Our lead photo by Jane Brett, showing the spring flowers in Valley Gardens. The post also Includes the member’s gallery of photos taken in April.
Three members of the Photography group had a peaceful visit to the RSPB reserve at Church Wood, on Hedgerley Hill on 25th April to photograph the bluebells and listen to the birdsong.
Our Explore London 2 group had an interesting and enjoyable trip on 13th April, taking the train to Paddington and then a London Waterbus from Little Venice along the Regent Canal to Camden Lock.
A bumper page this month, we feature photos and text from trips undertaken by our Boys’ Toys, Gardening 1 and Photography groups, plus a short story from The Writing group and finally, the Member’s Gallery.
Following last month’s meeting where we viewed several YouTube videos on techniques for photographing architecture, the Photography group set off to record what Staines has to offer, old and new.
The Annual General Meeting of the Windsor & District U3A will take place at 2pm on Wednesday 13th April 2022 at Gardeners Hall. It will also be available on-line using Zoom video conferencing.
This month we mainly feature photos and text from our intrepid Explore London groups, plus Geocaching.
An interview and video from Dr Keith Thomson. Plus Members Gallery contributions from many members out and about in January.
Malcolm H has provided us with another four months of playlists from the Music for a Desert Island group which members can access via the links within
Photos from Ukulele and Singing for Fun group. Plus Members Gallery contributions of a visit to the Royal College of Music and Christmas Market and Winchester Cathedral, plus RHS Wisley illuminations.
Photos from Explore London 1’s trip to the Postal Museum. Plus Members Gallery contributions of autumnal colours and illuminations in the ‘park from many members.
Explore London visit the Museum of London and Dave spends a weekend in Macclesfield. The Members Gallery contains photos of Art in the Park, Ascot Fireworks, Butterflies, Halloween Crochet, Seals on a Norfolk beach and views of sunny Henley-on-Thames.