Non U3A

details of selected local events run by other organisations that may interest U3A members:-

June - August

Brookwood Military Cemetary

Guided tours of the cemetery from June to August on the following days:

Fridays at 11am, Saturdays at 2pm and Sundays at 2pm.

The tours are led by once of CWGC’s experienced volunteers. During the tour, your guide will share the history of the various plots and memorials in the cemetery and the stories of some of the brave men and women it commemorates.

There is no need to book for the tours, just turn up. Tours will begin outside the Canadian Records Building, at the main entrance.


10th September ~ Guildford

Are you interested in why you may be more prone to illness, and how to prevent or reduce illness ?

...... if so, you are invited to an presentation on current research into ageing and healthy ageing.

The event will be held on the 10th September 2019, 4-6pm in the Rik Medlik Building, University of Surrey. You are asked to RSVP by email, telephone or post, for catering purposes:

Dr Natalie Riddell: Email SHARP@surrey.ac.uk; Tel. 01483 686475

SHARP Open Evening Flyer Sept 2019.pdf

until 29th September ~ Winchester

Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: A Different View makes its UK premiere in Winchester this summer.

Click here for further details

Thursdays until end October 2019

join a tour of Farnborough Wind Tunnels

click here for further details

from October 7th 2019

Pass IT On

Farnborough 6th Form College offer personalised help with technology - Computers, Tablets, Mobile Phones, every Monday during term time 3:45 - 5:15

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Ongoing

Hampshire County Council run a wide range of meetings/ courses/ events at the county libraries that may interest you.

A full list of events throughout the county can be found here

Farnborough Library Local History Group Poster.pdf

Ongoing

Would you like to join or even lead an informal group meeting at Farnborough Library to discuss and study the local buildings, the aviation history and the people who lived and worked in Farnborough? click for further details