Upcoming events

    • 02 Sep 2019
    • 29 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions
    • El Bastidor

    Leader: Mike Keen

    Email: Spanish Intermediate 1

    Telephone:

    Meet at: El Bastidor

    Meeting Dates: Monday Morning 10:15 to 11:45

    HOW'S YOUR SPANISH?

    We have an excellent, native Spanish teacher. There is one lesson of 1.5 hours on Mondays starting at 10.15. Class is limited to 10 members. The approach is structured. We do  grammar, reading, comprehension, conversation and homework!

    Cost: The teacher's fee is divided equally between students and paid monthly in advance and varies accordingly - approx 20-22 Euros per month. Initial trial lesson for free.

    Not recommended for beginners or the fully fluent but ideal for everybody in-between.

    Please contact XXXXXXXXXXXX if interested - but hurry! When they're gone they're gone!

    We are an intermediate to advanced intermediate level group, formed just over five years ago.
    The aim is to increase our knowledge and use of Spanish through reading, context vocabulary, grammatical usage and conversation.

    We aim to keep numbers at no more than 10 so that we all have a chance to speak! Classes cost €4 - €5 pw pp depending on the number of members.

    Carla, our fully qualified teacher, is Spanish, and most of the class is conducted in Spanish.  Carla is very simpatica, has a great sense of humour and is very supportive.  Along with our learning we have a great deal of fun!
    • 02 Sep 2019
    • 29 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions

    Leader: Pauline Hammond

    Email: Advanced Spanish

    Telephone:966400714

    Meet at:Centro Parroquial Fray Humilde de Soria,C/Virgen de la Mare de Deu del Rebollet, Oliva  Directions to Activity Rooms

    Meeting Dates: Monday Morning 11:45-13:15

    We are a group of ten or twelve moderately good Spanish speakers, keen to improve our conversational skills. We employ Maria, a native Speaker who has lived in England and speaks excellent English, when absolutely necessary, and also understands what we are trying to say when we get our tenses tangled up and our subjunctives submerged in a surplus of syllables. We do our best to keep the Spanish flowing and along with the conversation we do some book exercises to improve our vocabulary and, with occasional forays into the further reaches of the grammatical niceties, we make steady progress in our pursuit of the perfectly formed sentence. By leaps and bounds of the imagination we may stray from the theme that Maria chooses for us to expound upon but she usually manages to drag us back to the topic five minutes before the end of the lesson, and we all wonder where the last hour has gone to.

    • 02 Sep 2019
    • 04 May 2020
    • 9 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    Leader: Robert Sedgley

    Email: History & Appreciation of Art

    Telephone: 960 446 034

    Meet at: CPC Oliva

    Meeting Dates: First Monday of the month 

    4.30pm to 6.30pm beginning October.

    The Group Meetings will be divided into three sections:

    1) A chronological survey of western art.

    Eg, Pre historic and antique, Classical Greek and Roman, Medieval and Pre Renaissance, Italian Renaissance, High Renaissance and Venetian, Northern (Flemish and German), Post Renaissance (Mannerism, Baroque and Rococo), British Art, Eighteenth and Nineteenth century France etc. Impressionists and early development of modern art. 

    This is an immense field so we will be taking only a brief glance at each period. The survey is treated in a very flexible manner so if members wish to spend more or less time on any specific period or artist this can be accommodated. There will inevitably be more gaps in the fabric than covering material. 

    The meetings are very informal and members are encouraged to contribute their own views and opinions of what we are looking at.

    2) Taking a theme from the period covered we compare how artists of other times or cultures have dealt with the topic. 

    3) Members are invited to present a work from any time or place which interests/mystifies/attracts/repels them and would like to talk about, and get everyone else talking about. 

    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Mandy Morgan
    Deputy: Shirley Patrick

    Email: Crafts

    Telephone: 658891934

    Venue: CPC.  Contact the leader for more information and to let her know you will be attending.  

    Meetings every Tuesday from 10:00 to 12:00 hours

     Calling all crafters!

    This craft group is for people to have a go and try their hand at something new. 

    Would you like to learn new skills, meet new people, chat and have fun?

    Are you a knitter who wants to learn embroidery or a crocheter who would like to make jewellery?

    Meet other local craft makers to trade ideas and show off your creations. Bring along anything you are currently working on, or come for some inspiration and chat about projects you would like to start.

    Crafting is very enjoyable and great fun, especially when you discover that you have a hidden talent.

    Why not come and join us, you will be very welcome.  

    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • 87 sessions
    • Carrer de Les Moreres 17, 46780 Oliva

    Group Leader: Maureen Terry

    Deputy Group Leader: Linda Tyler

    Email: art-group@u3a-oliva.org

    Mobile: 0034 608958354

    Meet: Tuesday's  and Wednesday's 10.00 am to 1.00pm. 2 or 3 hrs to suit yourself.

    Venue: Carrer de Les Moreres 17, 46780 Oliva

     Tutor: Graham Flowerdew.

    Drawing and Painting in a wide range of media; Oils, Acrylics, Pastels, Pencil and Crayon.

    Materials provided, all levels catered for. Life drawing group also available if there is sufficient interest.

    There is a 5€/hour fee  to cover the tutor and studio expenses. The session runs from 10.00am - 1.00pm, You decide how long you wish to participate within that timeframe.

    This is a happy, fun group for anyone wishing to start learning to draw and paint or interested in improving their existing skills. No previous experience needed.

    If interested, contact the leader using the email link above for further information.


    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions
    • El Galano

    Leaders: Mary Westerman and Pauline Davies

    Telephone: 

    Email: Coffee & Chat

    Venue:  El Galano, corner of Carrer de Guillem de Castro (between Aldi/Consum and Mercadona car park) and Carrer de Gabriel Miro (beside Correos). 

    This is the Google Map link for El Galano : 

    https://goo.gl/maps/qiE49DPFAZw 

    Day & Time: Tuesdays at 11.00am

    Registration: Not required. Just Turn up

    Please note that the Coffee and Chat Group is not meeting again until September 2019. Apologies, but due to unforeseen circumstances.

