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A very warm welcome to Kings Hill & District University of the Third Age. Kings Hill & District U3A offers people no longer in full-time employment an opportunity for life-long learning, friendship and hopefully some fun. We are a non-religious and non-political registered charity based on the principles of self-help learning and co-operation. We celebrate the capabilities and potential of older people and their value to society.

It is open to all who are retired or semi-retired and we welcome members with disabilities or special requirements aiming to provide a friendly and inclusive environment where everyone can attend meetings and get involved with group activities. We will work with any member with a disability to understand their needs and offer support. If you have any special requirements that we need to be aware of please contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

No qualifications are required, just a desire to get out, learn new things, meet new people in the local area, keep the brain and body active, and most importantly, to have fun.

We have interest groups, regular talks, and a number of social events. 

You decide what you want to do, and what you may offer to others.

Latest News


                                  Thursday March 7th                                                 

Due to illness the scheduled speaker at our meeting on March 7th has had to pull out. Our replacement speaker is Trishia Francis who is giving us a presentation on  "London Street Art".

                                                  "When you hear the words "street art", do you think of graffiti and vandals scrawling on walls or a genuine art form? There will be a slide presentation based predominantly on Tricia's original art trail but also                                                        including additional research which she hopes will aid your understanding of what has become for her a fascinating subject."
The meeting onThursday 2nd May now resheduled to Thursday 9th May
The hall will be in use for local elections on May 2nd and our meeting has thererfore been rescheduled to Thursday May 9th
Our speaker will be Sasha Taylor who will present an overview of The Kent Resilience Forum