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Coffee Morning
14th November 2019 10:30

Computer Open Group (Sevenoaks U3A)
18th November 2019 14:00 - 16:00

Knole U3A Monthly Meeting
25th November 2019 14:00 - 16:00

Computer Open Group
28th November 2019 14:00 - 16:00

Science Open Group
5th December 2019 14:30 - 16:30

Science Open Group (Sevenoaks U3A)
9th December 2019 14:00 - 16:00

Coffee Morning
12th December 2019 10:30

Computer Open Group (Sevenoaks U3A)
16th December 2019 14:00 - 16:00

New Year Lunch
6th 12:30 - 7th January 2020 15:00

Science Open Group
9th January 2020 14:30 - 16:30

Latest News

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  • Read the Latest Committee Minutes

    Read the Latest Committee Minutes

    10th September 2019

    Members can log in to read the minutes from the Knole U3A Committee Meeting held on 3rd September and clicking here ...

  • First 10 Years in Knole U3A

    6th September 2019

    Members may be interested to read this booklet produced to celebrate the 10th birthday of Knole U3A. Log in to read it here. ...

  • Italian Conversation Group

    Italian Conversation Group

    5th September 2019

    Our Italian group continues with strength (although our latest book reading has been a challenge for all of us as we battle to understand an adult novel by Natalia Ginsburg in 1973). We meet regularly and we would like to think that our Italian is improving. To this end we hijacked a native...

  • The Topical Talk Group take a break from their discussions!

    The Topical Talk Group take a break from their discussions!

    5th September 2019

    As a change from our usual discussions we took an opportunity to visit Woodchurch Vineyard near Tenterden. Even there the shadow of Brexit was about, when Graeme Barbour our host explained that all wine making apparatus is imported including the bottles. Our grand day out concluded in fine U3A...

  • Knole Industrial Heritage talk reaches wider audience

    Knole Industrial Heritage talk reaches wider audience

    5th September 2019

    Following his well researched talk on Water Mills of the River Darent to the Group, Knole member Lionel Parks was invited to give his talk to Eynsford Local History Group, which was also well received. An unexpected and exciting outcome was that the one of their members mentioned that she lived...

  • Book Club 1 Recommends.......

    Book Club 1 Recommends.......

    27th August 2019

    Our group has read three very different books over the summer months, which may be of interest to other Knole members for their remaining summer reading and for the autumn. "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens A story of a young girl abandoned by her family, as one after another leave, to...

  • Report from Digital Camera Group 5

    Report from Digital Camera Group 5

    26th August 2019

    In July, many members of our group went on a photo shoot trip to London meeting at London Bridge for a coffee stop. We then enjoyed several hours photographing the sights on our way to Tower Bridge. This has become a very well laid out tourist attraction with many information boards and...

  • It's Hard to be the Princess

    It's Hard to be the Princess

    22nd August 2019

    A reminder on the wall of Provender House near Faversham to Princess Olga Romanoff that the burdens of royalty continue to weigh heavy long after the monarchy has passed. The Princess, the daughter of the eldest nephew of Tsar Nicholas II, was our guide when the Historic Houses Group visited her...

  • The Garden Group visit a spectacular new garden in Rochester

    The Garden Group visit a spectacular new garden in Rochester

    22nd August 2019

    For its August visit the Garden Group visited the Restoration House and gardens in Rochester. The house is an amalgamation of two medieval buildings. Situated in the heart of historic Rochester the house takes its name from the stay of King Charles II on the eve of the Restoration. Over the past...

  • The Day Walking Group

    The Day Walking Group

    19th August 2019

    For their August 10 mile hike, the intrepid Knole Day Walking Group explored the countryside south of Cudham to the North Downs above Chevening. This area although close to Knockholt and Westerham (and the M25), provides excellent walking country with fine views as you would expect in classical...

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