U3A Meet-Up

Running from
Next event: Monday 2 September at 10.30am
  • Free
  • The Kitchen

Come along, get yourself a brew and chat to existing members to see if the U3A is something you would like to join.

Its aim is to encourage people aged 50 and over or people not in full time employment to come together and continue their enjoyment of learning in subjects of interest to them. Subjects range from Art to Walking. There are approximately 1100 members who may attend one of the 90+ Learning/Interest groups of their choice. If no such group is available then members may start a new group to further their learning. Chester U3A is a totally volunteer organisation. It relies on the members to volunteer to populate the committee and its groups.

For more information visit u3asites.org.uk/chester

Certificate:

18+

Upcoming events

Monday 2 September 10.30am The Kitchen
Monday 7 October 10.30am The Kitchen

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