In this update:
- Lawrence: before and after Arabia
- Longer walks programme for 2019
- The science and applications of DNA
- Vacancies in the Croquet group
- New wine appreciation group
- Brighton Pavilion visit
Lawrence: before and after Arabia
The Legend of Lawrence of Arabia is well documented in books and film, but what of his life before and after the Desert War? Described as one of the most influential Englishmen of the 20th century - but he wasn't English! There are many myths, but the truth is far more fascinating. A man of many lives …
Colin van Geffen will tell us more at this month's meeting on 21st March at 2pm in the Hayling Island Community Centre. Click here for more details.
Longer walks programme for 2019Andy Henderson
The science and applications of DNA
The next meeting of the Science and Technology Group will be held at 2.30 pm in St Patricks Church Hall on Wednesday 27th March.
Bob Hornby will make a short introductory presentation and lead a group discussion on the Science and Applications of DNA. All members of the Hayling Island U3A are welcome to attend with refreshments served at the start of the meeting. Visitors are charged £2 towards cost of Hall hire.
Vacancies in the Croquet group
The croquet group will start playing again in April (subject to weather) and there are currently four vacancies available.
If you would like to join or find out more, please contact Sue Blagden.
New wine appreciation group
The new group is currently full, but if you are interested, please contact Norma Downs.
Brighton Pavilion visit
There are still some places available for this trip to Brighton, cost £20 per person (excluding entrance charges).
Click here for more details, including how to book.
We send this email on the week-end before each monthly meeting. If you have something you'd like to include please let me know.
Web site editor, Hayling Island U3A