Jill Turner, Trustee for Royal Socity of Public Health and U3A In Kennet, reflects on some of the initiatives enabling people to maintain their health and wellbeing in later life.
Paul Foss, national U3A subject adviser for opera, writes about the opera top ten.
Is it scientifically proven that physical exercise improves brain health by actually growing brain cells, explains Jenny Wilson of Croydon U3A.
Jenny Wilson of Croydon U3A introduces an innovative way of getting started in yoga.
National subject adviser Henry Howarth authors the world’s first interactive app for learning cryptic crosswords.
Anne Andrews writes about South East London U3A’s fungus group.
Maggie Gravelle from South London U3A talks about the award-winning SLP into the 100th anniversary of the Women’s Royal Naval Service.
Ann Higgins of King’s Lynn U3A writes about her experience of running a shared learning project.
Gillian Brown of Callington U3A relates how U3A members spent a day learning about the history and geography of Cornwall, from maritime heritage to local fauna.
Geraldine Lee of Aylsham & District U3A has embarked on a project to mark the bicentenary of the death of the great landscape designer Humphry Repton.
John Battison of Paignton U3A manipulates photographs on his computer with digital imaging software to create stunning, impactful art.
Robert Mott from Epsom and Ewell U3A talks about an exciting joint project with the Royal Philatelic Society in London to create a virtual museum.