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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Apr 14

Fri 17 May: People and Places of Surrey – Surrey Study Day

Fri 17 May: People and Places of Surrey – Surrey Study Day

Presented by speakers from Guildford Cathedral the Watts gallery,the Lewis Carroll Society and Surrey History Centre.

Study days are open at the Menuhin Hall, Stoke d’Abernon, starting at 9.30am with registration and normally running from 10am to 4pm. The fee, including coffee or tea and biscuits, is £10 for members and £12 for guests. Attendees should bring a packed lunch.

Prior booking is necessary and forms are available at the monthly meetings or from the Surrey Network site:

Apr 14

London Region SUMMER SCHOOL 2019 23rd, 24th and 25th JULY 2019

St Bride Foundation, Bride Lane, Fleet Street, London EC4Y 8EQ (Easy access: 5 minutes from Blackfriars underground station)


Choose from 28 different talks, 4 workshops, and 6 guided walks around the City of London

There is a wide range of topics taken from the themes of Art,  Current Affairs, History, Literature, Music, Science and Travel  This year we have also selected ‘Celebration of the Sea’ as a general theme

Programme and applications are available via the Events page of the London Region website:

and through individual U3As You can book online or use a postal application form.

Non-residential: Attendance can be for one, two or three days and the cost is £38 per day Refreshments and a cold buffet lunch are included

If you have any queries, please contact Chris Feldman  or Tel: 020 8449 4847

Apr 13

King’s College London: research projects -Looking for Volunteers!

King’s College London: research projects
Two PhD students, Yi-Jia Lin and Viktoria Azoidou, of King’s College London are looking for people to take part in two studies.
Study 1: Investigation into our ability to perform two tasks at the same time and whether this changes with age, sleep, physical activity levels or cognitive ability. Older age may have an impact on the ability to divide our attention between specific tasks – such as walking and talking simultaneously. Problems with this are associated with impaired balance and the risk of falls.
What you will have to do
 Complete a short screening questionnaire.
 Attend the research laboratory at the Centre for Human and Applied Physiological Sciences, Guy’s Campus at King’s College London for a single-test session which will last about two hours.
Further information and participation: Contact Viktoria Azoidou at or phone her on 020 7848 6679.
Study 2: Investigation into the effect of two different 16-week balance rehabilitation classes, walking ability and cognitive function.
To participate, you must:
 be over 65
 have fallen or be concerned about falling
 not have a neurological disorder (eg stroke)
 not have any acute medical issues that limit your ability to participate in an exercise programme
 be able to attend a weekly, free exercise class
Further information and participation: Contact Yi-Jia Lin at Please check U3A’s disclaimer before you take part in any research.