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May 2019. I thought it was about time I gave an update on my terrific ukulele group which is now coming up to 5 years of ukulele fun. Most are now competent enough to tackle almost any song, ballads to country to rock'n'roll (which we particularly enjoy). Singing along is encouraged...

A country ramble to the village pond, Coffee, Cake, and conversation. 12 Members of the group making a perfect end to the Ramblers 2 walking season. See you all in the Autumn.

  On Palm Sunday afternoon at Godalming United Church, Milford U3A Singing for Fun Group put on a performance of Hallelujah! What a Savior! (No - it’s not a spelling mistake! - it’s American).  Oh yeah - what a wonderful sound! What a fantastic compilation to sing, or to just sit...

As well as an enjoyable walk we included some aerobic exercise walking up Hydon’s Ball. Then we all checked how good our balance was! Next walk starts 10:00 from the Car Park on Shackleford Heath, Elstead Road, Thursday 16th May.

Super walk from Brook, but these gates took us a while to get through, hence the late post!

Fine uphill finish on to the Chantries for our last ramble. The view from St Mather’s did not disappoint, the clearing mists adding that extra something. Next walk starts 10:00 from Brook [Lay-by as you enter the village], Thursday 21st March 2019

    Frensham and Cutmill Ponds, 13 February 2019   Once again the weather favoured us; it was sunny and warm, like a spring morning, when almost a full house of 10 members met at Frensham Great Pond. The only one missing was Peter, who had escaped to the Canaries, but...

Plant-Talks-and-Walks-handout-2018-2019 This file contains notes for this course. They include: The course programme, including dates, times and places where we meet. Notes on plant types and their identification. Local geology. Processes that cause changes to the flora and habitats. Ecostages in the history of plants and people around Godalming. Please print out...

Farlington Marshes, 9 January 2019   It was a beautiful sunny morning when seven of us met at the entrance to the Reserve, but it was cold and when we got out onto the sea wall it was extremely cold, because of the wind off the sea. But we survived and...