WELCOME…to our website, from the edge of the Fens, covering Ramsey and District and built to provide easy access to the information that covers all that we do.

If you would like to Learn, Laugh and Live then Ramsey and District U3A is the place for you. Come and take part in a wide variety of enjoyable interest groups with like-minded people, learn new skills and make new friends.

Groups are diverse and range from Bridge to Walking with many more besides. For the current list click on the Interest Groups tab above.

We hold open meetings on the second Tuesday of each month at the Community centre, Stocking Fen Road, Ramsey starting at 2:00pm. We have a guest speaker and refreshments are provided. Visitors are always welcome.

There is a visitor’s fee of £2:00 for each visit to a General Meeting and you can come to a maximum of two general meetings before we ask you to decide whether you wish to join the Ramsey and District U3A. Members pay £1:00 per meeting.

Not a member? Click here for more information on becoming a member.

Latest  News


As meetings are currently on hold, some of you will not be able to pay your renewal subs direct at the general meeting so if you are able to do this online this would help us enormously.  However, cheques or cash can be popped through my letterbox – call me for my address on 01487 814984. The membership fee for 2020/21 is £15 per person (same as last year).  We will consider a reduced fee for 2021/22 membership when accurate figures are available later in the year but we have financial commitments to National Office for 2020 that have to be met. Thank you for your understanding.


It is the 24th March and the Prime Minister has brought in strict new measures to tackle the spread of coronavirus, including a ban on public gatherings of more than two people. You should only leave home to exercise once a day and, where absolutely necessary, shop for essential items and to fulfil any medical or care needs.

Various interest groups have set up their own closed Facebook page. Let’s see how imaginative we can all be at staying in touch, especially with those living alone.

We are vulnerable and I want us all to come out of this safely so I ask you to be vigilant and stay safe.