L o g i n | Friday 21 July 2017
Yealm U3A

Current Groups

Groups: Summer Social @ Battisborough 2013 (Click on an item below to read more)
• 'T' Dance
• Art Appreciation
• AUS/NZ Interest
• Bird Watching
• Bridge for Beginners & Improvers
• Cycling
• Family History
• French Conversation
• German Conversation
• Historic Churches
• Photography Workshop
• Poetry
• Singing
• Tours and Trips
• U3A Village Question Time
• Walking Through Time
• Wine Appreciation
• Yeamblers
If you have an idea for a new group or activity, please contact us.
 

Latest News

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Lord David Owen - Friday, 14th July 2017

Lord David Owen
A talk by Lord Owen
Friday, 14th July 2017

The Village Hall, Noss Mayo

Doors open at 6.45pm for a prompt start at 7.30pm

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28/06/2017

National U3A Summer Schools for 2017

17th - 20th July at Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire
History of the Workhouse
Literature Elizabeth Gaskell
Maths
Sexuality in the An ... Read more...

08/04/2017

National U3A Conference and AGM 2017

The National Conference and AGM will be held on
29 31 AUGUST 2017 @ EAST MIDLANDS CONFERENCE CENTRE, NOTTINGHAM


Working together for a great f ... Read more...

03/04/2017

Celebration of 1,000 U3As

We are pleased to announce that the video recording of our Celebration of 1,000 U3As is now available to view on our YouTube Channel.

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07/04/2017

Welcome to the Yealm U3A!

home page: Unexplained "Scallop Cuts" on excavation of the "Unfinished Obelisk" at Aswan

What the U3A is and what it does.

The U3A (University of the Third Age) is a national organisation ( Click to read more) for people no longer in full-time employment. Local U3As are learning cooperatives that draw upon the knowledge and skills of their members.

The Yealm branch of the U3A was formed in 2007. It is going from strength-to-strength. We now have over 200 members and 14 self-education groups. Some groups meet regularly and some on an ad-hoc occasional basis. Most have a summer break. Some are entirely sedentary and village-based. Others are more physically active and involve outings. There are also occasional speaker meetings of general interest for the whole of the membership.

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