The University of the Third Age (U3A) is a self-help voluntary organisation for semi-retired / retired people, providing educational creative and leisure activities. (See Background below)

Cambourne & District U3A :
Following the Cambourne & District U3A inaugural meeting on 20 July 2018, members’ meetings will be held regularly. At the meetings information on interest groups will be made available and a talk from guest a speaker often provided. Interest groups meet regularly outside of the members’ meeting.

For information on:
>  Members’ monthly meetings
>  Interest groups and activities
>  Member subscriptions
>  How to join and meet other members
>  Sign up for interest groups / activities; or more
>  About the Cambourne & District U3A visit our website here

Email: u3a@cambourne.org

U3A Background:
U3A (The University of the Third Age) is a UK-wide movement which brings together people in their ‘third age’ to develop their interests and continue their learning in a friendly and informal environment.
If you’re wondering what we mean by the third age – it is a time after you have finished working full-time or raising your family and have time to pursue your interests or just try something new.
U3A has a ‘university’ of members who draw upon their knowledge and experience to teach and learn from each other but there are no qualifications to pass – it is just for pleasure. Learning is its own reward.

It’s all voluntary; a typical U3A will be home to many activity groups covering hundreds of different subjects – from art to zoology and everything in between.
Formed over 30 years ago, there are now over 1,000 U3As across the UK, with thousands of interest groups between them and more than 400,000 members nationally – plus we’re growing every day.

The U3A national body – the Third Age Trust – looks after all the U3As in the UK, providing educational and administrative support.
The Trust is overseen by a National Executive Committee, to which any U3A member may be elected.

For more information visit  U3A – University of the Third Age