Henley u3a have resumed live meetings of their monthly and art history talks which take place in the Sacred Heart Hall, off Vicarage Road in Henley at 2.00pm.
u3a stands for University of the Third Age aimed at mostly people who are retired to share, learn and socialise with like-minded people in the community. Henley u3a enjoy companionship through lunches and coffee mornings; and during the autumn/winter season the monthly lecture (on a variety of topics, usually from external speakers) is also open to all members.
The next art history talk by Keith Appleby will be on the controversial painter “Francis Bacon” on 5 October, and the monthly talk on the “Mitford Sisters in the Cotswolds” by Alan Copeland will be on 13 October.
Everyone is welcome and entry charges are £1 for u3a members, and £2 for non-members.
For more details go to https://u3asites.org.uk/henley-on-thames/home