Groups

To find out more, or join a group, take a look at the cards below.

  • For more information on the group, click the downward arrow next to the number of groups

  • To contact the groups co-ordinator, or a specific group leader click here, or on any of the images. A contact form will open in a new browser tab.

Groups looking for new members.

  • German conversation

  • Art group 1


Groups starting up but not established with a meeting time

  • Art History

  • Spanish for beginners


If you can't find what you are looking for, or simply have an idea for a new group, you can suggest a new group, or read and comment on the suggestions for new groups, please go to the Interests, Ideas & Comments page

The Goring Gap u3a has over 350 members and 33 groups spanning 26 activities.

The activities of the Groups range from Arts and Crafts, through Health and Fitness, History to Social; there’s something for everyone in their Third Age.

The normal schedule of group meetings is shown in the calendar below.


About the u3a (The University of the Third Age) and Acknowledgements and Copyrights

The U3A (The University of the Third Age) is a UK-wide movement which brings together people in their ‘third age’ to develop their interests and continue their learning in a friendly and informal environment. Our inaugural meeting was held in June 2006 and membership has grown to our present 370 members. As we expand we are also able to increase our range of activities. We are a self-help organisation with charity status, run by volunteers. Like all U3A’s we are affiliated to the national body, the Third Age Trust. Click here to go to the U3A national web site. The Goring Gap U3A is a member of the Thames Valley U3A Network, an association of over 35 local U3As. The network puts on events, such as subject study days, that would not be possible for individual U3A