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News

SWING AND TRAD JAZZ
The Swing and Trad Jazz Group have changed the regular date of their meetings from the 2nd Tuesday in the month to the 3rd Tuesday. See the Groups Page for more information.

WALKING NETBALL
The Walking Netball group set up after our AGM on 28 September has been a great success. Look for more information on the Groups Page.

PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP 2019 CALENDAR
Thank you for all your orders for the Photography Group's stunning 2019 'WATER' Calendar. Calendars are now available for collection at the Meeting or Group you indicated on your order forms, or will be posted if you have requested this.

YOUR DATA PROTECTION
Members personal details and how we store them is important to us. Our Data Protection Policy and Policy Document are now available on the Members Page.

JOIN A NEW SHARED LEARNING PROJECT
The Spalding Gentleman’s Society holds some 30 boxes of documents relating to Sir Joseph Banks and the Stanhope family who inherited his estate. An exciting new Shared Learning Project will work on these Banks-Stanhope papers with the support of the society’s archivist. There is much more information on the SLP page. If you are interested in finding out more or joining this project, please contact the East Midlands Shared Learning Project Coordinator.

LEARNING WITH HECKINGTON MILL
Several of our members recently worked on an exciting Shared Learning Project with Heckington Mill. Find out more at Our Shared Learning Project.

PALS NEEDED
After a successful years’ trial of our newly formed PALS system, we are looking for more members to become PALS. Last year we were pleased to welcome 90 new members to our U3A and look forward to doing the same, or even better, this year. Some of our original PALS have moved away and, together with our increased membership, this means more PALS are needed. If you would like to become a PAL contact the Membership Coordinator for more details.

THIRD AGE TRUST
The Third Age Trust have relocated to 52 Lant Street, London, SE1 1RB. The office number remains the same 020 8466 6139 and is open to enquires Mon to Fri 9.30 am to 4.30 pm

The Third Age Trust also has a new website. You can find it on https://www.u3a.org.uk/. You will need to create a new account even if you had an account on the last website but you will only need to log in to view the advice section, book events, or access resources.