The Science and Technology group have had a fascinating lecture series over the past year or so. This has been augmented by a number of group discussions.
The programme over the period Jan 2019 to Feb 2020 is listed below
|Jan 2019||The Future of Drones||Group discussion|
|May||Satellite Radar Images - What You See Is NOT What You Get!"||Percy Phelps|
|June||Climate Change||Group discussion|
|Sep||The Science and Engineering of the Honey Bee. Pt 1||Percy Phelps|
|Oct||The Science and Engineering of the Honey Bee. Pt 2||Percy Phelps|
|Nov||The Paranormal||Joint meeting with Portsdown U3A|
|Dec||"Aerodynamic Characteristics of Reindeers"||Merry Xmas|
|Jan 2020||The Internet||Bob Hornby|
|Feb||Boeing 737 Max And The Accident That Was Going To Happen||Percy Phelps|
Unfortunately the December meeting could not take place !
We have a membership in the region of 40, with an average attendance of 20. We meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month in St. Patrick’s Church hall. This venue has plenty of on-site parking so do come along and join us.
On a sad note, our founder member Paul Chapman passed away in January. He was a fine speaker and will be sadly missed.
Also realistically, it is unlikely that there will be any further meeting until September, as we normally take a break in the summer months.
Mike Lynch and Ann Pearcey
This is an article published in the Spring 2020 edition of the Hayling Island U3A newsletter .