NHS at 70

There has been an excellent response from 3Ls members who were interested in taking part in this Oral History Project.  All places on the project have now been filled and Clare McDade has expressed her thanks to those who have contacted her to date.

Watch this space for news of future volunteering opportunities.


Interesting Antiques

 

A thoroughly enjoyable afternoon was had by those who braved Storm Diana to attend the Interesting Antiques event at the Trades Hall last month.  Gordon Foster of the Scottish Antique and Arts Centre at Doune regaled us with tales of his career as an antiques expert.  He found lots of items of interest to discuss amongst objects brought by participants, many of whom shared stories about the origins of the treasures on display.


November Lunchtime Talk

Dawn Sinclair, Senior Archivist at HarperCollins publishers delighted us with a Lunchtime Talk on 19 November when she explored the history of this famous company who celebrated their 200th Anniversary in 2018.

We heard tales of the founding Collins family, their ethos of support for employees and tales of relationships built over many decades with famous authors.  We also had the chance to see a number of archive items including some first edition novels and a Christmas card sent to employees serving at the front during World War 1.

 

Dawn Sinclair & Diane Campbell


Ross Priory Club – Associate Membership

I am pleased to advise that we have negotiated Associate Membership of the Ross Priory Club for 3Ls Members.

 

 

ROSS PRIORY CLUB

ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL OFFER

 

Join now for 2018/19 season at the Associate rate of £72 per annum (pro rata from start date until 31st March 2019)
There’s never been a better time to join!
Ross Priory is welcoming new members and is inviting members of the 3Ls Students’ Association to join at a reduced rate
for your first year. Situated in 200 acres on the south shores of Loch Lomond, this stunning venue is a jewel in the crown of
the University of Strathclyde.
Membership includes: special discounted rates for catering, bar, bar meals, accommodation, golf tickets and fishing permits,
plus promotional offers, prize draws and special events for club members and their guests. Do you have a boat, enjoy golfing or
fishing? For an additional fee members can join the Golfing, Boating and/or Angling sections. The nine-hole golf course with
spectacular views across Loch Lomond offers members a reciprocal deal with other clubs.  See www.strath.ac.uk/rosspriory/membership
for further information.
If you wish to apply for 3Ls Associate membership, please email the Ross Priory team at rosspriory.club@strath.ac.uk or telephone
0141 548 4441 to obtain an application form.
A little bit more about Ross Priory…
Ross Priory is not open to the public on a day to day basis, however, we do welcome pre-booked events from non-members, as many
clubs do, such as meals in the Dining Room or overnight accommodation, functions and weddings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


NHS Oral History Project – NHS at 70

The 3Ls and Centre for Lifelong Learning are currently exploring volunteering opportunities for 3Ls Members and more information will be publicised soon about how you can get involved.

This month, we have been asked to invite 3Ls Members to take part in an NHS Oral History Project – either to be trained to conduct interviews or to take part as an interviewee.  Training Sessions for interviewees will commence on 30th November, 2018 so do contact Claire McDade, Oral History and Public Engagement Officer – NHS at 70 if you are keen to take part.

Here is some further information from the NHS at 70 Project: –

 

NHS at 70 is a national programme of work supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and led by the University of Manchester.

We are collecting stories and memorabilia from people who worked and were cared for by the NHS since its creation in 1948. Marking the anniversary in 2018, NHS at 70 will be collecting stories until 2020.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:

We are currently recruiting volunteers to collect stories about the NHS from members of the public in and around Glasgow. Full oral history training will be provided. The Scottish Oral History Centre at the University of Strathclyde is an affiliated Scottish partner in the NHS at 70 oral history project and will provide support and host the training.

INTERVIEWEES ALSO NEEDED: Share your story:

Everybody has a story to tell about the NHS and its unique place in everyday post-war British life. Patient or volunteer? Porter or district nurse? Dentist or surgeon? Cleaner or radiographer? Ambulance driver or receptionist? Whatever your NHS story is we would love to hear it.

All the stories and memorabilia we collect will form part of the first Digital Archive<https://www.nhs70.org.uk/archive> for NHS history. Help us make that history – Contact us<https://www.nhs70.org.uk/about/contact-us> by getting in touch and sharing your story!

For more information or if you have questions contact Claire McDade. email: claire.mcdade@manchester.ac.uk.

 


30th Anniversary Celebration – “Interesting Antiques”

Wednesday 28th November, 2018 – (Event Sold Out)

30th Anniversary Celebration:  “Interesting Antiques”

As part of the 3Ls Students’ Association’s 30th Anniversary celebrations, we are looking forward to seeing those of you who have had your place confirmed.  Please note that the doors will not open until 2pm, and the event will run until 4pm.

We look forward to an enjoyable afternoon.

 

 


30th Anniversary

 

 

This year the 3Ls will be celebrating our 30th Anniversary.

The association dates back to 1988 when students who had completed classes sought further opportunities to extend their learning and foster a social programme.

The idea of setting up a Students’ Association was supported and a caretaker Council worked on setting up the Association, leading to the first formal meetings in the spring of 1999.

A number of events are being programmed to mark 30 years of friendship and informal learning in 3Ls.


Daytime Programme Opens

The varied programme of classes on offer at the Centre for Lifelong Learning commenced on Monday 1st October and there was a buzz around the building as students arrived for the 2018/2019 Session.

Students at CLL are eligible to join the 3Ls Students’ Association – do encourage your classmates to join the 3Ls if you are enjoying the benefits of Association membership!