Dulwich & District


Dulwich & District u3a currently have over 90 Interest Groups, full details of which can be found on the Groups page.

In addition to the Interest Groups we organise monthly meetings with interesting guest speakers. It is also an opportunity for members to meet each other, swap experiences and discuss ideas.

Learn Digital Life Skills: This is a series of online learning sessions to introduce members to the many and varied elements of the digital world. They are provided free to Dulwich & District U3A members by the IT consultancy Systems & Smiles. The whole series is sponsored by the phone company, ‘3’. Each session is self contained and there is no need to ‘attend’ the whole series – pick and choose as you wish. Sessions will resume in January 2024 and will be added to the Workshops section below when confirmed.

Need a break from Zoom? Why not sit back, relax and listen to u3a radio? Scroll down for the latest episode (No. 33, October 2023). The April 2021 edition featured an interview with one of our members, Maggie Smith - click the link.

Any member needing help with zoom should look at our Zoom help page by clicking ZOOMHELP

NOTE: Regional and National events are only open to u3a members.

For more information about London Region events please click London Region

For more information about Third Age Trust National events including quizzes, challenges and projects from subject adviser volunteers click NATIONAL.

Please note that the London Region and Third Age Trust regularly release new events so keep checking their websites for updates!

Dates for your Diary
Wed Apr 17th Monthly meeting at Herne Hill Baptist Church 2pm for 2.15pm
Christine Webber will speak on Positive Ageing.
Christine is a psychotherapist and former televsion news presenter who writes a regular column on this topic for East Anglian newspapers. She is also the author of several books including Too Young to Get Old.
Tue May 21st AGM and monthly meeting at Herne Hill Baptist Church 2pm for 2.15pm
After the AGM, Simon Keable-Elliott will speak about his grandfather Robert Keable, author of a best-selling First World War novel Simon Called Peter, described by F Scott Fitzgerald as "utterly immoral", which Simon took as the title of his book about his grandfather Utterly Immoral.
Wed Jun 26th Monthly meeting at Herne Hill Baptist Church 2pm for 2.15pm
Chris Schüler, author, will speak on The Wood that Built London, a human history of the Great North Wood.
(NB This talk was originally announced for 19 June.)
Fri Jul 19th Summer garden party at Bell House - details to follow

u3a radio Episode 33