Members may be interested to know that St. Peter’s Upper Church will have a large screen displaying the events of the late Queen’s funeral which will take place at 11 pm on Monday 19th September.
We, the members of Pembury u3a, in Kent, wish to pay our respects to Queen Elizabeth II and to send our sincere condolences to her family and those close to her, at this sad time.
We acknowledge with gratitude her integrity, strength, public spirit and belief in the unifying force of living and working together.
The Pembury u3a Data Protection Policy has been revised to reflect the adoption of the Third Age Trust Beacon management system for storage and administration of membership data. You can find the revised version of the document in the reference section of this website.
Our Vice-Chairman Chris Rock has organised a Facebook Group for Pembury U3A members. This group has been set up to enable members to stay in touch during the current restrictions. You can apply to join the group by clicking this link
For those of you who use Facebook. Here is a link to a U3A keeping-in-touch group.
Members may also wish to sign up for the regular U3A newsletter and you can do this by going to the U3A site at u3a.org.uk and clicking on the Newsletter tab.
Further details are available from the document linked here 10 years of Patchwork & Quilting
Have you ever wondered what happens to your domestic waste? Philip Murrell did wonder and he arranged the February monthly meeting of the Science and Technology group to find out more at a disused rag stone quarry next to the M20 motorway! Read on to find out more. Continue reading “What A Load of Rubbish!”
Time to Review Your Internet Security
The current trend for more and more organisations to operate mainly (or even exclusively) online means that we are forced to share some of our information via internet websites. Cyber criminals are keen to take advantage of this and we all need to be aware of the risks and how to avoid them.
By observing a few fairly simple rules we can very much decrease our chance of being ‘hacked’ and bring us some peace of mind while operating online.
In addition to the information below, the website at https://getsafeonline.org has very comprehensive advice to help you review and secure your system. Continue reading “Review Your Internet Security”
A new website has been set up to highlight the work of the 30 U3A groups currently operating in Kent. It will also show details of Forum events etc.
You can reach the website from the link in the content panel of our website.