learn, laugh, live

“Nobody needs to stop learning just because they have finished working.”

If you are no longer in full time employment and live in Sevenoaks or the surrounding area, we can offer you the opportunity to participate in a wide range of enjoyable social, mental and physical activities.  Our membership has grown to around 900 in the years since 1994 and new members are always welcome.

u3a Walking Group
Painting group

Why Should I join?

  • You can make many new friends in a congenial and relaxed atmosphere;
  • You can participate in a wide range of Interest Groups;
  • You can attend all our open talks;
  • You can go on day trips or extended holidays organised by our Social Events Team & others;
  • You will receive our Regular Newsletter

Latest Notices

New website!

We very much welcome feedback on this new website at webteam@sevenoaksu3a.org.uk.

Message from our new Chairman

I am proud to have been elected at the AGM on June 26th to serve as your new Chairman.

Crochet Group exhibition

The group is part of a new Community Project at the Kaleidoscope Gallery, Sevenoaks Library entitled "The Hanging Gardens of Kaleidoscope",

Fancy learning and playing Pickleball with Sevenoaks u3a?

We have a new member who would like to set up a Pickleball group for Sevenoaks u3a. If you would like to find out more about this interesting new game, click on the link above.

Newspapers
People at the Science Seminar 2024

To attend any of these events you must be a member of the u3a

Forthcoming events

5th September 2024
to 8th September 2024
Summer School

South East Summer School

4-day residential Summer School held at the University of Chichester.

Booking Required

19th September 2024
Outing

Visit to the Churchill War Rooms

In this the 80th anniversary year of D Day, why not come and visit the Churchill War Rooms where it was all planned?

Cost: 28.00
Booking Required

25th September 2024
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Open Day

Open Afternoon

Please save the date! We look forward to seeing you there.
Venue: Bat and Ball Community Centre

Site last updated 11 July 2024