Category Archives: Newsletter
The October newsletter is now available. Read it in full here.
Eric Jackson is our Speaker for our next virtual General Meeting via Zoom on 22nd October. The talk is about The Gunpowder Plot. read more …
The September newsletter is now available. Read it in full here.
Elizabeth Gowing is our Speaker for our next virtual General Meeting via Zoom on 24th September. The talk is entitled “Unlikely positions in unlikely places – a yoga journey around Britain”, and you can read more about Elizabeth, her talk and some of our future planned talks here.
The August Newsletter has now been published. Read the details here.
Our Speaker Secretary, Heather Marshall, has done a splendid job of finding interesting and diverse speakers over the three years she was in the role, but has now handed over the reigns to our new Speaker Secretary, Simon Evers.
Simon has had a real challenge on his hands of late, as many of the speakers that were booked for the rest of the year did not wish to provide their talks over the Zoom platform, so he has had to start afresh! To whet our appetites, Simon has provided us with a synopsis of the speakers and the talks he has booked for our August, September and October virtual meetings. Read the details here.
The July newsletter has now been published, and it contains some good news in that couple of our Groups are now beginning to restart their activities! Read all about here.
The newsletter also has information about our ‘Virtual’ General Meeting on Thursday 23rd July.
Using Zoom, there will be an introduction by our Chairman followed by a talk by Michael Astrop on Origins and Oddities of English Inn Signs . The link to access the Zoom meeting and the Quiz sheet will be emailed to members a couple of days before the meeting. We hope you can join us.
The June 2020 Newsletter is now available to read here. This month includes an update from our Chairman about membership renewals and our AGM.
If you have anything for the next edition of the newsletter, please send your copy to email@example.com
ALL MEETINGS, EVENTS AND VISITS ARE NOW CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The May 2020 newsletter is now available. It includes an inspiring insight into how the Patchwork and Quilting Group has been busy in lockdown.
WTU3A is now 10 years old!
What a great 10 Years its been!
Thank you to Mandi Simons for taking the initiative and founding Weston Turville U3A in May 2010! Thank you too, to all our Group Leaders and members over past 10 years in helping make WTU3A great.
“Learn, laugh and live!” is the U3A strapline and here is a snapshot of photos over the years showing our members doing just that!
REMINDER – ALL MEETINGS, EVENTS AND VISITS ARE NOW CANCELLED UNTIL 1st JULY 2020
The April 2020 newsletter is available to read here and of course there is not much to report due to the current situation. The Chairman and the Committee hope that you are all keeping safe and well. Also, if you have anything for the next edition of the newsletter, please send your copy to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday 17th May.
ALL MEETINGS, EVENTS AND VISITS ARE NOW CANCELLED UNTIL 1st JULY 2020
The March newsletter is available to read here and sadly, as mentioned above, most of it concerns the shutting down of our activities until 1st July due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Welcome to the February newsletter. Read it in full here. The speaker this month is the critically acclaimed author and speaker, Fran Sandham, and the title of the talk is “Dr Livingstone, I presume”.
Also, to all our budding Pru Leith’s and Paul Hollywood’s, get your wooden spoons at the ready! Information and entry forms for the Bake Off Competition to be held at our Ten Year Anniversary launch at the monthly meeting on 28th May are available via the link here. Get your entry in by 23rd April. Get ready and….BAKE!
Your first newsletter of 2020 is attached and gives the details of some of the activities that are on during the early part of the year. Read all the news here.
The first meeting of 2020 is on Thursday 23rd January and we welcome back Tom Way who came to us a couple of years ago. Tom’s talk will be on wildlife photography. Start time is 2.30pm at the Rugby Club.