Explore, discover and share with Tonbridge U3A
It’s never too late to learn something new
What is The U3A?
U3A is the University of the Third Age. We are all about being involved in physical and mental interests for anyone not in full time work. The U3A is non-profit & self-help, run by members. Each U3A is independent and usually a registered charity. In the UK we have 985+ U3As with 360,000+ members. Groups vary in their level of academic involvement.
Benefits of the U3A
You can expect to have great fun and enjoy life to the full, exercise you brain and/or your body. Make many long lasting friendships by joining one or more friendly interest groups. You can explore, discover and share your passion and informally learn or absorb new interests. You can enjoy interesting subjects.
About Tonbridge U3A
We have over 1,100 members from the area, with over 100 interest groups - the life blood of the U3A. We hold monthly meetings which are open to all members. We have our Open Day on the first Wednesday of September - members and the public can talk to group organisers. We organise an annual holiday trip, day visits and theatre trips.
A new group organising visits to Antique Fairs and Auctions on an ad hoc basis.
2.00pm to 3.45pm Medway Hall. Angel Centre, Tonbridge
Speaker: Chris O’Donoghue
Monday 16 April in the Medway Hall, Angel Centre at 2.30pm, Join us for an afternoon of nostalgia when we are showing a collection of vintage films featuring archive footage of the UK’s countryside followed by afternoon tea
Now is the time to oﬀer your help we have 3 specific roles that are vacant and we have full descriptions of each
Our visit this month is to Audley End. Full cost of the visit is £18. Applications close 20 April.
This is a chance for people to come along to the Reiki group and find out more about Reiki
2.00pm in the Age UK Hall, Bradford Street, Tonbridge. Come and hear about the history and techniques of this very interesting craft
Angel Centre, Tonbridge 2 – 5pm. Small charge under £5. A talk by Nathalie Baron covering many aspects of the relationships between plants and insects.
10.30 – 12.00 at the Rose and Crown, Tonbridge – Free parking