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This page shows the next main current events happening in iU3A. But if you would like to find out more about what's on across the London Region or at the National level of The Third Age Trust or you would like to see information about past meetings please use the links in the box on the right.

Special Events — Diary Dates for 2021
London Region of U3As Talks: the LRU3A series of online talks has been extended through 2021. You can see their programme of events here.

iU3A Monthly Meetings: for the two iU3A talks each month see the details below.

iU3A IT Support Meetings: once a month, see the group page for details here: IT Support Group

Thursday 20 January 10.00 (date change). This is the date for the only Monthly Meeting in January. More information below.

Monthly Meetings, Speakers Programme
See below (left-hand column) to see if the Monthly Meetings is a 'hybrid' form (ie you can attend in person at Resource for London Centre, 356 Holloway Road, N7 6PA or online through Zoom) or only online. See details below. If it's a hybrid meeting the Risk Assessment for the venue can be viewed here.

The main Talk will start at 10.00am and run to 11.00am — see the details below. It's suggested you are present at least ten minutes before the scheduled start time. There will only be the one topic, the main speaker. The Zoom invitation to these meetings will be sent to all members in the Bulletin.

9 Dec

online only
Peter Stone: London and its Links with SlPeter Stoneavery. During the 18th and 19th centuries British ships carried more slaves from Africa to the New World than any other nation. London was at the centre of the trade: Its slave ships made 3,000 voyages and delivered around 700,000 Africans; its banks provided the necessary credit; and many of the owners of plantations on which slaves toiled lived in London’s fashionable suburbs. Peter will tell the story of London’s links with slavery, and of its abolition.
He has long studied many aspects of London’s history, from Roman times to the 20th century. The results are continually added to his website His book The History of the Port of London is a standard work on London’s maritime history. He is a Committee Member of the Docklands History Group, which meets at the Museum of London Docklands, and is a lifetime member of London Historians.

Steve RichardsWe start the new year with a return of Steve Richards.

Dates of Future Monthly Meetings/Speakers beyond the above for 2022 are:
First quarter: 20 January, 10 February, 24 February, 10 March, 24 March, 07 April.
The full year's schedule can be viewed here: Monthly Meeting and Bulletin Dates

Coffee Mornings
Coffee morningsThese are back to meeting physically again now. Our iU3A coffee mornings are a popular way of getting to know other members. They are on varying days of the week and are free to iU3A members. See the latest Bulletin for date of next coffee morning.

Sally FoxOur coffee mornings are organised by Sally Fox. To book up for any of the coffee mornings please email Sally here. She will then advise you that you are booked. If you can't attend a coffee morning you've booked for, please let us know by emailing Sally (same link as above) to say you can't now make it.

Pub Lunches

iU3A's pub lunches provide an opportunity for members to meet each other in a social atmosphere. They take place monthly, around Islington. If you are buying a lunch the cost is around £10 to £12 with drinks being extra. If you'd like to come along to one of these please email Andy Watson here for more information or to reserve your place.

Andy WilsonEach of our lunches held so far have attracted about 15 iU3A members who've enjoyed some good chat. While originally conceived to attract more male members there has been good support from women members. Do come along and join us.

Pub lunches are now a 'group' and details of their schedule can now be found in Beacon.


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