    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions
    • Social Centre Sant Francesc

    Leader: Kathy Price

    Email: Canasta

    Telephone:

    Mobile: 

    Meet at: Social Centre Sant Francesc

    Meeting Dates: Every Tuesday 

    13:00 to eat, 14.00 to play

    Directions for Social Centre Sant Francesc,

    Carreterra de Denia 8, N332

    Click here for map

    We are an extremely friendly group, and Canasta is easy to play. If you have played before you will be very welcome and if not then you can learn easily.


    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 30 Jun 2020
    • 44 sessions
    • Fratelli Restaurant in Oliva

    Leader: Lynda Goy

    Email:  Crochet, Knit and Natter

    Deputy Leader :  Jean Bell

    Meetings every Tuesday at 15.00hrs

    Venue: Fratelli Restaurant in Oliva

    Telephone:  644502906

    The Crochet, Knit and Nat group is informal, where chatting is positively encouraged, as well as the learning of new skills, whether it be knitting or crocheting. Lynda Goy, the leader along with Jean her deputy will help the members to learn or improve the skills they have.

    Don’t think you need to have a knitting project on the go, because there will be patterns available for simple toys, or even squares, where the group can make and create items that can be given or sold for charity. As well as patterns we also have been given some wool, pins and hooks, so all you need is a smile and a few euro’s for drink in thanks for Fratelli’s in Oliva for allowing us to use their wonderful premises.

    We welcome any U3A member into the group and look forward to meeting you on a Tuesday afternoon at 3pm.

    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 20 May 2020
    • 18 sessions
    • TBA

    Group Leader: Barry Purvis

    Email: Walkers

    Meet: On the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month.


    The Walking group meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from late September to Mid May.

    Our walks are designed to be moderately easy, on hill/mountain paths, roads or tracks and should not be too difficult for the average walker.

    The walks last between 2 and 3.5 hours with breaks for drinks of water and for taking pictures of the beautiful countryside.  Group members undertake all walks at their own risk

    On the day of the walk, we meet at a Café/Bar for a coffee before starting the walk. After the walk we may have lunch at a restaurant. If a suitable restaurant is not available we will have a picnic during the walk.

    If a walk has to be cancelled or postponed, we will email group members by 6pm the day before the walk so please check your emails the night before the walk. In the event of an emergency cancellation we will contact walkers by phone on the morning of the walk.

    Dogs are normally welcome but need to be kept under control at all times.

    You would be very welcome to join our Group and should contact Barry Purvis at barrypurvis2@gmail.com Tel 669902619

    We are always looking for volunteers to lead a walk.  Should you be interested in volunteering, please contact Barry.


    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    Leader: Anne Milner

    Email: Spanish Intermediate 2

    Telephone:658542540

    Meet at: CPC Oliva every Wednesday from 17:00 to 18:00 hours

    Our teacher, James, has been living in  Spanish speaking  countries for over  twenty years and has  developed a deep love  and enthusiasm for the  language.  Being an  expat himself, he is all  too familiar with the frustrations that Spanish bureaucracy can bring us – these items are frequently covered in the lessons. He has made all the mistakes already (asking the waiter for a beso instead of a vaso!!) and can help you to avoid them.

    This group was formed as a beginners group some years ago. Happily the students have progressed very well and the need was seen to turn it into ‘intermediate’.  Please note: the title ‘intermediate 2’ does not indicate a higher level of Spanish, simply that there are two intermediate groups to choose from – lucky you! Not sure if the level is right for you? You are welcome to sit in on the beginners group which precedes this group from 4pm – 5pm.  Cost €3 student per session.

    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Anja Homburg

    Email: flamenco@u3a-oliva.org

    Telephone:

    Meet at: CPC

    When: Wednesday mornings, 10.00 - 11.00.

    Flamenco dancing is known for its emotional intensity, proud carriage, expressive use of the arms and rhythmic stamping of the feet.

    If YOU would like to be emotionally intense and stamp your feet, why not get that proud carriage ready and register your interest? 

    With new beginners' classes, there will be a chance for everyone to learn this exciting dance and to progress to even more difficult routines!

    We expect the group to begin with 2, 50-min sessions. there will be a small charge for each session.

    Please contact the Group Leader, Anja, on the email above to confirm your attendance and preferred times.


    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • Centro Parroquial on C/Virgen de la Mare de Deu del Rebollet

    Leader: TBC

    Email: Spanish Intermediate 1 (Wed)

    Telephone:

    Meet at: Centro Parroquial on C/Virgen de la Mare de Deu del Rebollet  

    Map here

    Meeting Dates: Wednesday Morning 10:00 to 11:30


    HOW'S YOUR SPANISH?

    There are a limited number of spaces left for the next U3A Spanish Intermediate. If you are someone who just 'gets by' this could be for you!

    We have an excellent, native Spanish teacher. There is one class of 1.5 hours on Mondays starting at 10.15; and a further class at 10.00 on Wednesday. Classes are limited to 10 members. The approach is structured. We do  grammar, reading, comprehension, conversation and homework!

    Cost: The teacher's fee is divided equally between students and paid monthly in advance and varies accordingly - approx. 20-22 Euros per month. Initial trial lesson for free.

    Not recommended for beginners or the fully fluent but ideal for everybody in-between.

    We are an intermediate to advanced intermediate level group, formed just over five years ago. The aim is to increase our knowledge and use of Spanish through reading, context vocabulary, grammatical usage and conversation.

    We aim to keep numbers at no more than 10 so that we all have a chance to speak! Classes cost €4 - €5 pw pp depending on the number of members.

    Carla, our fully qualified teacher, is Spanish, and most of the class is conducted in Spanish.  Carla is very simpatica, has a great sense of humour and is very supportive. Along with our learning we have a great deal of fun!


    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • Viva Espana Restaurant

    Leader: Julia Radford

    Deputy: Jaquie Flannigan

    Email: Bridge

    Telephone:966406732

    Meet at: Viva Espana Restaurant,

    N-332, Km 216, 46780 Oliva.

    See map here 

    Meeting Dates: Thursdays 10:00 -13:00

    We're a Group of mixed abilities and we are looking for new and 'seasoned' players. Perhaps you have played other card games in the past and would like to learn to play bridge but thought it too complicated. If so, come and join us, you are most welcome!

