East Suffolk U3A 2019 spring programme focuses on pioneers
AS we head towards Spring, U3A members in East Suffolk can look forward to a varied and interesting range of topics to stimulate and excite the brain cells!
The programme is wide ranging, as always, and includes a talk about pioneering individuals:
Kingsley, doctor Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and plant hunter Joseph Hooker. Monday 25th February 2pm, Kesgrave Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Bell Lane, Kesgrave IP5 1JF. St Edmund in History and Legend presented by Dr Sam Newton. An assessment of the accounts in the Anglo Saxon Chronicles, the history of Danish East Anglia and the rise of the cult of St Edmund.
Thursday 4th March 10.30am, Salvation
Hall, Felixstowe, IP11 7EL (Junction of Ranelagh Road and Cobbold Road). Field Marshall Earl Haig: Lion or Donkey? presented by John Lilley.
An examination of
the facts surrounding a rather controversial WW1 leader. Thursday 14th March 2pm,
Market Hall, 29 High Street, Saxmundham, IP17 1AF. Meet Mary Kingsley: presented by Louise Reed. The life of an explorer who travelled alone in the 1890s to West Africa. Friday 15th March 10.30am, Woodbridge Community Hall,
Station Road, Woodbridge. Perils of a Plant Hunter: presented by Geoff Hales. Joseph Hooker’s career as a plant hunter in the Antarctic and the jungles of Sikkim. Monday 25th March 2pm, Kesgrave Community Centre, Twelve Acre Approach, Bell Lane,
Kesgrave, IP5 1JF.
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and her Circle presented by Jennifer Jones.
The story of
a pioneering doctor and other enterprising women of her time.
Thursday 4th April 10.30am, Salvation
Felixstowe, IP11 7EL (Junction of Ranelagh Road and Cobbold Road). The Shipping Forecast presented by Tony Diamond. Thursday 11th
2pm, Market Hall, 29 High Street,
1AF. Being a woman racing driver and racing at Le Mans presented by Celia Stevens. An account of a racing life. U3A
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