On Monday 25th June, the Walking Group enjoyed a delicious cream tea after their walk in Bude. The long walkers took off on their hike via Widemouth Bay while the Amblers rambled more slowly along the canal and into Bude. Both groups joined together at 2.30pm to enjoy ginger scones with honey and cream as […]
All U3A’s are only as successful and lively as their members. Have you an interest or hobby that you would like to share with other members? Could you start or lead a new group? You do not have to be an expert – just have enthusiasm. Short courses of a few weeks or months are very […]
The Chess Club meet once a fortnight on a Wednesday morning from 10.00-12.00. The group usually meet in each other’s homes, so its a small group, but they are down to half a dozen regulars and would welcome three or four more. If you are interested, please contact the Group Leader Peter Norman.
At break time, during a recent Singing Group meeting we chatted over a cup of tea and savoured the taste of a biscuit (or two). While we discussed the merits of shortbread biscuits versus chocolate biscuits, Brian Gibson serenaded us with a poem he had recently written. The poem goes well with all types of […]
On Tuesday 15th May, Sally Morgan hosted eight of the Art Group where we watched an excellent DVD – ‘The British Museum presents – HOKUSAI’. The DVD told the history of Hokusai, who was born, lived in and raised by adoptive, artisan parents in Tokyo. He started drawing at the age of 6 and in […]
The Group took “19th century German Cities” as its theme this season. In the course of seven meetings, with cooperative input from more than half the membership, we reviewed 14 cities, from Berlin & Potsdam in the North to Vienna & Salzburg in the South by way of (amongst others) Hamburg & Lübeck in the […]