Northwood & District

Events

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MONTHLY MEETINGS

Our Monthly Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month and currently hosted via Zoom until physical gatherings can resume.

In normal times we would meet at 10.30am at the Fairfield Church Hall, Windsor Close, Northwood Hills HA6 1PB. Parking spaces are limited on site and in the immediate vicinity. On Site spaces are reserved for blue badge holders and must be pre-booked. Details can be found in the newsletter and at the meetings Buses routes 282, H13 and H11 stop nearby and the Northwood Hills Metropolitan Line station is also within easy reach. The Church building has full disabled access and a loop system is installed.

HOLIDAYS/ SOCIAL EVENTS/ OUTINGS AND VISITS / WALKS AND RAMBLES / LONDON GUIDED WALKS

When available details of Outings,Visits,Social Events,Walks and Rambles are briefly listed below. Press Holidays, Theatre Outings, Social Events, Outings, London Guided Walks,or Walks and Rambles as appropriate for further details.

EQUIPMENT BOOKINGS (in normal times)

The current equipment bookings lists are displayed below. To request a booking (Northwood U3A Group Leaders ONLY) please press {Fairfield Equipment Bookings} for a Meeting in Fairfield Hall OR {Roaming Equipment Bookings} for a Meeting not at Fairfield Hall . If it isn't in the list it isn't booked!

RECOMMENDED MEETINGS, COURSES AND TALKS

For talks and courses organised by the Third Age Trust please press National Events
For talks organised by the U3A London Region please press London Region Winter Talks 2021.


Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Wed Mar 3rd 10.30 by Zoom. Talk by Shirley Askew ‘Howarth and the Brontes’
Mon Mar 15th 10.30 By Zoom. ABP Talk by David Burnell – “Architecture and the 225 Bus route – a personal reminiscence” part 2
Mon Mar 29th 10.30 By Zoom. ABP Talk by Aidan Walker- “Belfast (title TBA)
Wed Apr 7th 10.30 By Zoom Talk by Mary Smith Jones. “A Schoolgirl’s War”. She will be showing and talking about drawings of school life during WW2. These were done by an Art Teacher.
Mon Apr 19th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Guy Rowston – “The wrong side of the river – Southwark story”
Mon Apr 26th 10.30 By Zoom. ABP Talk By Sean Patterson – “Charles Booth – Victorian Whitechapel”
Wed May 5th 10.30 By Zoom Talk by Sarah Slater “The Ghosts of Hampton Court Palace”.
Mon May 17th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Will Rathouse –“Pageantry and Celebrations on the Thames”
Mon May 24th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Gareth Davis – “Edinburgh New Town”
Wed Jun 2nd 10.30 By Zoom Talk by Bruce Greenan. “The Story of Northwood.”.
Mon Jun 21st 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk By Marilyn Greene – “Trains , drains and Remains”
Mon Jun 28th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Mary Moore – Birmingham (Title TBA)
Wed Jul 7th 10.30 By Zoom Talk by Brian Fernby. “Jumping Joe Byrele”. This is about an American serviceman who was a double agent.
Mon Jul 19th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Jane Parker – “Alternative Art Deco”
Mon Jul 26th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk By Stephen Benton – “Passengers No More”
Wed Aug 4th 10.30 By Zoom Talk by David Allen. “The Lady Poisoners of Victorian England”.
Mon Sep 20th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Alec Forshaw “Art Noveau in Brussels”
Mon Oct 18th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Alison Wall – “Chenies Manor”.
Mon Nov 15th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Pernille Ahlstrom –“ Whitehall: What is it?”
Mon Dec 20th 10.30 By Zoom ABP Talk by Rob Smith – A Victorian Christmas in Islington (Zoom) TBC
Other Events
Mon Mar 8th Geoff Pick: Realms of Gold - John Keats, his Story, and his Poetry On Zoom. 17.00 - 18.00, Log on from 16.30. Click here for details and registration: London Region Winter Talks 2021
Mon Mar 22nd Tony Dayan: I Can’t Believe We Still get Medicines from Plants On Zoom. 17.00 - 18.00, Log on from 16.30. Click here for details and registration: London Region Winter Talks 2021