This event is now fully booked. Due to the level of interest in this trip, please provide a note of interest to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would be interested in us arranging a subsequent date.
Our next Social Event has been arranged for Wednesday 19th February, visiting two different venues. In the morning, we will have a guided tour of the Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery and after lunch we will move on to see the Govan Stones which are housed in Govan Old Church. Join us for a chance Continue reading
As 2019 draws to a close, may I take this opportunity to wish 3Ls Members all the best for the festive season. The latest edition of Tell’sMore with highlights from this year should be delivered soon. Look out for more Charity events early in 2020, including a Tombola early in February and a Book Sale Continue reading
This year, the President’s Charity being supported by the 3Ls Students’ Association is Alzheimer Scotland. As part of our fund-raising activities, we will be hosting a “Tea & Blether” event in the Social Area on level 2 of the Graham Hills Building . For further information please see attached flyer. Diane Campbell, 3Ls President President’s Continue reading
3Ls Art Club Strathclyde University Exhibition and Sale St Mary’s Cathedral 300 Great Western Rd, Kelvinbridge, Glasgow, G4 9JB 16 – 24th November 2019 Open every day 10am – 4.30pm except Sundays 12pm – 4.30pm River Kelvin. Footbridge to the Botanics by Teresa Samolewicz Winner of the public vote for Favourite Painting at the March Continue reading
This year’s Lunchtime Talks got off to a very interesting start as Roddy Yarr, gave an insight into the University’s approach to developing the campus to meet some of the challenges associated with Climate change. Roddy described the projects around the University estate in the City Centre and beyond. Many of us took the chance Continue reading
Our first autumn Social outing was a trip to visit Falkland Palace and Gardens where we enjoyed hearing from the informative guides about the history of the royal Palace built for Scottish Kings. We also explored the extensive gardens to the south of the Palace, complete with glasshouses and Britain’s oldest Royal Tennis Court, built Continue reading
A happy 3Ls group delighted in Jenny Macintyre’s guided walk on 22 September, despite a rainy start to the day. We learned a lot about the social history of this neighbourhood which features many buildings of architectural interest, as part of the Langside Heritage Trail.
This year’s Open Afternoon was a great success and more than 150 people visited to find out more about what’s going on in the Centre for Lifelong Learning. There was a chance to try some taster classes, tutors were on hand to offer advice and lots of people signed up for the new 3Ls Club Continue reading
The winners of the 3Ls Students’ Association 30th Anniversary Digital Photography Competition were presented with their prizes at the Management Council meeting on 4th September. The Competition theme was “The Magic of Later Life” and there were two winners: Eileen Kidd (3Ls member) and Qiu Zilou (Masters student). Eileen captured her sister engaged in her Continue reading