Interest groups are at the core of Islington U3A and reflect the knowledge, skills and expertise of members. iU3A already has around 35 groups to offer. The topics range from crafts to philosophy, from local walks to global history.
Many groups are based on equal participation, while others, for example language groups, have an expert leader. A majority of groups meet in members’ homes, providing a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
All groups are informal - inspired and enthused by their
members. This is learning for the pleasure of
To see our current list of groups click here
To see the monthly timetable of group meetings click here
The development of new groups depends entirely on the talents and creativity of Islington U3A members. New ideas are always welcome and all suggestions put forward by members will be explored.
Do let the Groups’ Coordinator have your suggestions.
Especially let us know if you’d like to coordinate or host a
group. All that is needed to launch a successful group
is: members who want to join, a group coordinator (who
doesn’t always have to be an expert) and a place to meet
(not a necessary responsibility of the group co-ordinator).
If you are interested in establishing a new group, contact Barry Mason, who is responsible for groups development, by clicking here
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