Welcome to Gunnislake & District U3A
Time to spare ? Want to meet new people or learn a new skill ?
Recently moved to the area ?
You’ll be sure of a warm welcome at Gunnislake U3A !
The U3A is an organisation for semi-retired and retired people who would like to expand their interests and knowledge and make new friends. Gunnislake U3A was founded in 1996 and is based in the Tamar Valley. We have in excess of 80 members who come from Gunnislake and surrounding villages. Membership is currently £10 per annum.
Meetings are held at 10.30 am on the fourth Monday of each month at St Anne's Church Hall, Gunnislake. We socialise and exchange ideas and information over coffee, and regularly have talks from visiting speakers. New faces are always welcome.
We publish our own newsletter and receive the Third Age Trust magazine five times a year, which keeps us up to date with U3A matters throughout the UK.
What our members say :
“Joining Gunnislake U3A when I moved to the area has been such a good way of meeting new people who all have the same interests as me ..... beautiful walks every week, French conversation, reading new books.” J, joined 2012
"I intially joined this group for the walking, and over the years have enjoyed book group, Spanish and Committee work, and now find myself creating this website ! It has also been a great opportunity to make friends." A, joined 2004
"I am one of the nine founder members from 1996 and seventeen years later U3A is still an important part of my life. The groups have broadened my interests considerably but the most important benefit is the friends I've made over the years. Come along to one of our monthly meetings. You won't regret it." P, joined 1996