Horley & District

Welcome

Following advice from the Government and the Third Age Trust, all Horley U3A's meetings and usual activities have been suspended until further notice. But we will be keeping in touch with all our members throughout this time and we are looking at ways of keeping our interest groups active on line. See our NEWS page for details.

The U3A exists to facilitate learning in later life. It's a charity and all members give their time and experience voluntarily.

The Horley and District U3A meets on the second Thursday of every month (except July and December) at 2pm in the Regent Hall in the centre of Horley. We have speakers and presentations on subjects as diverse as police dog training to harp recitals. Regent Hall is on the first floor of the Regent House Community Centre in Albert Road. There is a lift just inside the entrance. There are excellent parking facilities (entrance to the right of the building) and we're not far from bus stops, the station and other amenities.

We are very happy to welcome new members, so why not drop in on one of our monthly meetings and learn more? Our present membership stands at about 120, with more than 20 interest groups on subjects as diverse as Trad Jazz to Philosophy and we're always keen to start up new ones if the interest is there. See the GROUPS page for more information.

Membership also gives you the opportunity to attend events at Regional or National level, such as the very successful Study Days at the Menuhin Hall, near Cobham, the annual Summer School at Chichester and lectures at prestigious venues in London. These usually carry a separate charge, but are well worth it. See the EVENTS page for more details.

Annual membership costs £14 and all interest groups are then free to join. Non-members are welcome to attend monthly meetings for a nominal charge of £2.

...AND FINALLY

This website contains a great deal of information and is frequently updated; all done by two dedicated volunteers (Beverley Parrett and myself). Inevitably the odd mistake will creep in. I apologise for this, but if you do notice any errors, please let me know and I will correct them.

Best wishes

Jim