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3rd June 2024

u3a Online Events Newsletter for  June 2024 now available

- Help us Remember with the War Memorials Register
- Mike Trevethick talks to us about Vaccines
- We have two Olympics-based events 


   Read the full  newsletter on-line

31st May 2024

Grand Family History Day Saturday 15th June
Family History Day 
On Saturday 15th June there will be a Grand Family/Local History Discovery Day at Liskeard Public Hall, West Street, Liskeard presented by South East Cornwall Museums Forum.

The event promises to help you discover your ancestors, heritage and roots with information and displays from many local groups including the Cornwall Family History Society, Devonport Naval Heritage Centre, Cornwall Regimental Museum, Saltash u3a Ancestral Time Travellers, Lostwithiel Museum plus our very own Lostwithiel Area u3a Family History Group.

 Entrance is free and doors open at 10am until 3pm .  Refreshments will be available.  More information on the Visit Liskeard website.

31st May 2024

Newsletter June / July
 
 
Lostwithiel u3a Newsletter: April - May 2024 published today.
 
In this issue we have a a report of our AGM and  Open Meeting  held on 20th May 24, News of Grand Family History Day on 15th June,  plus updates from our groups including plans for a new Pickleball Group.
 

23rd May 2024

 

The  u3a Friends Newsletter for May 2024 was published today

In this issue...

- Meet our Great North Run runners
- The winners of the u3a poetry competition
- Living life to the full 


Read on-line via this link http://eepurl.com/iQor46

1st May 2024

Wikimedia CC0 u3a Online Events Newsletter for  May 2024 now available

- We hear from the Royal Osteoporosis Society,
- Peter Higginbotham presents on the Workhouse,
- The 6 part Cryptic Crossword series returns

   Read the full  newsletter on-line

30th April 2024

Ilkley u3a member Peter Higginbothom talks about his research into workhouses and how they evolved through the years. Later on in the episode, Margaret Fiddes talks about the first ever u3a festival taking place later this year - with opportunities for life drawing, stargazing and walking football.

Plus, learn about how the brain works, discover the history of The Lions Club, and we hear from u3a member Bob Wells who started his own podcast in the pandemic - and will soon be joining the u3a radio podcast team.

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