Lenses focused on Littlehampton U3A’s open day
About 100 people – including Littlehampton’s mayor Jill Long – visited the town’s wing of the University of the Third Age (U3A) to see just what sort of activities the organisation had to offer.
And they were spoilt for choice, with 18 of the U3A’s 35 activity club’s showing off what they get up to at the event, at the Guide Hall, in Duke Street.
There was everything from Scrabble, keep- fit, chess and flower arranging, to a film club, pitch and putt and badminton group.
The whole day was organised by U3A members Marilyn Taylor and Jene Sutherland
Marilyn said the day had been a great success, with some 12 new members joining the U3A’s already 340-strong base.
Marilyn said: “There was a real good buzz because there were lots of activities going on. It was a fantastic success.”
The group is open to people who are retired or not working.
New members are always welcome.
The group is keen to hear from those who like to become activity leaders.
For details, see www.u3asites.org.uk