MONTHLY MEETINGS take place at 2.30pm on the last Wednesday of each month, except December, and are held at the Clarendon Hall, York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3BZ. There is limited car parking for a maximum of two hours but York House is on the bus routes 33, R68, R70, H22 and 490 (Lebanon Court bus stop).
We usually have a speaker, with a varied programme of subjects.
Local and National U3A news items are displayed on a noticeboard in the meeting room together with other items of local interest.
Members pay £1 (please bring your membership card) and non-members £2, which includes refreshments.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Fri Oct 26th||Art History - Impressionism to Modernism||Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Britain|
2pm at the Meeting Point by the bookshop upstairs, to tour the exhibition and then discuss it over coffee.
Please contact Pramila Muthiah if you would like to join this outing.
Email: email@example.com or Tel: 07758 355 357
|Wed Oct 31st||Meeting||MONTHLY MEETING Clarendon Hall, York House 2:30|
Literary London by Diane Burstein
Diane will give us an illustrated “armchair tour” of Literary London from Fleet Street to Bloomsbury and Soho tracing sites associated with Chaucer, Shakespeare, Dr Johnson, Orwell, Eliot, Woolf and many others, “visiting” the places where famous authors lived, worked and loved.
Diane Burstein has 20 years experience of working as a registered London Blue Badge Tour Guide. She loves to show both visitors and Londoners the lesser known sights away from the tourist trail. In addition to leading her tours she makes regular radio broadcasts on BBC London on the subject of “Secret London” and is a tutor on London themed courses for two leading adult education Institutes – City Lit and Bishopsgate Institute.
|Wed Nov 28th||Meeting||MONTHLY MEETING Clarendon Hall, York House 2:30|
Living Well at Home - with the Right Homecare, by Clare Jefferies.
This talk discusses how relationship-led quality home care can support older people and their families remain happy, healthy and connected with their communities.
Clare Jefferies is the owner of an organisation called ‘Home Instead’. Her biography to follow.
|Wed Dec 12th||Meeting||MONTHLY MEETING Clarendon Hall, York House 2:30|
It is hoped that we will have a ‘talent show’ , featuring our members. We are still at the planning stage, so watch this space!