U3A - The MGM Story - 27th Sept 2019

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U3A -The MGM Musical Story
27th Sep 2019 Meeting

MGM and some of the musical films and stars from the great days of Hollywood
Speaker — Terry Merrett-Smith.

For Terry this will be a return visit to the U3A. His interests have always been in nostalgia and record collecting of the early years. Terry presents a programme on Hospital radio and has also been a guest several times at BBC Radio Bristol and Somerset.

Monthly meetings of the U3A are held on the 4th Fri of the month at the Edgar Community Hall, Somerton.
10am for coffee (30p) and the chance for members to meet and chat.
The meeting will start at 10.30am and after announcements and any business will be followed by a guest speaker.
The meeting closes at 12 noon.
All are welcome.
Members free. Non-members £1.50.

25th Oct 2019 Meeting — Not for King and Country — Kathy McNally

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