Welcome to Keyworth & District U3AKeyworth & District University of the Third Age (U3A) is an organisation formed by local people whose aim is to work together to provide and benefit from learning opportunities. Our members are no longer in full-time employment and the objective is enjoyment not qualifications. There is more information in the About Us section.
Autumn Coffee MorningThe Monthly Meetings Programme and the New Horizons Events list are in the What's On section.
Saturday 22nd October, Village Hall, 10.00 to 12.30
All members are welcome to come along, and share in this informal morning, with refreshments. The format will follow that which was well received last year, with group leaders or representatives to chat with about their various interest groups. For existing U3A members it is an opportunity to find about groups beyond those you are already involved with, and just enjoy a relaxed and convivial gathering with U3A friends And if you know others in the wider community who might also be interested in finding out about our U3A, they would also be very welcome.
- Collections of Keyworth U3A photographs are on Flickr
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07 Sep 2016Listening to Music - the programme for August to December 2016 is now available on the Listening to Music webpage. Bill Cooper.
29 Aug 2016Please note that the October New Horizons visit to Lincoln has been cancelled due to low demand for this particular visit resulting in a large deficit. New Horizons has no choice but to cancel. All members booked to visit Lincoln will be contacted and will receive a full refund. Would anyone with any concerns please contact Sue O'Donoghue. 0115 937 2989.
03 Aug 2016The August STAR Group meeting featured an excellent talk given by Professor Frazer Pearce of Nottingham University with the title: "SETI - Are we alone?" (SETI is an acronym for Search for Extra Terrestial Intelligence).
To learn more read Chris Mason's report on the talk on the STAR Group webpage. The August Newsletter No. 6 has also been added.
26 Jul 2016The Exploring Heraldry group's end of term trip was to Derby Cathedral. Fourteen members of the group met in the cafe opposite where they could admire the beautiful wrought iron gates in front of the Cathedral and start to puzzle over the coat of arms at the top. Clare and Vic's entertaining and informative article describing the visit can be found on the Exploring Heraldry webpage.
12 Jul 2016The full STAR Group programme to the end of 2016 is on the STAR Group webpage. We meet as usual at 2.00 pm in the Methodist Church. Chris Mason
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