OUR MONTHLY MEETINGS HAVE NOW GONE ON-LINE VIA ZOOM.
During Covid Restrictions
During this time when we cannot meet up in person, it still is possible to keep in touch with what’s going on in U3A in Wales. There is the launch of U3A radio, there are TED talks, dedicated U3A Facebook groups, plus ‘How to’ technology tutorials too!
For all the information go to: U3A Wales
Statement from U3A (The Third Age Trust) on 16 March 2020:
"We will continue to follow the government and NHS advice on coronavirus. The advice is that from now on everyone should stop non-essential contact with others and adopt social distancing. People who should take particular care to minimise social contact are, among others, people over the age of 70.
U3A is an amazing community and we want to encourage members to share their creativity and ideas, to help support each other over the coming months, and in particular those who will be facing increased isolation and loneliness."
Usually we meet in the lovely Music room at Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro, HR3 5LE for our monthly meetings on the third Tuesday of the month.
Coffee is available from 10am and the morning session starts at 10.30am
The afternoon session starts at 1.15pm after lunch, which can be ordered on arrival in the morning.
The notice boards are on display in the back room before and after the morning lecture.
Guests are welcome.
The day is open to everyone at £5 for members (£15 annual membership, renewable in January) and £7 for visitors.
We hope you will come and join us at the Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro.
U3A national events can be booked via www.u3a.org.uk/events or call the National Office on 0208 466 6139
|Dates for your Diary|
|Tue Feb 2nd||The next virtual Music-All event with music and videos is based around the theme of Animals which always inspires some fun items. Members of the group are asked to put in their requests asap if they have not already done so. There is space in the Group if anyone is a music lover and enjoys widening their appreciation. There are no restrictions on what sort of material we play, and we also welcome the spoken word." David Fry|