Toddington

Welcome to the Toddington U3A website

Toddington is a rural village in South Bedfordshire with a population of 9740 (2011)

Our U3A was formed in February 2002 by a group of interested local residents and we now have a membership of 190 from Toddington and the surrounding villages.

Our aim is to expand the education of retired people who are not in full time paid employment; to promote facilities for our increased leisure time, encouraging friendship, sharing common interests and improving our quality of life.

We are administered by a committee of trustees.

Our annual membership fee is currently £10.00 (£6.50 for anyone who pays national U3A subscription through another U3A) and at present we have a dozen or so groups and activities; these are listed on our groups page.

Visitors and new members are assured of a warm welcome to our monthly Open Meetings, all these meetings are held in Toddington Village Hall on the third Monday of the month between 2 and 4 pm, we do not meet in August. Our Speakers are many and varied, please see our Events Page for more information. Entrance is currently £1 for members and £2 for visitors. This includes tea or coffee and biscuits, which are served after the talk.

As a U3A based in a village, we are relatively small in numbers compared to many of those based in towns or cities. We hope that this means that visitors to our Open Meetings, feel comfortable and welcomed.

Please use our Contacts Page for further information and enquiries.