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Who are we?

Christchurch University of the Third Age (U3A) offers a programme of educational and leisure activities for those not in full-time employment, and is part of a worldwide movement. Members with similar interests meet during the day in small groups, usually weekly or fortnightly and at various venues. The main aim is to advance the education of retired & semi-retired people and assist them in pursuing their interests within a social environment.

Publicity u3a Day 2021 in Saxon Square - IMG_2223

Around and about - singing thursday 1

Tennis - IMG_2140

Around and about - bridge group 4 Tue

Around and about - badminton -thursday

Updates for 2018 - u3a at shake and stir

Around and about - indoor bowls on Wednesday

International Folk Dancing Group - Wimborne Folk Festival

Third Age Films - D72_0236

Table Tennis - IMG_2251

Play Reading - play reading1

Lets Dance Group Christmas Tea Dance - Eric giving some tuition

Photography Group - IMG_5278-7

Dance Group - IMG_3977

Short Walks - 20210716_111614

Short Walks - IMG_2250

Tennis - IMG_2142

Table Tennis - IMG_2250

Annual Group Leaders Meeting - Chris, our Webmaster, answering questions

Around and about - table tennis - group

Publicity u3a Day 2021 in Saxon Square - IMG_2215

Around and about - Walking group

Lets Dance Group Christmas Tea Dance - dance practice

Third Age Films - Discussing the next shot

Around and about - Tuesday evening snooker

Around and about - MOTOR BIKE CLUB

Annual Group Leaders Meeting - welcoming group

International Folk Dancing Group - Priory House

Around and about - badminton - thursday

Longer Walks - IMG_20200206_110653

Vintage Brass - Baritones and Horns

Around and about - drawing mixed media tuesday

Publicity u3a Day 2021 in Saxon Square - IMG_2221

International Folk Dancing Group - Thursday morning action (3)

Monthly Meetings - March talk about Red Arrows (2)