In this update...
- Winchester- bishops, buildings but no bones
- Secrets of staying sharp in later life
- Spring newsletter available online
- How to: opt out from the printed newsletter
Winchester- bishops, buildings but no bones
This is the third - and last - of Andrew Negus' Winchester trilogy that brings us right up to date. You might remember Andrew's previous presentations to us were both entertaining and interesting, so we're in for a treat next Thursday, 20th April.
Secrets of staying sharp in later life
The U3A Trust presents this lecture in association with the European Alliance for the Brain on Wednesday June 7th at the Wellcome Lecture Theatre in London. Tickets cost £17 each. Click here for more details and a booking form.
Spring newsletter available online
Click here to see the Spring edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter. You can read it online (and benefit from features like active internet links and resizeable text)or download a copy to print.
If you missed the Christmas newsletter, you can use the same link to see back copies of the newsletter, too.
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How to: opt out from the printed newsletter
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