Exeter

Diary of Events

Monthly meetings, which are usually held on the fourth Thursday of the month, take place at The Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, Exeter are listed below.

Tea and Coffee is available at £1 per cup from 10:00am until 10:45am which allows members to socialise. This time also gives an opportunity to pay membership or PFV fees and find out more about individual groups. The meeting starts at 10:45am with a period for Exeter U3A business until around 11:00am followed by a presentation by an invited speaker. The meeting finishes at 12:00.

All members are welcome to attend the monthly meeting free of charge and any non-members interested in finding out more information about Exeter U3A are invited to come along too.

For details and timings of individual group activities please refer to the Groups page using the tab above.


Dates for your Diary
Meetings
Thu Aug 25th Summer Break - No Monthly Meeting in August
Thu Oct 27th Monthly Meeting - Age UK Exeter - A presentation by Nicky Flynn CEO

Obviously, none of us here at Exeter U3A are actually ‘old’ yet but we have to admit that we will be one day – some of us sooner than others. Age UK Exeter is a local charity working in the community to support older people, their families and carers. Nicky will be talking to us about local demographics, needs and trends; the services they deliver; their plans for the future and will then be open to questions.
Other Events
Thu Sep 22nd u3a Open Day (Replaces Monthly Meeting in September)
St Stephens Church, High Street, Exeter, 10am - 3pm


The national u3a movement celebrates it's 40th anniversary in 2022 and this will be marked by a week of events across the country in September. In Exeter we will be holding an Open Day to raise awareness of u3a generally and Exeter u3a specifically and to showcase what we have to offer new members.

Non-members please come along and find out more about us. Members please let your friends and neighbours know about this event and encourage them to come along too.

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