Thank you for visiting the website of the Nottinghamshire Network of U3As, a county network within the East Midlands U3A Region. There is an Association of East Midlands U3As, website www.eastmidlandsu3as.org.uk.
The Nottinghamshire Network of U3As is a federation of U3As that have joined together to support each other in the promotion of informal learning and the cultural and social development of their members. The inaugural meeting was held in January 2009.
The U3A is an amazing organisation. The word ‘university’ in this context is used in its original sense of people coming together to learn. In the UK it has been running since 1982 but is part of an international organisation begun in France in the 1970s. Membership is increasing rapidly, as is the number of U3As. The U3A is a self -help organisation offering older people no longer in fulltime employment the opportunity of lifelong learning within a friendly and sociable framework. Each U3A acts autonomously but is affiliated to the Third Age Trust that is the national representative body providing a wide range of services to the U3As.
There is more information about the network on the About Us tab.
The Park & District U3A launch meeting 18th October
The U3A is coming to the The Park in Nottingham on Tuesday 18 October 2016 at 10 o’clock at The Nottingham Squash Rackets Club, Tattershall Drive, The Park, Nottingham NG7 1BX. This is an informal meeting, with tea, coffee and biscuits. Click here for full information.
National Holocaust Centre and Museum Visit
Wed 5th October, 2016
This day presents an engaging and interactive day, unique to U3A members, which enables shared learning and the opportunity to create and reflect. The day will explore the history of the Holocaust, and consider lessons it may present to society today through considering the question 'Is there anything that can be learned from the Holocaust?'
Full information about the programme is on this poster.
To make a booking please contact Louise Stafford or the Bookings team on 01623 836627
Report on the North Notts Neighbourhood Group
'Royal Revelry' 7th June 2016
The eighth annual summer soiree was held at the John Fretwell Centre at Sookholme. It was a day long event to enable over 200 neighbours to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday and we certainly did her Majesty proud. Full report on this website under Events Reports.