddess. You don’t have to show your belly!
Blues Band£19.000Wednesday
09:30 – 12:30
Sep 01, 15
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
Caird Hall
We are called the Blues Band but the choice of music is more eclectic, based more on what we can play! Our lineup is 2 x singers, 3 x guitarists, bass, drums and keyboard.
Book Club £4.000Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 13
Oct 11
Nov 08
Dec 13
St Paul’s Church
We decide as a group which book we would like to read – a recommendation, an award winner, a favourite author – and discuss it in a friendly way the following month. We are largely reading contemporary fiction, but not exclusively so.
BookendsNo fee0Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01
Dec 06
Private Venue
We read contemporary books, agreed by mutual discussion, and chat about them informally. It’s amazing how a different perspective can enhance understanding and appreciation of our choices! We are lucky enough to be given excellent services from Camberley Library which provides all the copies.
Books – ClassicsNo fee0Friday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 24
Oct 29
Nov 26
Private Venue
We read and discuss classic books. During the last year we have read and discussed eight books, ranging from Dickens (“A Christmas Carol”) to modern classics like “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury. “The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists” was hard going and many of our members did not enjoy Le Carre’s “Tinker, Taylor, Soldier, Spy”. Easier reads were du Maurier’s Rebecca”, Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” and Graham Greene’s “The Heart of the Matter” and last summer we read the very long “The Way we Live Now” by Anthony Trollop.
Books – Moira\’s ReadersNo fee0Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01
Dec 06
Private Venue
We read all genres and have lively discussions about the books, meeting monthly at a private venue.
Bowling – Indoor Friday£17.000Friday
14:15 – 16:15
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10, 17
Camberley District Indoor Bowls Club
We are continuing this year to use 2 rinks at the Camberley Indoor Bowls Club (CIBC), on the dates shown below for the present term. However U3A Indoor Bowling only takes place during the Autumn and Spring terms as we are restricted to the indoor bowling season of the CIBC itself. There is a restriction in the number of people that can play. If you are interested and would like to begin to bowl please contact the Leader for any future vacancies.
Bowling – Indoor Monday£16.000Monday
14:15 – 16:15
Oct 04, 11, 18, 25
Nov 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Dec 06, 13
Camberley District Indoor Bowls Club
We are continuing this year to use 2 rinks at the Camberley Indoor Bowls Club (CIBC), on the dates shown below for the present term. However U3A Indoor Bowling only takes place during the Autumn and Spring terms as we are restricted to the indoor bowling season of the CIBC itself. There is a restriction in the number of people that can play. If you are interested and would like to begin to bowl please contact the Leader for any future vacancies.
Bowling – Indoor Thursday£17.000Thursday
12:00 – 14:00
Sep 30
Oct 07, 14, 21, 28
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
Camberley District Indoor Bowls Club
We are continuing this year to use 2 rinks at the Camberley Indoor Bowls Club (CIBC), on the dates shown below for the present term. However U3A Indoor Bowling only takes place during the Autumn and Spring terms as we are restricted to the indoor bowling season of the CIBC itself. There is a restriction in the number of people that can play. If you are interested and would like to begin to bowl please contact the Leader for any future vacancies.
Bowling Indoors – Tuesday£14.000Tuesday
12:00 – 14:00
Oct 05, 12, 19
Nov 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Dec 07, 14
Camberley District Indoor Bowls Club
We are continuing this year to use 2 rinks at the Camberley Indoor Bowls Club (CIBC), on the dates shown below for the present term. However U3A Indoor Bowling only takes place during the Autumn and Spring terms as we are restricted to the indoor bowling season of the CIBC itself. There is a restriction in the number of people that can play. If you are interested and would like to begin to bowl please contact the Leader for any future vacancies.
Bridge – Beginners£12.009Friday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 24
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10
High Cross Church
A 1-year, course for people who would like to learn to play Bridge and who have little or no previous experience of the game.
Bridge – Duplicate Club£8.000Thursday
13:30 – 16:30
Sep 02, 16
Oct 07, 21
Nov 04, 18
Dec 02, 16
High Cross Church
This is a friendly “drop-in” club intended for experienced players who can come as either singles or partnerships. Up to nine tables can play in each session, which is run by a director. Results are scored and made available promptly after each match (currently via email). New members are welcome.
Bridge – Improvers Duplicate£12.003Friday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 24
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10
High Cross Church
A friendly group where you can play Duplicate Bridge in a non-competitive manner. There is a short teaching session most weeks where better play in attack and defence is discussed; also reminders of the basic conventions.
Bridge Players – Monday£13.004Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 06, 13, 20, 27
Oct 04, 11, 18
Nov 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Dec 06
High Cross Church
This is a mixed ability group playing Chicago Bridge. Most members are experienced players but we have (and we want to encourage) less experienced players who are now competent improvers.rnThe group is suitable for those who simply want to play Bridge socially and to gain experience and confidence by playing regularly. By popular request, every other week we play Gentle Duplicate but the scores are not recorded and this is not a highly competitive group.rnMost of our members play with a regular partner and use the Acol bidding conventions published by the English Bridge Union. Knowledge of basic modern Acol is therefore quite important.rnNo tuition is given and those joining should have completed a formal beginner’s class with U3A or elsewhere. You must also have knowledge and competency in both the etiquette and technical aspects of the modern game. But we are a friendly group and if help is needed there are experienced players here willing to offer advice.rnSociability and flexibility are also important as, from time to time, to accommodate odd numbers of players (not divisible by four) you may be asked to play three-handed bridge or to temporarily partner with any other member of the group.
