General Interest Groups
We have a number of groups with a wide range of activities in this category including
Armchair Travellers, Gardening Group, Health and Happiness, Maths/Numeracy and Quiz
Night. Contact details for each the group co-ordinators are listed, along with details
of the venue and meeting days and times.
Poet Robert Herrick (1591 - 1674) said
...thou at home without tyde or gale,
Canst in thy Map securely saile:
Seeing those painted Countries; and so guesse
By those fine Shades, their substances:
And from thy Compasse taking small advice,
Buy'st travel at the lowest price.'
Why not take up Robert Herrick’s suggestion?
Come along and travel the world with us. Every month one of our FU3A members takes us to a different country with not just maps but with images and sometimes video and even music.
The group welcomes all U3A members. A small charge is made to cover the cost of the venue and refreshments.
2nd Thursday of the month, New Brighton Community Centre, 14:00 to 16:00
Armchair Travellers 2019 programme: click here
Hilary: 01352 780324
All U3A members are welcome to attend any meetings, or join any visit. We meet October - March (Indoor Season): April - September (Outdoor Season).
1st Friday of the month, from 14:00 -15:30
The Methodist Church, Mold (unless otherwise stated in the programme)
Health and Happiness
To promote good health by sharing a collective well-being. The Group will include meditation at most meetings and instruction in basic meditation will be given.
The last Thursday of the month, 13.30 to15.30
Julia: 01244 813844
The group will be for a small number of members who might want to revise or further their Mathematics/Numeracy skills. Activities will include revising some fundamental numerical skills and introducing puzzles. The group may possibly follow the new school GCSE syllabus or a course in numeracy, with the possibility of progression to Higher Mathematics at some stage.
The group will also consider other aspect of Mathematics such as:
*History and Culture of the subject
*Possible uses in everyday life / work
*Problem solving / puzzles
*Its applications in Science, Technology and other subjects
The group meets in Parkfields Community Centre,Mold.
From 10:00 to 12:00 on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
If you are interested in joining the group please contact -
Derek: email@example.com or mobile: 07979358920.
If you enjoy engaging those ‘little grey cells' then come along and test your knowledge.
3rd Friday of the month 19.30, Grosvenor Hall, Mold
Diane: 01244 544284
Friendship and Fun through Lifelong Learning