Study groups, social activities, meetings and fun - in Westerham, Biggin Hill, Limpsfield, Oxted, Brasted, Sundridge and beyond
About U3A -1000 groups!
The University of the Third Age (U3A) movement is a unique organisation which provides life-enhancing and life-changing opportunities. Retired and semi-retired people study together, not for qualifications but for its own reward - the sheer joy of discovery!
Find out more about Westerham U3A at a Coffee Morning, or at an Open Meeting (non members are invited free of charge), where you can chat to one of the Committee or one of our 'Welcomers'.
“U3A has changed my life.”
Why not join us!
Are you no longer in full time work? If so, the U3A offers great opportunities. Do you want to learn more about: gardening • opera • bird watching • poetry • fly fishing • paintings • yoga • London or your local villages?
Or to: Play bridge • walk • speak or brush up on a language • meet new people… and more!
Westerham U3A offers the choice of nearly 50 different interest groups. As well as the opportunity to study and join activities, there's social events and outings - all for a small annual membership fee. Come and see for yourself.
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Upcoming events ...
The next Coffee Morning takes place from 10.30 am on Monday 6 August at the Grasshopper on the Green, Westerham.
The talk at the next Open Meeting on Thursday 13 September is by Tom Way on My Love of Africa. Tom is an award winning fine art wildlife photographer. His work is widely published and he is a contributor to the BBC Wildlife Magazine. He exhibits his images as large framed prints around the UK in galleries and art exhibitions. His greatest passion is Africa. He will be going into detail of his travels around this evocative continent describing trekking in the Bwindi Mountains in search of gorillas to spending time with a clan of meerkats in the Kalahari Desert.
6 September visit by coach to The Salutation Gardens and Sandwich. Cost £32 pp.
For further details go to the Outings page.
"Some speakers are truly excellent"