Bridge Players – Thursday 1£15.000Thursday
09:30 – 12:00
Sep 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
High Cross Church
We are a sociable group of players with some experience. Regular play is informal Chicago interspersed with Duplicate sessions. There are some structured discussions/revisions of topics chosen by members. Although we sail along, Time’s winged chariot has now left some welcoming berths for new faces!
Bridge Players – Thursday 2£12.000Thursday
09:30 – 12:00
Sep 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21, 28
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09
Camberley Cricket Club
A weekly group held on a Thursday morning for players with some experience of playing the game although, limited tuition will be available as well as structured discussions on subjects chosen by members. We mainly play Duplicate Bridge with occasional Chicago sessions.
Chess£6.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
St Paul’s Church
We play chess matches within the group and enjoy this fascinating game of reason and logic. There is a good mix of playing standards with room for a few more members.
Coffee Morning – All MembersNo feeAll
Members
Welcome
Tuesday
09:45 – 11:45
Oct 05
Nov 02
Dec 07
St Paul’s Church
A purely social coffee morning – a chance to meet old friends and make new ones. We usually include a display from one of the groups which is always amazing.
Comedy and Humour£10.001Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 22
Oct 13, 27
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
High Cross Church
Discussions, smiles and laughter around the subject of comedy and humour. This is the “Laugh” in U3A’s motto of “Live, Laugh and Learn”!
Craft – Mixed£7.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
High Cross Church
This is a very friendly group. Bring along whatever you are working on, or learn something new. We share ideas and help each other with different projects. It’s relaxing and fun.
Creative Card Making 1No fee0Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11, 25
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
Private Venue
Have fun exploring your creativity and learn to make individual cards, starting with a piece of card and transforming it into a beautiful creation. A range of techniques will be taught including decoupage, die cutting, embossing (including heat embossing), inking techniques, paper piercing, stamping, making flowers etc. A variety of different card shapes will also be explored, eg tent fold, gate fold, rocker, easel, twisted easel etc. Equipment will be provided.
Creative Card Making 2No fee0Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11, 25
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
Private Venue
Have fun exploring your creativity and learn to make individual cards, starting with a piece of card and transforming it into a beautiful creation. A range of techniques will be taught including decoupage, die cutting, embossing (including heat embossing), inking techniques, paper piercing, stamping, making flowers etc. A variety of different card shapes will also be explored, eg tent fold, gate fold, rocker, easel, twisted easel etc. Equipment will be provided.rnNB These are parallel mixed ability groups.
Creative Writing£8.000Wednesday
14:30 – 16:30
Sep 01, 15
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
High Cross Church
We aim to explore the art of writing. The members enjoy sharing individual work in a supportive and informal setting.
Dancing – Beginners & Tea Dance£7.001Tuesday
13:30 – 16:30
Aug 31
Sep 14
Oct 05, 26
Nov 09, 30
Dec 14
St Mary’s Church
This group is aimed at all dance abilities with instruction for beginners or improvers followed by a social, friendly and fun Tea Dance which includes all Ballroom, Latin and popular Sequence dances.
DiscussionNo fee0Thursday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 09, 23
Oct 14
Nov 11, 25
Dec 09
Private Venue
We are a lively group who enjoy discussing wide-ranging topics generated by our members, and agreed upon at the beginning of each term. We take turns to meet in our own homes every two weeks, and, as we are fairly spread out, members need to be able to drive as well as to occasionally host a meeting. The group has been established over twenty years, and we have welcomed many members in that time. We are respectful of each others views, and despite some spirited discussions, have never yet had a serious disagreement!
Drama Workshop£7.000Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 07
Guide Headquarters
We welcome people who have never acted before (or even set foot in a theatre), or those who are experienced in acting or directing at all levels. The only requirements is participation. This is a workshop in which, in small groups or perhaps together, we explore and rehearse both scripted plays and improvised situations. All for fun; no learning lines, no public performances, no worries!
Drawing Tuition Tuesday£8.000Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
High Cross Church
This tutored drawing class is for both beginners and improvers. It covers all the skills of drawing techniques – line, tone and composition. During the year we cover a wide variety of subjects to build students’ confidence in all areas. Emphasis is placed on using all the different drawing media, pencil, chalk, ink, and pastels as well as different surfaces, and facilities are in place for students to sample all of these and more. A friendly and welcoming group to start your artistic journey.
Drawing Workshop£10.000Tuesday
13:30 – 15:30
Sep 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07
High Cross Church
Drawing Workshop is an UNTUTORED group more suitable for members with a little experience of drawing than for absolute beginners, though beginners are welcome to attend to get some more practice in. Subjects and drawing media are suggested in advance by the leader, together with links to relevant online tutorials. Participants can work on their own drawing projects if they prefer. We sometimes show DVDs on drawing techniques, such as “Portrait Drawing” or “Pastels Workshop”. Various different drawing media such as graphite sticks, watercolour pencils, etc., are available to members to try out, and we have a small number of DVDs to borrow (e.g. “Yes You Can Draw”, “Drawing Problems and Solutions”).
