Monthly Meetings 2020 

Currently via Zoom.

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All Meetings at Ewen Hall High Barnet starting 9.45 am  (for tea/coffee)

The meeting is always on the first Thursday of the month. It begins at 9.45 am in Ewen Hall where tea/coffee and biscuits are available. The talk starts at 10.30 am. In the hall, you can book Outings, find out about new groups from the Groups team, discover what is happening in the London U3A region and get computer/phone/tablet help if you need it. The membership team are on duty to answer queries and register new members. Non members are welcome to come to these meetings, to find out more about Barnet U3A

2020 Meetings

6th FebruaryFrancis Beckett“Clem Attlee and my father – parallel lives.Until recently editor of TAM (Third Age Matters) and is also a well-known author.

5th MarchAGM & Priya Singh Noah's Ark HospiceTalk on the New Noah's Ark Hospice
2nd April
7th May
4th June
All Meetings via Zoom until further notice
2nd July Dick & Lisa RobinsonSister Edith Appleton – Front Line nurse and diarist in the Great War.“Dick Robinson’s great aunt, Edith Appleton, trained as a professional nurse at St Bartholomew’s Hospital and later served in Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service in France throughout the Great War. Often working near the front line and under fire, she wrote an amazing daily journal. Dick will tell Edie’s story and his wife, Lisa, will read extracts from the diary.”
6th AugustRobin Bishop Campaigning for better buildings and environment for 75 years: a survey of the Society's past, present and future work in and around Chipping Barnet.Robin Bishop RIBA, Chair of The Barnet Society.
3rd SeptemberMartin HudsonBeekeeping
1st OctoberNicholas Jones on "1978-79 Winter of Discontent”."1978-79 Winter of Discontent”.
5th NovemberJames MortonA talk about his career as a lawyer and then as a writer, including police, magistrates, and criminals he has known.
3rd DecemberHugh Montgomery Hugh returns with a climate change update.