Cheadle Hulme U3A

Notices and Events

Members' Meetings

Monthly General Meetings are held at 2 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month. As from January, 2019, they will be at St. Andrew's Parish Church, Cheadle Road, Cheadle Hulme.
Recent illustrated talks have included a History of Abney Hall, Beekeeping, and Wildlife Photography.

Forthcoming Members' Meetings
March 5th, 2020

Speaker: Sinead Collins
Maggie’s Place
Maggie's Place, where people with cancer are provided with practical, emotional and social support.
Sinead leads a team of core specialists selected to meet the needs of people affected by cancer.
April 2nd, 2020

Speaker: Dave Joy
The Liverpool Cowkeepers
The mid-1800s witnessed a mass exodus from the Pennine ‘Dales’ as the then latest generation of farmers and miners sought a new life in the New World. However, many of these found a new life for themselves a bit closer to home – they became Liverpool Cowkeepers, keeping cows in their back yards and selling milk to a rapidly expanding city population with an insatiable need for fresh food.
May 7th, 2020

Vintage Pearls
A fabulous and quirky singing duo
A fabulous, quirky, unique duo singing songs from the heart and soul!
An eclectic songbook that turns its pages through each wonderful decade.
Making memories and moments that we all share!
We bring to any event, whether private or public our sheer professionalism and authentic sounds. From heart wrenching torch songs, through to the power ballads, and sensational 60's divas , soul and motown. Also, magical iconic songs from the musicals.
June 4th, 2020

Speaker: Eddie Tarry
Styal Prison
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'That can't possibly be a prison.'
Red brick houses, manicured tree-lined lawns and not a thing out of place. Once a former orphanage, Styal opened as a female prison with the first female prisoners transferred from Strangeways back in 1962.
Eddie Tarry, Community Engagement Manager at Styal prison, knows about the realities of inmate life and what exactly happens on a daily basis. He has stories on inmates he has worked with, ones he had helped and ones that would never leave the walls of Styal.
July 2nd, 2020

Speaker: Russell Hedley,
Communications Officer, The Woodland Trust
Secrets of the Waterways
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Russ is dedicated to raising the awareness of British Wildlife and Conservation and protecting wild animals, plants and fungi through education and enthusiasm.
With a lifelong passion for wildlife, Russ currently works in wildlife education, running events for schools, universities, charities, holiday companies and adult education. He also offers walks into British countryside for identification skills, training days and enjoyment of nature on our doorstep.
Russ appears monthly on BBC Radio Lancashire, BBC Manchester and Bolton FM, and writes a weekly 'Nature Notes' column for the Bolton News.
August 6th, 2020

Matthew and Yvonne Pinder,
Musicians
A medley of songs and instrument and stories

Forthcoming Events

    • 12
      May

      Outing to Shibden Hall

      location_on Halifax, West Yorkshire access_time All Day
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      Dating back to 1420, the Shibden estate was in the hands of the Lister family for 300 years, The Listers were wealthy mill-owners and cloth merchants, the most famous resident being Anne Lister (1791–1840), who became sole owner of the hall after the death of her aunt.
      Tuesday, May 12th, 2020
      Morning visit to Shibden Hall, home of Anne Lister (TV's Gentleman Jack).

      An afternoon guided tour of the Halifax Piece Hall, dating from 1779.

      Cost: Coach £19.50 including driver’s tip; guided tour of Piece Hall £6; small entry fee to Shibden Hall, payable on day.

      Please pay £25.50 by cheque, by April 2nd. Organiser: Peggy Dutton


    Events:
    The Committee greatly appreciate, encourage and welcome initiatives from Members. If you wish to organise an event – such as a theatre visit or an outing – Pat Vermes will be happy to discuss it with you and provide a set of guidelines that have been drawn up specially to assist you in arranging a successful event.
    Jackie.

    Right-Click here to view/download our Guidelines for Events Organisers

    Recent Events

    Please note:
    Events listed on our Interest Group pages, theatre visits and coach excursions should be paid for in full, at the time of booking, by cheque payable to Cheadle Hulme U3A Events and sent to Shirley Cawthra.

    Date: Wednesday, September 19th

    Time: 2pm to 4pm (tour and tea)

    Tour will feature events from Peterloo massacre to present day,

    Cost: £8 per person for guided tour and tea.

    Public transport

    Organiser: Peggy Dutton