EmbroideryNo fee0Wednesday
10:15 – 12:15
Sep 01
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
Private Venue
A friendly group where you can bring your own projects to work on and share ideas with others over a cup of tea. Come and re-discover the joys of creating beautiful items with simple stitching. Note that this is an untutored group, but we will all help each other.
ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY (ZOOM)No fee0Tuesday
10:00 – 11:45
Sep 21
Oct 19
Nov 16
ZoomThis group discusses and analyses subjects such as energy generation and storage, travel and transportation, climate change, pollution, use of plastics, and related topics. The detailed topics and priorities are up to the group to decide, probably including consideration of the actions individuals and communities can take.
Family History Workshop£3.000Friday
13:00 – 15:00
Oct 08
Nov 12
Dec 10
St Anne’s Church Centre
This is an informal workshop for anyone researching their family history, with the members setting the agenda according to their interests. New members are always welcome.
Film and Media£6.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:30
Sep 29
Oct 13, 27
Nov 17, 24
Dec 08
Camberley Theatre
Love film? Film and Media showing at The Camberley Theatre on Wednesday afternoons offers you a unique opportunity to see new films from around the world, or even films you may have seen long ago and nearly forgotten. Joining also gives you access to the group’s extensive film library. See the newsletter for our programme.
Flower Arranging 2£11.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 23
Oct 14, 28
Nov 11, 25
Dec 09
High Cross Church
This is a small group of ladies who find pleasure in learning how to use flowers to produce beautiful arrangements. Working in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere each class consists of a practical session followed by a demonstration for next time. In the words of one lady, “Of all the groups I go to this is definitely the one I enjoy the best”.
Flower Arranging 3£11.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Oct 07, 21
Nov 04, 18
Dec 02, 16
Camberley Cricket Club
We are a friendly group who all get great pleasure in “doing things with flowers”. Both traditional and modern arrangements are demonstrated each week to be undertaken by the group on the following session. Suitable for beginners and more experienced flower arrangers alike.
French – Improvers No fee0Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 02, 16
Oct 07, 21
Nov 04, 18
Dec 02, 16
Private Venue
This is an informal gathering of members with an intermediate knowledge of the language. Members less fluent are also welcome
French – Improvers TooNo fee0Friday
09:30 – 11:30
Sep 10, 24
Oct 08, 22
Nov 12, 26
Dec 10
Private Venue
We are primarily a “self-help” group for those with an intermediate knowledge of the language who wish to improve their skills in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
French Conversation 1No fee2Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 06, 20
Oct 04, 18
Nov 01
Dec 06
Private Venue
We are a small friendly group meeting fortnightly at a private venue for informal discussion in French on a range of topics including current affairs, life in France and holidays.
French Conversation 2No fee0Tuesday
10:30 – 12:00
Sep 14
Oct 12
Nov 09
Dec 14
Private Venue
Up to 10 of us meet monthly on a Tuesday morning for coffee and to chat in French for 60-90 minutes. We help each other with forgotten or new vocabulary, try to put the world to rights generally or have a prepared topic to include in discussion. We also laugh a lot! Those who attend are of mixed linguistic experience, from school O-level onwards; some travel to France and like to improve their communication skills.
French Conversation 3No fee2Monday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
Private Venue
A small group meeting fortnightly to chat in French about current affairs, French culture, holidays and life in general. Most of the group have some post O-level study or experience of the language and are aiming to improve confidence and fluency.
Gardening – New Shoots£4.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 08
Oct 13
Nov 10
Dec 08
St Peter’s Church
We are a friendly gardening club offering talks on all aspects of horticulture. There are opportunities to share information, plant sales, quizzes and outings to gardens. New members are always welcome.
German ConversationNo fee0Wednesday
14:00 – 15:30
Sep 08
Oct 06
Nov 10
Dec 08
Private Venue
We are a small group who meet once a month. Several of us have spent time in Germany and are keen to retain our fluency. We talk about different issues, sometimes a pre-arranged subject, at other times about what happened to one of us or about holiday plans and experiences.
Guitar Jamming£6.000Monday
13:00 – 15:00
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
Guide Headquarters
This group is for anyone who plays guitar and would like to meet and make music with other like minded guitarists. We are not experts and are all at different levels of ability, but we help each other to harmonize and play as a group, to learn new techniques and tunes to advance our knowledge and ability.
Handbell Ringing 1£16.000Thursday
09:30 – 11:00
Sep 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
Mytchett Baptist Church
The aim of the group is to teach you how to ring handbells in a relaxed atmosphere whilst enjoying your self. You do not have to be able to read music, (although it always helps), you just need to be able to count to 4 and we will teach you the rest.
Handbell Ringing 2£16.000Thursday
11:30 – 13:00
Sep 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
Mytchett Baptist Church
The aim of the group is to teach you how to ring handbells in a relaxed atmosphere whilst enjoying your self. You do not have to be able to read music, (although it always helps), you just need to be able to count to 4 and we will teach you the rest.