    We all have one thing in common – to learn and to improve in a friendly, competitive atmosphere! You can take comfort from the fact that we all make colossal mistakes from time to time and try not to get too serious about it!

    Why not come and enjoy the fun!

     

    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • MIRAMAR Petanque pitches

    Leader: Gerry Gardiner

    Email: Petanque

    Telephone:

    Meet at: From Tuesday 17th May onwards, the meetings will take place at the MIRAMAR pitches.

    Meeting Dates: Tuesday 11:00

    (Please arrive 10 mins early)

    Pétanque is a form of boules where the goal is to throw hollow metal balls as close as possible to a small wooden ball called a cochonnet (literally "piglet") or jack, while standing inside a starting circle with both feet on the ground – Pétanque deriving from the expression pès tancats [ˈpɛs taŋˈkats], meaning 'feet together'. Please come along and watch or 'try'… we have spare sets of boules you can use… so no outlay is required – so come and give it a 'try'…

    We hold club competitions twice a year in June and December. Members play to win and hold the Alice McDade Memorial Trophy for a period of six months.This is a singles championship.
We also play once a year to compete for the Alan Mayhew Memorial Trophy for doubles. This competition takes place just before the summer move to Miramar. Those who wish to compete for the trophies must attend petanque at least 6 times per year.

    Please contact the Group Leader before attending for the first time.

    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Stephen Hems

    Email: Guitar

    Telephone:

    Venue: CPC in Oliva

    Meeting time : Wednesdays at 16.00h

    Acoustic Guitar ‘Sessions’

    Hi, my name is Stephen (Steve) Hems and I am proud to have been selected to be the Group Leader of the U3A Guitar Sessions, Thank You.

    The main purpose of the group will be to join together to improve our playing ability, learn from others in the group and have some fun!!!

    I am not a music teacher, I cannot read or write music to a sufficient standard to teach it to others, so that will not be a part of our program. Instead I will try to share my experience of playing with bands and solo for many years.

    I am hoping that we will all learn something from each other, we will have, no doubt, different levels of ability within the group, but the guitar is an instrument that adapts easily to all situations, so common ground will be attainable.

    I anticipate the sessions lasting approximately one hour, but let’s see how we get on. 

    • 04 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    We look forward to seeing all faces, new and old!

    Leader: Anne Milner

    Email: Spanish for Beginners

    Telephone:658542540 / 962839330

    Meet at: CPC Oliva every Wednesday from 16:00 to 17:00 hours

    This group is designed for new arrivals to Spain or for those of you who have been here a while and just not got round to learning Spanish! Not sure what level you are? This group has the advantage of being followed at 5pm with the intermediate group – you are warmly invited to stay along! Cost €3 per session.

    Our teacher, James, has been living in Spanish speaking countries for over twenty years and has developed a deep love and enthusiasm for the language. Being an expat himself, he is all too familiar with the frustrations that Spanish bureaucracy can bring us – these items are frequently covered in the lessons. He has made all the mistakes already (asking the waiter for a beso instead of a vaso!!) and can help you to avoid them!

    • 05 Sep 2019
    • 07 May 2020
    • 9 sessions
    • CPC


    Leader: Ann Garside

    Email:History    

    or: annheidy@msn.com

    Telephone:605117886

    Meet at:  CPC, Oliva

    Meeting Dates: 1st Thursday of the month

    Time: 11:00am

    20th CENTURY WORLD HISTORY GROUP

    We are hoping to cover a number of events from the watershed that was World War One to the collapse of Communism in 1989. The first two meetings have resulted in excellent discussion and contributions and the actual monthly topics are flexible depending on interest.

    After the meeting on Thursday December 13th-11.00 at the CPC, the intention is to meet the 3rd Thursday of the month from January 2019. There is not cost involved.

    I am a retired history teacher, having taught 11-18 age groups in England and an international college here in Spain.

    Please let the Group leader know if you wish to attend meetings


    • 06 Sep 2019
    • 26 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • Polideportivo Oliva

    Leader:Alan Robinson

    Email: Badminton

    Telephone:634232729

    Meet at: Polideportivo Oliva

    Meeting Dates:Friday 09:00-11:00

    We are always pleased to see new and returning players whether  you haven’t played since your school days or have never played before and are keen to see if Badminton is for you. With this in mind I’d love to hear from you or even more pleased for you to join us on Friday morning.

    During the two years since the Badminton Group was introduced as a U3A activity collectively we’ve created a wonderfully positive social learning environment.  The group is highly supportive of all its members no matter whether or not they have previous experience of playing Badminton. 

    We are fortunate to have two qualified coaches and a number of very experienced members so we’re able to help members gain the most from each session.  We place an emphasis on playing games with as wide a variety of partners each week in a friendly atmosphere.

    We meet regularly throughout the year and have negotiated a playing fee of 2 Euros per person per hour which is paid on the days that you take part in the sessions.

    • 06 Sep 2019
    • 26 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • Pavello Esportiu Municipal in Carrer de Gabriel Miro (Oliva Sports Centre) TBA


    Leader: Mike Thomas

    Email: Walking Football

    Telephone: TBA

    Deputy Leader  Phil Boon

    Meet at: Pavello Esportiu Municipal in Carrer de Gabriel Miro (Oliva Sports Centre)

    Meeting Day: Fridays at 11am

    Walking football is a form of the beautiful game designed for those of more advanced years who thought their footballing careers were over! We want players to have fun and get some worthwhile exercise at the same time.  As the name implies, running is not allowed and there will be minimal contact. It’s a game of skill, not physicality!

    The group is aimed at all ages and abilities, male and female (we will play mixed matches if the demand is there), and everyone is welcome. The game itself is governed by a set of laws drawn up by the English FA and, although we want everyone to have fun, the games will be played seriously and refereed to a good standard. We will play a six-a-side format.

    We are using a hard (blue) surface, five-a-side pitch which is located on the far side of the full size football pitch when you come out of the back doors of the sports centre reception hall. Please note that you can actually cut through to the pitch directly from the car park, there is no need to detour through the reception. There is ample free parking at the centre.

