WE HAVE ORGANISED ZOOM MEETINGS AND TALKS TO GET US THROUGH THE PANDEMIC!! TO SEE WHAT HAS BEEN PLANNED FOR THE FUTURE click on Planned virtual meetings AS WELL AS A SUMMARY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.
If you missed it, don't worry, we email links to the recording or you can click on Reviews of the Virtual Talks.
Next Zoom talk Monday 24th May 2021 - 10am 'My journey in Africa – wildlife, conservation and community work'- Alison Mees - Works with the Cheetah Conservation Fund UK
All talks will last approximately one hour and there will be opportunities for questions. The Zoom link to the talk will be forwarded to all members a few days prior to the talk.
The Zoom licence allows up to 100 people to sign into the event and it will be run on a first come first serve basis. We will ask the speaker for permission to record the lecture and if we get their agreement, we will also make it available to all members for a limited time.
The talks are planned for the 2nd Monday of the month, the same time as our usual general meetings. However, there may be additional talks and you will be updated via email and the website
If you need help to join with Zoom click here Help with Zoom
|Dates for your Diary|
|Mon May 24th||10am Talk with Alison Mees My journey in Africa – wildlife, conservation and community work|
|Wed Jun 2nd||NATIONAL u3a DAY - TWO TALKS today|
9.30 am - Talk with Camilla Nichol - 'A two hundred-year Antarctic adventure: a short History of Humans in Antarctica'
7.00 pm - Talk with Dr Rodrick Ashton - What happens to History when our leaders are mad or ill
|Mon Jun 14th||10am Talk with Professor Hans Degens - 'Strong in Old Age! Don't be silly...'|
|Mon Jun 28th||10am Talk with David Stirling - The Goyt Valley- 'A Journey Through Time'|