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(photo by kind permission of Eddie Brown, Bridgnorth Photographer) 

 


Bridgnorth & District u3a ...

No longer working full-time or raising a family?   Now’s the time to make the most of life.   
u3a offers the chance to develop your interests, make new friends and enjoy yourself.   

We are a unique and exciting organisation which provides opportunities for residents from Bridgnorth and
surrounding areas who have finished raising a family and/or are no longer in full time work and who wish to
continue to learn, laugh and live in what 
is often referred to as the 'third-age' of life.   

We are a member led organisation.  Members share their skills and life experiences with each other in
small groups, through a wide variety of interests and activities.    We aim to have fun along the way and
it has been said that u3a is the 'youth club' for older people!

Are you interested to discover more about u3a here in Bridgnorth?   Click u3a in Bridgnorth 

 

Bridgnorth Town ...

is an historic market town (area population 12,500) in the County of Shropshire.  

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.   It nestles comfortably in the
Severn Valley and is uniquely divided into High Town (with great views down!) and Low Town (with great views up!).   
The town is connected by the original roadway known as The Cartway, seven ancient Donkey Steps and the
Cliff Railway which is the steepest inland funicular in Britain.  
 

The award winning Severn Valley Steam Railway links the town to Kidderminster 14 miles to the south.   
Surrounding towns:  Shrewsbury 21 miles;  Telford 12 miles;  Wolverhampton 14 miles;  Birmingham 27 miles. 

 

 

 

 

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