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FUTURE EVENTS

Overview

There is a U3A Meeting Point in Cheddar Library every Monday 10:30 am to 12:00 noon. If you are in Cheddar on a Monday why not drop in for a coffee and a chat.

The Monthly Talks are held on the First Thursday of the month, normally at either Cheddar Village Hall (i.e. Church House) in Cheddar or at Draycott Memorial Hall. Tea and biscuits are available from 2:00pm, and the talk starts at 2:30pm prompt. A fee of £2 is charged on entry. There are no Monthly Talks in July or August.

The Coffee Mornings are held on the Third Thursday of the month  in Cheddar from 10:30 am to 12:00 noon.

Programme of Events

Thursday 16th November: Coffee Morning at 10:30 am.

With a presentation by Reading Group 3 and demonstrations of Lacemaking and Mah Jong.

Thursday 30th November: Annual Group Quiz at 2:00 pm.

Our Annual Group Quiz will be held on Thursday, 30th November 2017 in Cheddar Village Hall from 2.00pm to 4.00 pm.  Cost £2 per person including refreshments.  Group Leaders have been invited to submit teams of up to 6 members.  If you are currently not a member of a group, but would like to take part, please email or telephone Barry Coppard, barrycop@gmail.com (01934 709124) by 1st November, and we will add you to a team which is short on numbers.

Thursday 7th December: Festive Entertainment Afternoon at 2.15pm

Cheddar Village Hall - see the Newsletter for details.

Tickets from Margaret Farnie at the Coffee Morning or from the Library on Monday mornings or call 01934 710242.

Thursday 4th January 2018: Monthly Talk

"Memories Of A Village Grocer" by John Barkle.

At Cheddar Village Hall. Tea/coffee and biscuits available from 2.00pm, talk starts at 2.30pm.

For 60 years John lived and worked in the grocery business. For 25 years he and his wife had village post offices and general stores, then from 1972 to 1996 they had two convenience stores in Wells.

His talk covers memories from wartime rationing right up to modern day shopping. The fun was in the old days with memories of village characters and village life.