U3A March Meeting - Assasins, Spies & Killer Passports

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Passports U3A

The April meeting of the Somerton U3A will be held on Fri 26th April when Martin Lloyd is set to thrill with a dramatic account of how the actions of a group of assassins brought about a change in the passport regulations; how the unmasking of a spy caused a modification in passport design and how, for one man, the passport itself turned into a killer.

Martin is a writer, speaker and cyclist. He travels far and wide giving talks to all kinds of societies, business groups and professional organisations; he has written books on history, current affairs, travel, humour, art, romance and thriller fiction; and when he is not doing this he is either riding his bike or broadcasting on the radio and television.

Monthly meetings normally take place on the fourth Friday of each month at the Edgar Community Hall, Somerton starting at 10am with coffee (30p) and chat. After any notices the main event begins at 10.30am and finishes by 12 noon latest. Meetings are free for members, visitors £1.50 each.

Somerton U3A website

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