A trip to Highgate on 14th June was attended by 22 people, who travelled there by train and tube to Archway Underground station and then a short walk uphill, through pretty Waterlow Park to the Cemetery. The weather was glorious but not too hot for walking, especially in the shade of the graveyard.
Our Explore London 2 group enjoyed the walk from Hammersmith to Barnes on 16th May.
Our lead photo this month shows the New Members Coffee Meeting held on Monday 23rd May in the Social Club building at The Willows residential park. This month our Members’ Gallery features contributions mainly from Alan Wheeler, who has shared his photos shot during May from Church Wood, the ‘Wind in the Willows’ garden and Langley Park.
Featured here is the holiday organised for Windsor u3a members by Pat and David Oldcorn
My thanks to Jo Wattis and John Wiggins for sharing their photos from this trip and of course to Jackie Wiggins for organising the trip.
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.
This is a web version of the March 2022 newsletter to investigate whether it provides a better user experience when read on a mobile phone screen. e.g. text size, scrolling, rotation between horizontal and vertical, compared to the pdf version.