About Farnham U3A
Farnham University of the Third Age (Farnham U3A) is an educational, self-help organisation providing study, recreational and social activity groups. Our members are people in retirement or semi-retirement. We share our knowledge and skills and we value the experience of middle aged and older people. More about us.
Farnham U3A Groups
Farnham U3A was formed in 1991 and has 1,500 members (at September 2018). Each academic year Farnham U3A members can join all of the 10 faculties. These provide more than 70 subjects in 108 different groups with some 2000 classes. Farnham U3A groups, which meet during the daytime, cover sports, pastimes, languages, crafts, the arts, literature, music and sciences. The vast majority of the Farnham U3A groups are held at Farnham Maltings.
What is U3A?
The U3A concept is simple: you don’t need qualifications, there is no curriculum, it costs next to nothing, teachers learn and learners teach. Read about the U3A story and learn the national U3A movement which has more than 1000 groups and 400,000 members across the UK.
Farnham U3A Activities
Join Farnham U3A
Join Farnham U3A for an annual fee of £35.