    Kit required – decent quality trainers (no football boots or flip flops), a shirt with sleeves (T shirts are fine), shorts or tracksuit bottoms and socks (any length). The FA also stipulates shin pads, but they won’t be mandatory. Elbow and knee protection pads in soft material will also be allowed if you really want them. We have gloves for those playing in goal.

    Spectators are welcome, if you're not sure about playing, come down and have a look first! 




    • 06 Sep 2019
    • 26 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • Viva Espania

    Leader: Lynda Goy

    Email: Choir

    Telephone: 644502906

    Meet at: Viva Espania 

    Deputy Leader : Gill Rowlands

    Meeting Dates: Friday 15-00 to 17-00 

    We welcome new members who enjoy singing a wide range of music, from musical shows to carols. With Philip Ashley as our excellent Musical Director, we sing either A Cappella, or with backing tracks. It is not essential to be able to read music. Philip will help you find your correct vocal range (Soprano, Alto,Tenor or Base) and he ensures that rehearsals are fun! Choir members currently contribute 5 euros per week for his professional services.

    I look forward to meeting you at Viva Espania on Friday afternoons, starting promptly at 15.00h and finish at 17.00h.

    Please come along to try it out and let me know beforehand so that you can be updated on the music we are working on.

    • 09 Sep 2019
    • 22 Jun 2020
    • 42 sessions
    • San Francesc Social Centre

    Leader: Ulrike Missaghian

    Teacher: Marta Kali

    Email: Yoga Group

    Meet at: San Francesc social centre

    Meeting Days and Times:

    Beginners:

    • Monday -1000-1100 & 1130-1230 
    • Deputy leader TBA

    Intermediate:

    • Friday - 1000-1100
    • Deputy leader Tina Bellenie

    Like to Join:

    If interested and wish to join a class, please contact Ulrike before attending your first session.

    We will again offer 2 classes on Monday morning and 1 on Friday morning. For Friday we are still thinking about setting up another beginner class.

    So if you have family or friends who would like to participate (Monday or Friday), please contact me by email. Mid of August I will send out an email newsletter for the Yoga classes with more details and we will start the registration for September classes.

    Wish you all a sunny summer and see you latest in September (don't forget to renew your U3A membership !!)

    We will again offer 2 classes on Monday morning and 1 on Friday morning. For Friday we are still thinking about setting up another beginner class.

    So if you have family or friends who would like to participate (Monday or Friday), please contact me by email. Mid of August I will send out an email newsletter for the Yoga classes with more details and we will start the registration for September classes.

    Wish you all a sunny summer and see you latest in September (don't forget to renew your U3A membership !!)


    • 09 Sep 2019
    • 29 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    Leaders: Betty Dean & Paddy Colcombe

    Email:  Line-Dancing

    Telephone: 962808471

    Mobile: 630205775

    Meet at: CPC

    Meeting Dates: Monday

    (Beginners 10.00 - 11.00, Intermediate 11.00 - 12.30).

    Classes have now finished and will restart on the 9th September 2019. This will be a FREE week so new dancers are welcome to come along and give it a try.

    Come and join us!

    If you'd like some gentle exercise to foot-tapping music in a friendly environment, this could be for you!

    In the first hour, our teacher, Nigel, instructs people who are new to Line Dancing in the basic steps and teaches less complicated dances.  From 11 a.m. Nigel guides us through more complex dances and includes a period of free-dance where requests can be made.

    These days, not all Line Dancing is to Country and Western music, so don't worry if you're not a big Country music fan.  We dance to a wide range of music so there are sure to be other songs that you'll enjoy.

    Most of all, the Line Dance group is a very sociable one, with plenty of chatter in class and frequent short breaks to 'catch up' in between dances. 

    If you think it sounds like it might be for you, why not come along and try it? The first month for all new members costs 3 Euros weekly. Thereafter, 5 Euros weekly, on a pay as you come basis.  If you have any questions or you'd like to find out more about us, or just have a quick chat, please contact either our Group Leader, Betty on 962 808 471, or Paddy on 962 893 206

    We hope to see you soon!!


    • 09 Sep 2019
    • 29 Jun 2020
    • 43 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    Leaders: Betty Dean & Paddy Colcombe

    Email:  Line-Dancing

    Telephone: 962808471

    Mobile: 630205775

    Meet at: CPC

    Meeting Dates: Monday

    (Beginners 10.00 - 11.00, Intermediate 11.00 - 12.30).

    Classes have now finished and will restart on the 9th September 2019. This will be a FREE week so new dancers are welcome to come along and give it a try.

    Come and join us!

    If you'd like some gentle exercise to foot-tapping music in a friendly environment, this could be for you!

    In the first hour, our teacher, Nigel, instructs people who are new to Line Dancing in the basic steps and teaches less complicated dances.  From 11 a.m. Nigel guides us through more complex dances and includes a period of free-dance where requests can be made.

    These days, not all Line Dancing is to Country and Western music, so don't worry if you're not a big Country music fan.  We dance to a wide range of music so there are sure to be other songs that you'll enjoy.

    Most of all, the Line Dance group is a very sociable one, with plenty of chatter in class and frequent short breaks to 'catch up' in between dances. 

    If you think it sounds like it might be for you, why not come along and try it? The first month for all new members costs 3 Euros weekly. Thereafter, 5 Euros weekly, on a pay as you come basis.  If you have any questions or you'd like to find out more about us, or just have a quick chat, please contact either our Group Leader, Betty on 962 808 471, or Paddy on 962 893 206

    We hope to see you soon!!

    • 09 Sep 2019
    • 25 May 2020
    • 18 sessions
    • El Cid Bowls Club in Benidoleig

    Leader:Trevor Perks

    Email: Lawn Bowls

    Telephone:

    Meet at: El Cid Bowls Club in Benidoleig. 

    Meeting Dates:2nd and 4th Monday each month at 1.30pm

    Introduction to Oliva U3A Bowls

    Oliva U3A Bowls have an agreement with El Cid Bowls Club to play once a fortnight on a Monday afternoon. El Cid Bar and Restaurant, under separate management, is run by Charlie and her team who provide a range of facilities including food, mostly English, and of course hot and cold drinks.

    Location - El Cid Bar, Restaurant & Bowls, Carretera Benidoleig-Pedreguer, km 1, 03759, Alicante, Spain.

