details of selected local events run by other organisations that may interest U3A members:- 

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An invitation to join a clinical trial looking at the impact of intermittent fasting and/or chewing on the production of brain cells, memory and ageing being run at King’s College London.


The trial involves a dietary intervention in which eligible participants will be asked to either follow the 5:2 diet or chew gum for 12 weeks. We will ask participants to attend our research unit near Waterloo station where we will take some body measurements, do a computer-based memory task and take a blood sample. We will be investigating any improvements in memory that is associated with a brain region called the hippocampus which is currently the only part in humans which continues to produce new brain cells throughout life.


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 Preventing Falls in Rushmoor ~Local sessions in October.

Rushmoor has the highest recorded rate of falls, for people aged 65 and above, in Hampshire. Two new programmes (Falls Friends and Steady and Strong) are starting in Rushmoor to help people continue to live independently and to prevent falls. 

Falls Friends

Would you like to know more about what causes people to fall and what steps can be taken to prevent falls? Falls Friends sessions are one hour, interactive talks that explain just that.  You may want this information for a family member, a friend, a service user/client or yourself.

Falls Friends sessions are running across  Rushmoor in October. Register your interest using details below.


Steady and Strong classes

These classes are designed to help older people maintain and improve strength, balance and coordination. By doing the prescribed exercises older people can keep mobile, stay independent and reduce their chances of having a fall.  Dates to be arranged. Register your interest using details below.


Contact Details

Nicola Kelly 
Falls Prevention Physical Activity Coordinator 
Public Health team, Hampshire County Council

Saturday 13th October 2018

Farnborough Lions Club  ~ Charity Quiz

invitation for teams to register

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 NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for the planning and buying of health services for the local area.

You are invited to complete a survey (on-line or on paper) to help them determine what they're doing well, or not so well. This will help the development of better services for everyone.


The survey runs from 17th September to 30th November and may be accessed online at: or completed on paper (please contact us if you would like copies).  

If you would like more information or have questions, please contact :


Tel: 01252 335154

Post: NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham CCG
4th Floor, Aldershot Centre for Health

Hospital Hill


GU11 1AY

 CWGC’s volunteer guides will be stationed at Brookwood Military Cemetery  most Sundays until December 2018 to share the cemetery’s story. 

There is no need to book for the tours – just turn up. Tours will begin outside the Canadian Records Building, at the main entrance. 

for further details incl dates & times click here


Starts October 8th 2018

Pass IT On
Farnborough 6th Form College offer personalised help with technology - Computers, Tablets, Mobile Phones
every Monday during term time 3:45 - 5:15
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Hampshire County Council run a wide range of meetings/ courses/ events at the county libraries that may interest you. A full list of events throughout the county can be found here 
selected events in the near future .......

ould you like to join or even lead an informal group meeting at Farnborough Library to discuss and study the local buildings, the aviation history and the people who lived and worked in Farnborough? (click on image to see full details)


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29 Aug 2018, 10:09
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