The College of the Third Age, Newcastle u Lyme

is reopening at a new venue from 13th September 2021.

Mondays, Tuesdays Wednesdays 9.45am - 4.00pm at

The Congregational Church Hall, King Street, Newcastle u Lyme ST5 1EJ

New members welcome - Membership free until Christmas
New tutors welcome, membership free

Call in for a timetable and check the wide variety of courses available!

What is it?

The College of the Third Age (C3A) provides leisure, learning, creative and social activities for people aged 50+ in Newcastle-under-Lyme.  Activities are provided Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9.45am to 4pm at the Congregational Church Hall, King Street, Newcastle under Lyme, ST5 1EJ

The College of the Third Age was established in 1992 as a non-profit making organisation registered with the Charity Commission. Registered Charity Number 1039363

Aims and Objectives

The sharing of skills and talents to provide education, relief from isolation and loneliness, companionship and mutual aid are the prime motivating factors behind the College of the Third Age.

To enhance the quality of life for those who are facing early retirement, redundancy, or have ceased work for any other reason.

 Who runs it?

C3A is managed by a committee elected from the membership. The committee meets on a regular basis to promote and develop the organisation.

C3A members organise their own activities and offer their own skills, knowledge and experience to their fellow members.

The leaders of most of the activities are retired and all offer their services voluntarily.

Where do we meet?

The majority of our activities are held at the Congregational Church Hall, Newcastle under Lyme

Who can join?

Anyone over the age of 50 regardless of where they live. It is important to realise that as a member of C3A, a commitment of support for this self-help organisation is also required. No qualifications are needed and none are given.

Is the C3A similar to U3A?

C3A operates in a similar way to  University of the Third Age (U3A)

Do you have a skill to share?

Come and   talk to us about running a course or group

Would you like more information?

Call in to the Congragational Church Hall on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday between 9.45am and 4pm and pick up a Time Table.

" I've made loads of good friends here "

" No stress! No exams! A very friendly way to learn a language "

" Good friends, good times and a great place to learn new craft ideas "

" I've made jewellery, cards, gifts and bags but especially FRIENDS "