First National Study Day for Languages
The Trust is working with language Subject Advisers Heather Westrup and Dorothy Newman to bring U3A the first National Study Day for Languages to be held on 27th March at Aston University in Birmingham. See Third Age Trust website.
News at the Third Age: March
The latest edition of the national U3A newsletter is out now. Please encourage your members to sign up to receive it directly at u3a.org.uk/email.
In her quarterly notes, Jane Pavier our Regional Trustee reminds us of ways in which TAT can provide us with help and information:
- The Resource Centre lends out CDs and DVDs on a wide range of topics—please make sure your Interest Group leaders are aware of this facility.
- In each copy of Third Age Matters there is a list of Subject Advisers who can help with information about setting up a new group, help with information to assist on further- ing an existing group, or may even visit a group to talk about their subject.
- All U3A members can register on the National website to receive directly by email the monthly national newsletter.
D H Lawrence Birthplace Museum,
Victoria Street, Eastwood.
‘Welcome Wednesdays’ D H Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood offers Broxtowe residents free admission every Wednesday to one of their guided tours. All you need to do is quote your postcode or bring proof of address on your arrival.