Welcome to New Milton U3A
Learn, Laugh and Live! Members share their skills and life experiences: learners teach and teachers learn, with no distinction between them.
To join us you need to be no longer in full time employment. Retired and semi-retired people come together and learn together, not for qualifications but for its own reward: the sheer joy of discovery!
Click on the Groups button to find out more about what's on offer at New Milton U3A.
Click this link to see our current Annual Programme see our currents groups, their host contact information and when and where they meet. If you want to find out more about a particular group please contact the host.
Here are the posters for our speakers who are coming to our monthly general meetings.
Speakers for 2019
May 2019 - Wednesday May 22nd - Nick Saunders, Historian, "The History of Station Road, New Milton"
June 2019 - Wednesday June 26th - Professor Howard Roe, "The Sargasso Sea"
July 24th - Jonathan Jones, Town Crier, "The Role of a Town Crier".
August 28th - Howard Nichols, "On the Trail of the British Pirates".
September 25th - Julius Bannister, "A Day at the Races, A Night at the Opera".
October 23rd - Mr & Mrs Glanfield, "Meet a Naval Officer of 1805, his lady and a descendant".
Please note the change of date - November 20th - Christmas Event.
Cost of membership for one year:
- A single membership is £22.
- A joint membership is £33, if you live at the same address.
- An associate membership is available at a reduced rate, if you belong to another U3A.
Click for our Application form.
Membership means there is no charge for you at our monthly general meeting. These are usually on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 2pm in the Memorial Hall, Whitefield Road, New Milton BH25 6DE.
We always have an interesting speaker and you will have the opportunity to ask questions. All this is followed with a raffle and tea/coffee and a biscuit.
Click on Events to see what's coming up.
Why not come along as a visitor for £2 and see for yourself. The number of visits per year is limited to 2.
Take a look at the U3A web site to see what other U3As get up to.