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Coming up soon via Zoom Video Chat:

Next Coffee Morning is Mon 8th March 10am
Next Monthly Meeting is Thur 25th Mar 2pm. Subject: A Grandmother's Legacy: 170 year old Cookbook

Recent happenings:

Feb 23rd: Review of Portsmouth talk to Local History groups can be viewed here
Feb 1st: New News Bulletin for February is now in the Members area
Jan 27th: Review of Southampton talk to Local History groups can be viewed here
Jan 17th: Studies in 2020 from Modern History 1 can be viewed here
Jan 5th: New News Bulletin for January is now in the Members area
Dec 19th: New Photos from Walking 1 Striders around Denmead can be viewed here
Dec 7th: Studies in 2020 from Art History 2 can be viewed here
Dec 6th: New News Bulletin for December is now in the Members area
Nov 6th: New group Cycling for Fun has formed

About Waterlooville u3a
Charity Number 1116807

Waterlooville u3a formed in January 2006 and has grown into a thriving organisation with over 800 members and growing. We are a friendly, informal group, offering a fresh approach to life-long learning. We organise a varied programme of creative, study, social and leisure activities with over 100 groups covering many different subjects. These are run by members who freely give their time, to share their knowledge and experience, and develop their own individual capabilities by learning from other members. We also hold sociable meetings with an outside speaker on the fourth Wednesday afternoon of the month at The Sacred Heart Parish Centre, Waterlooville.

If you want to meet active and enthusiastic people who take a creative and positive approach to retirement then you are likely to enjoy Waterlooville u3a and our activities.

Members can access further information by logging into the Members Area.

The u3a means 'Learn, Laugh, Live'. It is an international movement and in the UK there are over 1,000 u3as with a total membership of over 420,000. It’s an organisation for people to share interests with each other. There are no tests or exams and no qualifications required or gained. Full details at www.u3a.org.uk