Bradford U3A

Full Street Address: The Bradford Club
Postal Code: BD1 1PJ
Phone Number: 07936 486573
Organisation Characteristics: Not for Profit Organisation
Geographical area: Bradford District wide
Has documents: Annual accounts, Bank account, Constitution or other governing document, Equal opportunities or diversity policy or statement, Health and safety policies, Regular committee meetings with minutes, Safeguarding (child, adult protection) policies
Information last updated: 30th January 2023

Bradford u3a is part of a UK-wide movement of locally-run organisations for those in their third 'age' of life - usually retired, semi retired or a carer. We have interest groups that provide a wide range of opportunities to come together to meet for friendship, share interests and learn new ideas, skills and activities for fun and we try to ensure that no one feels excluded or lonely.

We have over 275 members and our 40 interest groups meet about 53 times every month. The interest groups include everything from Archaeology / Geology, Art Appreciation, Arts On Screen, Biography, Books, Bridge, Crafts, Creative Writing, Cryptic Crosswords, Current Issues and Disputes, English Language, Family History, French Conversation, French for Beginners. Gardens and Green Group, History, International Dining, Latin, Looking at old Buildings, Lunch Groups, Opera Lovers, Pickleball, Poetry Appreciation, Political History, Racketball, Snooker, Social Cycling, Spanish Conversation, Spanish for Beginners, Table Tennis, Tech Help, Ten Pin Bowling, Theatre Visits, Walking Groups. There's something for everyone.

If you want to know more about any of our groups click on the link below:

This will take you to our website welcome page, Click on contact (along the top of the page) and go down this page and click on membership secretary and complete the form stating which group you are interested in or if you wish to join our u3a and send message.

Many of the group meetings and other events take place in the historic Bradford Club in the city centre. Others are held out in the district.