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Study Groups

A U3A Study Group is a collection of (usually) between 5 and 15 people who come together voluntarily, to share a specific interest and pool their resources and experience, in order to delve into the chosen subject more deeply.
New members fill in a Questionnaire with details of their interests.  When there are sufficient names to a subject, a meeting will be called of those on the list, with a view to discussing what the group wants and how it can form.
Details of new and existing groups, together with group contacts, are published in the Handbook and in the Bi-monthly Newsletter.
At the Monthly Meeting, anyone interested in seeing a new  group start, can address the meeting for a few minutes, to assess likely support.

List of Study Groups September 2017

A B
Amblers
Amblers 2
Bird Watching
Book Group 1
Book Group 2
Book Group 3
C
Card and Board Games
Coffee Mornings
Computer Group
Crochet for Beginners
Current Affairs
Cycling - Rusty Riders
D
Day Walking
Digital Image Manipulation Y1
Digital Image Manipulation Y2
Digital Image Manipulation Y3
Digital Camera Y5
E F
English Concertina
Evening Dining Group
Film Group
French For Improvers
French Conversation

G
Gallery Studies 1
Gallery Studies 2
Gallery Studies 3
Garden Group
Genealogy For Beginners
Golf
H I J
Half Day Walking Group 1
Half Day Walking Group 2
Half Day Walking Group 3
Half Day Walking Group 4
Handicrafts
Historic Houses
History Group
Industrial Heritage
Italian Conversation
Jewellery Making
L
London Studies 1
London Studies 2
London Studies 3
London Studies 4
London Studies 5
London Studies 6
London Studies 7
London Walks 1
London Walks -2
Lunch Group 1
Lunch Group 2
M
Mah Jong
Map Reading
Medieval History
Money Matters
MOT 1
MOT 2
N O P
Painting and Drawing
Poetry 1
Poetry 2 First Lines
Poetry 3
Q R S
Science Book Club
Science Group
Singing For Pleasure
Sourdough Bread half-day course
Spanish For Beginners Y2
Spanish For Beginners Y3
Spanish Intermediate
Strollers
T
Theatre Studies
Topical Talks
U V W X Y Z
Understanding the Mysteries of Human Behaviour
Village Studies
Wine Tasting

For information about the groups e-mail  group.coordinator@knoleu3a.org.uk

Time to Learn in Knole is a booklet produced as a guide for new or intending Group Contacts, as well as a reference for the more experienced Contact. It may also be of use to the general U3A member because it explains how a group runs, and what is expected of the newcomer.

The booklet can be viewed or downloaded from the Members Area