A photographic tour across Vietnam and Cambodia will be on offer as a group for people who are retired or semi-retired stages its next meeting.

Members of Paisley & District U3A (University of the Third Age) will hear from member and guest speaker Rod Ferrier, who will share pictures of his recent travels to south-east Asia.

The cycling enthusiast recently undertook a 17-day trip across the region by bike and boat, which resulted in some spectacular photographs of key historical and cultural sites.

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Among these are the Angkor Wat temples in Cambodia, which have UNESCO world heritage status.

Rod Ferrier said: "Vietnam has so much to offer, with a rich culture and history which is both old and new.

"We travelled from the north to the south with a support team and guides.

"Our small group was incredibly well looked after yet every day was full on!"

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The free event will take place at the Salvation Army Hall in Mill Street, Paisley, on Thursday, October 5.

Kathy O’Donnell, chair of Paisley & District U3A, said: "There's a saying that travel broadens the mind. This presentation promises to be a visual treat and is likely to generate a few questions.

"Before we hear from our guest speaker, there's the chance to find out more about our U3A groups and activities. Paisley & District U3A now has 20 interest groups available to join for anyone no longer in full-time work.

"We are holding an information fayre in the hall, with refreshments, from 1.30pm to 2pm. Anyone who is interested can come along, see what's on offer and have a chat with any of our volunteers. More than 120 people already enjoy being in our U3A - you can too!"