We are now arranging our own Zoom talks, starting with a history of the Bayeux tapestry on 20th April at 2pm. If you'd like to attend, please click the envelope icon top right and leave a message. Our friends in Reigate and Redhill and Epsom and Ewell are still inviting our members to their online talks, so there is now plenty of choice. Please see the Events page for more information.
We have started a new online Welsh language group and a one-off Improv workshop will be held on 23rd April. Our first two poetry afternoons went very well, so we're holding another one on in May (date to be announced).
Some other U3As are inviting our members to join some of their groups during the Covid crisis while they're working online. We will be showing full details of these on our groups page in due course.
We are now showing links to all previous Keeping in Touch quizzes on this page, in case you missed them first time round. Any new ones will be added on the Thursday following their first airing with our Keeping in Touch e-mails which go out every Monday. The Christmas Quiz, which was in our Winter Newsletter, is also included.
Photos-U-Share is an online group page for HORLEY U3A Members to share recent photos.
For more details follow the link on the Groups page.
The Gallery page shows photographs that have previously been shown on other pages, such as Gardens or Out and About.
If anyone has any ideas about other things we can share on this website, please let us know.
We've also started our own YouTube channel. Again any ideas for things you'd like to see on it, please tell us and we'll see what we can do.
Stay safe, everyone and let's look forward to the time when we can start to get together again.
Just a reminder that many of the articles which originally appeared on this page are now to be found on our ARCHIVE page. So if there's something in particular you're looking for, it may be there.
Please note; the links are pdf documents, which may take a little while to load up, depending on the power of your computer. Please be patient.