Sincere condolences to H.M. Queen Elizabeth
& her family on the very sad news.
"We are now following the Government road map for England and their advice is:
At present, it looks like small groups following the ‘rule of 6’ could begin to start meeting from the 17th May in Covid-secure premises, following social distancing in-line with venue capacity limitations.
From 21 June 2021 - All legal limits on social contact to be removed. But must continue to comply with ‘Hands, face. space’ And any Covid-Secure measures that remain in place."
U3A groups must speak to the Groups Co-ordinator before re-starting their group and ensure all risk assessments have been carried out.
The University of the Third Age (U3A) in East Suffolk is a thriving cooperative offering educational, recreational and social activities for its members, who are in their ‘third age’ — the time after they have finished working full-time or raising a family and have the time and opportunity to pursue their interests or try something new. Most members are located in the south-eastern area of Suffolk including Ipswich, Felixstowe, Woodbridge, Saxmundham, and surrounding towns and villages.
With more than 2,200 members, U3A in East Suffolk offers a lively speaker programme (27 talks in the 2019-20 session), and more than 170 interest groups and short courses. All of this can be enjoyed for a modest annual subscription. U3A in East Suffolk is organised as a self-help cooperative, and is Registered Charity no. 1112974.
To find out more
You can view the current list of more than 170 Interest Groups, and also see the wide range of talks presented regularly at locations in Kesgrave, Felixstowe, Woodbridge and Saxmundham. You can see Frequently Asked Questions (and answers), and read more about U3A and how to join.
Registered Charity No. 1112974