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Publications

Sevenoaks u3a sends out a regular Newsletter to its members, either by email or by post. There are 10 editions per year, with one covering July and August and another covering December and January.
Recent issues are available to download here.

2023 September October November December 2024 January February March April May June Summer issue


U3A Matters cover

u3a Matters is published by the Third Age Trust and mailed to all u3a members five times a year. It contains news from u3a groups around the country.


A short booklet, designed to give new Sevenoaks u3a members a quick introduction to how our u3a operates, can be viewed or downloaded by clicking here

A short history of the U3A in the UK, The u3a Story, has been written by Francis Beckett. Sevenoaks u3a has also published a brief history of our first 20 Years.

Attending a meeting on Zoom? Click here for our Advice and Tips. And there are lots more useful links on the Keep in Touch page of the national u3a website


Sevenoaks u3a has a publication for Group Organisers. This booklet is designed to help Group Organisers and also members who may be thinking of starting an Interest Group. It may also be of interest to the general u3a member.  There are three main sections:

  • Starting the Group;
  • Maintaining the Group;
  • Appendices, covering topics such as Resources, Copyright, Insurance, Health & Safety etc.

Click here to view or download a copy.

Cover of the Group Organisers' Guide

Nick White (a former chairman) has written nine guides in the series Country Walks Around Sevenoaks, published by The Sevenoaks Society, These now cover 100 different walks, many of which have been tested by members of the Half Day Walking Group.
Copies are available from Sevenoaks Bookshop, Up & Running, Lullingstone Visitor Centre, Ide Hill Community Shop or directly from the Sevenoaks Society.
The suggested selling price is £4.00 per volume. Full details

You can get lots more walking ideas from the Kent section of John Harris's Walking in England

Page last updated 3 July 2024