If you are retired or semi-retired and live in Sevenoaks or the surrounding area, we can offer you the opportunity to participate in a wide range of enjoyable social, mental and physical activities.
Our membership has grown to over 900 members in the 20 years since we were formed and new members are welcome.
If you are interested in becoming a new member, more information is available on the Want To Join page. You can then find out how to join on the How To Join page.
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It is pleasing to note the considerable enthusiasm from Members to start new groups. At the present time things are looking very positive for starting up Bird Watching, Basic French, English Country Dancing and Aviation Groups, plus a second Science Discussion Group. Additionally there is an article in this Newsletter for those who may be interested in Board Games.
We recently hosted a very successful coffee morning for new Members, who I am sure will make a positive contribution to our U3A. Lots of interesting topics were discussed Including the possibility of setting up a Basic Guitar Group. If you are interested, please let me know.
So next year we should see a good variety of activities to keep us mentally and physically on our toes.
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Sevenoaks U3A Constitution was revised at the 2014 AGM.
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CORRECTION: EVENT FLYERS
Please note: flyers for events can be found by clicking on MEMBERS’ INFO at the top of this home page, not in the News section as mentioned in the Newsletter. Apologies for this error on my part.
Jeff Lee, Website Chair