Thank you everyone who has responded to my appeal for contributions to this month’s newsletter. It is a bumper issue and I have been able to include only a selection and have précised some pieces. If your contribution does not appear this month, it may be published in our August newsletter
Many new ways and means of keeping in contact are emerging and Windsor U3A will try to help members by implementing ideas suggested by U3A Trust and other U3A groups nationwide, to make it as easy as possible to stay in touch and to keep learning during lockdown.
While Windsor U3A can’t give you the listening figures that the 78-year-old radio favourite does, it can offer you the chance to share the soundtrack of your life with other members, or just sit back and listen to someone else do it, once or twice a month.
A small army of volunteers from Windsor U3A is at the heart of our drive to help relieve the loneliness and boredom that can come from social isolation as the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown continues.
We welcome contributions from members to add to the website. Please send these to firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore London 2 convenor Ann Vaughan was on holiday in Perth (Australia) when the Covid-19 crisis broke. She writes ‘home’
Maggie, convenor of our Creative Writing group sends her thoughts after the initial lockdown period. She says: