We have many informative and social activities throughout the year which are enjoyed by members including lunches, outings, walks and talks on diverse topics.
In addition to the events and outings organised by Cranleigh U3A there are lectures, study days, summer schools and other activities organised on a regional and national basis - these events are open to all our U3A members.
Please “click” one of the Links on the right hand side of this page, which will give you access to the interesting events currently being offered by the following:
- South East U3A Region
- Surrey U3A Network
- U3A National Office > Click the Member Login button [new members have to create an account - "only once"]. Now click the Members' Area Homepage button, then click the Events box to view and book your choice.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Mon Aug 19th||OPEN DAY|
At the Cranleigh Village Hall
From 2.00 to 4.00pm
|Tue Oct 29th||Annual General Meeting (AGM)|
In the Cranleigh Village Hall at 2.00pm
|Mon Jul 22nd||MONDAY 22nd JULY 2019 - A VISIT TO THE HISTORIC DOCKYARD AT CHATHAM|
Join us on this varied and exciting trip to the Historic Dockyard at Chatham. There will tea/coffee and Danish Pastries on arrival (included in the price) and this will be followed by a guided coach tour of the Dockyard which will give us an interesting overview of the 400 years of Maritime history of the site.
Following this there will be time to have lunch in either one of the cafes on site - or of course to enjoy your own packed lunch. After Lunch we can enjoy a guided walking tour of the Sets, Props and Costumes used in the filming of the latest series of ‘Call The Midwife’.
This will be followed by some free time to explore independently some of the other fascinating areas of the Dockyard including perhaps the Victorian Ropery.
We will leave for home at about 4.30 pm
|Thu Aug 8th||THURSDAY 8th AUGUST 2019 - A VISIT TO THE VAN GOGH EXHIBITION AT TATE BRITAIN OR A DAY OUT IN LONDON|
Join us for a visit to this fabulous exhibition of over fifty works by Vincent Van Gogh at Tate Britain. The exhibition brings together some of Van Gogh’s most famous works from around the world. Van Gogh lived in England as a young man and fell in love with the culture, walking the streets and dreaming of the future and inspiring British artists. The works reveal how he was inspired by Britain and how he in turn inspired British artists.
Alternatively, you can visit Tate Britain free if you do not wish to go to the exhibition, or you can just take the coach and have a day out in London to enjoy the sights or go shopping or whatever else you want to do.
We will leave at 4pm to return to Cranleigh.