Potters Bar printers try something different in 2010
December 21, 2009 by Lyndon
It may come as a surprise to learn that there are over 60 social groups active in and around Potters Bar. They cover everything from amateur gardening, art appreciation, bridge for beginners, card making and calligraphy; to mention just a few.
Group activities are published on the Potters Bar U3A website. A variety of activities and events are planned for 2010. For example, The London Walks Group is holding a meeting on 9th January to plan a three stage walk in 2010. The walk will start at the source of the New River and finish at Saddlers Wells. There will be three stages to the walk, the first on 5th June, followed by the second on 17th July, and the final stage on 9th October. Each stage will cover 8 to 10 miles. The group are also planning a trip to Switzerland in the New Year. They promise a varied programme which will include a visit to the famous CERN Laboratories.
It would appear that there is no representation among the groups from print companies in Potters Bar. The organisers are always interested to hear about a proposal to add a new group to its list. Potters Bar U3A is a member of the Third Age Trust, dedicated to the advancement of learning, recreational and leisure activities for older people.
A benevolent printing company in Potters Bar would have something very interesting to offer, based around print, and it would also offer an excellent public relations opportunity. Potters Bar printers, why not try something different in 2010?