|Summary||Discussion Group. We have 12 member's in the Monday Discussion group with a usual attendance of about 9.|
|Venue||The meetings are hosted at a member's house on the 4th Monday at 2pm.|
|Contact||Dina Levy - Telephone details are in the paper copy of the newsletter|
|email@example.com with 'U3A Discussion Group Enquiry' as the subject|
The meetings are hosted at a member’s house and a different person chairs the meeting, introducing the subject to be discussed, followed by members each giving their thoughts on the matter. There is a short refreshment interval with tea/coffee and biscuits.
Future discussions will include such topics as:
Why is education such a controversial issue?
Down memory lane.
Should our universal pension benefits be sacrosanct?
Is there a case for air-brushing photographs?
Euthanasia - should we have a choice?
How far would you go to help a stranger?
What kind of second chamber do we want in the House of Commons.
We try to have a mix of light-hearted and serious topics and everyone gets an opportunity to air their views, making an interesting and lively afternoon.
2020 Report: View
Our Monday afternoon Discussion Group has been going well via Zoom since the middle of May last year. There were a few technical hitches at first but now we are very well organized and even had a meeting in December instead of our usual meal out. It has been good to see the group and everyone seems to be coping well with the restrictions that we are living under at the moment. Maybe when we have all had our 2nd dose of the vaccine, we may even be able to meet up again - in person. Something to look forward to. Our topics are usually very topical, as in January when we discussed "What leads people to believe in conspiracy theories".
2019 Report: View
We have 12 members in the Monday Discussion Group with a usual attendance of
about 10. Members take it in turns to host and chair the meeting, introducing the
subject to be discussed, followed by everyone giving their thoughts on the topic. The
internet has proved very helpful with research.
The topics to be discussed are suggested by the members of the group and the programme arranged for the year. We have a break in August and a meal out in December. Discussions are usually lively, have been informative, and make for an interesting afternoon.
Topics covered this year:
What makes people go into politics?
Should we have a people’s vote on Brexit?
It is wise – or would you choose to escape to the Country?
Fake news and Facebook – can we trust the Internet?
Is it the end of the High Street – if so how could it be re-invented?
Do manners no longer maketh man/woman?
Are men from Mars and women from Venus?
Who or what have been the most important influences in your life?
Newspaper cuttings – what has caught your attention this month?
“Mind the Gap” – should be young resent the old?
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