Mapping Bramhall Group
|Summary||Mapping Bramhall is a research group looking at Bramhall past, present and future. In addition to topics which we all research, individuals pursue their own interests and report back to the group.|
|Venue||Meet third Monday in the month at 2:00pm at Co-ordinator's home.|
|Contact||Val Murray - Telephone details are in the paper copy of the newsletter|
|email@example.com with 'U3A Mapping Bramhall Enquiry' as the subject|
We research Bramhall, past, present and future, both individually and as a group. The group only functions because everyone makes a contribution. Individual research topics include Bramhall history, schools, buildings and their uses, oral history, care homes and industry. Group activities have included an annual local walk, sitting and observing for fifteen minutes, tracing rivers, recording bridges, cafe and tree surveys and favourite maps. We have occasional quizzes and sometimes send off letters pointing out things that need attention.
Findings are presented at the monthly meetings and a paper copy is lodged in our archive which now contains more than 100 items. Tea, biscuits and sharing local news are an important part of the meetings which take place round the leader's kitchen table.
|Members of the Mapping Bramhall Group surveying the Ladybrook Valley|
December 2019 Report: View
U3A Mapping Bramhall Group Report 2019
Membership of the Mapping Bramhall Group remains fairly steady. We continue to meet monthly round the leader's kitchen table. Everyone contributes to the programme in one way or another and our archive has topped 150 items which is the result of the work of members. We are beginning to discuss a way of using this and making it more widely available.
In 2019 we continued the pattern of individual research projects and group activities which included local history, gravestones in Bramhall, Local transport, local dentists and a presentation of a walk to the village. Group projects included a survey of hedges and a local walk.
In 2020 we will continue to examine our local environment and maps of all kinds. Our programme will have a slightly different emphasis with more group projects and outings.
Discussing local events and issues over tea and biscuits is as ever an important and enjoyable part of our activity.
Val Murray November 2019
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