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We offer a variety of learning opportunities and social activities, learning social activities for where one is retired, or partially retired.
One in four of the population is in the third age! The first age refers to childhood and dependence, the second age to full-time employment and parental responsibilities and the third age is that which follows where one is retired, or partially retired. The U3A, believes that the third age should be one of creativity, fulfilment and friendship.By joining a U3A, you will become a member of a growing, dynamic outward-looking organisation, which has a positive and creative approach to life after full-time work.
Worksop Folk Dance Group began in the early 1930’s by Dorothy Bradbury who was introduced to the activity by the Girl Guides movement, she first registered the group as part of the English Folk Dance & Song Society in 1933. We have been meeting regularly since then, originally as part of the Evening Educational system but for many years have been independent. Our weekly meeting is on Tuesday from 7.45pm to 10.00pm, currently at the Larwood Community Centre. We do mainly English dances from the period C1650 to recently composed dances, but also do American style as well as some Scottish, the steps are not difficult and all dances can be done with a brisk walk.
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