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.
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.
In late June, the photography group made their first (socially distanced) foray outdoors.
As mentioned in the closing editorial of July’s Newsletter, Malcolm Hellings, a member of several of Windsor U3A’s varied music groups, has been organising the distribution (by e-mail) of pdf play lists submitted by himself and other group members over recent months. This project has become the Music for a Desert Island group, see below for a list of other music listening groups.
Several members have been very busy sewing scrubs items for the NHS in various areas, here are their achievements and reflections.
A few videos from another YouTube channel I subscribe to: Alan Snowdon.
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.
Explore London 2 convenor Ann Vaughan was on holiday in Perth (Australia) when the Covid-19 crisis broke. She writes ‘home’