Make the most of life and join with our 350 + members by exploring new ideas and interests with Verwood u3a.
Verwood u3a is part of a National and International Organisation for people no longer in full-time employment, there are no age boundaries. Our aim is to help people get the most out of life by providing the facilities for group activities. We have groups from discussion and art groups through to music and badminton, and just about everything in between. Please visit our ACTIVITIES page for more information.
13th March ~ 2:00pm
The cost is £1.50 to pay for the prizes.
If you’re on your own or are a couple you’ll be placed in a group (so you’re not on your own)
Visit the webpage to register your team, couple or individual.
Changes to the
Verwood u3a Forum
Preloved Items For Sale now available on some forums.
Sell items you no longer need by posting them in the ‘For Sale Section‘
The Main Forum is for all u3a members ~ click Forum in the main menu.
Group Forums are now on Group Pages click the link in the top section of the page.
Not already a forum member?
Click Register in the main menu.
You must be a Verwood u3a member to register.
Our next craft workshop will be Wednesday 6th March 2:00 – 4:00 pm at The Hub
We will be making Rag Wreaths. You can add decorations to make your wreath Easter or Spring themed.
Please book your place by clicking the button bellow to email.
This workshop is open to all members and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
There will be a cost: £2.00 per person for materials.
Spotlight On Some Of Our Groups
The dances suit any age, gender and ability. Dressing up is not required.
There are no specific steps to learn. The dances can be skipped or walked, even if you think you have two left feet!
In the spirit of the u3a it is a shared learning experience, for the callers as well as the dancers!
The NEW Sugarcraft Group is now taking members. For more information click here to visit the Sugarcraft page.
Sugarcraft is the wonderful art of making lifelike flowers, models and cakes from sugar.
Fiona Web, a member of the British Sugarcraft Guild, passed her City and Guilds in 2008, since then she has taught adults and children in this very creative art-form.
Listen to Mark Hardaker, our Astronomy Group Leader, and Steve Tonkin discuss our February sky on their very own Forest FM radio show ‘Starry Skies’.
Visit the Astronomy Group Page to learn more. You can also download Sky Charts and make your very own Planisphere.
Listen to other u3a interviews on our Forest FM Page