u3a Thames Valley Network are running a 2-part Study day entitled “Geology of the Thames Valley and why we don’t have volcanoes“. A virtual 2 day meeting using Zoom with Dr Jill Eyers. Dr Eyers studied geology achieving her doctorate in 1992. Since that time, she has lectured for several universities including Reading, Oxford and the Open University.
A talk on the Portraits of Elizabeth I will be given by Professor Susan Doran of Jesus College, Oxford. Please find attached the flyer and application form for this Thames Valley Network event which will take place, via Zoom, on Wednesday 11th November, at 2.30 p.m. Closing date for applications is Tuesday 3rd November.
The first ever u3a Radio officially launched on 29th September.
The national office learning team have been working with member volunteers who are skilled in broadcasting and you can keep listening to u3a Radio wherever you are as it is delivered as a recorded podcast.
Subscribe to the u3a YouTube Channel now. Ela Watts is photographed here producing content for u3a Radio.
The 🍃 September 2020 🍃 newsletter has many great stories about U3A interest groups as we all find our way through the journey of meeting again, whether through social distancing or on line through virtual meetings. The u3a website now has a new look, so check the website regularly for the latest news, tutorials and events.
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