Project ID591
DescriptionFive U3As known as CHaTTR U3As, in the Thames Valley network, have researched the River Thame, a tributary of the Thames. Many different groups looked at historic buildings, footpaths and walks, the flora and fauna and the geology while others produced photographs, paintings, poetry and a banner.
TopicAgeing
Arts
History
Natural world
Science
Walks
TypeU3A-led research (SLP)
U3AThames Valley U3A network
Chinnor U3A
Haddenham U3A
Greater Thame U3A
Ridgeway U3A
Thame & District
Organization/partnerNone
Year started2016
Source of referenceSources 60, Feb 17, p.8
OutputA booklet 'The Towns and Villages of the River Thame'                        A book 'As Thame Goes By' with 16 walks with maps and history.  A banner showing points of interest on a map of the river.                 A presentation at the start of a two month exhibition at Thame Museum and a cream tea held in a local tithe barn for all those involved
DocumentNone
NotesThis project developed from the earlier Riverside Project (see number 383).  The co-ordinator for this project was the late Rod Byles