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  • London Studies 4 visit a superb 17th house

    London Studies 4 visit a superb 17th house

    27th June 2019

    London Studies 4 visit Ham House and Garden just south of Richmond. Built in 1610 it is one of the finest examples of Stuart architecture in England with unchanged interiors and a superb collection of paintings, furniture and wall hangings, most of which date back to the 17th century. ...

  • London Studies 1 visit a famous architect’s country house

    London Studies 1 visit a famous architect’s country house

    26th June 2019

    One of the early London Studies 1 visits was to the quirky John Soane museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields, on another outing we admired the memorial to his wife built in St Pancras churchyard. Almost 10 years later the group is still very active with many founder members and we have just visited...

  • Science Seminar - Space Exploration: Rockets and the Moon

    25th June 2019

    Tunbridge wells U3A are running a seminar on 13th August, open to all West Kent U3A members. For more details and an application form, please see the flyer - Science Seminar Flyer ...

  • The Day Walkers enjoy excellent Wealden views and wild flowers galore

    The Day Walkers enjoy excellent Wealden views and wild flowers galore

    17th June 2019

    The June Day walk was not only memorable for another 10 mile stroll, and excellent views of the lovely countryside east and south of Sevenoaks, but the wonderful array of wild flowers either side of the paths we walked – even in woodland. Substantial patches of bilberries (with fruit already...

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  • Gallery group 1 visit a revamped Queen’s House

    Gallery group 1 visit a revamped Queen’s House

    11th June 2019

    The Gallery Group had a visit to the newly refurbished Queen’s House, Greenwich in June. This venue is free to visitors, but the groups paid for a guided visit, and were rewarded by learning about the interesting history of the building and its royal owners. Particularly wonderful was the...

  • The Strollers enjoy the sun

    The Strollers enjoy the sun

    3rd June 2019

    The Strollers enjoy the sunshine during a walk in Willet Memorial Woods, Chiselhurst. The wood is named after a prominent Edwardian builder who lived in Chislehurst. He was a keen supporter of outside activities and was an early promoter of British Summer Time to encourage people to make the...

  • An allotment with no vegetables just gorgeous Iris flowers

    An allotment with no vegetables just gorgeous Iris flowers

    31st May 2019

    Tucked away behind the children’s playground and some tennis courts in Otford are some typical allotments you might see anywhere in a village, town or city. Unlike most allotments though the Otford one boast some spectacular flowers grown by one of our members - Chris Towers. We were there...

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  • London Studies 1 visit a Roman temple and found out that candles were more important than cannon

    London Studies 1 visit a Roman temple and found out that candles were more important than cannon

    29th May 2019

    For its May meeting London Studies 1, guided by the very able Janet Willcox and Pat Jones, explored the environs of Cannon Street. The group were amazed to discover that Cannon Street is not named after the manufacture of cannons but candles! The Cannon Street area was initially the place of...

  • The Day Walking Group clock up a further 11 miles exploring fine wealden countryside

    The Day Walking Group clock up a further 11 miles exploring fine wealden countryside

    21st May 2019

    Ably lead by Michael Harries, the Day Walking Group enjoyed yet another fine walk in May embracing the countryside south of Westerham. The walk had everything the group inspire to have for one of its day walks – fine views across the Weald, coming across fine medieval buildings, dry ground...

  • Sevenoaks Heritage Exhibition 19 June – 6 July

    Sevenoaks Heritage Exhibition 19 June – 6 July

    15th May 2019

    The Sevenoaks Society is mounting a heritage exhibition in the Kaleidoscope Gallery in Sevenoaks Library as part of the Summer Festival. The Exhibition will depict with photographs and text, the history of the town, including its heritage buildings, farms, schools, pubs, churches, industry and...

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