U3A

AcronymDefinition
U3AUniversity of the Third Age (various countries)
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101215BU3A_03 JULIAN HUGHES Massed voices for the U3A carol service at Huddersfield Parish Church |
Stevenage, Harpenden, Merton, Yeovil, Totnes, Barnstaple and Saffron Walden signed up in 1983 - a year in which the first national U3A magazine and annual conference were also born, and the national Third Age Trust became a registered charity.
U3A Larnaca currently have 30 groups which cater for a wide variety of activities and interests, which include : ancient civilizations, scrabble, music, pilates, mosaics, About Cyprus, geology, to name but a few.
The group, part of Cardiff U3A for the retired and semi-retired, were invited to perform at Castell Coch, the famous 19th-century hunting lodge of the Marquess of Bute.
Sponsorship of the local U3A branch by the Whyalla campus of the University of South Australia (UniSA) for the past 16 years has brought advantages to both organisations.
Ruth Lesser, 79, of the U3A, designed and edited the book and also wrote one of the contributions.
It will be used for new communication equipment such as microphones and amplifiers, improving the wide variety of talks at U3A bi-monthly meetings.
I AM a member of Crosby & District U3A (University of the 3rd Age) and sadly, because of obvious reasons, our membership is dropping off and I think we could do with your readers' help.
Cardiff | U3A will be "Looking for life in the universe" today.
Currently, also on the first floor, is a display of fantastic paintings by Art Club members of the U3A.
Until advice is received from the Government, and having experienced the danger of roadside walking as leader of Swansea's U3A rambling group, I would therefore advise large groups to keep to the right, except, when nearing a bend when crossing over should be in controlled groups of no more than 10 at a time.