Welcome to Maghull and Lydiate U3A


Grand Finale Concert
Our 10 th. Anniversary celebrations end in glorious fashion with aparty-time concert at 1.30 pm. on the 26th November in  Maghull Parish Hall.
Starting with refreshments (hot pot, curry or vegetarian option) we will
move on to a marvellous show which it would be a shame to miss.
An extravaganza, starring our own U3A’s amazing Line Dancers, alongside our Drama Group, who will present a one act
comic drama, a visiting Guitar Group from Aughton and Ormskirk U3A and ending with a resounding singalong.
Tickets on sale soon at the Coffee Morning at a cost of £5.00
Definitely an event for your diaries!


The Maghull & Lydiate University of the Third Age is part of a national network of U3A groups. A self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment, it provides many educational, creative and leisure opportunities for its members who share their skills & experiences in a variety of ways.

You can find out more at our open Coffee Morning held every Tuesday 10.00 – 11.15  in the main hall at Maghull Baptist Church Hall Hall Lane, Maghull.

Why not come along and find out why many hundreds have joined us since we started in Maghull 10 years ago. Follow this link for an interesting video about one U3A’s experience. Read more below.

Read the latest Newsletter here and the latest News here.

More about U3A

The University of the Third Age or U3A as it is generally known was originally started in France and arrived in this country in 1982. It’s is a self help style of  adult education where members contribute their skills and expertise, learning from one another in small groups. The word ‘university’ is used in its original sense, that is a collection of people devoted to learning.


You do not need any qualifications to join nor do we give any. Our focus is on enthusiasm and involvement. Membership is open to all who are no longer in full time employment. Started in Maghull over  9 years ago, the membership has grown rapidly to over 800 members. There are more than 35 interest groups whose leaders, all volunteers, can be consulted any Tuesday at our regular Coffee Mornings.


There are also numerous recreational and social activities providing vital physical and mental exercise. For many, U3A has become a valuable means of mutual support and companionship. Why not come along – learn about Art, Poetry, Painting, Family History, Computers or Technology. Or perhaps you would like to learn a foreign language, take up Dancing, Taiji or photography. There is much more. A  world of opportunity awaits you!

You can meet and talk to any of the group leaders on Tuesdays at our regular Tuesday Coffee Mornings.

Chairman:           David Allen       0151 520 2690