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  1. Mark Rest

    Yes the idea is all levels, Instruction can be give. I’m intermediate on a good day so will not be able to help advanced people much!

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  2. Alison AndrewAlison Andrew

    Thanks so much, Catherine for taking the time and trouble to write your notes – which sound just like you talking, by the way. They’ve taken me out into the countryside and shown me what’s going on. As you know, I have very little knowledge of plants (always been looking at birds) but google shows me what they look like. If you can bear it, please carry on writing. I’m sure a lot of people appreciate it.
    Alison

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  3. Jenny Hart

    Eileen Ann’s poem was lovely, as expected. She really is multi-talented – playing various musical instruments, and of course, her singing, and now she is also a poet. Whatever next will she delight us with?

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  4. Jenny Hart

    A great story from Lesley Barklay, though I wasn’t sure it was a poem? Perhaps I misunderstood, and it wasn’t supposed to be.

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    1. IT ChampionsIT Champions

      Hi Jenny. You need really to comment on the page you are looking at – so your comment on the poem is attached to Lesley’s piece, and that itself comes from Creative Writing, and is not intended to be a poem!

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  5. Jan Lowy

    Excellent. The reading is a bit formal – there could be some pauses to make more sense.

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  7. Susan HutchingsSusan Hutchings

    Absolutely lovely and how true. Have travelled to other scenic places but the views from the Zig Zag, Beacon/Burgundy roads and The Ball always take my breath away. Sometimes when it’s on your doorstep you take it for granted.
    Minehead is a beautiful peaceful community and this piece is a fitting homage to that sentiment.

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  8. John BattJohn Batt

    Congratulations to everyone on the creation and launch of this new web site. It definitely takes Minehead & District U3A into the 21st century.

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  9. MRS EILEENANN MOORE

    Thank you so much. If you would like to hear this sung, you can Google Eileen Ann Moore Singer Songwriter YouTube Peace in Minehead.

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  10. MRS EILEENANN MOORE

    I am so pleased you like this. The reading is a computerised voice. If you would like to hear Making a Difference sung then you can Google Eileen Ann Moore YouTube Making a Difference

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  11. Hilary FiskHilary Fisk

    There will be a presentation to the Local History Group (David Temple, convenor) in January on this – watch the News on this website!

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  12. Hilary FiskHilary Fisk

    I wonder whether our thoughts are clouded by ‘the light at the end of the tunnel’ syndrome!? Getting back to ‘normal’ appears tantalisingly close and it is all we can think of after practically a year of pandemic worry. Are we close to going back to life as we were? This is a question we could do with debating.

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