Tod1y 27 of us were travelling to the Minack via a Holmans Coach to see Stephen Sondheim’s “A Little Night Music”. Really disappointed that we had to cancel this trip but looking at the weather – maybe it was a fortuitous delay. Why is it that the weather in England in June is so unpredictable? […]
U3A members across the movement have been finding creative ways to keep learning and stay in touch with each other during these uncertain times. This film is a visual snapshot of just some of the amazing ways U3A is staying connected with each other. What are other U3A’s up to
On a warm and sunny day on Dartmoor what could be better then a walk on Dartmoor at Foggintor Quarry? Six of the Amblers, having arrived in their own cars, enjoyed the experience at a suitable social distance. The pace was leisurely, the landscape was wonderful and it was great to see fellow Amblers ‘face-to-face’ […]
Welcome to the ‘new normal’ – identified in the summer edition of the Third Age Matters magazine which dropped through my door this week. Reading through the magazine really highlighted how things have changed for U3A groups and how difficult lockdown has been for all of us. But, it will end at some point and […]
If you haven’t yet done so, think about signing up to the Arts Society Instant Expert emails. They regularly send out fascinating information from their lecturers with opportunities to join discussions, read blog posts and join lectures at home. A recent mail was from Sarah Dunant who is a novelist, broadcaster and critic. Among her […]
Thank you to every member who has sent in pictures taken in their garden or on local walks. It really does highlight how lucky we all are to live in such a beautiful place.