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For those members that use Wendover Health Centre we have been advised that The Friends of Wendover Health Centre desk has reopened!
You can call between 1pm and 3pm on weekdays to book transport to a medical appointment or to ask for your prescription to be delivered. (Regular prescription deliveries will continue as in lockdown).
Give a ring on 01296 622565 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a follow-on from the very successful Ukulele for Beginners session which we held earlier this year. Priority booking for the Christmas session was given to members who had attended that event, but now it is open to all members, and there are still some places available. Please get in touch with Patsy to check availability if you would like to join in.
We know that some WTU3A members used to go to the ‘Sounds of 50s/70s’ events that Aylesbury Vale U3A used to run at the Aylesbury Tennis Club, so the organiser is happy to invite our members to join the Zoom meetings they are currently running.
The next event is on Tuesday 10th November at 2pm via Zoom. There will be 2 presentations:
‘The Rockin’ 70’s’ – John Wilford
‘Commercial Radio at 100 and 1 day’ – Brian Little
If you are interested in ‘tuning in’, please email Heather Macknight at email@example.com who will provide you with the login details.
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.
The popular U3A series of Zoom tutorials is continuing this week with a new set of dates. There has been great feedback from U3A members who have found them a really useful way to connect in these times.
There are various different tutorials – from those for members who have never used Zoom before to those who want to use it to run groups and meetings. Click here for all the dates.
2021 DIARIES – ORDER By 10th OCTOBER
In case you missed the item in the recent Newsletter this is to remind you that there is still time to order your U3A diary for next year. With a dark blue cover and the usual week to view and notes page the diaries cost £3 each. This year supplies are limited (we have to order in packs of 5) so please order before 10thOctober at the latest. read more …
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.
For previous editions of the national newsletter, see the newsletter archive. Did you know that you can sign up to receive the national u3a monthly newsletter direct to your email inbox? If you wish to do this, please complete the form on the U3A website here.
U3A TVN Understanding Architecture Study day -Thursday 24th and Friday 25th September 10.30am via Zoom
There are still a few places left at the ‘Understanding Architecture’ study day planned for next week by the Thames Valley U3A Network.
The aim of these days is to inform members how to “read” buildings, to understand what we are seeing and what it symbolises, also to provide a brief history of architectural progress from the 18th century to modern times. Please find attached an introduction letter from the Architecture day organiser, Margaret Sherrington (firstname.lastname@example.org), as well as information on the study day and an application form. You can find more information on U3A TVN forthcoming events on their website.