We were very pleased that we had a good attendance at our first Zoom Lecture in March – 38 people attended Graham Davies’s lecture, and feedback was excellent.
We had intended to put on another lecture in April, but there were some difficulties with the lecturer’s availability, but we are glad to be able to inform you that we will hold another Zoom lecture this month, on
Thursday 20th May at 7pm.
Our lecturer will be Angharad Phillips, Administration and Volunteer Officer for the Regency restoration Project at the National Botanic Garden of Wales she will provide an illustrated talk on:
Current developments at the Botanic Gardens, including history and development of the Gardens
We will send out a general invitation with the Zoom lecture link shortly – once again, our intrepid Committee Member Marian Slader has set this up, and she has offered to assist on the night. Please email Marian on email@example.com if you require assistance.
In June, WEA Committee will be discussing the 2021-22 programme, so if anyone has suggestions for speakers please let us know. Your ideas are most welcome. We hope the programme will take place in person, but we need to have speakers willing to provide a lecture via Zoom if this is not possible.
Suggestions for future classes are also being sought.