News from Runnymede Area U3A


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Extra Parking at the Hythe Center is available at St John of Rochester’s Church,this can be used for monthly meetings including the annual tea party

Tea Party: July 1st,2pm,Hythe Centre Billy Clayton,songs from the 60’s and 70’s

There will be no treasurers desk at the Tea Party.

Is there is anyone interested in forming a German Group please leave us a message

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Study Days

The schedule for the study days in 2019 has been published The Surrey Link

A Diversion

Sometimes the views expressed in this programme  are quite controversial.This one is by Howard Jacobson and is a gentle talk about parks.

If anyone is interested we could arrange an online discussion of recent podcasts.Contact me

Discussion Groups

Science Discussion 

At our meeting in April we will be discussing “What is Life” .This is about how a Nobel Prize winning Physicist ,Erwin Schroedinger ,laid the foundations of cell biology.

Art Discussion

I first became explicitly aware of Edmund Hopper when I went to an exhibition at the Tate modern, there I learnt about his influence on film makers.Now I enjoy spotting the “Hopper moment in films.

Looking for a Sponsor Group

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Nostalgia is not what it used to be

Many of us posses old photographs which evoke personal memories ,a broader collection often stirs collective memories which if recorded can contribute to a richer social history