Edenbridge U3A

Edenbridge U3A was set up in 2013 and has over 240 members and around 60 groups covering everything from mah-jong and latin to gardening, photography, wine and books. There is something for everyone and, if there isn't something that appeals to you, we are always open to new ideas.

We have monthly meetings in Crockham Hill Village Hall with speakers on a wide range of subjects.They are a great opportunity to learn and meet people.

Come and join us!

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We have a wide range of interest groups that meet for like-minded people to learn and share skills

monthly meeting audience

Our monthly meetings cover everything from Japanese gardens, John Constable and Scotland Yard to crop circles, dowsing and Charles Dickens

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For a small annual fee you can join us and follow your interests, acquire a new skill and meet new people

Take a look at the exciting speakers for this year!



The Appreciating Architecture Group enjoyed the magnificent architecture and the festive food at the Middle Temple.


The variety of Tits at Bough Beech tested the Birders knowledge and Nuthatches could be seen scurrying down and around the trees.


The Longer Walks Group enjoyed autumnal sunshine, a disused railway line, very muddy boots and a relaxing lunch.

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The Photography for Fun group learnt about natural framing, checking the horizon is straight, and ensuring the clarity of the focal point.


The November Newsletter is now available.

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Vivid autumnal colours and a flawless blue sky were enjoyed at Sheffield Park Gardens by the Garden of Edenbridge Group.

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The Life in the 1700s Group discussed the move of people to London with its smells, bustle and noise.


A trip to Sevenoaks Wildfowl Reserve rewarded the Third Age Birders with sightings of a variety of geese and a deceit of lapwings.


The Third Age Rockers enjoyed blues and jazz guitar playing from Chiddingstone to Soho.

New Groups

Meetings of this Group will combine movement to music, suitable for all abilities, with discussions on how to improve wellbeing.

Short mat bowls is an indoor sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a heavy ball along a fairly flat surface, to gain as many shots as possible by getting their bowls nearer to the jack than their opponents, and so outscore them. 

We already have three Wine Appreciation Groups, and it seems we have a thirst for a fourth!