The Italian group are offering to share their expertise by planning five sessions from January to March 2019 on the topic of ‘Holiday Italian’. These are aimed at those who may be planning a holiday next year and would like some encouragement about how to ask for a beer or a coffee or where the loo is? Or maybe some who would like to give learning Italian a try in a supportive and friendly environment. Participants would join the twice monthly sessions on Thursdays, each of which would be focused on a topic useful for travelers at a basic level.
- blossom 5. catkins 9. sold out 10. Chicago 11. lighter 13. trident 14. buds 15. antithesis 18. three clubs 20 lamb 22. high tea 23. recalls 26. avarice 27. primula 28. designs 29. takes in
- basil 2. obliged 3. scout 4. mat 5. cocktail bar 6. twilight 7. in a mess 8. shoot 12. ringleaders 14. bat 16. sob 17. nestling 19. ragbags 21. alliums 22. heard 24. chick 25. spawn 27. pat
Just to let you know that the new address for the Third Age Trust will be 52 Lant Street, London, SE1 1RB.
The telephone number 020 8466 6139 is unchanged.
Further details are available from the document linked here 10 years of Patchwork & Quilting
The Third Age Trust have issued a new 28 page guide entitled ‘Getting Involved in Research’. The Guide aims to encourage U3A members to get involved in research and provides the basic guidelines on developing a research project. To further demonstrate the interest in research we are directed to projects already in the National Research Database at http://u3aresearch.org.uk
In the same vein, the South East Region Research meting will be held on 5th July at the Royal Holloway University of London in Egham. Cost £5. Places can be booked online or by calling 0208 4666139.
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.
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.