Aims and Objectives
Andy Melville-Jackson tel: 01844 347128
Community Centre, Cherry Baker Room
Third Tuesday, every other month (odd months) . 2pm – 4pm
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- 29/03/2018 2:00 pmComputer Security, Scams and Saving Money
- 15/05/2018 2:00 pmTBA
- 20/07/2018 2:00 pmPolitics
For the full schedule for this group follow this link: Interest Group Calendar
What we do
The Workshop does not just cover financial aspects but a wide variety of subjects of interest to members. Over the last few months we have covered the following topics:
In March Andy presented a Talk on the People’s Budget looking at the various options available to the Chancellor.
In May Noel Austin gave us a talk on Tax, Care and Toy Boys. The latter caused some merriment but became serious with the legal and financial implications of late life marriages being discussed.
In July Andy gave us an update on the options for Brexit which was well received despite all the recent publicity. Again the presentation is attached for interest. This followed up Rt Hon David Liddington’ s marvellous talk on Brexit last autumn.
We hope you can come along and make a contribution to the workshop. Any requests or ideas for future subjects would be welcomed.
Members are reminded that during any Workshop, no advice is given and no speaker (nor the U3A) is liable for any action by any member as a result of information gathered .
“I finally know what distinguishes man from the other beasts : financial worries.” -Jules Renard
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