News of general interest to all members

Summer newsletter now available

The Summer edition of the Hayling Island newsletter is now available in electronic form.

You can:

  • Read the newsletter online using a version designed for use on the web; for example, you can resize the text without having to scroll left and right to see the whole page;
  • Read the newsletter online exactly as it will appear in the printed version; or
  • Print your own copy of the newsletter to read at any time

Click here to see the electronic version. Note that you will need your username and password. Your username is log in to the members' area to see your user id. I cannot tell you your password (no-one can) but, if you have forgotten yours, you can get a new one; click here to find out how.

You will also receive a printed copy of the newsletter in due course unless you have opted out. If you haven't opted out, please take a look at the electronic version and see if you need a printed copy. The newsletter page explains how opting out from the printed version will benefit you and Hayling Island U3A. It also provides a simple way to opt out.


Andy Henderson
Web site editor

Hayling Island U3A - July Update

Next Thursday's monthly meeting will introduce us to the work of the Hampshire air ambulance. Note this is a change to the programme shown at the beginning of the year.

Not a lot of news this month, so here's a reminder about the Second World War project...

Following the success of our book on Hayling during the First World War, we are applying for a Lottery grant to produce a new book covering Hayling during the Second World War and the intervening years. In anticipation, Mike Burnham is collecting useful material and arranging interviews with people that have relevant memories. If you can help or know someone that could help, please contact Mike Burnham: get in touch with him direct.

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.

Andy Henderson
Web site editor, Hayling Island U3A

U3A visit to Hampton Court on 19 July

Dear Member

You may be aware that Jackie Radford and Terry Foster have both resigned from the U3A Visits Committee due to other commitments. I am pleased to say that Debbie Wilsher has come forward and has now taken over Jackie's role.

This is just to let you know that the visit to Hampton Court is now open for bookings. We had originally wanted to combine the visit with a river trip from Chertsey but this proved too expensive and time consuming. In any event there is so much to see at Hampton Court that a day is hardly sufficient.
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Secrets of staying sharp in later life

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

A U3A Royal Society Healthy Ageing Lecture 2017 in association with The European Alliance for the Brain, presented by Professor Ian Deary, Professor of Differential Psychology, Director, MRC Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology University of Edinburgh.

Professor Deary is an entertaining and informative speaker, familiar to some U3A members. He will explore the reasons why some people’s brains and thinking skills age better than others, as described in The Disconnected Mind, a research project which is helping to find some answers.

Click here for more details and a booking form.