History – The Age of Reform£3.001Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Oct 06
Nov 03
Dec 01
St Paul’s Church
This group considers how the Whig government of the 1830s succeeded in instituting reforms which radically changed the landscape of society for the remainder of the century and beyond. Topics will include reforms to Parliament, working practices, medicine, poor laws, the Church, the law, local government and the rise of Chartism.
History 1£3.005Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Oct 11
Nov 08
Dec 13
St Michael’s Church Hall
During the Autumn Term the Group will be returning to French History – covering Louis XIV, the French Revolution, Bonaparte and the turbulent times of 19th century France.rnIn the Spring Term attention will turn to Britain and the Victorians looking at the Crimean War, Victoria Social Reformers and Victorian politics at the time of Gladstone and Disraeli.
History 2£3.000Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Oct 11
Nov 08
Dec 13
St Michael’s Church Hall
During the Autumn Term the Group will be returning to French History – covering Louis XIV, the French Revolution, Bonaparte and the turbulent times of 19th century France.rnIn the Spring Term attention will turn to Britain and the Victorians looking at the Crimean War, Victoria Social Reformers and Victorian politics at the time of Gladstone and Disraeli.
Jazz Appreciation£4.000Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 15
Oct 20
Nov 17
Dec 15
High Cross Church
We play a varied selection of jazz and blues to try and satisfy most people’s taste. For the 1st half we usually have a theme, eg “Duke Ellington”, “1959 – an important year in jazz”. The 2nd half is a mix of anything from New Orleans to Miles Davies, hopefully some well known classic music and some lesser known. Anybody interested is welcome to come along.
Keep Fit 1£9.000Thursday
09:30 – 10:30
Sep 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
St Peter’s Church
The classes are based upon an exercise to music format, mobilisation of joints, toning and stretching aerobic exercises and relaxation. Exercises are progressive and adaptable to encourage everyone to work within their own safe limits and enjoy exercising.
Keep Fit 2£11.000Thursday
10:45 – 11:45
Sep 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09
St Peter’s Church
Keep fit and stay fit. Enjoy movement to music. Aids posture awareness. A wide range of music is used to encourage and enhance mobility for pleasure and lifestyles.
KEEP FIT GENTLY (ZOOM)No fee1Tuesday
10:15 – 11:30
Sep 07, 14, 21, 28
Oct 05, 12, 19
Nov 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Dec 07, 14
ZoomFinding it hard to open a bleach bottle? Feeling less confident getting around? Come and have fun while improving your flexibility, balance and strength. Some exercising is done sitting down, some standing at a ballet barre. Quote from a member: ?I feel stronger and more confident?.
Knit and Natter£7.000Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13, 27
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
St Peter’s Church
This group is a very happy crowd and can no longer claim to be beginners! The results from some of our class have been amazing, and are a real inspiration to us all. Clicking needles and chatting tongues. The latest “must do” is knitting with Opium – not the drug, but a cotton/acrylic yarn, which makes a shawl with just one ball!
Line Dancing – Beginners£13.0012Wednesday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 08, 15, 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
St Mary’s Church
A 5 week line-dancing course open to beginners and to those looking for a gentle restart.
Line Dancing – Improvers 1£14.000Monday
14:00 – 15:30
Sep 06, 13, 20, 27
Oct 04, 11, 18
Nov 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Dec 06, 13
St Mary’s Church
We are in now in our 13th year and still having lots of fun. We have a repertoire of around 25 dances and add a new one each term.
Line Dancing – Improvers 2£15.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 02, 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
High Cross Church
Still going strong after almost 10 years with a variety of music ranging from country to pop/latin. This group is only for those who have done line dancing before.
LIP READING (ZOOM)No fee1Friday
10:00 – 10:45
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10, 17
ZoomFor those with mild or moderate hearing loss to learn and practise the skill of lip reading. The course comprises a series of short weekly meetings covering the principles of Lip-Reading. Each meeting will cover one chapter of a recommended textbook and there will be the opportunity for additional off-line activity using the same book.
Mahjong£12.003Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 15, 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
High Cross Church
Learn how to cope with walls, winds, flowers and dragons in this classical Chinese game. Suitable for beginners learning by experience.
MetalworkNo fee0Wednesday
09:00 – 16:00
Sep 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20, 27
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Private Venue
The metalwork group aims to enable members to learn and practice metalwork techniques and carry out practical metalwork activities. Our objective is to encourage, and appeal to, all levels of skill, physical ability and experience within the Camberley U3A and to cover as broad a range of metalwork projects, activities and techniques as practically possible. We leverage the skills, background and experience of the group members and wherever possible are self-taught and trained. We have a shared workspace in which we can learn, work and socialise and we encourage group members to pursue projects at their own pace and using their own facilities where appropriate.
Monthly MeetingsNo feeAll
Members
Welcome
Tuesday
13:45 – 16:00
Sep 21
Oct 19
Nov 16
Dec 21
High Cross Church
See details in newsletter and website.
MOTO – Members on their Own£3.002Friday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 10
Oct 08
Nov 12
Dec 10
High Cross Church
MOTO was formed to enable Members On Their Own to meet/socialise and get together for outings to the cinema & theatre; walks and visits to National Trust properties, gardens and other places of interest; lunches and dinners. Our numbers have grown from 12 to 100+ over the years and many members have forged new friendships and social groups. The monthly coffee mornings held at High Cross Church are friendly, informal and very popular. New members are always welcome! Our varied programme caters for different interests and abilities so that our events are rarely oversubscribed.
