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(photo by kind permission of Eddie Brown, Bridgnorth Photographer)
The historic riverside town of Bridgnorth (area population 12,500) nestles comfortably into the River Severn Valley, less than 10 miles from Birmingham and 20 miles from Shrewsbury.
Bridgnorth was once (pre canals and railways) the busiest inland port in Europe, but nowadays the River Severn is clear and unpolluted, and is a quiet haven for walkers, anglers and wildlife.
This market town is divided into High Town and Low Town, the two being linked by seven sets of ancient donkey steps and the Castle Hill Railway which is the steepest inland cliff railway in Britain. In Low Town, the award winning Severn Valley Steam Railway links the town to Kidderminster.
Bridgnorth & District U3A ...
U3A is a unique and exciting organisation which provides opportunities for local people who are retired, semi-retired or nearing retirement ('ie Third-Agers') to come together to continue to Learn, Laugh and Live!
Members share their skills and life experiences with each other in an organisation where the learners 'teach' and the teachers 'learn' ... with no distinction between them and where no qualifications are given.
Interested? Discover more click here U3A in Bridgnorth
Let us know if you wish to come along to one of our monthly meetings and we will ensure someone is available to greet you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org