Update 1st November 2021

A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our AGM whether online, by post or in person. Results of the voting will be published in the Update following the committee meeting on November 15th.

Group News

Classical Music Visits
The Classical Music Visits group is hoping to re-start shortly. If you’re interested in attending classical concerts at the Bridgewater Hall with other keen music lovers please contact Roger Kay for more information and the latest programme of events rogeru3aconcerts@outlook.com

Pilates & Yoga
We still have a few places available on the Thursday Pilates and Yoga groups
Pilates 1 – 9.00am -10.00am
Pilates 4 – 10.15am – 1.15am
Yoga 5 – 1.00pm – 2.15pm
If you’re interested please contact the Groups Co-ordinator – groups.co-ordinator@sandbachu3a.org.uk

Talking Travel

The next Talking Travel meeting will take place on Friday, 19th November and will be a talk entitled “The Frozen North”
This will be an introduction by Jinty and Geoff Pyke to a holiday experience above the Arctic Circle via a cruise up the Norwegian Coast.


This trip encompassed wonderful scenery, stormy seas and minus 15 degree temperatures, but it was a holiday not to be missed!  If you’d like to attend this talk and are not already a member of the group please email groups.co-ordinator@sandbachu3a.org.uk

On Friday, 18th February  the talk will be “The Caribbean Islands”. A talk with slides about the naming and history of the islands and where we can find a little sunshine in February, kindly presented by Shena.

Other Talking Travel  meetings to be arranged – Would you like to volunteer to give a talk?  If so, then​ emailtravel@wanda46.co.uk.

Local News

Healthwatch Cheshire will be taking a Healthwatch van and engagement stands across Cheshire over a 9-week period, from 20 September to 19 November 2021, to hear about your health and wellbeing, your views and experiences of health and care, and to share key information about health and care services, as part of Healthwatch Across Cheshire.

The van will be at Sandbach market on 11 November.

Every comment we receive is fed back anonymously to health and care providers and commissioners, so popping along to talk to us is your chance to make sure that those who make decisions about health and care locally know what matters to you. We will also be joined by people from local health and care services, and voluntary and community groups, so you can find out the latest information about what is going on in your area and receive tips and advice for self-care.