U3A activities split into two types: the Monthly Meeting (including the AGM) where all are welcome, and group activities which are open to mebers of that specific group.
The Monthly Meeting of the Cambourne & District U3A will normally be held 10:30am - 12:00 on the 3rd Friday of every month - except that there will be no meeting in August or December. The venue is The Hub Community Centre (Main Hall), High Street, Cambourne CB23 6GW. Note that there is some parking behind the venue. The format of the meeting will be 1/2 hour for tea/coffee & biscuits, a chat, and an opportunity to talk to group leaders and members of the committee; this is followed by any formal announcements, and then a talk from an invited speaker. Please remember to bring your membership card with you! If you are not a member, you will be able to sign up at the meeting.
The AGM is held in July, again at The Hub. Members only - but all members are welcome! Copies of the agenda, together with forms to put forward other agenda items can be found in the Links section of this page; for AGMs where committee members are up for election, nomination forms are also available.
The venue for group meetings will vary - some will be held in one of the rooms at The Hub, others at the library or at, say, the group organiser's home. For insurance reasons, most group meetings are only open to members of our U3A. Please note that where groups are meeting on a regular schedule, and at a regular venue, then we will not normally list the event here; it is only the inaugural group meetings that are shown, plus group meetings that are on an irregular schedule or are not being held at their regular venue.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Fri Jul 26th||WWII||The next meeting if the WW2 group will take place on Friday, 26th of July at 2pm at Lucy’s house. Derek will lead the session and will be talking about events in the Pacific in 1942.|
|Tue Sep 3rd||Study Trips||Sutton Hoo Study Trip|
Depart Cambourne Hub 9am
Leave Sutton Hoo 3.30/3.45pm
Arrival at Sutton Hoo, near Woodbridge in Suffolk, after a journey of approximately one and a half hours, will give us time for coffee before we visit Tranmer House on the site. There we will see presentations describing the people and stories surrounding the amazing archaeological discoveries at Sutton Hoo.
For more details, download the Booking form for Sutton Hoo.
|Sat Sep 28th||Study Trips||Snape Maltings and Aldeborough Food Festival|
Cost: £20 for minibus
This weekend, Snape Maltings will once again be filled with the finest local produce, celebrity chefs, and food and drink lovers travelling from far and wide.
For more details, download the Booking form for Snape Maltings.