Chess Valley U3A

In 2010 the Photographic Group of Chess Valley U3A held an exhibition in the Pavilion Gallery at Chenies Manor on the River Chess and its environs. It later transferred to the Elgiva Theatre.

 

This year some members of the group have decided that their project will be to photograph Lowndes Park and surrounding area through the year. You are welcome to look at the portfolios of photos below.

 

Chess Valley U3A was formed in October 2008 and already has approximately 450 members and some 30 activity groups. It has received support from Chiltern District Council and the National Lottery.

 

Each activity group meets once or twice a month, and programmes are decided by the members of the group. General meetings, with an invited speaker, are held on the second Thursday of each month, in The Broadway Baptist Church, Broadway, Chesham.

 

A monthly Newsletter is distributed to all members giving full details of each of the groups activities as well as reviews of past events and other items of interest. For further information please go to www.chessvalley-u3a.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

News & Events

May 18, 2015
Category: News
Posted by: andrew
The Summer 2015 edition of our latest Newsletter is now available. Please click on the header to download it and all our previous ones.
Apr 22, 2015
Category: News
Posted by: andrew

The next Friends of Lowndes Park working party will be on Sunday 14 June 2015. We meet at 10am in the Archena Garden which is next to the Temperance Hall in Church Street.

Apr 19, 2015
Category: News
Posted by: andrew

The Friends of Lowndes Park are planning to hold their popular Lowndesbourne opera and classical music event on 6th September 2015. We are currently very busy raising funding and hope to publish further details shortly.

Apr 17, 2014
Category: News
Posted by: andrew

The Friends have set up their own Facebook page. Please click here or go to www.facebook.com/groups/friendsoflowndespark You will need to sign in.


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