Thanks to Phyllis Rosenberg and Sue Kwok for arranging such an amazing programme, to Marjorie Power and Nigel Hathway for the outings, to Chris Queen and Hilary Roodyn, for their popular walks, Wally Howard for the wonderful films and those who came to lecture and entertain us and who volunteered to keep the Office open. […]
James Fornara, the Headmaster, would like more Maths & English volunteer tutors for next academic year. Leave your name in the Office if you can help.
When the fire alarm sounds you must always assume it is genuine and leave the building as quickly as possible. There are new instructions in all the rooms – make sure that your coordinator familiarises you with the escape route. Briefly, it is this: on Level 1, to avoid congestion, do not use the door […]
Do pick up a new timetable from the Office whenever you like (the date on which it was prepared is printed in the top corners). A revised handbook will be printed in October. Italian: beginners at 12.35 on Wednesdays is for those who started Italian last year. It is not suitable for absolute beginners. It […]
We would like to get better acquainted with you, take you around the Town Hall and give you more information about our U3A, so join us in Room 29 on 9 October at 4.15. Please tell us if you are coming and leave your name in the office so that we can get in enough […]
REGISTRATION FOR 2018-9 If you have not yet paid your membership fee, please remember to bring your printed registration form and collect your pink membership card at the same time. We accept payment by cash, cheque, credit or debit card (but not on the telephone) or you may make a payment directly to our bank […]
How to identify trees. Bring a notebook and magnifying glass if you’d like to. Please meet Bettina in the town hall reception. Thursday 2 August 3-4:30pm Thursday 23 August 3-4:30pm
Oral History Testimonies from U3A in London members