Palmers Green & Southgate



The u3a radio podcast has now launched on podcast platforms, including Apple, Spotify and Google Podcasts. The episode can also still be listened to on our u3a YouTube channel, with captions.

In the January episode, the team discuss the Kindertransport learning initiative, talk to a member of u3a in Australia and hear about the milestone of 5,000 trees being planted in the u3a 40th anniversary wood.

Please do share this with your members and, if you or a member of your u3a has a story to share with u3a radio, please get in touch.



The London Region of U3As is planning to host a 2-day Summer School July 26th- 27th 2022 at our usual venue, the St. Bride’s Institute, off Fleet St.

Activities will include talks, workshops and guided walks. There will be a wide range of subjects to choose from such as Art, Current Affairs, History, Literature, Music, Sciences and Social Studies. In addition, this year we have selected London as a general theme.

At this stage we are just asking you to Save the Dates. We want everyone to be safe and will be closely following Covid guidance from the government, Third Age Trust, and working with St. Bride’s. The full Programme and booking details will be publicised from mid-April.


January-April 2022
Now booking!

To see us through the winter months, we are continuing with our popular programme of regional online talks, fortnightly on Monday afternoons from 17.30-18.30 (log on from 17.00).

For further information and links to registration forms click on this link to the Flyer

All these events are also listed on the Events page of the London Region website, see below for the link.

See Events page for information about forthcoming events.
Recordings of past talks can be found in the Talks Archive, which is accessible via the Events page.


U3A in the Time of Corona

This book is based on the Diary Project and has been created using contributions during Lockdown from U3A members all over the country.

It chronicles our reactions to coronavirus and isolation, as well as how to get a supermarket delivery, how to cut your own hair and what to do with all that free time. Some people sent drawings, photographs and poems, which have been included.

The book is A4, 120 pages, colour printed and costs £10 including postage.

If you would like to order a copy, please go to the national website

In the Beginning
How it all started, in Wuhan and elsewhere
Don't Panic! Panic buying, food, loo rolls, home deliveries
Vulnerable? Me? Health of individual and household, physical and mental
Family and Friends Concerns about adult children, elderly parents and friends
Missing Granny Grandchildren, missing them, help with home schooling
Filling Those Empty Hours Occupations – art, cooking, music, exercise, books, gardening etc etc ....
Learn, Laugh, Live U3A – how it was, how we're keeping it going, technology
In Tune with Nature? Natural world - for mental and physical health, including environmental aspects
Not on the Bright Side Loss of friends and family, knock on effects
Such a Thing as Society? Community support, key workers, Clap for Carers
What the Future Holds . . . ? What is the 'new normal' likely to be?