Previous Study Days

Here is a list of the previous Study Days that the Thames Valley Network has held.


2nd September – How to run a quiz. Held on Zoom

9th September – History of quizes. Held on Zoom


5th March – Dunkirk Evacuation

3rd April – Polar Exploration (Part 2)

30th April – Medicine & Art (repeat of 2018).    Med and Art_2_ flyer

28th May – History on film, women in the 18th century in film and TV.  History_on_film_Flyer

30th August – William Morris at Kelmscott.    Kelmscott 2019 flyer

4th October – First Aid Day.                           First AId Day flyer

22nd October – Ukulele Activity Day              Ukulele Activity Day Flier

21st November – Britain’s Ancient Past         Britains Ancient Past Flyer


1st March – Inspiring photography at Benson

10th May – William Morris at Kelmscott

17th May – repeat of Inspiring photography at Benson

19th June – Drama at Dunkirk at Henley

4th September – Polar Exploration at Benson

17th October – Website building at Benson

1st November – Medicine, science and art at Benson

6th November – Financial matters at Benson

27th November – Happy and successful Convener at Benson

12th December – Christmas Concert in London


22nd March – Social History of the Thames Valley at Henley

12th April – Heritage crafts and industries at Wokingham

17th May – repeat of Social History Day at Henley

23rd June – Albert Einstein at Benson

10th August – William Morris at Kelmscott

18th September – Gilbert and Sullivan at Harwell

14th November – Archaeology in the Thames Valley at Benson

23rd November – Speakers and speaking workshop at Benson


12th March – Staying connected, living with hearing loss at Oxford

28th April – William Morris at Kelmscott

11th May – The Civil War revisited – at Henley

11th June – Natural History, looking at wildlife at Maidenhead

21st June – Who do you think really made the railways? Held at Swindon

15th July – Learning languages in later life at Benson

5th October – Wine tasting at Benson

21st October – Participative learning the U3A way at Benson

23rd November – Robotics at Oxford


4th March – Cosmology at Didcot

26th June – Gardening in the Thames Valley at Waterperry

2nd July – Treasures of the Ashmolean (part 2) at Oxford

16th July – Preserving the Nation’s heritage at Waddesdon

30th September – Forensic science at Culham

4th November – Constitutions and committees forum at Benson


23rd April – Treasurers of The Ashmolean at Oxford

30th September – Researching local history at Witney

29th October – Poetry is everywhere at Emmbrook

19th November – The photographer’s eye at Benson


13th April – Photography at Cressex

28th May – Books a window on the World at Emmbrook

19th September – Our High Wycombe at High Wycombe

25th October – Committees  “keeping them light and efficient ” SE Region workshop at Benson

6th November – Crushed grapes, wine tasting at Benson

15th November – Benjamin Britten centenary at Oxford


9th March – English Social History at High Wycombe

16th June – Interactive U3A at Abingdon

14th August – “Groups matter” Training day at High Wycombe

19th October – Staying healthy at Benson

20th November – Understanding Opera – Mozart at Oxford