Events 2020 - Apr 2021
Woodstock and District U3A are open for business again.
Whilst we are still unable to meet in person, we are now able to offer a full programme of Speaker Talks online via Zoom. All the talks will start at 2pm.
The September talk was a fascinating lecture on Bees and it was lovely to ‘see’ so many people joining and thoroughly enjoying the session. In October Katrina van Grouw, ornithologist, artist and author, spoke about her fascinating life and the books she has written. In November Shona Kennedy, a Nutritionist, gave an interesting and enlightening talk about The Gut.
Zoom can be used on any PC or tablet with internet connection. It is very straightforward to join a Zoom meeting and any Member of the Committee would be very happy to give advice if required.
We look forward to 'seeing' you at the next meeting.
Don't forget to check the links on the right-hand side to extra 'events' and information. Please see our Links page for other useful items and a link to the monthly National u3a newsletter
|Dates for your Diary|
|Wed Aug 18th||WOODSTOCK u3a MEMBERS GARDEN PARTY|
Wednesday 18th August 2021
2pm to 4.30pm
just drop any time and join us for Fabulous Cakes and Fruit Punch
The Back Field adjacent to the Community Room
Shipton Road, Woodstock OX20 1LP (parking on site)
|Tue Sep 7th||THE WORK OF THE WAR GRAVES COMMISSION|
An interesting talk about the history of the Commonwealth War Graves Commisssion and how their work continues today
|Tue Oct 5th||DIVIDED BY A COMMON LANGUAGE?|
David Grylls "British and American English"
Are you curious about the changes in our language? George Bernard Shaw said Britain and America were two countries "divided by a common language". A good line, but is it really true? Through an amusing and informative look at spelling, grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, David Grylls looks at the truth of Shaw's statement.
|Tue Jan 4th 2022||THE ROYAL NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF will be giving a talk to our branch early in 2022. In the meantime they have very kindly sent us an extremely useful and informative leaflet on MANAGING HEARING LOSS AND TINITUS. Please see the link on the right|