    The Group leader is Trevor Perks deputy Stu Norris. The group normally play in a friendly and relaxed way for a few hours once a fortnight on a Monday afternoon. Starting at 1.30 after registration and Green fees we draw for partners and opponents for the afternoon and mostly play pairs with four bowls.

    For those who would like coaching, especially those who are new to the game, we will give guidance on techniques and etiquette of the game.

    Green fees for each person is eight euros for each session collected at the start of the session and includes the use of Bowls. Note, many members use the club bowls along with other equipment.There is no Green fee on the first occasion.

    Clothing and Equipment - The El Cid Club would like players to be in whites but will except something close. Footwear can be tricky the purpose of the rules is to protect the playing surface so insist on a different shoe for playing. A flat non heal smooth sole shoe is normally acceptable, as are stocking feet. Please note for the first couple of occasions come as you wish.

    At the pavilion located in the corner of the play area there is a selection of all size bowls for your use. Plus all the support equipment like mats, jacks, score cards and boards, and would you believe sun hats. Our Group box also has measuring tape and chalk.

    Refreshments are permitted at each end of the rinks but must never be taken onto the green.

    The internet links above are helpful and are recommend especially if you're new to El Cid Restaurant and Bowls Club.

    • 09 Sep 2019
    • 11 May 2020
    • 9 sessions
    • El Pelut Restaurant


    Leader: Terry Calpin

    Email: Quiz Coordinator

    Telephone: 962853655 Mobile: 722537628

    Meet at: El Pelut Restaurant

    Meeting Dates: Second Monday of each month       


    The Quiz is usually held on the second Monday of every month at Bar Pelut in Oliva. Please check our Quiz page for details of the next quiz.

    The quiz is open to anyone so long as at least one team member is a paid up member of the U3A. This means your friends or visitors are more than welcome to join us for a fun night including an excellent meal and good company, not to mention great prizes for the winning teams. A three course meal is an integral part of the quiz evening.

    The format is based on a UK Pub Quiz consisting of two rounds of General Knowledge questions on various topics, and three table rounds that are completed before, during and after the meal without a quizmaster (usually picture rounds, Dingbats etc.) 

    There is a prize for the winners of each individual round and a prize for the overall winners. No team can win a prize for more than one round. For example, if a winning team win another round, the runners up will receive the prize so no single team can win all the prizes.

    A team can consist of up to six members with one member acting as team captain. The captain will be responsible for registering the team name on the U3A website and submitting the menu choices for their team at least a week before the event. The team captain will collect all the money due for their team which is payable on the night. The menu for the next quiz will be published on the web site as soon as it's available.


    • 10 Sep 2019
    • 23 Jun 2020
    • 20 sessions

    Group Leader: Terry Stuart

    Email: amblers@u3a-oliva.org

    Mobile: 631 656 525

    Meet: Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month.

    Joint Amblers & Walking Groups Events will be held on a Wednesday.

    Amblers meet every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from late September to Mid May.

    Our walks are designed to be easy on mostly flat roads or tracks.

    The walks last between 2 & 3 hrs with breaks for drinks of water & taking pictures of the beautiful countryside.

    We normally meet up in the morning at Café/Bar for a coffee then start walk. After walk we will have lunch at a restaurant close by to end of walk. If a suitable restaurant is not available we will have a picnic on the walk.

    Please contact the leader if you wish to join our group

    • 11 Sep 2019
    • 13 May 2020
    • 9 sessions
    • TBA

    Group Leader: Steve Topson

    Email: Mountain & Hill Walking

    Mobile: 

    Meet: TBA

    Who we are.

    The Mountain and Hill walking group is for those walkers who prefer longer and a more strenuous jaunt. The leader will organise the route and then let you know the meeting place. You will need to register your attendance for the walk so they know group size etc

    • 11 Sep 2019
    • 27 May 2020
    • 18 sessions
    • TBA

    Group Leaders: Mike Ponting

    Email: ponting.michael@gmail.com   

    Meet: On the 2nd & 4th Wednesday of each month.

    The Walking group meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from late September to Mid May.

    Our walks are designed to be moderately easy, on hill/mountain paths, roads or tracks and should not be too difficult for the average walker.

    The walks last between 2 and 3.5 hours with breaks for drinks of water and for taking pictures of the beautiful countryside.  Group members undertake all walks at their own risk

    On the day of the walk, we meet at a Café/Bar for a coffee before starting the walk. After the walk we may have lunch at a restaurant. If a suitable restaurant is not available we will have a picnic during the walk.

    If a walk has to be cancelled or postponed, we will email group members by 6pm the day before the walk so please check your emails the night before the walk. In the event of an emergency cancellation we will contact walkers by phone on the morning of the walk.

    Dogs are normally welcome but need to be kept under control at all times.

    You would be very welcome to join our Group and should contact Michael Ponting.

    We are always looking for volunteers to lead a walk.  Should you be interested in volunteering, please contact Michael.




    • 11 Sep 2019
    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 42 sessions
    • TBA

    Leader:   Lynne Pilcher

    Email: Photography

    Telephone: 619394786

    Meeting dates: Usually the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month (depending on Fiestas)

    Photo shoot:

    There are no more planned photo shoots until we begin the next season on 11th September 2019.

    Photo review:

    Next meeting: tba

    Anyone is welcome to join us, at either or both meetings, but new members are asked to email the group leader if you wish to join us on the Photo Shoot so that we know who to expect and ensure no-one is left behind.

    In this group it doesn't matter what type of camera you use.  If you enjoy taking photographs and want to capture some of the beautiful landscapes, events and activities that go on in and around Oliva then join us.

    The group is designed for getting out and about, taking photographs and having fun and will usually meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 10:30 a.m.  The date may change, depending on fiestas etc, but will always be advertised on this page.

    For those group members that are interested, there will also be a meeting at 10:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of the month at Viva España. Again, this date may have to change occasionally, but is always advertised.  Group members bring along their favourite 5 photographs, from the previous photo shoot, on a memory stick, and we choose our Photo of the Month which is put on the U3A website. We also have general discussions on our next outings, camera issues, editing software etc. Although this is not a technical help group there is enough knowledge within the membership to help each other out if we have problems or questions.

