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Upcoming Speakers and Events to be held in 2022-2023 at Haverhill u3a

Tuesday 25th October 2022

Speaker Linda Bevan and Jo Porth

The speakers come from Sturmer Community History Group. Be prepared to be taken back in time to a Victorian Schoolroom Linda Bevan and Jo Porth will use re-enactment for adults a wonderful way to experience History.


Tuesday 6th December 2022

A Christmas Concert

2.00 - 4.00pm

Come and enjoy  a mince pie, tea coffee or even a glass of wine. Whilst being entertained by a variety of our u3a groups

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Tuesday 28th February 2023

Speaker Bryan Thurlow

Bryan Thurlow, local historian with a background in professional theatre, will delight us  as he gives a portrayal of George Barrington, a retired butler of the Victorian and Edwardian era.
Mr Barrington, born in 1856, worked in the grand house of Lord Cowrie in Yorkshire all his working life. He will ask us to imagine the year 1928 as he tells us about his gradual rise through the ranks to eventually becoming Butler at Thrigsby Hall.


Tuesday 25th April 2023

Speaker Ben Ashenden

Tax, Care and ToyBoys!

Did you know there are more than one kind of Power of Attorney. Ben will be advising  on protection of wealth and power of attorney.

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Tuesday 29th November 2022

Speaker Mike Rowland

Sawston u3a Handbell Ringers led by Mike Rowland will entertain us with Christmas songs and you may be able to have a go!

They will ring handbells and hand chimes mainly in the 2-octave repertoire, but using existing 12-bell music on occasion.


Tuesday 31st January 2023

Speaker David Green

Action for Children is a UK children's charity created to help vulnerable children & young people and their families in the UK. The charity has 7,000 staff and volunteers who operate over 475 services in the UK. They served a total of 368,648 children in 2019 and 2020.

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Tuesday 28th March 2023


Following our AGM "The Yanks are coming*

Linda Scoles, a popular speaker, originally from America, Linda’s husband, Jim, was posted to Lakenheath in 1971 by the US Air Force. The whole family was excited by the prospect of living in Britain. They saw it as an adventure and an opportunity to travel in Europe. However, Linda was not quite as well prepared for the experience as she thought, despite reading all of the Catherine Cookson novels! The family had to adjust to a very different culture.


Tuesday 30th May 2023

Speaker Norma Howell

Medical Detection dogs and Medical  Alert Assistance dogs. 

Norma has been a volunteer speaker for MD Dogs since 2016 and has made presentations all over East Anglia since then. The talks generate valuable funds for the charity thereby enabling the dogs to continue their life-saving work detecting the odour of human diseases.

The talk will help to fund the life-saving dogs detecting the odour of human diseases

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