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Welcome ...

      Why not make the most of life 
         once you are no longer in full time work?

            Joining Bridgnorth & District u3a offers the chance to make
              new friends, to take up new interests and to just enjoy yourself.
 

                    

u3a is a unique and exciting organisation providing opportunities for learning, enjoyment and meeting people.
There is no upper or lower age limit to membership.   Most of our activities are aimed at people who have time on their hands because they are retired, semi-retired, about to retire or are finishing raising a family ie in their 'third-age' of life.   

Members share their skills and life experiences with each other in small groups, through a wide variety of activities and interests.   Learning for pleasure in a friendly environment can be fun and helps to keep us mentally and/or physically active whilst enjoying new friendships.

       Click u3a in Bridgnorth to discover more ... and consider joining us?    

                                               

A little about Bridgnorth Town ...

An historic medieval market town with an area population of 12,500 lying in the south of the
County of Shropshire.  Once the town was the busiest inland port in Europe (pre canals and railways). 


Nowadays the River Severn is clear and unpolluted, and is a quiet haven for walkers, anglers
and wildlife.   Bridgnorth nestles comfortably into the Severn Valley and is uniquely divided into
High Town (with great views down!) and Low Town (with great views up!). 
High and Low Town are 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.   

  
Surrounding towns are: 
Shrewsbury 21 miles;  Telford 12 miles;  Wolverhampton 14 miles;  Birmingham 27 miles. 
Kidderminster 14 miles to the south is linked to Bridgnorth by the award winning Severn Valley Steam Railway.

 

 

 

 

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