MOTO COFFEE MORNINGS (ZOOM)No fee1Friday
10:00 – 11:00
Sep 17
Oct 15
Nov 19
Dec 17
ZoomMOTO was formed to enable Members On Their Own to meet/socialise and get together for outings to the cinema & theatre; walks and visits to National Trust properties, gardens and other places of interest; lunches and dinners. Our numbers have grown from 12 to 100+ over the years and many members have forged new friendships and social groups. The monthly coffee mornings held at High Cross Church are friendly, informal and very popular. New members are always welcome! Our varied programme caters for different interests and abilities so that our events are rarely oversubscribed.
Music Appreciation – Classical£4.000Thursday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 09
Oct 14
Nov 11
Dec 09
High Cross Church
We play a selection of classical music to the group along with some details of the various composers and anything else that seems relevant.
Music Appreciation – Popular£11.001Friday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 03
Oct 01
Nov 05
Dec 03
High Cross Church
The group meets to share and discuss popular music tastes, knowledge and experiences, and to debate musical topics of interest. Members bring along specific pieces of music to play at meetings, but there is plenty of opportunity for spontaneity should the need arise. The group covers any genre of popular music, typically from the 50’s to present day.
MUSIC APPRECIATION – POPULAR (ZOOM)No fee1Friday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 17
Oct 15
Nov 19
Dec 17
ZoomThe group meets to share and discuss popular music tastes, knowledge and experiences, and to debate musical topics of interest. Members bring along specific pieces of music to play at meetings, but there is plenty of opportunity for spontaneity should the need arise. The group covers any genre of popular music, typically from the 50’s to present day.
Painting 1£13.004Tuesday
13:30 – 15:30
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
High Cross Church
This runs as an own choice workshop using a variety of materials, both painting and drawing, and joins with Group 2 when there is an occasional demonstration by a visiting artist.
Painting 2£11.000Tuesday
13:30 – 15:30
Sep 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07
High Cross Church
We concentrate on water colour techniques, and work to three common themes per term, as a group exercise. We join with Group 1 when painting demonstrations are arranged with visiting artists.
Painting Workshop£11.000Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
High Cross Church
Come along and enjoy an afternoon of painting and drawing. We run this very friendly group as a workshop without formal tuition, although we generally have sketching, pen and ink, acrylic, watercolour and digital artists on hand and we’re always happy to offer help and advice if you would like it. Please note that the use of oil paints is not allowed by our centre.
Patchwork 1No fee0Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
Private Venue
We are carrying on exploring techniques of patchwork and quilting, having noisy fun exchanging ideas, comments and experiences. As well as an amazing variety of members’ own projects we have made several quilts for the beds at the Phyllis Tuckwell hospice and for Project Linus. Watch the e-newsletter for photos of our happy group and colourful products.
Patchwork 3No fee0Monday
13:30 – 15:30
Sep 13, 27
Oct 11
Nov 08, 22
Dec 13
Private Venue
We are carrying on exploring techniques of patchwork and quilting, having noisy fun exchanging ideas, comments and experiences. As well as an amazing variety of members’ own projects we have made several quilts for the beds at the Phyllis Tuckwell hospice and for Project Linus. Watch the e-newsletter for photos of our happy group and colourful products.
Patchwork 5No fee0Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01
Dec 06
Private Venue
We are carrying on exploring techniques of patchwork and quilting, having noisy fun exchanging ideas, comments and experiences. As well as an amazing variety of members’ own projects we have made several quilts for the beds at the Phyllis Tuckwell hospice and for Project Linus. Watch the e-newsletter for photos of our happy group and colourful products.
PhilosophyNo fee1Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08, 15
Private Venue
We shall be aiming to have fun, discussing such topics as: The Role of Philosophy in the Twenty First Century, the missing link, who needs philosophy, how and why I became interested in the subject and wanted to help people to understand it. There is no homework.rnMy aim is to brighten up one winter’s afternoon a week and you will get a chance to air your opinion.
Photography 1£8.000Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07
St Mary’s Church
We are a happy, vibrant group of photographers who get together to learn and discuss all things photographic. Our depth of knowledge is taken from the group membership and all are encouraged to participate. Technical aspects of photography are always covered and individual members try to help those with particular problems. We try to organise the occasional field trip and associate it with work done at meetings. This group is mostly for members with DSLR type cameras, although learning how to use your camera is more important than what type you have – you can get fantastic shots with just a compact. An annual exhibition of work is becoming a permanent feature of the group and all are encouraged to make submissions for this.
Photography 2£7.000Thursday
14:15 – 16:15
Sep 09, 23
Oct 14
Nov 11, 25
Dec 09
St Mary’s Church
We are a happy, vibrant group of photographers who get together to learn and discuss all things photographic. We cover a wide range of experience, from beginners to more experienced photographers. Technical and artistic aspects of photography are covered and individual members try to help those with particular problems. We try to organise the occasional field trip and associate it with work done at meetings. This group is mostly for members with DSLR type cameras, although learning how to use your camera is more important than what type you have – you can get fantastic shots with just a compact.
