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Updated: 1 Dec

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Coffee Morning  Fri 1st Dec 10:30

Speaker Meeting  Wed 13th Dec 2:00

The Mill at Sonning  Thur 14th Dec

Coffee Morning  Fri 12th Jan 2024 10:30

This has the Nov Newsletter.

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Thameside Wallingford u3a is one of the UK’s branches of the University of the Third Age (u3a) and is located in Wallingford, Oxfordshire.

Thameside Wallingford branch started up in 1997 & currently has over 400 lively, friendly and enthusiastic members. Our members are residents of the area who are no longer in full-time work/family responsibilities, but wish to remain active & continue to learn during their retirement years. And have fun along the way


Interest Groups are the heart of the U3A movement. Basically, a group of members identifies a subject or activity in which they have a common interest and arrange to meet regularly to enjoy this interest in the company of others. No qualifications are required or offered, however some members may have specific knowledge or expertise in a particular subject. Most group meetings are held in members’ homes, this could be the home of the Group Convener or may be rotated among members.  Those groups with special requirements for space and facilities hire community rooms for which each member pays a small fee. Have a look at the Groups page for more.

(There are two u3a branches in this area. The smaller one, Wallingford u3a, is based in Crowmarsh)

If you're interested in joining us,

the subscription is

£12.50 a year


January 2023 – Celebration Lunch

Thameside Moderate Walking group, early Dec, visited the the reconstructed Anglo-Saxon house at Long Wittenham. They walked in two groups of 7 and got some sunshine.

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photo credit Sue Wright

photo credit Neil Kelly

Thameside Moderate Walking group earlier in Oct, briefing before putting best foot forward. 

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photo credit John le Jeune

Thameside Shorter Walking group last year

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