U3A Marina Baixa up and running again

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U3A Marina Baixa up and running again
POST-MEETING LUNCH: Lunch in La Nucia after U3A Marina Baixa’s last meeting Photo credit: U3A Marina Baixa

U3A MARINA BAIXA has provided friendship, events and activities for English-speakers no longer in full-time employment since 2006.

Their area covers Benidorm, Villajoyosa, Albir, Alfaz, Altea, La Nucia, Polop and inland as far as Guadalest.  Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of each month, with the exception of August and December.

Now that movement is permitted outside the Valencia region, U3A Marina Baixa’s Travel co-ordinators have arranged a visit in June to Bodegas D. Florentino Perez just outside Valencia.  A trip to Extremadura is planned for March next year with others still to be arranged

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There are regular opportunities for members to enjoy a meal out thanks to the Social and Events co-ordinator as well as several groups offering a wide range of weekly or monthly activities.

To find out more about U3A Marina Baixa, visit their website  www.u3amarinabaixa.com  for details of groups and forthcoming events, along with the latest monthly Newsletter. They also have a Facebook page.. Membership cost €10 euros a year.

Those without internet access information should contact the U3A Marina Baixa president, Ruth Morris (663 562 316) or their secretary, Kathleen Bailey (615 745 366).


The U3A Marina Baixa’s next meeting will be held at 11am on Monday 28 June at the Casa de Cultura in Alfaz.


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