Welcome to Crouch End & District u3a

  

  

Thank you for visiting Crouch End & District u3a’s website to discover more about who we are and what we do. We are a non-religious and non-political locally run registered charity based on the principles of learning and co-operation and part of the u3a international movement

We are not a service provider, rather a mutual aid organisation to which all members are encouraged to contribute. Its success depends on the willingness of members to help out in whatever way they feel able

“I was new in the area and needed to find new friends, I joined a few groups and now have many friends and don’t feel a stranger … anymore, thanks to u3a”

“My life has been changed! I enjoy the diversity of activities from short walks, conversation language groups, outings, gallery visits, bird watching and so much more. A huge thanks to all of the conveners and the team who work so hard to ensure that all the groups offer a warm welcome, fun, inclusivity and learning, in accessible locations”

No qualifications are required to join, just a desire to get out, learn new things, meet new people in your local area, keep the brain and body active, and most importantly, to have fun!

❑ Membership is open for those who are no longer in full time work. There are no age limits

❑ Membership requires a fee, paid annually

❑ So, if you live in Alexandra Park, Bounds Green, Crouch End, East Finchley, Fortis Green, Harringay, Highgate, Hornsey, Muswell Hill, Stroud Green, Tottenham, Wood Green or even areas further afield than North London and are looking to meet new people and engage in a whole range of enjoyable and challenging activities, both mental and physical, why not enjoy the time of your life and join the Crouch End and District u3a? Over 1060 members currently enjoy its offer of …













❑ Find out more about us from our Members’ handbook and if you like what you discover about us why not join us?





Meetings, group sessions and social events held at local venues are generally accessible to people with limited mobility, and wheelchair users

❑ However, many groups do meet in members’ homes, where access may be difficult. If you have hearing, mobility, vision, or other accessibility issues, please check first with the convener of the group in which you are interested to ascertain how suitable the home is for those with mobility issues. You can do this by completing the contact form on the Group‘s page on this website, where may ask any questions you have about accessibility in the Message box

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