Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Third Age Matters Edenbridge Article

Third Age Matters

You should have received your copy of Third Age Matters, the National U3A Magazine, recently. If you haven't already done so, take a look at page nine where you will see that we are included with our King For The Day from our June Monthly Meeting about the Magna Carta with Christopher Lloyd.

Fame at last, Dennis!

Keeping us informed

Updating the Website
To keep our website full of new and interesting material and articles we rely on our members. We regularly hear from a group of members who keep us informed about what is going on. Almost everything we receive is published. We can't be everywhere so we rely on you all to let us know what you've been up to.

It would help us a lot if every group were to give us regular reports and photographs about its activities. It doesn't always have to be the group leader. Perhaps one person in each group could take responsibility for publicity. It doesn't have to be an onerous task but just a few words and a photo or two which will help to inspire others about your group.

There is no need to format what you write. We will do all of that. Just a simple report in an email about what you have done and what you are going to do will do. These articles will be placed on the Groups Page under the heading of your group. We will make a feature of some of them where a lot of information is provided.

Just send what you have written with photo attachments to admin@edenbridgeu3a.co.uk

You too could be published. Why not give it a go?

Sunday, 27 September 2015

U3A Event - Stem Cells, Regeneration & Cancer

A U3A event open for booking.......

Stem Cells, Regeneration & Cancer

How are discoveries made, and how do scientists develop new cancer therapies?

Thursday 19th November 2015: 2pm - 4.15pm
@ Mill Hill Laboratory, London NW7 1AA

U3A members are invited to join Crick researchers, Barry Thompson and Vivian Li, 
as they discuss their research into colorectal and skin cancers.
Their talks will explore whether stem cells, and the emerging field of regenerative medicine, can be used to effectively treat cancers. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions.

For more detail on the event have a look at the flyer. This is a free event but must be pre-booked.
The Third Age Trust
19 East Street
Bromley, BR1 1QE
United Kingdom