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1st March 2024


This month we  hear from a British Airways Concorde Pilot,  there are two Artificial Intelligence Events
and hear the third talk of the 'Secrets of the Human Brain' series.

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29th February 2024

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Open Meeting Monday 4th March 2pm is still going ahead!
 
You may have heard about the collapse of a cob wall on a building on the corner of Fore Street and Church Lane in Lostwithiel which has resulted in some local road closures and diversions
 
Although it is not currently possible to access Church Lane from the Fore Street end, the Church Rooms remain open and are accessible for pedestrians from South Street. 
 
Therefore, this is just to let you know that next Monday’s Open Meeting - where our guest speaker is Sue Newton from the National Garden Scheme - will be going ahead as planned, starting at 2pm.   
 
 
 
If you don't already know, the level crossing on Grenville Road will be closed to vehicles (but not to pedestrians) from 10pm on Sunday 3rd March until 12pm on Monday 11th March while Network Rail carry out the signalling upgrade to the main line.  

23rd February 2024

The  u3a Friends Newsletter for February 2024 is now available. 

In this issue...

- Membership milestone for Ilkley u3alatest newsletter
- Olympic memories on this month's podcast
- A journey inspired by film

Read on-line via this link  http://eepurl.com/iJO17g

7th February 2024

u3a Online Events February

This month we learn about David Hockney,  there are three science talks to get involved with and the Meditation and Mindfulness 6 week series is back.

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31st January 2024

 
February 2024  Newsletter now available. 
The "internal"  Lostwithiel u3a  Newsletter for  February 24 is now available.

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26th January 2024

New Year Radio Podcast now available

In this episode, hear about an organisation that champions older songwriters, what it's like to live with essential tremor and more.