In addition to the Interest Groups we organise a monthly meeting as an opportunity for members to meet each other, swop experiences and new ideas for groups, ask questions and listen to a visiting speaker. For these we hire a large local venue.We are currently trying out a variety of venues in the area and are keeping in mind ease of access.
non-members are welcome to attend these meetings.
Dulwich U3A Open Meetings Talks are from 2:00pm till 4:00pm unless otherwise stated
Suggestions for a theme or speaker at our monthly meeting are welcome -please contact the secretary on contact page
NOTE- All the events in the meetings section below are Dulwich & District events. All other events are Regional or National U3A membership is required for these
We are setting up a REALLY USEFUL GROUP which will probably work in the same way as our tea volunteers who do a grand job with our refreshments.
We would welcome volunteers to help us, for example in setting up monthly meetings when the committee often needs some extra help in a number of ways.
Help is also needed in producing and circulating publicity materials and computer and
If you would like to get more closely involved with our U3A please contact the Secretary at
|Dates for your Diary|
|Wed Sep 11th||"The Thirsty Metropolis"|
Talk presented by Nick Higham
Tue Jul 23rd
→Thu Jul 25th
|London Region of U3As Summer School|
St Brides, fleet St,London EC4Y 8EQ
The programme will be drawn from a broad range of subjects including Art Current Affairs, History,
Literature, Music, Philosophy and Science and Travel. This year we have selected ‘Celebration of the Sea’ as a general theme. choice of 27 different talks, 5 workshops, and 6 guided walks around the City of London. For full programme click SUMMER2019 for online application LSS2019 to download postal application form click POSTALAPP (you may need to right click and 'save as')
|Tue Sep 17th||U3A Jazz Study Day 2019|
At Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Rd
for full program and booking click JAZZ2019
£20 for the whole day.
|Fri Oct 4th||Celebrating the Capital's Industrial Heritage|
Subjects include some that are specific to South London such as “Made in London South of the Thames” “The Railways of South East London” and ”Docklands – all changed”. There will also be a session “Industrial Archaeology: Past, Present and Future” presented by Professor Marilyn Palmer for more information click INFOARCH
|Mon Oct 7th|| U3A Science at The RI |
Talks by three leading Scientists at the Royal Institution
Full programme and booking click RISCIENCE
|Thu Nov 7th||The Pre-Raphaelites|
Study day at the National Gallery - Full programme and booking link soon
|Sat Nov 9th||London Region U3A - Music Study Day|
Music of the Czechs. At King’s Place. Save the day. Details to follow
|Wed Nov 20th||Roman Study Day|
Also on Nov 21 - London Guildhall Art Gallery- detail and booking link soon.
|Mon Nov 25th||The Architecture of London|
Royal Institute of British Architects- more details and booking link soon
|Fri Jul 19th||Summer Garden Party|
Bell House 2 till 4 pm
|Wed Dec 18th||Christmas Lunch |
Dulwich Golf Club
Mon Aug 12th
→Thu Aug 15th
|National Residential Summer school 1|
Aston University, Birmingham for details and booking link click ASTON2019
Tue Sep 10th
→Fri Sep 13th
|National Residential Summer School 2 |
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester for details and booking click ROYAL2019