London events

London Events

The London Region organises various events which are not too far away. Click on the links for details.

Just how extensive was the Suffragette militant campaign?

A U3A SLP research retreat at Royal Holloway, Egham, Surrey. 7 Nov 2018

Down the Drain

A day of events on 8th Feb 2019 to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Sir Joseph Bazalgette at the premises of the London Metropolitan Archives.


The Mahjong group meets on Thursdays from 2 to 4pm. The cost is £2-3 per session depending on numbers.

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Many members of the U3A no longer have partners or close friends with whom they can go to various events and activities. The aim of this group is to enable people to enjoy the companionship of others in a social context. The group is meeting on the 3rd Friday of the month but this may be varied.

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The aim of this group is for people who are concerned about the long term changes to our planet caused by human activity to get together and improve their understanding of the issues. The group meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 2.30pm. Potential areas for discussion include climate change, loss of diversity, progress and growth.
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Film club

The film club aims to enable people interested in films to meet together to look at a wide variety of films and to discuss these afterwards. We will be looking at films both old and new, classics and little known ones. Over time we will set themes for the year e.g. specific directors, film studios, different genres of movies e.g. action, science fiction, comedy, drama, etc.
We will be going to local places where films are shown e.g Empire Cinema in Wycombe, Norden Farm, etc as well as watching DVD’s in the convenor’s home. We will meet monthly on the third Thursday of each month.
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Aerobics for seniors

This group meets for light exercise in St Mark’s Church Hall, Station Road on Tuesdays at 11. We’re learning to strengthen our muscles, develop better balance and generally improve our muscle strength. The class isn’t exhausting, we don’t get down onto the floor and we use chairs as support!

There is limited space, so please ask the convenor to check whether there is space.

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This is an enthusiastic group, the members of which take full part in the listening, pronunciation and comprehension exercises which we undertake.The lessons are sometimes enhanced with songs and music.

It meets fortnightly on Tuesdays at 2pm.

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Bus and Walk

Bus & walk Group is on the first Wednesday of every month. Meet at 10.00, at the bus stop by the railway station in Bourne End, with your bus pass.

This our chance to learn more of our immediate area, the trade routes, the mills, the hills. The bus will take us up hills, for the wonderful views, and cut out the slog of some of the boring bits. We cover all the Valley along the River Wye, from Wycombe Marsh round to Little Marlow, and the hills of Flackwell Heath.

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This group is taking place at 10 on the 2nd Monday of the month at 10am.

The first few meetings covered various aspects of WWI and WWII. Currently we are working our way through the various reigns since 1066.

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The Bridge group meets from 10 to 12 on Fridays in the Target Room at the Community Centre.

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