    • 11 Sep 2019
    • 27 May 2020
    • 18 sessions

    Leader:  Markus Stocklin
    Deputy: Rosa Jones

    Email: Sing and Play

    Telephone:965 050 249 / 696 266 078 

    Time: 18:30 to 20:30

    Meeting Dates:2nd and 4th Wednesdays

    PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR DIRECTIONS TO OUR GROUPS VENUE

    Hi, my name is Markus Stöcklin and I am the leader of the Sing & Play group.

    Before this group was called “Folk, Blues and Beyond Club” and met in the restaurant El Molino. We decided to change the name and open the group for any kind of music.

    After a time of being a group with only few members we are now pleased to have grown to a reasonable group of different musicians singing and playing different instruments.

    We start our meeting with about two rounds of solo presentations and afterwards we perform songs together as a group.

    The main purpose is to have fun together because it is a special experience to make music in a friendly group.

    We have our meetings every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. For the moment we have the possibility to have our meetings in a private house in Oliva from 6:30 to about 8:30 p.m.

    If you would like to join us, just come and have a look. Because most people like music and it makes much more fun to do it in a group.

    Our next meeting will take place on September 11th.


    • 13 Sep 2019
    • 26 Jun 2020
    • 42 sessions
    • San Francesc Social Centre

    Leader: Ulrike Missaghian

    Teacher: Marta Kali

    Email: Yoga Group

    Meet at: San Francesc social centre

    Meeting Days and Times:

    Beginners:

    • Monday -1000-1100 & 1130-1230 
    • Deputy leader TBA

    Intermediate:

    • Friday - 1000-1100
    • Deputy leader Tina Bellenie

    Like to Join:

    If interested and wish to join a class, please contact Ulrike before attending your first session.

    We will again offer 2 classes on Monday morning and 1 on Friday morning. For Friday we are still thinking about setting up another beginner class.

    So if you have family or friends who would like to participate (Monday or Friday), please contact me by email. Mid of August I will send out an email newsletter for the Yoga classes with more details and we will start the registration for September classes.

    Wish you all a sunny summer and see you latest in September (don't forget to renew your U3A membership !!)

    We will again offer 2 classes on Monday morning and 1 on Friday morning. For Friday we are still thinking about setting up another beginner class.

    So if you have family or friends who would like to participate (Monday or Friday), please contact me by email. Mid of August I will send out an email newsletter for the Yoga classes with more details and we will start the registration for September classes.

    Wish you all a sunny summer and see you latest in September (don't forget to renew your U3A membership !!)


    • 13 Sep 2019
    • 26 Jun 2020
    • 21 sessions
    • Café Falda de Loco, Oliva

    Leader:Pam O´Neill

    Email: Booklovers

    Telephone:962855710

    Meet at: Café Falda de Loco, Oliva

    Meeting Dates:2nd and 4th Friday 11:00-12.30

    BOOK LOVERS BOOKS

    IN APRIL OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH was PERFUME A STORY OF MURDER BY PATRICK SUSKIND

    An acclaimed bestseller and international sensation, Patrick Suskind's classic  novel provokes a terrifying examination of what happens when one man's indulgence in his greatest passion—his sense of smell—leads to murder.

    In the slums of eighteenth-century France, the infant Jean-Baptiste Grenouille is born with one sublime gift—an absolute sense of smell. As a boy, he lives
     .to decipher the odors of Paris, and apprentices himself to a prominent perfumer who teaches him the ancient art of mixing precious oils and herbs. But Grenouille's genius is such that he is not satisfied to stop there, and he becomes obsessed with capturing the smells of objects such as brass doorknobs and fresh-cut wood. Then one day he catches a hint of a scent that will drive him on an ever-more-terrifying quest to create the "ultimate perfume"—the scent of a beautiful young virgin. Told with dazzling narrative brilliance, Perfume is a hauntingly powerful tale of murder and sensual depravity.

    IN MAY OUR BOOK OF THE MONTH was TRANSCRIPTION BY KATE ATKINSON. Who is one of our favourite novelists.

    The second world war and the self-conscious tricks of fiction; these are the twin themes that shaped her two most recent, award-winning books, Life After Life and A God in RuinsTranscription continues this exploration of the lies and inventions that make up a life, particularly during a time when all prior certainties – including identity – have been upended.

    Juliet Armstrong has more than her share of such lies. Recruited to the Secret Service at the beginning of the war, she has learned to shift between various names and personae. “And then there was Juliet Armstrong, of course, who some days seemed like the most fictitious of them all, despite being the ‘real’ Juliet. But then what constituted real? Wasn’t everything, even this life itself, just a game of deception?”

    JOIN US TO DISCUSS THESE AND SO MANY OTHER GENRES.


    • 20 Sep 2019
    • 15 May 2020
    • 9 sessions

    Leader: Tina Bellenie

    Email: poetry@u3a-oliva.org

    Telephone: 628 303 443

    Meet at: Calle San Francisco 12

    Meeting Dates: Third Friday 11.30 - 13.15

    We are having a rest for the Summer. In September we will complete our study of English poetry from Chaucer to Ted Hughes with the final unit on Modern Poets. Then we will start to explore poetry in English from other countries.

    New members are very welcome. Please contact the group leader if you are interested.


    • 20 Sep 2019
    • 27 Jun 2020
    • 41 sessions
    • CPC, Oliva

    Group leader: Ray Ingram

    Email: Modern Jive

    Meet: CPC every Friday 18.30 - 19.30  

    Tel: Ray 618897685 for more information.

    The history of modern jive begins with the original Swing era in 1920s and 30s America, when Big Bands took over pop culture. Swing music has lived on ever since, influencing each new generation of music. Swing dance is a broad term to describe a variety of partner dances evolving from the 1920s to the present day.

    The style of partner dancing we know as Modern Jive was initially developed in France after the war, as a development of the Swing dancing brought over from America by the GIs. The name LeRoc shows its French origins. This also explains the name Ceroc, which is derived from ‘C’est le roc’.

    So, come on all you budding Jiveists, get a'boppin at the CPC, and shake that booty! (Even if it is a little slower than the normal jive.) 

