Stuart Campbell, Ilkley & District U3A, the Trustee for Publicity and Communications, shares their detailed Communications plan.
U3A Members’ contribution to the Living History Diary shared learning project of living through Covid 19, 16th March to 28th March.
Valerie Tams, of Newquay U3A, has set up a blog which interest groups will be able to use as a way to remain connected with each other.
Hugh Munro talks about the Nature Appreciation Group that started this week at Penicuik and District U3A.
Jim Dunn, Convenor of the Rustington Amateur Radio Group, says this hobby is turning out to be an alternative to face-to-face interaction.
Tony Kaye, Harrow U3A talks about how he’s managing to keep his Classical Music Comparison group going.
Pauline Janin, Groups Coordinator, discusses the virtual coffee morning they have planned.
Heather Tilbury Phillips, Bury St Edmunds U3A, speaker at the postponed Mary Quant National U3A Event talks about Mary’s enduring legacy.
Andrew Ings, U3A Subject Advisor for Stage Production, gives advice on how to prepare for a role
Peter Harris Cheshunt U3A talks about how U3A helped him fulfil a dream.
Sue Ward from Congleton U3A talks about Laughing Exercise, a new group she’s set up within her U3A
Veron Thompson from Seaham & District U3A talks about how the Knicky Knack Knitters are part of their County Durham community.