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The next monthly meeting of Somerton U3A will take place on Friday 22nd June and is a talk by Commander Brian Parker on Admiral Blake.

Monthly meetings 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

The U3A is a unique and exciting organisation which provides, life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. With around 500 members and over 50 interest groups ranging from Art to Walking.
Every month, on the 4th Friday, in Somerton, there is a social coffee morning with speakers offering a diverse range of subjects.
Anyone from Somerton and the surrounding villages is welcome (who is not in full time employment) to come along and see what is on offer.
Please contact the Membership Secretary, Joan Banbury for further details.
j.banbury@mypostoffice.co.uk
Somerton U3A Website https://u3asites.org.uk/somerton/home

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