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About Mansfield and District U3A
Mansfield and District U3A was formed in 1999 and now has 275 members making new friends and learning new skills in retirement.
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Interests & Hobbies
Mansfield U3A members enjoy making new friends, socialising and continued learning in academic, cultural and physical activities and hobbies.
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We welcome anyone who is retired or no longer working full-time, subject to vacancies.
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Mansfield & District U3A meets on the third Tuesday of each month (except August & December) from 10am to 12.15.

Members meet at the Oakham Suite, 115 Nottingham Road, Mansfield NG18 4AE (next to the Talbot Inn) usually with
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Welcome to Mansfield and District University of the Third Age – where retired and semi-retired people are never bored or lonely; making friends, finding things to do and learning together.

We offer Nottinghamshire seniors something to look forward to in retirement and a friendly way for you to enjoy it.
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Recent events
Read about the social and learning activities Mansfield U3A members have enjoyed over the last few months.
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Photo albums
Look through over 200 photo albums from visits and other events Mansfield U3A members have attended.
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Useful Links
Mansfield U3A's links to nearby U3As, reference sources and other reliable websites will help you surf for information safely and save money by checking prices or shopping on-line.
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Newsletters and other documents
Back numbers of the Mansfield U3A newsletter and reference documents are in PDF format here.

The 2015/16 Committee is here.

Committee minutes are in our members' area
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Members are part of an international organisation providing educational, cultural and social opportunities for people who are retired or not in full-time employment. So if you enjoy making new friends, learning new things and passing your knowledge on to others you'll be very welcome.

We can open the way for you to join in with continued learning at national summer schools and participate in our interest groups where we co-operate for activities and hobbies.
Mansfield U3A Newsletter, October 2015

You'll see how members share interests in art appreciation, bridge, card games, crafts, singing, needlework, painting, music, local & family history, literature, wine and scrabble.

How we keep learning about antiques, drawing, photography, technology, writing for pleasure and genealogy. How we keep fit joining-in with physical activities like walking, bowls, golf and Tai Chi.

How we socialise on theatre, concert and garden visits, caravanning, lunches, teas, dinners and group holidays.

(Interest groups are only open to U3A members so please contact the membership secretary if you need to enquire about vacancies.)

Click on our latest newsletter to read about the Theatre Visits trip to London, other interest group activities and what's planned. Or download it here.

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Recent Updates
Luncheon Club has been updated.Luncheon Club has been updated.Luncheon Club has been updated. Committee has been updated. The October newsletter is now in Documents. Christmas Lunch details are now on What's On. Luncheon Club and Writing for Pleasure have been updated. Committee has been updated. Links has been updated. Golf and International Dining have been updated. Membership has been updated. Bowls has been updated. Some AGM photos are now in Photo Albums. Caravan & Motorhome Rally has closed. Committee minutes of 14th August are now in the Members' Area. Photos from the Theatre Visits trip to see Miss Saigon in London are now in Photo Albums and Recent Events has been updated.

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