There are a few places left on the "Keep safe on-line" and First Aid courses: See your December Newsline for details
A wide range of "Special Interest Groups" Our groups cover a multitude of interests; there is something for everyone! From art and literature, museum and gallery visits, theatre and concert trips to gardening, photography and walking; from sugarcraft, languages, wine-tasting and drawing to church visiting and cooking.
Opportunities to meet informally (see "Coffee Mornings" below)
A monthly meeting with speaker, 10am on the first Tuesday of each month at Southwell Leisure Centre. (Tuesday 5th December is our Christmas Party - Festive jumpers and hats if you have them. NOTE: Monthly meeting in January is the SECOND Tuesday, 9th, to give time to recover from new year [hic!])
Our monthly newsletter, "Newsline":
If you are not a member you can get a feel for what it looks like here:
Peak District Walking Group 2 has a couple of vacancies. The group offers hill and moorland walking in the Derbyshire Peak District. Walks are around ten miles.More Details. Film Extra Group: This new group was set up as an "overflow" from the Film Appreciation Group, but with a slightly different format. As a new group, it has space for more members. A full list of interest groups, their leaders and whether they have vacancies is in the Members' Area interest-groups-and-leaders A full list of interest groups and what each does is in the "Open to All" area: list-of-groups We now have pages designed to support members wanting "non-U3A" information: Go to the "Quick Links" at the top of this page, or to the "More / Links"menu to find information about local events, volunteering opportunities and more. Contact Webmasterif you have information you would like us to consider sharing via these pages on our site.
For details of some past meetings including pictures from our past Christmas meetings,Click here
Most groups meet "face to face", though a small number continue to meet on Zoom, Whatsapp and by email.
Want to see what our Groups get up to? Read our public 'Newsline' Newsletterhere
Why not take a look at the range of groups we have at the link here.