Welcome to the University of Leeds Ladies' Club
96th Session 2020/2021
In the absence of monthly meetings, the committee has decided to keep in contact through a monthly newsletter, extracts from which can be found in the programme for Autumn term. Please consider subscribing news to it.
Visiting Leeds University Union
The Ladies' Club is now in its ninety-sixth year.
We are a friendly group of about a 100 members, with a varied programme of talks, social events and visits to places of interest. Above is a picture taken on the 13th of February 2020 in the Round Theatre of the Union Building. For more information regarding this visit consult the Spring Programme and the Gallery.
The Ladies’ Club usually meets either at:
Devonshire Hall, Cumberland Road, Leeds LS6 2EQ
or at University House on the university campus.
See the two images upper right.
Coffee or tea, with biscuits or cakes, will normally be served before talks.
It is important that you inform the named person on your personal programme by the due date, if you wish to attend, as we have to advise the venues of numbers in advance.
THE ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION FOR 2019-20 was £10.00.
Please note that 2020/1 will be a free year, so the next subscription will not be till September 2021
Details are available to members in their printed programmes. Please make your cheques payable to: University of Leeds Ladies' Club and send to the membership secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or if you prefer, you may now pay for this and for other events directly to ULLC by Bank Transfer (BACS)
Please ensure that your name is given in the transfer details, as we will be unable to identify you without this information.
Information regarding eligibility for membership can be accessed under the menu tab:
It is with many regrets that we report the death of former Club Secretary and long-term member of the committee, Joan Wilson. Joan had been ill for several months and died in late September. She was a much valued member of the committee for a number of years and a good friend to many of us. We shall very much miss her warmth and humour and the knowledge she brought with her to the Garden Group. She was surrounded by a very loving family and we send our sincere condolences to them.
Addresses and phone numbers of contacts can be found on the written programme made available to members each term.
There are two groups, which would normally meet informally once a month at members’ homes.
The Group normally meets on the first Monday of each month but not this term.
at 2.00pm for 2.15pm.
LOCAL GROUPS :
The local groups would normally meet in members’ homes once a month.
Details are available from the Local Group Leaders