News of general interest to all members

HI U3A complete longer walks programme

I've scheduled the remaining longer walks for this year. The complete programme looks like this:

Click any of the links above for more detail including the planned routes.

Note that the first walk is on Friday this week.

If you plan to come on any of the walks, please let me know so we know to look out for you. If you can't make any of the dates but you'd still like to do the walk, let me know and I'll see if we can arrange a recce walk to suit you.

Andy Henderson

HI U3A longer walks programme

I've scheduled three walks for March, April and May:

Click any of the links above for more detail.

I will lead the first two and Peter Haskell will lead the third.

I'm working with Mary Cooper to add more walks to complete the programme through to October. I'm particularly looking forward to a walk around the Devil's Punchbowl. I'll let you know when the programme is complete.

In the meantime, if you plan to come on any of the walks, please let me know so we know to look out for you. If you can't make any of the dates but you'd still like to do the walk, let me know and I'll see if we can arrange a recce walk to suit you.

Andy Henderson

Satire to Sublime: British Art from Hogarth to Turner

On Thursday 21st March 2019, find out how eighteenth and early nineteenth-century painters grappled with the rapid changes of life in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Britain.

Listen to National Gallery experts on Hogarth’s satirical look at British life, Wright of Derby’s provocations around scientific ethics and Turner’s confrontations with modernity and progress and learn about key developments in British painting c.1745-1845, focussing on portraits, landscapes and scenes of everyday life in the National Gallery’s collection.

Click here for more details and a booking form.