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!

museum of order of st john

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

A royal presence will be at our next meeting on 28 September!


Chaldon church

London Studies One visited St Peter and St Paul's Church in Chaldon, followed by nearby Tollsworth Manor.

Eiffel tower

The July Newsletter is now available.


Amazing topiary and delicious cake were enjoyed by Gardening Group Two.


The Canasta group was fuelled by Jubilee Pavlova at a recent meeting.


The sun shone and a skylark sang for the Short Walks Group.

SE landscapes

Dr Geoffrey Mead spoke about the interaction between the natural landscape and the impact of humans in the South East.


Gardening Group Two experienced the best that Emmetts had to offer on their recent trip.

bottles wine

Winos 1 had their work cut out dealing with anagrams and murder while also sampling wines.

science experiment

The Science Group learned some basic concepts using straws, pipe cleaners, potatoes and cocktail sticks. 

New Groups

Learn about and speak this romantically beautiful language from a native speaker in a friendly and relaxed environment.

This is a card game that is quick and easy to learn, and best played by 4 players.

Classes include a variety of exercises to 60s, 70s and 80s music covering stretching, building muscles, stamina, balance and, of course, burning calories!