'You will find lists of events and meetings on the individual U3A websites. We will use this page to list U3A events that are open to members of any of our Network U3As.
We also list the details of our Delegate Committee Meetings. These take place every eight weeks and are attended by a representative of each of the U3As in the Network plus additional members as required. These are invariably on Wednesday mornings. Use the link to the Secretary on the contact page to find the venue of a specific meeting.
We are interested in hearing the views of members of our U3As so please don't hesitate to get in touch. If there is an activity, event or service which you think the Network could provide please tell your representative or contact the Chair from the contact page. We will then add it to the agenda of the next meeting.
Map Reading Group hosted by Roman Bednarz -Dulwich & District U3A
Another round of 6 Map Reading Sessions to start In mid July - Available to members of any SE Network U3As
Based in Dulwich but outdoor sessions in Greenwich Park, Danson, Dulwich Park, Crystal Palace
Aim is to be confident in using a compass, reading an OS Map to lead a walk and use a PC to plan walks that can automatically measure distance and height climb .
if interested contact Roman Bednarz email@example.com
Reports of events are normally displayed on the Network News page
|Dates for your Diary|
|Fri Nov 1st||Our AGM will be at 10:30- noon at room 6 Canada Library|
|Fri Oct 4th||
Celebrating the Capital's Industrial Heritage
Unfortunately this event is now sold out however if you apply on Eventbrite you can add your name to the wait list for any tickets that might become available. Use link on this page
Following the undoubted success of Down the Drain we are organising another study day at the London Metropolitan Archive. This event will be a organised jointly by the U3A Network and the Greater London Industrial Archaeology Society (GLIAS).
At the moment we are planning to have sessions on, Manufacturing in the Boroughs South of the River, Docklands all changed, a session on Goodbye Earls Court, a session on the Railways of South London and a general session on the future of Industrial Archaeology given by Professor Marylin Palmer the U3A subject advisor on Archaeology