• Givendale

  • Holme Beacon

  • Burnby Hall Gardens

  • Burnby Hall Gardens

  • Holme on Spalding Moor Church

Our U3A is a registered charity and has a Committee, drawn from its members, who are each Trustees also.

  • The Committee ensure that the organisation adheres to the stated aims and objectives of all U3As.
  • The Committee adhere to the rules of the Charity Commission regarding governance and finance, as well as those detailed within its own Constitution.

Your Committee welcome your suggestions and ideas for improving and enhancing our U3A.

  • There is a Suggestion Box available for members at Drop-ins so that they can post their initiatives for the consideration of the Committee monthly meetings. 
Committee members:
  • Graham Ball
  • Martin Braidley
  • Liz Dearsly
  • Eilleen Ducker
  • Paul Giles
  • Brian James
  • Moira Laverack
  • Christopher Mills
  • David Stone
  • Elizabeth Walker
  • Val Wosket

Events

Dec

12

Trip - Burton Agnes Hall

Enjoy Christmas Festivities in the Courtyard, Burton Agnes Hall, by Coach from Pocklington.  Pr...

Outside Visit
9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Jan

09

January - Drop In Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are usually held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10...

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am

Jan

23

New Members Meeting

Come along and join us for refreshments and a chat with other new members, to learn more a...

Catholic Church Hall - Union Street, Pocklington
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Feb

06

February - Drop-In Session

U3A Drop-In sessions are held on the first THURSDAY of each month, between 10 am and ...

Burnby Hall Community Centre - The Balk, Pocklington
10:00 am to 12:00 am

News

December - Drop-In

December - Drop-In

The last Drop-In of 2019 was a great success with around 110 Members enjoying festive...

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Ukulele - Christmas Sing-a-Long Concert

Ukulele - Christmas Sing-a-Long Concert

Thank you to everyone that attended the Ukulele Christmas Sing-a -Long Concert at Burnby H...

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