AGM 2017

The 28th Association AGM took place on 24th May 2017, and John Parkhill, 3Ls President and other Office Bearers reported on activities which had taken place during the 2016/7 session.

 

Discussion took place on various details in the Annual Accounts and it was agreed that the Management Council would review AGM arrangements at their next meeting.

 

The meeting also agreed to new appointments: Diane Campbell was elected as Vice President and Carl Bow will join the Management Council.


Launch of the Age-Friendly Academy

The Age-Friendly Academy is now live on the Centre for Lifelong Learning website so please do take a look:

http://www.strath.ac.uk/studywithus/centreforlifelonglearning/age-friendlyacademy/

There is also a Twitter page for the Age-Friendly Academy, so if you do use Twitter please do follow them and help build their profile:

https://twitter.com/StrathclydeAFA

 

 

Some of the Speakers at the Launch of the Age-Friendly Academy

 

 

Some 3Ls students attending the launch of The Age-Friendly Academy led by the Centre for Lifelong Learning

 

 


Notice of the 3Ls 28th Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 24th May, 2017

McCance Lecture Theatre

Level 3

McCance Building

16 Richmond Street

Glasgow  G1 1XQ

 

Members are invited to attend the above Annual General Meeting.

Light refreshments will be available in the Conservatory in the McCance Building from 12noon.

The AGM will commence at 1.00pm, with an anticipated finish time at 3.00pm.

We look forward to seeing you at the AGM on Wednesday 24th May, 2017.

 

If you are wishing to attend, and to assist with catering, please advise us of your attendance by 10th May, 2017 via an email to lllassoc@strath.ac.uk or by telephone at 0141 548 4387.


Parkhill at Westminster

 

 

John Parkhill, your President of the association and in conjunction with his post as a committee member of SOPA, attended a reception on 6th March, 2017 at the House of Commons.  It was organised by SOPA and hosted by Mhairi Black MP.

Others including committee members of SOPA also attended.  While the purpose was to promote SOPA work on behalf of older Scottish people at Westminster, John was able to assist with this and also promote the Learning in Later Life Students’ Association and the Centre for Lifelong Learning.

 


Parkhill at the Parliament

 

parkhill-at-the-parliament

Along with representatives of other SOPA affiliated organisations John Parkhill, 3Ls President,

spoke out at the Scottish Older People’s Assembly about the unique daytime programme of

classes at the Centre for Lifelong Learning at Strathclyde University, the volunteering work of

older students, the self-managing Clubs, and the travel and outward bound activities that

contribute undoubtedly to health and wellbeing in later life.

You can hear him on the recorded webcast by clicking on the picture and moving the cursor on the

webcast to 1.40.00  http://fb.me/1FhN76FZq