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Welcome to Kentish U3A



Welcome to 2023.

Summer school is underway and some of our courses

are continuing through from 2022 – with a short break for Christmas and New Year.

On Thursday Feb 2nd from 10 am to 12 noon at the Uniting Church

there will be a Registration Day where you can register and make enquiries about courses.

Continuing members are requested to complete a new membership form

to ensure our contact details are up to date.

Membership forms here.

 Membership is $40 for the whole 2023 year, and

you can join as many courses and activities as you wish to be involved in.

To pay the 2023 membership fee a bank transfer is preferred.  

Please include your name and a course or activity you wish to join.

Give your completed membership form  to your tutor or hand it in at the Registration Day.

Kentish U3A Bendigo bank account BSB 633000  Acct 156837346




Fun playing Petanque

Keep going, keep going…..


Table tennis has some new members.

Lots of fun to be had, keep fit and sharpen those reflexes!!

Table tennis Kentish U3A style.




The Kentish U3A group also entertained the audience during the Kentish Neighbour Day. 

Extra Balance n Bones classes for 2021. 

Fit and happy Balance N Bones class


Please come and join us.

  • You will need to have become a member of Kentish U3A before you can enrol in a class.
  • Membership forms can be printed off the website as above.
  • Payment can be made by direct deposit to Kentish U3A Bendigo Bank BSB 633000 A/C 156837346.

Please put your name and course on the bank deposit or by cheque made to Kentish U3A  with the membership  form and handed to your tutor. You will also need to show your receipt when you attend your first classes.







Committee Meetings

Committee meetings are held monthly at the Uniting Church Hall, Main St Sheffield.   Covid-safe rules permitting, members are most welcome to attend a Committee Meeting. Please contact Don 0458343059 or Jennifer  0400 376 937  to find out the time and date of the next meeting.  Covid-safe rules may limit numbers to meetings.