Provided by National U3A, applicable for England
Are you interested in Poland – its language, history & culture?
The aim of this day is to inform members how to “read” buildings, how to understand what they are seeing and what it symbolises; and to also provide a brief history of architectural progress from 18th century to modern times. It is hoped that this will enrich their future travels at home and abroad.
The day is intended to help you to protect your internet-connected devices and your on-line identity and footprint.
Have you renewed your membership for 2020? Deadline is 10th March.
The first meeting will be held on 2nd October with further meetings on the second Wednesday of every month.
Here in Maidenhead, we have over 600 members and 73 group activities running each month. However, firstly, we would like to share with you a recent review of the country’s biggest organisation of volunteers – U3A (The Third Age Trust). The U3A is for retired people. There are now 1,028 U3As in the UK with… Read More »
Interested in playing bridge on Sunday afternoons?
A new group is proposed to discuss – and when appropriate get muddy by exploring – issues in ecology
A new group is proposed to discuss some of the masterpieces of the ancient world.