Next Monthly Meeting is Wed 26th Oct at 2pm. Topic: Journeys in Biology: DNA and the Genome Revolution
Next Social Event is a Barn Dance on Wednesday 26th Oct at 7pm
Next Coffee Morning is Monday 14th November at 10am. Non-members welcome too!
Oct 25th: New photos from Outings 1 at Chichester Festival Theatre are now on their group page
Oct 22nd: New group Drawing 2 has formed
Oct 22nd: New photos from Family History 1 at Portsmouth History Centre are now on their group page
Oct 20th: New photos from Bus Trippers on the Isle of Wight are now on their group page
Oct 18th: New News Bulletin for October is now in the Members area
Oct 15th: New photos from Walking 1 - Striders at Selborne are now on their group page
Oct 14th: New group Gardening has formed
Oct 14th: New group Pilates 4 has started
Oct 8th: New group Walking 2 - Striders has formed
Oct 7th: New photos from Bus Trippers on the Ferry to Lymington are now on their group page
Sept 29th: New photos from Modern History 1 (from 1500) now on their group page
Sept 29th: New review from Folk/Roots Appreciation is now on their group page
Sept 27th: New update from Modern History 2 (from 1500) now on their group page
Sept 26th: New review from Jazz & Blues Appreciation are now on their group page
Sept 26th: New photos from Walking 1 - Striders at Hooksway are now on their group page
Sept 26th: New photos from Local History 2 at Explosion Museum are now on their group page
Sept 21st: New update from Cinema Appreciation is now on their group page
The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international movement and in the UK there are nearly 1,000 UK branches with a total membership of over 360,000. It’s objective is to be a university in the original sense of a community of people sharing interests and enthusiasms. There are no tests or exams and no qualifications required or gained. Full details at www.u3a.org.uk
Waterlooville U3A formed in January 2006 and has grown into a thriving organisation with over 650 members and growing. We are a friendly, informal group, offering afresh approach to life-long learning. We organise a varied programme of creative, study, social and leisure activities with over 80 groups covering nearly 60 different subjects. These are run by members who freely give their time, to share their knowledge and experience, and develop their own individual capabilities by learning from other members. We also hold sociable meetings with an outside speaker, normally on the fourth Wednesday afternoon of the month at The Sacred Heart Parish Centre, Waterlooville.
If you want to meet active and enthusiastic people who take a creative and positive approach to retirement then you are likely to enjoy Waterlooville U3A and our activities.
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