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There are over 30 activity groups available which are held in Members' houses, various halls and rooms in Maldon. They are all self-regulating and self-funding and their aim is to provide a forum for informed discussion, to develop a practical skill or enjoy a leisure activity in the company of others. Members are encouraged to form new groups on whatever subject that takes their fancy. Each group provides its own co-ordinator and decides on the venue etc.
Click here to see an overview of the regular meetings each month.
Click on a group's name to see when and where it meets and related information. The contact details for each group's co-ordinator are published in each monthly newsletter sent to members (but not in the ones on this website).
History - Stuarts
History - general
Scottish Country Dancing
Sing For Pleasure
Ten Pin Bowling
Writing for Fun
Maldon Cluster Group
We are members of the Maldon cluster group of U3As. This enables our members to join interest groups, theatre trips and outings organised by other U3As in the cluster group without being a member of that U3A, provided that there is space available.
The other members of the cluster group are Blackwater, Heybridge, Limebrook, Burnham, Dengie, Crouch Valley, and South Woodham Ferrers.
If a particular activity that you want to do isn't listed above, then click here to see a table of activity groups in the other U3As in the cluster group. If you see something of interest, click on the relevant link go to their website for more details.
Click here to see the guiding principles of the cluster group.
Hybrid meetings - Technical Information for Co-ordinators
The national u3a has produced some technical guidance for co-ordinators who are thinking of setting up hybrid meetings which have some attendees in person, and others via Zoom. Click here to see the advice website.