Anyone a Member of U3A, supposed to be a real good thing for older folk.
Wondered if anyone can give any positive/negative feedback on U3A (University of the Third Age). It is an institution set up for older people who have time on their hands and like to socialise and covers a really broad spectrum of events, talks, hobbies and pastimes.
Apparently you can do rambling (ending in a Pub for meal/drink), go to talks, keep fit, choirs, flower arranging and so on.
It seems a brilliant thing to be a part of but at the moment I work 11 out of 14 days and am so tired in the evenings I can't face going out. I am going to seriously look into it when I fully retire.
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