Walks – London Historic


A comfortable walk to explore the historical interest of a particular area, which may include viewing buildings, churches, ruins and open spaces.


Of all the performing arts, dance is the one that has emerged as the most therapeutic when it comes to staving off mental and physical decline.  Want to exercise and have fun?  Come along to our dance session, meet new people and enjoy a great time!  All members welcome to our very friendly group.

Further Away Days

Further Away Days

Coach outings going outside the bounds of London (outings within London are the province of the Away Day group).  We make visits to picturesque towns and villages, country houses and their gardens, Christmas markets and places of interest.  See interesting sites without the bother of organising the trip or driving yourself.

All outings depart from East Finchley underground station.

For more information see: https://www.nlu3a.org.uk/far-away-days/.

Away Days

Waiting in the rain for the Time Ball to drop as it does daily at 1pm.

The Away Day team organises regular outings using public transport, to places of general interest.  Away Days is not a specific group which you have to join, but is open to all NLU3A members.  Visits are two, or more often, three per term and as details become available they will appear in The Northern Line and on the website, together with the required application forms.  We look forward to seeing you but please post your outing applications promptly as demand often exceeds supply.

Details of planned outings and application forms are at https://www.nlu3a.org.uk/future-events/awaydays/

Walks – local short

We meet every Friday morning at various local venues easily accessible by public transport and walk for one to two hours. Our regular walks include Kenwood, Highgate Wood, Waterlow Park, Golders Hill Park, Regent’s Park, Regents Canal and the Parkland Walk.