In addition to the Interest Groups we organise a monthly meeting as an opportunity for members to meet each other, swap experiences and new ideas for groups, ask questions and listen to a visiting speaker.
non-members are welcome to attend these meetings
Dulwich U3A Open Meetings Talks are from 2:00pm till 4:00pm unless otherwise stated.
Most open meetings take place at Herne Hill Baptist Church, Half Moon Lane, SE24 9HU ( unless a different venue is 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|
|Fri Mar 20th||"Beacons of the Future " Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the School Board for London, Geoff Pick Director of the London Metropolitan Archives.|
|Mon Apr 20th||Hungry City: How food shapes our lives|
Speaker Carolyn Steel
|Thu Mar 12th||Close Encounters of the Animal Kind Join National Gallery experts to hear about the rich history of animal symbolism in Western art from the Renaissance to the present day. A study day arranged by the U3A trust. 11am to 3.45pm. £25. For more details and booking click ANIMALART|
|Mon Mar 16th||U3A Explores Science at the Royal Institution Three top leaders in their field including Zoe Griffiths : Outrageous statistics: Sex, lies and surveys for full details and booking click U3AATROYAL|
|Mon Mar 30th||Discovering Children's Literature|
British Library - hear five experts speak about the history of children’s literature. You’ll learn about early printed children’s books from the 18th and 19th centuries, such as Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice’s Adventures Underground’, and how they have been collected and cared for at the British Library. For more details and booking click CHILDBOOKS
|Tue Mar 3rd||New Members Tea A chance for new members to meet each other and also some committee and convenors|
|Fri Jul 17th||Garden Party Refreshments and activities at Bell House|
Tue Jul 21st
→Thu Jul 23rd
|London Region Summer School 2020:At the St. Bride Institute, off Fleet St|
Tue Apr 21st
→Thu Apr 23rd
|U3A IN LONDON EASTER CONFERENCE: Freedom and its Consequences HAMPSTEAD OLD TOWN HALL,£50 for 3 days for details click U3AEASTER|
|Sat May 23rd||London Region U3A Spring Concert: 2-4pm at St. Bartholomew the Great, West Smithfield. |
Concert by the Brandenburg Singers, readings by U3A members of seasonal poems and prose, and talk about St. Bart’s history. £19.50 including pre-concert refreshments. Booking link here soon !
|Wed Jun 3rd||National U3A Day|
A whole day of activities to highlight the benefits of joining a U3A