Members across the u3a movement say thank you to the members who have helping them over the last few months.
Chair of the International Committee, Auriol Ainley, gives an update on what the International Committee have been up to over the last month.
Ed Baker talks about how Ealing u3a has adapted to using Zoom for monthly meetings.
Margaret Fiddes from Sherburn and Villages u3a talks about how the Gardens group have started visiting each other’s gardens again.
Jacqui Osley talks about restarting the felt making group she runs at Crouch End and District u3a.
Mary Corcoran talks about how Bolton u3a’s Stitch and Craft Group created an authentic 1930s washing line as part of a project with Bolton University.
Jayne Wright discusses how Ledbury U3A has approached lockdown, which for many of its members has led to an increase in creativity.
Jennifer Simpson talks about a new shared learning project looking at the health of Post Office workers in 1901.
Beginning a new series sharing their skills and experiences, U3A members talk about working in broadcasting.
Dr Marie Elisabeth Deroche-Miles, a member of U3A International Committee, explains why now is the perfect time to become a pen pal.
Read about the High Street Project, a new project looking at the impact of Covid-19 on our high streets.
Jeff Carter, one of the judges for U3A Eye, reflects on what makes a compelling picture using examples from past U3A Eye submissions.