Pickleball£20.000Friday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 03, 10, 17, 24
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10, 17
Lightwater Leisure Centre
Funny Name – Great Game! Pickleball is a hybrid sport combining elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis. It is played on a badminton court mainly as doubles. Great athletic ability is not important. Anyone who has played some form of racquet sport – even if only years ago at school – can pick this game up and be playing on their first visit. This sport is particularly suited to those for whom traditional raquet sports are proving a little too strenuous. The emphasis is on fun while helping to keep you fit as well
Poetry£6.000Wednesday
14:00 – 15:30
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
High Cross Church
We aim to share the poetry we enjoy and to have fun doing it.
Pottery – Hand Building & Decoration£7.000Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
St Paul’s Church
The aim of this group is to develop your pottery skills – learning to stick clay together to make small pots and wall hangings and includes their decoration. No previous experience is necessary.
QUIZ (ZOOM)No feeN/AFriday
14:00 – 17:00
Sep 24
Oct 22
Nov 19
Dec 17
ZoomIndividuals, couples or teams are all welcome. If you do not come as a team you will have the chance to meet others and have a fun afternoon.
Recorder Ensemble£8.000Tuesday
10:30 – 12:00
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16, 30
Dec 07
Mytchett Baptist Church
We are a group of people who have discovered the joy of playing the recorder together. We vary between 8 – 12 participants and we play all sorts of music from classical to modern popular arrangements. We combine various members of the recorder family, sopranino, descant (learned by most at school!), treble, tenor, bass and great bass according to the arrangements we play. I could squeeze in a few more players and newcomers are welcome. Occasionally we take part in a “gig” and also in End Holmes termly Recorder Playing Day when about 60 U3A players gather.
Science and Technology£3.0021Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01
High Cross Church
The Science & Technology Group meets once a month to listen to – and question – a speaker talking about an S&T topic. Sometimes our speakers are experts from companies and research organisations. At other times the speakers are group members talking about their own experience and interests. Information about future and recent talks is available in the Science and Technology page in the members section of the website.
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (ZOOM)No fee98Monday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01
Dec 06
ZoomSubject to the agreement of each speaker, the monthly science & technology talk can also be listened to via zoom. In addition, some meetings of the science & technology group will be held by zoom only, for example, where our speaker does not live or work near Camberley.
Scottish Country Dancing – Beginners£8.001Tuesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 07, 14
Caird Hall
Come along for exercise, fun and friendship. No experience necessary, we’ll get you off on the right foot. We will start with very easy steps and dances, and gradually introduce formations which are arranged in a different sequence for each dance. An advantage of the social character of Scottish Country Dancing is that it enables the opportunity to dance with others in the group where friendships can commence. Learn new skills and techniques and exercise the brain and muscles. Dance to reels, jigs and strathspeys, whilst listening to great Scottish music and having fun.
Scottish Country Dancing – Improvers£8.000Tuesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07, 14
Caird Hall
Learn and enjoy Scottish country dancing, steps and figures – Reels, Jigs, Strathspeys etc.
Scrabble£6.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 23
Oct 07, 21
Nov 04, 18
Dec 02
Guide Headquarters
If you love words and have some experience of the Great Game, join the Scrabble group. We are not too strict and we promise that you will enjoy the morning and learn some new words in the company of like minded players. Occasionally we play against other U3A Scrabble groups.
Shakespeare£5.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 22
Oct 13
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
St Mary’s Church
The Group reads and discusses various plays and scenes from those plays, based on the interests of Members. There is an emphasis on performance on DVD, both past and more recent productions and how these have changed.
Singalong£7.000Friday
14:00 – 15:45
Sep 24
Oct 08, 22
Nov 12, 26
Dec 10
High Cross Church
If you enjoy singing, you will be made very welcome at our lively and social group. Having a good time together is the “key” hitting the correct notes a bonus.
SPANISH – STAGE 1 (ZOOM)No fee1Wednesday
14:00 – 15:30
Sep 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
ZoomStarting from basics, the aim is to gain understanding and be able to communicate in the short term.
SPANISH – STAGE 2 (ZOOM)No fee1Wednesday
16:00 – 17:30
Sep 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
ZoomThis group has been learning for 2 years. Any new member should have a modest knowledge of the language.
SPANISH – STAGE 3 (ZOOM)No fee1Wednesday
11:00 – 12:30
Sep 22, 29
Oct 06, 13, 20
Nov 03, 10, 17, 24
Dec 01, 08
ZoomThis group has been learning for 4 years and members can converse in Spanish. Any new member should have a reasonable fluency in Spanish.
Speaking for Fun£12.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 15
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
High Cross Church
This small but lively and enthusiastic group offers the opportunity for members to speak on a wide range of topics, as well as take part in debates and informal discussions. We get the chance to research and construct a talk and deliver it in a safe and supportive environment. You do not need to be an expert speaker to join but you may well find that you become one!
Strolling CNo fee0Tuesday
10:30 – 12:30
Sep 14
Oct 12
Nov 09
Private Venue
We do a circular walk of about 3 miles over varying terrain, over stiles, up hills etc. We walk at a pace that suits the group and yes, we do have time to smell the flowers. For those who choose to come there is a pub lunch afterwards.
