For members only – bring your membership card.
First Wednesdays pm with guest speakers, followed by refreshments and opportunity to introduce yourself to Committee Members (wearing blue badges), our Meet & Greet team (yellow badges), Group Leaders and other members. Angel Centre car parks are Pay & Display.
Tonbridge u3a Christmas lunch book by 9/11/2021 (only 80 tickets)
Christmas Dinner at The Rose & Crown Hotel, High Street, Tonbridge
on Wednesday 1 December, 1.00pm for 1.30pm
- Roasted Tomato, Basil and Red Pepper Soup, Basil Oil
- Cranberry and Brie Bruschetta, Dressed Rocket Leaves
- Smoked Trout Mousse, Dill and Cucumber, Toasted Croute
- Duck Terrine, Celeriac and Apple Remoulade
- Traditional Roast Turkey, Sage, Onion and Apricot Stuffing, Pigs in Blankets, Cranberry Sauce
- Pan Seared Fillet of Sea Bass, Buttered New Potatoes, Lemon, Garlic and Parsley Sauce
- Honey Glazed Gammon, Roasted Winter Root Vegetables, Grain Mustard Sauce
- Vegetable Wellington, Wild Mushroom Sauce
Each with a Medley of Winter Vegetables
- Christmas Pudding, Brandy Sauce
- Red Velvet Cheesecake, Winter Berry Compote
- Warm Apple Tart, Cinnamon Glaze, Vanilla Ice Cream
- Trio of Cheese Biscuits and Homemade Red Onion Jam
Coffee will be included.
Ordering and paying for drinks will be the responsibility of members.
£28.50 Including gratuity
Enter your choice of starter, main and dessert on the order form below and return to the address given to arrive by Tuesday 9 November.
Tonbridge U3A Christmas Dinner – Limited to 80 members
Christmas lunch order form
Monthly Meeting Speakers 2021/2022
Meetings open to all members; First Wednesday of the month
2.00pm to 3.45pm
Meetings and venues will be publicised on the web site and in the monthly
Journal as they become available.
Please note: Due to Covid and / or unforeseen future circumstances /restrictions, some of the arranged events may have to be changed at short notice.
SEPTEMBER 1 – John Hare
The Mysteries of Lop Nur – searching for wild camels and lost Silk
Road cities in the heart of Asia. John Hare is an explorer,
conservationist and author who has undertaken a number of expeditions
to research and protect wild camels in remote areas of the world.
OCTOBER 6 – Open Day at the Angel Centre.
NOVEMBER 3 – Richard King
Around the World on a Double Decker Bus. A humorous monologue of
an extraordinary journey.
December 1. – TU3A Events
Further details on future presentations will be published on the website
and in the Monthly Journal as they become available.
JANUARY 5 – James Taylor
The Forgotten Art of the Picture Postcard
FEBRUARY 2 – Imogen Corrigan
The Ship at Sutton Hoo
MARCH 2 – Mary Smith
A Schoolgirl’s War
APRIL 6 – Bertie Pearce
‘Now You See It, Now You Don’t’ – The Art of Visual Deception
MAY 4 – Michael Smith
Captain Francis Crozie