Message from Marie Geary, Secretary Carmarthen U3A
Natwest Bank are running ‘ How to be Safe Online’ sessions to help people avoid being scammed.
Friends Against Scams sessions
Experts from NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank will update you on the latest coronavirus scams and how to protect yourself from fraud. The sessions will be hosted by a Community Banker and are open to anyone who would like to know more about how to keep themselves safe from fraud and scams.
You need to sign up to the Newsletter for these free online sessions for U3A members. There is a link in the Newsletter.
THE Welsh Session is on the 13th May at 10.30 – 11.30am.
Also there are a series of live streamed lectures every Thursday at 2.30pm. The first one on Thursday 14th May is on Robotics. There is a link on the Newsletter.
Please email the National Office if you have any news on how you marked VE day
There is a link in the Newsletter regarding cancellation of holidays and trips and how to get a refund. There is also some advice on how to safeguard yourself if you are contemplating a trip in the future and thinking of booking now.
There are also Zoom tutorials available
Hope you all keeping well and finding enough to do.
Best wishes to you all
Marie Geary , Secretary, Carmarthen U3A
Marie Geary offers some entertainment in these challenging times!
) Half of us are going to come out of this lockdown as amazing cooks. The other half will have a drinking problem
2) Every few days try your jeans on to make sure they fit. Pyjamas would have you believe that all is well.
3) Home schooling is going well. 2 students suspended for fighting and one teacher fired on the job.
4) My body has absorbed so much soap and disinfectant that when I pee it cleans the toilet.
5) I’m so excited……… time to put the bins out………….what will I wear?
Keep well everyone and I look forward to seeing you all again soon.
Marie Geary, Acting Secretary, Carmarthen U3A