Sunday Pub Lunch 1No fee0Sunday
12:00 – 14:00
Private Venue
This group tries out the local hostelries each month, some excellent, some good and some decidedly dodgy!
Sunday Pub Lunch 2No fee0Sunday
12:00 – 14:00
Private Venue
This group tries out the local hostelries each month, some excellent, some good and some decidedly dodgy!
Table Tennis 1£8.000Wednesday
15:00 – 17:00
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13, 27
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08, 22
Deepcut Village Hall
There are seven meetings per term, there are four tables and we play a mixture of singles and doubles for both ladies and gentlemen. Mixed abilities from absolute beginners are welcome, with the emphasis on fun. It also helps to keep you fit.
Table Tennis 2£8.000Wednesday
15:00 – 17:00
Sep 15, 29
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
Deepcut Village Hall
There are seven meetings per term, there are four tables and we play a mixture of singles and doubles for both ladies and gentlemen. Mixed abilities from absolute beginners are welcome, with the emphasis on fun. It also helps to keep you fit.
Table Tennis 3£8.002Monday
15:00 – 17:00
Sep 06, 20
Oct 04, 18
Nov 01, 15
Dec 06, 20
Deepcut Village Hall
There are seven meetings per term, there are four tables and we play a mixture of singles and doubles for both ladies and gentlemen. Mixed abilities from absolute beginners are welcome, with the emphasis on fun. It also helps to keep you fit.
Tai Chi 1£14.000Monday
12:30 – 13:45
Sep 06, 13, 20, 27
Oct 04, 11, 18
Nov 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Dec 06, 13
Heatherside Community Centre
Tai Chi exercise and following various established Tai Chi formats
Tap Dancing£13.000Friday
13:30 – 15:00
Sep 17, 24
Oct 01, 08, 15, 22, 29
Nov 05, 12, 19, 26
Dec 03, 10
Heatherside Community Centre
A good form of aerobic exercise helping balance, posture and co-ordination, toning up the muscles – especially the legs! If you prefer exercising to music this tap dancing class could be what you are looking for. You may have tapped when you were young or perhaps this is your first time? With or without experience, we aim for this class to be fun!
The Sporting Debate£6.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 16
Oct 21
Nov 18
Dec 16
High Cross Church
This new group will follow a similar format to the What The Papers Say groups, but will focus solely on sport, and we don’t just mean football. We hope to embrace a wide range of sports, and debate whatever is making the headlines. The groups aim is to be topical, engaging, lively and above all, fun.
THE SPORTING DEBATE (ZOOM)No fee1Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 02
Oct 07
Nov 04
Dec 02
ZoomThis new group will follow a similar format to the What The Papers Say groups, but will focus solely on sport, and we don’t just mean football. We hope to embrace a wide range of sports, and debate whatever is making the headlines. The groups aim is to be topical, engaging, lively and above all, fun.
TRAVELOGUE (ZOOM)No fee1Tuesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 14
Oct 05, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 07
ZoomEach month we offer a day trip. We also offer short breaks either in the UK or abroad. Travelogues are held once a term and the speaker (normally a U3A member) gives an illustrated talk on a country, area or trip.
Ukulele Folk 1£4.000Thursday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 16
Oct 14
Nov 11
Dec 09
Guide Headquarters
Do you want to improve your strumming? Using basic chords, learn how to use strumming to improve your playing
UKULELE FOLK 1 (ZOOM)No fee1Thursday
10:00 – 11:00
Sep 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09
ZoomDo you want to improve your strumming? Using basic chords, learn how to use strumming to improve your playing
UKULELE FOLK 2 (ZOOM)No fee1Thursday
11:15 – 12:15
Sep 09, 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09
ZoomDo you want to improve your strumming and picking? Using a wider range of chords, learn how to use strumming and picking to improve your playing
Ukulele Improvers£4.000Monday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 06
Oct 04
Nov 01, 29
Guide Headquarters
Can you play more than 5 basic chords without looking at your fingers? You’re ready to move on! Bring songs you want to play. Look at our website. http://www.c3.me.uk/Cu3aUkesHome.html
UKULELE IMPROVERS 1 (ZOOM)No fee1Monday
10:00 – 11:00
Sep 13, 20, 27
Oct 11, 18, 25
Nov 08, 15, 22, 29
Dec 13
ZoomCan you play more than 5 basic chords without looking at your fingers? You’re ready to move on! Bring songs you want to play. Look at our website. http://www.c3.me.uk/Cu3aUkesHome.html
Ukulele Open Jamming£4.000Wednesday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 15
Oct 20
Nov 17
Dec 15
Guide Headquarters
Come and join a bunch of ukulele players weekly at a private venue on Monday mornings to have a go and a laugh. No need to read music, it’s a really simple way to play. More experienced players are very welcome.
Ukulele SAS£3.001Wednesday
10:00 – 11:30
Sep 22
Oct 27
Nov 24
Guide Headquarters
This group will play and practise from its own golden oldie songbook. Andy, the section leader, will also offer tips worth their weight in gold, and encourage members to take the lead. He’s also happy to take requests, and introduce further golden oldies from his own songbook.
