Natural Immunity and Vaccines Sometimes the news about Covid-19 sounds like reporting from a war zone. It must truly feel that way for the medical staff in hospitals, with the endless work and feelings of helplessness, and being surrounded by such sadness. We have a very difficult battle on our hands, but there is no… Read More »
An overview by members of the Microbes and Society group.
What is a virus?
What happened in previous pandemics?
Malcolm H has provided us with another four months of Playlists from the Music for a Desert Island group which can be accessed via the links below
Our History of Design group went to church for its October and November meetings.
In groups of 6 and suitably masked and distanced, they took in the architecture and history of All Saints, Frances Road, and then St Stephen and St Agnes in Vansittart Road, both in Windsor.
The November theme for photos (in December Newsletter) was Light, as we couldn’t get out for much of November, many were submitted from the Photography group member’s archives.
A pleasant and creative morning was spent by four members of the Photography group in Langley Park on Thursday 22nd October. There follows a selection of Leaf themed photos from group members, even those who couldn’t make it on the day and had to shoot elsewhere.
We live in an invisible world of bacteria and viruses. They were running our planet billions of years before the first little Homo Sapiens came creeping from the forests of Africa, and we have been relying on them for life, and fighting to survive them and other pathogens, ever since.
In late June, the photography group made their first (socially distanced) foray outdoors.
On 12 June 2020, Margaret Kelly wrote “Just sending some flower watercolours and oil painting of Dutch Barn Iowa work in progress.