(photo by kind permission of Eddie Brown, Bridgnorth Photographer)
Welcome to Bridgnorth U3A
What does U3A offer?
U3A stands for "University of the Third Age". It provides an interesting and rewarding opportunity for third-agers, those who have raised a family and completed (almost) their working life, to continue to LEARN, LAUGH and LIVE. The word 'university' is used in its widest context of 'groups of people coming together with common interests'. By joining U3A, retired and semi-retired people can learn together ... not for qualifications but for its own reward of the joy of discovery!
Our monthly meetings are a chance for members to listen to an interesting speaker, catch up with latest U3A news and meet friends; you can also choose from a range of activity groups. Speakers are booked on a wide range of interesting topics.
Meetings are held at The Community Hall, Low Town, Bridgnorth WV15 6BB on the 4th Wednesday of the month (ex Dec) at 1.30 for 2.00 start.
Our next monthly meeting is Wednesday 24th July 1.30 ready for the talk at 2.00pm: The Speaker for this meeting is David Skillern. His talk is "Forewarned is Forearmed: The Royal Observer Corps in Peace and War".
To find out more about our speaker programme - click here
Bridgnorth U3a offer a range of activity groups to suit everyone, whatever your interest and ability. To find out more of the days and times of the groups click here To download a leaflet of groups running click here If you can't find a group or activity you like, why not start one of your own!
Please note due to insurance purposes you need to join U3a before you can take part in groups but you are welcome to attend three monthly meetings as a visitor. The cost of attending a meeting is £2.00
To see our upcoming events click here
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