U3A Vall del Pop news

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SUGAR CRAFT/ CAKE DECORATION GROUP

At the U3A Vall del Pop general meeting on March 2, three members of the sugar craft/ cake decoration group put on an exhibition of their skills, with samples of the beautiful figures, flowers and ornate shapes they can create.

The creations can then be used to decorate cakes for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and a whole host of other special occasions.
The group meet once a fortnight in Alcalali.
General Meeting with speaker Daniel Herranz
At next month’s general meeting on April 6 in Murla, Daniel Herranz will give a talk on Spanish taxes, in their many forms.
Daniel started his career in 1995 as a lawyer in Valencia, before becoming a member of the European Young Lawyers Scheme in England, obtaining a Diploma [with merit] in English Commercial Law and a Proficiency in English degree, before becoming a trainee lawyer at a shipping law firm in London.
In 1999, Herranz returned to Spain and established his own practice in Benissa. He is also a lecturer at Valencia CEU Law University, Valencia Legal Bar, the Chamber of Commerce and has given numerous seminars to companies and associations.
Coming up
April 4 – Shopping at La Zenia
April 10 – Egyptology Group Meeting ‘Houses of Millions of Years’ at Jalon Town Hall
May 4 – General Meeting with speaker Lorraine Bellami on ‘Working with BOAC/BA’
May 11 – Valencia Day Trip to Lladro Museum
May 15 – Egyptology Group Meeting ‘The Body in Tomb 55’ at Jalon Town Hall
June 17 – Barn Dance
For further information check out the U3A Vall del Pop website – http://u3avalldelpop.com. The U3A is all about enjoyment and learning, and this is particularly evident in the U3AVall del Pop group, whose members generally meet on the first Thursday of each month at the Polivalent Centre in Murla.

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