UKULELE SAS (ZOOM)No fee1Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Oct 06
Nov 03
Dec 01
ZoomThis group will play and practise from its own golden oldie songbook. Andy, the section leader, will also offer tips worth their weight in gold, and encourage members to take the lead. He’s also happy to take requests, and introduce further golden oldies from his own songbook.
Upholstery 1£27.000Thursday
13:00 – 15:30
Sep 16, 23, 30
Oct 07, 14, 21
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
Dec 02, 09, 16
Guide Headquarters
We restore or modernise the upholstery on items such as chairs, stools and ottomans, and renew cane-seated chairs, and rush or seagrass seats. Everyone works on their own projects at their own speed. We have spare tools for beginners, and there’s a stock of materials that can be bought.rnAll levels of ability are welcome, from beginners to experts. Some people come just to revive their current furniture; for others it becomes a compelling hobby.
Walking 1No fee0Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 01, 15
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01
Private Venue
Walks are approximately 5 miles with a pub lunch afterwards according to a pre-planned programme.
Walking 2No fee0Wednesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 08, 22
Oct 13, 27
Nov 10, 24
Dec 08
Private Venue
Walks are approximately 5 miles with a pub lunch afterwards according to a pre-planned programme.
Walking 3No fee0Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07
Private Venue
Walks of approximately 5 miles that are roughly within a 15 mile radius of Camberley
Walking 4No fee0Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12, 26
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
Private Venue
We meet in a pub car park where we will start our walk from. This is usually within a 15 mile radius of Camberley and we walk about 5 to 6 miles, have lunch in the pub and go home.
Walking 5No fee1Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Private Venue
This group is intended for those who want to walk between 7 – 10 miles at a fairly brisk pace. No coffee stops or lunches. We aim to walk once a month with the day and week varying. Sketch of route and meeting point grid reference advised about 4 weeks in advance. All communication by email only for this group.
Walking 6No fee0Thursday
10:00 – 14:00
Sep 02, 16
Oct 07, 21
Nov 04, 18
Dec 02, 16
Private Venue
Country walks usually about 5 miles, returning to the starting point. Finishing, for those who wish, with a pub lunch
Walking 7No fee0Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
Private Venue
Country walks of approximately 5 miles at a fairly brisk pace, within a radius of 15-20 miles of Camberley, with a pub lunch afterwards according to a pre-planned programme.
Walking with dogsNo fee7Monday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 27
Oct 25
Nov 22
Private Venue
We normally do a circular walk for approximately 1½ hours and finish with a sociable chat at a dog friendly pub or café. Everyone is welcome, with or without a dog. We meet at various locations and have found it’s a great way to find new walks and to make new friends. The dogs love it tooo
What the Papers Say 1£7.000Thursday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 09, 23
Oct 14
Nov 11, 25
Dec 09
High Cross Church
Light hearted and serious discussion of stories in the press (from The Times to Private Eye)
What the Papers Say 2£8.000Tuesday
10:00 – 12:00
Sep 07, 21
Oct 05, 19
Nov 02, 16
Dec 07
High Cross Church
Come and enjoy a friendly discussion of current articles in the newspapers and magazines. It’s a great way to make friends and enjoy yourselves.
What the Papers Say 3£9.000Wednesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 01, 15
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
Dec 01, 15
High Cross Church
Light hearted and serious discussion of stories in the press (from The Times to Private Eye)
What the Papers Say 4£7.000Tuesday
14:00 – 16:00
Sep 14, 28
Oct 12
Nov 09, 23
Dec 14
High Cross Church
Light hearted and serious discussion of stories in the press (from The Times to Private Eye)
Whist£7.000Thursday
14:00 – 16:30
Sep 09, 23
Oct 14, 28
Nov 11, 25
Dec 09
High Cross Church
Enjoy a game of whist in friendly company
Wine Tasting 1No fee0Friday
12:30 – 14:30
Sep 24
Oct 29
Nov 26
Private Venue
Wine tasting and socialising
Yoga – Chair£10.001Tuesday
10:00 – 11:00
Sep 14, 21, 28
Oct 12, 19
Nov 09, 16, 23, 30
Dec 14
St Mary’s Church
Chair Yoga can be done by anyone and almost anywhere. It aims to encourage deep breathing, self awareness of posture and mobility, calmness and relaxation in a simple but effective manner. Your age, shape, mobility etc are of no consequence.
Yoga 1£7.001Thursday
14:30 – 16:00
Sep 30
Oct 07, 14
Nov 04, 11, 18, 25
St Mary’s Church
The Yoga classes continue with a loyal following. We practise gentle Hatha yoga. Exercises are progressive and adaptable to encourage everyone to work within their own safe limits.
Yoga 2 – Stretch, Tone & Relax£5.001Wednesday
09:30 – 10:45
Sep 29
Oct 06, 20
Nov 03, 17
St Peter’s Church
The Yoga classes continue with a loyal following. We practise gentle Hatha yoga. Exercises are progressive and adaptable to encourage everyone to work within their own safe limits.
Yoga4Everybody£20.000Friday
09:45 – 11:00
Sep 03, 17, 24
Oct 01, 15, 22
Nov 05, 19, 26
Dec 03, 17
High Cross Church
Discover ways to relax body and mind. Relieve tiredness. To stretch, tone, strengthen. To Improve flexibility and breathing. Try Hatha yoga.