Caterham & District

Latest news

For up-to-date information about the pandemic, please visit the Coronavirus Information Page

Protect your loved ones with the official NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app for England and Wales.
The more of us that use it, the better we can control coronavirus.

Help our scientists identify high-risk areas in the UK, who is most at risk, and how fast the virus is spreading in your area. Download an app to your smartphone. Michael Connick has provided more information about the Covid-19 Symptom Tracker App.

The u3a National Office, at the Third Age Trust, has published a General Outdoor Activity Risk Assessment checklist, which must be completed by group leaders planning to re-establish group activity outdoors.


A new Crochet group has been formed. More details can be found on the Crochet group webpage.

The latest update from our Chairman can be found in the 9 Oct 20 Postcard from Purley.
Follow this link for previous updates from our Chairman.

Caterham & District u3a has launched their own page on Facebook.
At the moment, it is a "closed" page, but if you want to add anything, please send a message to Paul Knight. Please also visit the Facebook page and click on the "thumbs up" icon, as this is quite important as it will enable us to increase the circulation.

Newsletter - September / October 2020 edition
Our latest edition of the Caterham u3a Newsletter (Sep/Oct20) is now available to read (in PDF format).
Follow this link for Previous editions of the Newsletter.
If members have any interesting news relating to your group activities, please share with your group leader.
Group Leaders - please submit your articles to the Newsletter editor before the copy deadline of Fri 27th November.

Here is the Caterham u3a AGM Agenda for our AGM which is to be held via Zoom at 2pm on Monday 23rd November.

Caterham u3a Zoom talks
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we are holding a number of talks (using the Zoom Platform).
Details can be found on our Events page.
Details of talks which have already been held can be found on the Previous events page. Some of the talks were recorded, so if you missed them, the link to the recording can also be found on the Previous events page.


If you have missed any previous items of news, please take a look at our Earlier news page.