Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month, at Knutsford Methodist Church, at the starting time of 2.15pm. Attendance is free for non members of Knutsford u3a.
|November 9th||David Mitchell||‘The Word on the Street: A History of the Town Crier and the Bellman’
A talk from the Town Crier of Chester.
|December 14th||Nigel Linge||‘The Internet of Things’
Nigel is the Professor of Telecommunications at Salford University and has been working in the computer networking and telecommunication fields since 1983.
|January 11th||Jacqui Hyman||A talk entitled: ‘Samplers – A child’s view of embroidery’.|
|February 8th||Geoff Highfield||A talk about Blood Bikesand the work they do. Blood Bikes is a voluntary unpaid service provided by highly qualified bikers (motor bikes) who deliver medical drugs, equipment and blood for emergencies.|
|March 14th||Julia Marwood||A talk on ‘The Women of Manchester Art Gallery’.|
|April 11th||Speaker from Co-op Estate Planning||Tax, Care & Toy Boys – a talk about affairs we may need to set in order.|
|May 9th||Howard Barlow||Part 2 of his photography talk (the first one given on 12 Oct 23).|
|June 13th||Dave Thomas||TBC|
|July 11th||Tom Jones||AGM - followed by ‘Experiences of a tour guide’, a talk from a Chester city guide.|
|September 12th||Possible Showcase meeting/social meeting.|
|October 10th||Helen Naylor||A talk entitled ‘A coffee-fuelled revolution’. This talk links the birth of businesses, charities and some of our great art institutions. She'll also weave in the tale King's Coffeehouse in Knutsford!|
Just to remind members attending general meetings who are hard of hearing that a loop system is in place at Knutsford Methodist Church. This is activated when the sound system is in use and hearing aids should be switched to the ‘T’ position. Please contact the Technical Team if you experience any problems.