Boston U3A visit Sleaford REP
As part of our regular visitor programme to explain how our renewable power station operates, members of the Boston branch of the University of the Third Age, better known as U3A, visited the power station on October 31st.
The U3A movement in this country aims to encourage groups of people in their "third age" to come together and continue their enjoyment of learning in subjects of interest to them. The guiding principles are to promote lifelong learning through self-help interest groups covering a wide range of topics and activities as chosen by their members. The "third age" is defined by a time in a person's life (not necessarily chronological) where they have the opportunity to undertake learning for its own sake, and who perhaps are no longer in full-time employment or no longer raising a family.
Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant aims to host visits from local groups on a monthly basis. We can host 12 people at a time, and each tour lasts approximately two hours. For further information, please email us or call 020 8392 8250.