An overview by members of the Microbes and Society group.
What is a virus?
What happened in previous pandemics?
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.
Photos from a visit to Painshill Park by members Denise and Roseanna.
Photographs from various members taken in Autumn 2020.
In February 2009, my husband Euan and I were passengers on a working container ship, on a trip across the Atlantic, through the Panama Canal and then down the western coast of South America. This is the story of the day we travelled through the Panama Canal.
It can be challenging, but also rewarding, especially evolving our activities to suit the ‘new normal’. If you have ideas, skills and a bit of time that can we can put to good use, please use this committee self-nomination form.
Our intrepid new chairman, Peter Todd, starts off a series of Travellers’ Tales in which members share their memories of past holidays and adventures. Here are more photos from his epic cycle trip.
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.
Photographs taken by Joanna on her recent visit to RHS Wisley.