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AGM – 2nd June 2021

Eastwood & District U3A
7th AGM

The seventh Annual General Meeting of Eastwood & District U3A
will be held on Wednesday 2nd June 2021 at 10.00 am.

on Zoom


 Five members of the Executive committee are willing/able to stand for re-election; there will be 7 positions vacant. All candidates need to be nominated and seconded by a non-executive member.

If you are acting as a proposer/seconder please ensure that the individual is willing to stand. All nominations must be received before 12 noon on 5th May 2021.

Monthly meetings on Zoom

“That was undoubtedly the best talk we have heard at
the u3a absolutely riveting from beginning to end.”
“we did enjoy the talk on his expedition across the ice.”
“I was disappointed Jack Perks couldn’t make it but I SO
enjoyed the replacement speaker. He was fantastic. It would be good to have him again sometime.”

7th April – Christine Green
Working for Auntie (BBC)

5th May – Steve Herra
Cunard History and Glamorous Stars

 

Post Lockdown Driving

Institute of Advanced Motoring – Post Lockdown Driving

The presentation advertised in August is now available on YouTube here https://youtu.be/IqSQzOQn0gg.

It’s a private listing so only those with the link can see it.

Several people have signed up for free tasters and we hope that many more will do. These are available throughout the East Midlands and members can sign up for them here https://www.iamroadsmart.com/groups/lincolnshire/our-courses/tasterdrive. We also offer a 10% discount on our Advanced Driver Courses for U3A members (RRP £149), members can get that discount by getting in touch with us or signing up for a free taster and completing this first.

We hope you all found it beneficial and hope to be able to deliver many more of these to U3A groups either in person or online. We also have a range of other more specific presentations including night driving, winter driving, motorway driving and more if these are of interest.

Anyone is welcome to get in touch with us with questions and we’ll get back to them.

Ashley Behan, Secretary, IAM Lincolnshire