Kingswinford & District

Welcome

KINGSWINFORD U3A (UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE)

We are now in our fourteenth year as a U3A group. The U3a as an organisation aims to provide life enhancing and life changing opportunities.
We welcome anyone who is retired or semi retired to come together and learn together, not for qualifications, but for its own reward. We aim to provide the opportunity for like minded people to meet, have fun and make new friends.. .
Why not find out what it’s all about.

We have coffee mornings on the fourth Friday morning of the month at Kingswinford Community Centre.

The Main Venue is at:

KINGSWINFORD COMMUNITY CENTRE, 425 HIGH ST, KINGSWINFORD, DY6 8AP.

Further Information on Activities can be found in the Groups Section.

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Congratulations to our Chair Sue Keeling who was the outright winner of the U3A Photographic Competition- Architectural Britain-Old and New.
It was judged by Richard Sibley, Deputy Editor of the Amateur Photography Magazine. The photograph was of the sunset at the R.A.F Museum at Cosford.
You can see the photograph via our Architecture or Gallery.

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World War One Commemoration. You can view photographs from our successful coffee morning commemorating 100 years since the start of World War One through the Links at the top of this page. You can also view our latest news letter here.

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Christmas Social

The Committee hope that everyone who attended the Christmas Social on Friday at Stream Road enjoyed the morning.
The singer took many members back to their youth and a few people enjoyed a dance, this was followed by light refreshments.
A big thank you must go to the Social Committee who planned this event and who arrived early at Stream Road to get the hall ready and plate up the food.
Margaret Aston, Gill Price, Leslie Smith, Anne Davies, Ann Bradbury and Elaine Baytug.
Special thanks to Malcolm Davies - the loan fit man - who did all the heavy lifting for us.
This group of members along with Irene Hindley have worked very hard though out 2014 to give members enjoyable social events and put in long hours to see everything went well and the Committee are very grateful to have this dedicated team.