Possible New Groups
Playing the Ukulele
The ukulele is the instrument which has the the fastest growing number of people taking it up in the UK. Its attraction is that it is easy to play. Ken Wakefield of the West Cheshire Rural u3a started a group in 2019 and it has proved to be very successful and enjoyable and is fulfilling the u3a motto of ‘Learn, laugh, live’.
When the Group started the members, including Ken, had no knowledge of the insturment and now, a couple of years later, they have 50 tunes in their repertoire. Ken has offered to share his experience of starting up a new ukulele group and to help others to start up in their own u3a.
Members interested in starting a Ukulele Group in the Knutsford u3a should contact Stuart Allan, Groups Supporter, for further details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01565 632904.
Knutsford Tennis Club have joined the LTA initiative to allow the general public greater access to courts. To this end they have made 2 courts available on Sunday afternoons from 2pm – 5pm at a cost of £10 per court per hour. Under this arrangement courts can be booked up to 14 days in advance.
Before we can take this initiative forward we need to assess the level of interest amongst our members. Anybody interested should contact Margaret Ellis via email@example.com for more details.
Getting the most from your Digital Camera
Spring will soon be here. Cameras will be waking from their hibernation. They deserve better
Members of this group, in Five Easy Lessons, will have all they need to get the most from their digital cameras, whether that be the very latest multi-megapixel model or a modest compact of yesteryear.
- Understand the principles underlying the same five controls on a digital camera that were pretty much the only controls you had with a film camera (and you weren’t afraid then, were you).
- Never again leave your camera on the automatic setting.
- Put aside pixel envy.
- Amaze your grandchildren with your knowledge and expertise.
- Sleep easier at night (not guaranteed).
To express interest, contact David Woolf at at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01925 755097.