Harleston & District


Harleston Clock Tower 1 Memorial 1 Church 1 Church Bell Hall Harleston Clock Tower

Welcome to Harleston & District U3A, Harleston is an ancient market town nestling on the Norfolk/Suffolk borders close to the river Waveney. It is ideally placed for those wanting to explore the beautiful Waveney Valley but is also a thriving, working rural centre. Harleston has been voted Norfolk Town of the year on several occasions.

Harleston U3A was formed in Spring 2009 and membership continues to grow. We are pleased to be able to offer quite a few varied study, activity groups etc., led by someone who may be a specialist in a particular field of study or simply act as an enabler, with everyone cooperating in the learning process. Please look at the Groups page for more information. Subscriptions from 1st April 2019 will be £14 for the year and a small charge may be payable for each study group to cover the venue costs.

There is a monthly meeting for all. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month at 2pm in St John the Baptist Church, Broad Street, Harleston, Norfolk IP20 9AZ.

There is a meeting fee of £1.00 for members (£2.00 for visitors). Following a talk by an invited speaker (please see Meetings Diary) there is a break for tea/coffee, then a half hour of social and notices, plenty of time is allowed for questions and comments. (Non-members are most welcome at the monthly meetings).

Various trips are organised during the year click here on Outings and see the trips that are planned

To see who is on Harleston's U3A Committee go to the COMMITTEE page.

Contact us to join Harleston U3A

If you have any questions, please email Kim Poulton (General Enquiries) which can be found on the Contact page

A membership application form is available to download on the following link: Application Form

Members Portal takes you to personalising your groups calendar and the groups in which you are involved.

Ravenshead U3A have offered the following guide on computer techniques, which may be useful if you are having difficulty with your computer software.

Click on this link Computer Techniques to take you to their web site.

Other contact details are below.

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National Office & Web Site - 020 8466 6139 - www.U3A.org.uk

U3A Resource Centre - 020 8315 0199