Monthly meetings are usually held at the New Community Church Centre, 24 Station Road, Sidcup on the third Thursday of each month at 2.00pm. (Unfortunately there are no parking places available.) The doors open at 1.15pm for members to socialise. There are speakers invited to deliver a talk. (See the current list on this page and in the Newsletter.) There is also the opportunity for members to chat over tea or coffee at the end of the meeting.
THERE ARE NO MONTHLY MEETINGS UNTIL AT LEAST APRIL 2021. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR UPDATED INFORMATION.
The speakers originally booked for early this year have been mostly transferred to 2022. Meanwhile during this 3rd Lockdown Period many groups are continuing to keep in contact, e.g. via phone, email or online (ZOOM meetings). You can contact Group Leaders by sending an email from the appropriate Group Page.
Meditation, for instance will soon be opening up for wider participation as a drop-in experience. There is a short video on the Meditation Page.
SIDCUP U3A IS STILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Sidcup u3a is part of the London Region, which arranges shared events. To see some of the talks for this summer please click on the link to the right.
Sidcup u3a has also been part of a local Network of u3a's covering South East Greater London. A number of events have been staged over the past few years. To see a sample of those, click on the link to the right showing the slides for a presentation. Further details are available from Trevor Ford, Network Representative.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu May 20th||"A School Girl's War" by Mary Smith Jones POSTPONED|
|Thu Jun 17th||"Pre-Raphaelites : Their Lives, Loves & Legacies" by Delia Taylor POSTPONED|
|Thu Jul 15th||"A Very Secret War : Bugging the Nazis in WW2" by Helen Fry POSTPONED|
|Thu Aug 19th||"Forgotten Art of the Picture Postcard" by James Taylor|
|Thu Sep 16th||"A Policeman's Lot - Can be an Interesting One!" by Neil Sadler|
|Thu Oct 21st||"Women Aviators" by Anna Astin|
|Thu Nov 18th||"The Great Fire of London" by Nick Dobson|
|Thu Dec 16th||"Xmas Entertainment" by Steve Galler|
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