    • 01 Oct 2019
    • 19 May 2020
    • 16 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Kelvin Jarman

    Email: Comp & Program support

    or kelvin.jarman@sky.com

    Telephone:   +44 79 481 487 10 (use Whatsapp if possible for free call.

    Deputy Leader: Rayne van Sing

    Meet at Oliva: CPC

    Meeting Dates: 1st & 2nd Tuesday in the Month @ 10.30am: (see description if you cannot make it on Tuesdays)

    The new sessions will be starting early in October.

    Can I ask everyone who may be interested in finding new ways of cursing and screaming at their computer, tablet or phone to register your interest my emailing me please?

    Last year we discussed transferring pictures form tablets and phones, editing and saving them, with help on files and folders, then moved on to some basic video editing, Word and Excel, FaceBook, etc.

    If you have any specific needs, please suggest them!

    Look forward to starting again soon,

    Kelvin

    • 08 Oct 2019
    • 26 May 2020
    • 16 sessions
    • Cafe Falda de Loco


    Leader:John Sharples

    Email:spancon@u3a-oliva.org

    Telephone:962838434

    Meet at: Cafe Falda de Loco

    Meeting Dates: Tuesdays 10:30

    Please note we will start again on Tuesday 8th. October.

    The new sessions will be fortnightly, with an agreed discussion topic.


    CHANGE OF VENUE:

    Please note, our new venue is Cafe Falda de Loco, which is situated at the end of the new Paseo opposite the Poliavent. Click here to see a map.


    Anybody interested in joining the group, and enjoying a coffee and Spanish chat, please contact me.

    We are a friendly group meeting on Tuesday mornings helping each other to improve our Spanish.



    • 08 Oct 2019
    • 26 May 2020
    • 16 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Kelvin Jarman

    Email: Debate

    Telephone: +44 79 481 487 10 

    Deputy Leader:

    Meeting Dates: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the Month



    Welcome to the proposed new group - Debating!

    We are proposing a new debating group.

    The general idea is to meet every 2 weeks.

    At each meeting two people will be selected to debate for and against a proposal at the next meeting.

    Each will have 3 minutes to put forward their ideas and a further 3 minutes to rebut.

    After that, the proposal is opened to the floor. Following general discussion, a vote is taken and the results declared.

    Benefits of a debating group include:

    1) Arrange your ideas and arguments in a logical manner.

    2) Learn to make them succinct!

    3) Learn to appreciate others' points of view.

    4) Speak in public - albeit to a few fellow members.

    Proposals could be anything from serious matters of the day to who is better - Cliff Richard or Justin Bieber!

    So why not come along and have a debate?

    Please contact Kelvin to register.

    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 01 Nov 2019
    • Ademuz

     

    Autumn Gold in Ademuz 2019

     

    Autumn trip to Rincon de Ademuz for Artists, Photographers and Walkers to enjoy the wonderful scenery and autumn colors.   October 29th to November 1st 2019

    Accommodation in the Hostal Casa Domingo. €39.99 single, €71.25 double half pension (dinner, bed & breakfast) per night. It is possible to reserve for a minimum of 2 nights.  Lunch packs can be ordered at the Hostal the night before.

    Register with Joe Bellenie  joebelleniegm@gmail.com

    Registration before September 30th

    No prepayment required Individuals must settle their accounts directly with the hotel on leaving.

    Any Questions please contact:      joebelleniegm@gmail.com    Tel: 636443277

    We are planning three optional walks.

    Wednesday 30th.  “Pico de Tres Rienos” 11k.      This is a medium difficulty walk with great views from the peak of the 3 kingdoms of Aragon, Castile and Valencia. We stop for a picnic lunch at some old abandoned sheep corrals.

    Thursday 31st,   “Estrechos de Ebron” 10k. This is a delightful gorge walk of medium difficulty including stretches of pasarelles and narrow cliff paths, which would not suit people with a tendency to vertigo. It is a linear walk so that walkers can decide to return if they do not want to try the difficult bits.

    Friday 1st. “Ruta de Bohigues” 5.5k. A gorge and river walk and easy.

    There is also the”Ruta de Turia” 6k. An easy and delightful walk along the banks of the river Turia to “Casas Altas” where we can admire the urban art and have drink and a sandwich before returning to the Hotel for a G and T.

    Directions to Ademuz:    We will be traveling using our own transport.

     Take the AP7 direction Valencia and then the A3 direction Madrid. At Utiel take the N330 to Teruel and Ademuz. The Hostal is at the north end of the Town.

    Google Map Denia & Oliva to Casa Domingo Ademuz:  https://goo.gl/maps/Evx2tV6nyLN2

     

    • 01 Nov 2019
    • CPC

    Group Leader: James Ince

    Email: astronomy@u3a-oliva.org

    Mobile: 07512 857667. 

    Meet: CPC. Days/times not yet fixed, but expected to start in November.

    Are you interested in stars -

    NOT Celebrities!, Celestial?

    We are putting a new Astronomy group together and would love your involvement.

    We have a group leader in place  - the Chairman of the Bassetlaw Astronomical Society in North Nottimnghamshire. What we need to know is the level of interest.

    Please email to register your interest here and indicate which day is best for you.

    As the summer progresses we will let you know the times and days of the meetings.

    This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about this fascinating subject which has intrigued man since time began!

    Astronomy is the study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, and galaxies) and phenomena that originate outside the Earth's atmosphere.

    We will start with the basics - even just using our eyes to identify the planets and basic constellations, before moving on to the deeper stuff.

    No equipment is necessary, though even a pair of binoculars will allow you to see new things!

    SOME FAMOUS ASTRONOMICAL QUOTES:

    'To infinity and beyond...!'

    B. Lightyear

    'Been there, done that'.

    B. Aldrin. 



    • 01 Nov 2019
    • 01 May 2020
    • 7 sessions
    • CPC


    Gardening gone to Pot!

    Group Leader: Andrew Turner

    Email: Gardening gone to pot

    Meet: Every 2nd Tuesday, 14.00 - 16.00

    GROUP OUTLINE:  ‘Gardening gone to pot’/container gardening in a Mediterranean climate.

