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New Groups
Group Categories
Groups Calendar Details
Group Coordinators

New Groups
If you can't see below a Course or Group on what you'd like to join please let us know of your interest. This helps us gauge demand. Contact Vivek Nanda at bitesize.iu3a@gmail.com. Also see what we have under development and coming soon by the link in the box on the right.


Amwell St MarketZoom meetingSignpostsArtists at WorkBonsai

Longer Walk Lunch
Bridge Dealing
Painting & Drawing

Bird Watching
Current Groups
Interest groups are at the core of Islington U3A and reflect the knowledge, skills and expertise of our members. Many groups are based on equal participation, while others (for example the 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. Click on any group below to learn more. You can see which groups are full by looking at Beacon.


INTEREST GROUP TITLE


Architecture


Art in London

F
Art — iPad Drawing and Painting


Art — Life Drawing

Birdwatching


Book Group 1

F
Book Group 2


Book Group 3


Book Group 4


Book Group 5


Book Group 6


Book Group 7


Book Group — Re-thinking Economics

Book Group — Mid Twentieth Century, 1

Book Group — Mid Twentieth Century, 2


Book Group — French 1


Book Group — French 2

F
Book Group German


Book Group — Science Fiction


Book Group — Short Stories


Book Group — Slow Reading: The Common Good


Book Group — Slow Reading: Future of Merit.


Book Group — Slow Reading: Ageing in the 21st Century

Bridge


Chamber Music

Chess


Coffee Mornings — see the What's On page here


Computer Support — see listing below as 'IT Support'


Comedy Clubnew group!

Concert Visits - Classical & Jazz


Crafts

Cryptic Crosswords

F
Current Affairs

Current Affairs — 2

Cycling

Dance — Visits


Discovering Islington and Nearby on Foot


Economics for Peoplenew group!


Exploring London

Film — Classic  & World

F
Film — French


Film — German

Food — World Cuisine


Freeflow Eutony


French Advanced Conversation 1

F
French Advanced Conversation 2

F
French Intermediate Conversation 1


French Intermediate/ Advanced Conversation


Gardening


German Advanced Conversation

Green Issues


History — in a Global Context

F
International Affairs

F
iPad Users


IT Support

Italian Intermediate Conversation
F
Italian Intermediate/Advanced Conversation

Latin

Mahjong


Opera Visits

Pétanque

Philosophy


Playreading

F
Poetry Appreciation

Poetry Writing
Wheelchair symbol

Politics 1 — Power and Politics in Today's World
Wheelchair symbol

Politics 2 — Moral Foundations of Politics
Wheelchair symbol

Politics 3 — Letters on Liberty


Politics 4 — Doing Democracy Differently


Pub Lunches  — see the What's On page here


Refugee Support

Science Interests and Issues


Scrabble


Spanish Advanced Conversation

Spanish Intermediate Conversation


Table Tennis


Theatre — Fringe


Theatre Visits

Walking — with a Camera

F
Walking — Nordic
F
Walks — Ambling with Authors


Walks — Leisurely


Walks — Longer


Walks — Shorter


Wine Appreciation
F
Writing — Creative 1

Writing — Creative 2


Writing — Memoirs
F
Yoga

This symbol means the venue normally used for this group is generally 'accessible'. However there may be some occasions when these Groups go to a different venue which may not be 'accessible'. Group members would have to check and choose which sessions they attend. For other Groups (without this symbol) please check with the relevant Group Coordinator.

'F' This symbol shows which Groups are full, ie not accepting new members to the Group. In addition thee may be some Groups that are accepting members but some of their sessions might be oversubscribed. If you would like to help set up a 2nd of any of these popular Groups please contact Vivek (at groupsnew.iu3a@gmail.com)

To view the monthly timetable of group meetings see Timetable. To see further information on Groups available to iU3A members see Beacon.
 

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