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u3a National Newsletter – 🍂November 2021🍂

30 November, 2021

The u3a newsletter for the ūüćāNovemberūüćā is available here. ¬†As usual there is plenty to read, take part in and enjoy. Including:


November’s u3a Radio Podcast – Episode 12 – Scams, Olympics, Treasure.

Toolkit to Challenge Ageism – It’s not too late!¬†

We hope you’ve had a chance to familiarise yourself with our Anti-Ageism toolkit and put some of the actions into practice.

Thank you to those of you who have already provided your feedback: if you have not yet, we’d love to hear from you.

Third Age Matters

Due to external circumstances beyond our control Рthere may be a delay to when Third Age Matters Magazine reaches you. We are working hard to help rectify this and get the magazine to you as soon as possible.  

You can find lots of events on our online events page.  Here is a sample:

National Kindertransport Day

Tuesday 2 December 10.30-3pm

On National Kindertransport Day, u3a is hosting an event on how some 10,000 children came to Britain, the experiences they had and the impact they have gone on to make to the lives of so many.

Dame Esther Rantzen will be hosting the event which will feature u3a guest speakers, including Kindertransport evacuees themselves, children of ‚Äėthe kinder‚Äô and those who have grown up calling these rescued children their siblings. Join us in ensuring these important stories are not forgotten.¬†

Also on our events page now: learn about the Spanish Armada, venture into the Solar System and make a Vegetarian Christmas dinner.

As usual check the website regularly for the latest news, tutorials and events, some of which are listed below. Our ongoing initiatives are continuing so have a look at our learning pages to see everything that you can get involved in.

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.

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