Welcome to Keyworth & District U3A

Keyworth & 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.

Latest News

15 Jan 2019

Short Walk Tuesday 19th Feb 2019 -  The February short walk has been kindly organised by Selwyn. We will meet at the village hall car park as usual at 10.30 for car sharing. The walk will be in Hickling with a variety of routes to choose from. Lunch at The Plough Hickling.  For more information about the walk please visit the Walking webpage.  David Pitfield.

09 Jan 2019

The next meeting of the SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY and RESEARCH (STAR) GROUP will be held
on Monday 4th February 2019. The Session will be led by Dr Tim Pharoah – British Geological Survey who is a member of STAR Group. He will be giving a talk on Fracking for Shale Gas & Oil and be giving a talk with the title: “Fracking for non-conventional hydrocarbons – An update”.  Full information including the STAR programme to June is on the STAR Group webpage.  Chris Mason

7 Jan 2019

The Programme for 2019 for the Cycling group is now on the Cycling webpage.  Tony Fletcher.

20 Dec 2018

Architecture and Archaeology Group
In October Keith Barton told us that he and Sheila had enjoyed leading the A & A Group for many years - almost since the beginning when the Keyworth U3A was launched nearly 10 years ago!  However, for a number of reasons they need to relinquish their role from the end of this year to give themselves more time for other activities.  In consequence the Group needs to find a new Group leader.  Peter Harding, Groups Coordinator

Message from Keith and Sheila Barton
Thank you to all those who have supported this group over the last 9 years, we hope you have enjoyed it, and that it might continue with new leadership.  We have written a brief history of the Architecture and Archaeology Group from the launch in 2009 to the present, it can be read on the A&A webpage.  Keith and Sheila Barton

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