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We are delighted to continue our new series of free interactive lectures on a variety of topics in association with experts from NatWest. This Thursday you are invited to Corporate archives: why do...

Please join us in an exciting group interactive discussion about what makes a great photo.  With expert judges from the U3A Eye project, the discussion will be a chance to hear from the judging...

Welcome to week 7 of our weekly maths challenge, with problems and puzzles posed by Gordon Burgin, Andrew Holt and the U3A Maths and Stats Subject Adviser - David Martin. If you would like to share...

Continuing our series which shares great ideas and the latest ideas and suggestions to help you keep active, keep connected and keep learning. Produce a calendar Whitwick and District U3A’s...

Many of you have been sharing your stories of how you marked the 75th Anniversary of VE Day this month in inventive ways whilst socially distancing. Bolsover District U3A produced a webpage...

It's Week 6 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Town Anagrams and the answers to last week's questions - Old Money. You can see these and all the quizzes on the Learning Pages. Chris Wright,...

We are delighted to continue our new series of free learning sessions on a variety of topics in association with experts from NatWest. We are running more Friends Against Scams Sessions on...

Following on from our news feature about Ilkley U3A members making scrubs for key workers, more U3A members from across the country have got in touch to tell us about how they are also involved with...

Thank you to our wonderful Trust Volunteers who have been delivering tutorials about how to use and access Zoom.  An Introduction to Zoom tutorial lasts for 1 hour and helps members use this...

Welcome to week 6 of our weekly maths challenge, with problems and puzzles posed by Gordon Burgin, Andrew Holt and the U3A Maths and Stats Subject Adviser - David Martin.If you would like to share...

U3A members have continued to send us their fantastic bird photos and tales of feathered visitors to their gardens as part of the BTO Garden Birdwatch.  BirdTrack is provided by the...

Due to unexpected ill health, a new date is being set for the Robotics Lecture which will no longer be taking place this afternoon. This new series especially designed for us by NatWest...

It's Week 5 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Old Money and the answers to last week's questions - Sorry I haven't a Clue.   You can see these and all the quizzes on the Learning...

  Please join us in a brand new series especially designed for us by NatWest of live streamed lectures happening every Thursday at 2:30pm - the first one this week is on ROBOTICS. Sessions...

Continuing our series which shares great ideas and the latest ideas and suggestions to help you keep active, keep connected and keep learning. The Tower of London For nearly a thousand years the...

Welcome to Week 6 of our Mindfulness Sessions. U3A members are invited to join our weekly mindfulness sessions hosted on our Youtube Channel and run by our mindfulness Subject Adviser, Nancy Taylor.

Welcome to week 5 of our weekly maths challenge, with problems and puzzles posed by Gordon Burgin, Andrew Holt and the U3A Maths and Stats Subject Adviser - David Martin. If you would like to share...

To mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day tomorrow (8th May) our Research Committee wanted to let you know about the Imperial War Museum releasing digital content to celebrate the event. Archive film...

We are delighted to offer a brand new series of free learning sessions on a variety of topics in association with experts from NatWest. Friends Against Scams Sessions Experts from NatWest, Royal...

It's Week 4 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Sorry I haven't Got a Clue and the answers to last week's questions - First lines of Songs. This week the questions from Madeley & District...

Welcome to Week 5 of our Mindfulness Sessions with U3A Subject Adviser - Nancy Taylor. Please listen to them on our Youtube Channel or by clicking here