These are being produced weekly at this time and are available from the Newsletter page.
U3A Update about Coronovirus
Help with restarting interest groups including example risk assessments and points to consider is available - Restarting interest groups safely
The latest from National is available via the link here: Covid Guidance - 29 July
2020 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
This went ahead on August 13. Details of the committee can be found in Bulletin 21 and on the Admin page. Please follow this link for the Trustees Report - AGM 2020
RENEWAL OF MEMBERSHIP 2020
In the light of the current situation, there have been some changes to procedures. These can be accessed from the Admin page through the Admin button.
U3A Brand, Image and Identity.
One of our members, John Smith, has written a very interesting report on proposals for the rebranding of the U3A image. This report, which can be accessed on the link, has been sent to the Third Age Trust for consideration. The report is available here John Smith Report
Latest on line talk by David Keep
There is a review and 2 brilliant photos on the Meetings page.
Shared Reading Group
This new group can be found on the Groups page. It is using Zoom and so is up and going now.
Ballet for Seniors and Tap Dancing Groups
Ballet for Seniors Group and the Tap Dancing Group are continuing to operate weekly via ZOOM.
New members are always welcome, at least we can see each other, and learn from our expert and experienced teacher, Tracey, even if it is virtually!
'Exmouth Friends in Need': providing emergency food/medicine deliveries.
If you need to use this valuable voluntary service please see the link to the user guide to help all of us to be "ready and prepared" to use the services of "Exmouth Friends in Need" easily and efficiently (by knowing how they operate - and preparing our FOOD ORDER efficiently for them)
This excellent talk took place on 24 February. There is a review with lots of useful information if you follow this Cybertalk Review
Please go to the Newsletter tab and open the Exmouth and District Newsletter
Exmouth & District U3A Facebook Group
We now have our own Facebook Group.To join this please click or tap on ExmouthU3A Facebook
Exmouth & District U3A Connect & Learn website
This website is now open for all members to use and enjoy. To look at all sorts of ideas and learning opportunities, just click or tap on Connect and Learn website
Red Arrows Talk
Please look at the review to remember an excellent talk - or to see what you missed. Thank you, Christine for getting such a good speaker.
Best of Times Review
We have a brilliant illustrated write up on this event. Please follow the link at the side of the page.
Rotary Events for VE/VJ Day
Please use the VE Day link to Big Band Event (This is now planned to take place on Thursday 13 August).
Patrick was advertising this possible new group at our last general meeting. If you click on the photo you will see how brilliant the models are. If you are interested in joining this group you could email the Group Coordinator to see how to get in touch with him.
Do you think you are missing out on communications from Sandy, Nigel and Others?
These emails may be getting mislaid - please look at the document Receiving Emails from U3A accessible via the link at the side of this page for information and help.
Newsletter & Nigel's Group News
The August editions are available now - from the Newsletter tab. Nigel's General Group News is also available from the Groups page.
There are lots of groups, please go to the pages to look!
Social Committee Events
These are accessible from the Welcome and Meeting pages via a link to the right of the page.
Knitted with Love from Exmouth
Please go to the Knitting webpage to see news of their latest charity endeavours. Thank you all.
Quilting for Fun group helping local museum
Our latest quilt is a “Hearts” quilt which we donated to the Exmouth Museum.
They are raffling this quilt off to help the museum raise funds to survive.
Our quilting group is delighted to donate this quilt. Every member of the group shares the work on our quilts in one way or another, from design, practical sewing, laying out, basting, quilting and finishing! It’s very much a group effort. Our session together help build up our support for each other and this is carried through and beyond our sessions. It makes our completed quilts a bit of each of us. We are delighted to offer our help to the museum, which should remain in the heart of Exmouth. We will be selling tickets over the coming months! An added bonus is that it also promotes the U3A in Exmouth.
Committee Meeting minutes
These can be accessed now from the Admin page.
News from National about MOOCs
These are Massive Open Online Courses. There is some information about them available via the link. Lots of ideas to keep learning new things. Alternatively you can go to https://u3asites.org.uk/advice-on-moocs/. Also there is a link at the side of the page to a personal experience of a MOOC.
Click on a picture below to see it full-size with more details.