We’re all going on a (virtual) Sumer Holiday!
We’re going where the sun shines brightly, we’re going where the sea is blue, we’ve seen it on the movies and we’re pretending that it’s true!
Celebrate the summer with HASSRA Leeds by joining our Staycation. Sign up for your HASSRA Leeds passport and collect a stamp for every one of our qualifying activities between August and September. The person with the most stamps in their passport by the end of September will win a £100 Amazon egift voucher.
Here’s a taster of some of the free lunchtime activities, talks and interesting places that our expert panel of cruise advisors has planned for HASSRA Leeds members:
- Holiday Reading Used Book sale 31/7/18 in the canteen (donations welcome to Elizabeth Letaief on or before the day)
- Origami Corner Bookmarks with the Craft Club – 1/8/18 12:14 book here
- Getting the Most out of Your Ipad – by Alex Eamonson, 20/7/18 12:00 (tbc). book here
- Teas of the World tea tasting session at T2 Tea – 4/9/18 12:15 book here
- Card making using Paper Folding with the Craft Club – 16/8/18 12:15 – book here
We’re also working on lots of other things including:
- Afternoon wind down and relax classes – contact Steve at The Forum
- A Mile Long Walking Route in Quarry House
- A Walking tour of Historic Leeds
- Wine tasting session
- Cocktail master class
- A Bingo session
How to join in
- Register your interest by clicking here
- Collect your Passport at the Holiday reading Book Sale on 31/7 or from Phil at the Forum or Elizabeth Letaief Ground Floor South Zone P
- Book a place at any of the sessions above
- Take your passport along and get it stamped at any of the sessions on our itinerary
- Send your passport to Phill at the Forum by 30/9/18 to be in with a chance of winning
Look out for further qualifying activities in the itinerary in the August newsletter.
If you can’t use the links, email HASSRALeeds.email@example.com with any queries.
Thanks to: Lisa Burnell, Gillian Watering, Lynda Geraghty, Luisa Panetta, Phil Hepworth, Steve Wager, Alex Eamonson, Michelle Dyson and Pat Sames