Category Archives: Newsletter
The August newsletter is now available here.
The talk at the general meeting on the 22nd August by Andrew Harris is on ‘Heritage and HS2’, with emphasis on the recent investigations at St Mary’s Church in Stoke Mandeville.
The July newsletter is now available here.
It’s great news that a couple of new groups are starting, with our third book club already up and running and a Mahjong group likely to start in October. Contact details are in the newsletter.
The June newsletter is now available – take a look here. As mentioned in the newsletter the meeting on Thursday 27th June starts at 1.30 for us to have plenty of time to enjoy the hog roast. Although there is no speaker, the usual books, magazines and groups’ tables will be still there.
The newsletter for May 2019 is now available and as usual it is brimming with news from the groups with many great trips arranged for the coming months. Take a look here.
The speaker for the general meeting in May comes from Florence Nightingale Hospice. Currently celebrating their 30th anniversary year, we will hear all about their superb work.
The April newsletter has arrived – you can read it in full here.
Our next meeting starting at 2.30pm on Thursday 25th April starts with the Annual General Meeting.
The second part of the meeting is a quiz with tea and cakes served during the interval.
We hope you can stay and enjoy a fun afternoon!
The newsletter for March is now available and as Spring has arrived, the Garden visits and Church visits groups are both getting into their stride. The Historic Buildings group have their first trip arranged as do many more groups that have busy programmes planned. Read the newsletter in full here.
The next meeting is on 28th March and the speaker is Leah Lewis from Wheelpower.
The February newsletter is now available and this month the newsletter is packed full of information about new trips planned, Thames Valley Network events and much more from our Groups! Read it in full here.
UPDATED: The speaker at the February meeting, Bernard Lockett, who gave us a most enjoyable talk about Gilbert & Sullivan has let us know that the G&S Festival shows will be taking place in Buxton (24-29 July) and Harrogate (7-18 August) this year. Details can be found at www.gsfestivals.org. Also details of the National G&S Opera Company 2019 Tour can be found at www.ngsoc.org
Happy New Year to all WTU3A members!
Most of the groups have their 2019 programme well under way, and the new Theatre Visits group has got off to a flying start, so we are very pleased to announce details of another new group starting – Touch Tennis (aka Short Tennis).
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in joining Touch Tennis.
Full details are in the January 2019 newsletter – so read all about it here.
The final newsletter of 2018 is here! It includes details about next week’s general meeting on Thursday 22nd November which promises to be a fun, social afternoon.
There is music from Paul Fincken and the Folk, Blues and Beyond group, seasonal refreshments and the annual Bring and Buy Sale.
The October newsletter is available to read here.
Marcia Watson, our speaker for our 25th October meeting, who came to talk to us about Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), asked us to pass on her heartfelt thanks to all our lovely members who left money in the GOSH tin. This came to an incredible……£165. 51!
Marcia undertook her nursing training at the hospital and gave an inspiring talk about the history and ground-breaking work of GSOH. read more …