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U3A members are working with The Guardian News and Media (GNM) Archive on a shared learning project. Having previously received interest from over 100 U3A members, a project to transcribe the...

We are delighted to welcome guest speaker, Richard Hill MBE, a pioneer for the development of adapted cricket across the UK.  Please join us as Richard talks to u3a about how sport in general,...

Welcome to Week 21 of our weekly maths challenge, which is being hosted on our learning pages. On the learning pages you can find the a new set of questions for Week 21 and the answers to Week...

It's Week 20 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Seperated By A Common Language - and the answers to last week's questions - Spot the TV Programmes You can see these and all the quizzes on...

Join us for a talk with Richard Hill MBE, a pioneer for the development of adapted cricket across the UK. The talk will take place on 4 September at 2pm and Richard will discuss how sport in...

Jack Berkovi, the Chair and founder of Hampstead Garden Suburb U3A (HSG U3A), has been given a Civic Award from Barnet Council for his work in the suburb.  Jack founded Hampstead Garden...

Barnsley U3A’s Walking Cricket team has met for the first time since lockdown. Following all the social distancing guidelines, Walking Cricket Subject Advisor Mac Mckechnie organized this first...

Continuing our series which shares great ideas and the latest ideas and suggestions to help you keep active, keep connected and keep learning. Yoga Our first U3A yoga newsletter has now been...

We’re inviting U3A members from across the UK to take part in a national virtual choir project. This project is being helped by Plymouth U3A member Richard Keoghoe. In a series of Zoom sessions...

Welcome to Week 18 of our weekly maths challenge, which is being hosted on our learning pages. On the learning pages you can find the a new set of questions for Week 18 and the answers to the Week...

It's Week 17 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Film Anagrams and the answers to last week's questions - Cryptic Books. You can see these and all the quizzes on the Learning Pages. Chris...

We are developing our U3A platforms and want to hear from you about what you want to see from our online learning. The learning department has created a survey to help them develop the new Online...

Due to popular demand, we are excited to offer a second interactive session on Zoom with publishing expert, Alysoun Owen, who will be talking about how to get your work published.  The last...

Continuing our series which shares great ideas and the latest ideas and suggestions to help you keep active, keep connected and keep learning. Phil Joiner from Wanstead and Woodford U3A produce a...

Welcome to Week 17 of our weekly maths challenge, which is being hosted on our learning pages. On the learning pages you can find the a new set of questions for Week 17 and the answers to the Week...

We were interested to read recently that Artificial Intelligence models have been developed to identify individual birds without tagging which will help to identify the many different species of...

We are working very hard to keep our members reglarly updated on the latest Government and NHS guidance on Covid-19 pandemic as it relates to U3A. We recently (31 July) issued the revised guidance...

Continuing our series which shares great ideas and the latest ideas and suggestions to help you keep active, keep connected and keep learning.      British Red Cross The British Red...

Are you an Amateur Radio enthusiast? Would you like to meet people with the same interest to share experiences and support each other in this area? We will be discussing topics such as how has...

It's Week 16 of our Quiz with a new set of questions - Cryptic Books and the answers to last week's questions - Oscars You can see these and all the quizzes on the Learning Pages. Chris Wright,...

What’s causing the louder birdsong? Have you noticed the daily chorus of birdsong, particularly louder now in urban areas? Apparently the lower noise level created by lockdown might be helping...