    The new gardening group will now meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month from 2-4pm, alternating between a meeting and a trip out (to either gardens of interest or garden centres). This is a relaxed group with a focus this year on container gardening in our lovely Mediterranean climate. Our members have a variety of different gardens and we share information, suggestions and tips for how to get the most out of planting in pots or other containers whilst also discussing general gardening issues. For more information or if you would like to come on our first trip, scheduled for Oct 8th, please contact Andrew Turner

    About me: I’ve been very keen on gardening for over 30 years now and grew up in Kent with parents who chaired/developed the local Horticultural Society. From town gardens in London to most recently a three acre garden at an Old Rectory on the Essex coast, my partner & I have enjoyed all of the various aspects of gardening in the UK – and now, having retired last year, we are really having fun dividing our time between a smaller garden in Essex and a terraced garden here on the Mostalla mountain outside Pego.

    Here’s what I thought could be the content for this new group and our primary focus:

    Pots –what kind, different varieties (terracotta, ceramic etc.), other types of containers available (baskets, window boxes, urns). How to find the right pot for your space, positioning, aspect, grouping, size, how to arrange, essential tools required

     Planting – which plants do well in pots/why, plants for sun, semi-shade, full shade, soil, drainage, irrigation, watering, feeding

    Creating your perfect pot – knowing what will grow well in your area, colour schemes, scented plants, textures, flowering or green only, seasonal

    Care: re-potting, providing structural support, pests and diseases here in Spain, pruning and deadheading, propagation, what else to look out for so that your pots last (and you don’t have to keep buying new plants for them!)

    Succulents – covers a wide variety of wondrous plants that normally live on window-sills back home!  Perfect for pots. Note: I’d hope to get a friend of mine from Ador to come as a guest speaker on this particular topic. She & her husband have created a superb Japanese garden on top of a mountain and there’s nothing she doesn’t know about succulents!

    Cacti – this could be a separate session but equally suitable for pots and great for structure

    Practical examples/trips to Garden Centres – gardening should always be fun, especially here in Spain with so much choice. So I’d envisage a couple of ‘away-day’ meetings to local garden centres (some are obvious like Montgo Verde in Javea, the ‘gold standard’ of garden centres in my opinion and just like a colourful sweet shop for keen gardeners. Plus others less obvious that have been recommended to me in Muro de Alcoy)

    Note: there’s also a great place to buy pots of all shapes and sizes on the N332 to Javea, so we might need a trip there if anyone’s looking to set up some pots on their patio, balcony or terrace. He does deals and we could possibly buy as a group.

    Trips to gardens – there are a couple of local gardens that have been recommended to me so I think this is worth exploring too so that we could see how pots interact with each other as part of Spanish gardens. We also have I believe a number of U3A members, some wishing to join this group, others simply generous, who would be happy to host meetings at their gardens (so that we can all have a nose around and see what can be done with pots).

     


    • 08 Jan 2020
    • 05 Feb 2020
    • 5 sessions
    • CPC

    Leader: Gill and Howard Rowlands

    Email: Ballroom and Sequence Dancing

    Telephone Numbers: 636736506 and 646119381

    Come and have some fun!

    Wednesday mornings 11:30 until 13:00 at the CPC.

    Starting January 8th, 2020 

    Aim - To provide a basic introduction to Sequence Dancing. This group is for couples, or singles, to learn basic dance steps in a very relaxed environment.

    There will be lots of practice to enable all levels of learning to be addressed. A variety of dances will be covered.

    It is hoped these will be fun and enjoyable sessions and participants will take away some useful dances that can be danced and adapted to most situations.

    No previous experience is necessary.

    Please contact the Group leaders before attending.


     

Past events

14 Oct 2019 U3A Quiz - October 14th, 2019
06 Oct 2019 2 Day: Home Brew Practical Sessions
04 Oct 2019 Free Art Exhibition by the U3A Art Group
08 Jul 2019 U3A Quiz - July 8th, 2019
10 Jun 2019 U3A Quiz - June 10th, 2019
29 May 2019 FLAMENCO FREE DEMONSTRATION AND LESSON
13 May 2019 U3A May 2019 Quiz
29 Apr 2019 IT Workshop & Dropin sessions
08 Apr 2019 U3A April 2019 Quiz
11 Mar 2019 U3A March 2019 Quiz
11 Feb 2019 U3A February 2019 Quiz
14 Jan 2019 U3A January 2019 Quiz
10 Dec 2018 U3A December 2018 Quiz
21 Nov 2018 Walking
12 Nov 2018 U3A November Quiz
06 Nov 2018 Cookery Group
16 Oct 2018 Crafts
12 Oct 2018 Book Lovers
08 Oct 2018 U3A October Quiz
24 Sep 2018 Lawn Bowls
21 Sep 2018 Welcome Back Party Buffet
07 Sep 2018 Choir
01 May 2018 Cookery Group
16 Apr 2018 U3A April Quiz
12 Mar 2018 U3A March Quiz
12 Feb 2018 U3A Febuary Quiz
08 Jan 2018 U3A January Quiz
27 Dec 2017 Sing and Play
11 Dec 2017 Special Christmas Quiz
05 Dec 2017 Cookery Group
16 Oct 2017 U3A Monthly Quiz
10 Oct 2017 Intermediate Spanish2
09 Oct 2017 Spanish Intermediate 1
02 Oct 2017 History and Appreciation of Art
26 Sep 2017 Canasta
19 Sep 2017 Spanish Conversation
18 Sep 2017 Line Dancing - Intermediate
25 Dec 2016 Alternative Christmas
20 Dec 2016 Amblers & Walkers Christmas Lunch & Amble
20 Dec 2016 Amblers
07 Dec 2016 Benidoleig Walk
27 Sep 2016 Jazz Appreciation
20 Sep 2016 Classical Music
17 Sep 2016 Exploring Poetry
15 Sep 2016 Chess
14 Sep 2016 Bridge
13 Sep 2016 Coffee & Chat
13 Sep 2016 Petanque
12 Sep 2016 Advanced Spanish
09 Sep 2016 Badminton
08 Sep 2016 Creative Writing
08 Sep 2016 Zumba
07 Sep 2016 Beginners Spanish
06 Sep 2016 Keep Fit
03 Sep 2016 History
01 Sep 2016 Philosophy
30 Aug 2016 Golf
16 Aug 2016 Photography
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