Study Days

Full details of the events listed below will be posted on this website and circulated to u3a’s as soon as we are able. Meanwhile please make a note of the dates in your diary if you are interested in attending.

Important Notice when using Ticket Source.

It is easy to use Ticket Source for any of our events where the Ticket Source button is displayed.

Once you have booked you will immediately receive a confirmation email giving you the booking reference number. Please note this email is from Ticket Source (as displayed below) and will not show u3a in the address bar.

Two days before the event you will receive an email from Ticket Source giving you the Zoom link for the event. Once again this email is generated by Ticket Source and will not show u3a in the address bar. This email will show “Additional information notification” in the subject bar. Please look out for emails from Ticket Source.

If you do not see the email from Ticket Source in your “In box” check your “junk/spam” folder in your email manager, as sometimes it is put into these.

If you do not wish to book on line you can still complete the application form and post it with a cheque to the organiser.

2022 Diary

Unless stated otherwise all the events listed below will be held on Zoom.

Participants will start to be admitted to the events 15 minutes before the start time.


Monday 9th May – The origins and development of Anaesthesia, a talk by Professor Tom Clutton-Brock

Cost for this talk is £1.00 per device

Closing date for applications Saturday 7th May

To view or download the flyer click on the link below


Please book electronically by clicking on the TICKETSOURCE icon below

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Friday 10th June – Summer Quiz, questions set by Avis

This event is free

Closing date for applications Wednesday 8th June

To view or download the flyer, click on the link below

Summer Quiz flyer

Please book electronically by clicking on the Ticketsource icon below

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Tuesday 14th June – Roses, another interesting talk from Kathrine Kear

Friday 8th July – History of Wallingford

Wednesday 31st August – Visit to Kelmscott Manor

Tuesday 6th September – The Wonderful World of Law, a talk by David Allen

Wednesday 21st September – Botanical Art

Tuesday 4th October – The Battle of Agincourt. A talk by Patsy Thornton

Thursday 13th October – Life in the Stone Age. A talk by Jill Eyers

If you would like to receive information directly from TVN with details of Study Days and Workshops, please email  with your request to be put on the list.  You can, of course, use the same address to ‘unsubscribe’ at any time.

If you have any ideas or suggestions for more study days or bite size Zoom events, then please contact our Events Coordinator 

Event organising guidelines

For a list of previous study days click on this link:  Previous Study Days