Tips on using the Swindon U3A Activities Summary page

Introduction

The objective of this page is to give a quick summary of all the activities.  The page is organised in three ways,

The subject groupings are not in any particular order, but each grouping is identified by a coloured bar at the left and right of the page.  A printable version of the summary page can be found by clicking on the link to the right of the one used to show this page.

Each activity is a link to another page which is based on the groupings of activities.  On this linked page (an example is shown below)  you will find details for each activity,

Please note that there may be several activities on each of these pages (listed in day then time order) and you may have to scroll up and down to find the one you want.

Some activities have information specific to themselves and that can be found by clicking on the link at the top right of each activity block as shown below:

Life, the Universe and Everything

Further Information

When: Tuesday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Break for School Holidays
Frequency: Fortnightly, from 08 September 2009  
Where: Broadgreen Community Centre, Salisbury Street, Swindon, SN1 2AN
Leaders: Brian Hinde     lue@swindonu3a.org.uk
Status: Spaces Limit:    
This group covers anything scientific or technical. Members help to research selected topics and present them to the group for discussion.

Alternatively the link in the activity cell on the main activity index page, e.g. Line Dancing , will take you directly to the specific information for the activity, such as the programme for that activity.

Finding an Activity

This will vary according to the browser you are using, but if you do not know where the Text Find function is located a good start will be to press the CTRL+F keys.  If the Text Find function is not visible by default, this will almost certainly activate it in a pop up window or an extra box in the header of the browser.  Type the word you want to find and then either press return or click on the Next button.  This technique for finding a word will work with most PC applications.