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Photos above our fascinating talk on 4th October about the history of Sulgrave manor near Banbury and its link to George Washington. The talk was given without a script, without a microphone and without visual aids other than the splendid Tudor costume worn by the speaker - Laurence Washington, Lord of the manor of Sulgrave and Stuchbury (aka Martin Sirot-Smith). He held the audience spellbound with the story spanning the Middle Ages to modern times.


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The U3A Family History Group has arranged a visit to The Hertfordshire Archive and Local Study (HALS) centre on Tuesday 12th December 2017 where they will be given a tour of the archive. They have also requested that the archivist covers workhouses in Hertfordshire as a specialist topic.
They plan to meet at 1:50pm at the archive which is based in County Hall, Pegs Lane, Hertford SG13 8DQ. The cost will be a maximum of £5 per person.
They have 5 spare places - if you wish to come please email Brian Bolton-Knight at brian@dbk.org.uk


Notices - 15/11/17


Membership Badges may be collected at the following Wednesday morning meetings:-
20 September & 1 November at Hatfield, and 27 September & 25 October in WGC.
They can also be collected on Monday 27 November at the New Members Coffee Morning in Verulam House, WGC.


The minutes of the 2017 AGM are on the "Committee" page of this website


A working group was set up by the Chairman of the Third Age Trust in 2016 to look into the future structure of the Third Age Trust, and this group has published its findings and recommendations. You can read these by clicking here (PDF).


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