Welcome to our U3A websiteVisitors
The U3A (University of the Third Age) is a self-help organisation for people who are retired, semi-retired or no longer in full-time employment. It provides opportunities for members to share learning experiences and to pursue educational, creative and leisure activities in a friendly environment.
The annual membership fee is currently £15.00 (for people joining between June 2016 and 16th October 2016, the subscription fee for one term, September to December 2016, is £5.00) which includes the delivery of our national U3A magazine "Third Age Matters" to all members who would like to receive it.
New and existing members can join/renew their membership for the calendar year 2017 from Monday 17/10/2016.
If you are not already a member, you can join us:
1. On line - Please click "Join Our U3A" in the left menu.
2. By application form click here
3. Alternatively you can join at one of our Members' Mingles click here
For information on our data protection & cookies policy kindly click here
You can get assistance on how this site works by clicking Help on the menu bar after selecting the relevant page. To close the Help page either click on 'Close this window' at the bottom of the page, or click the word 'Help' in the top menu bar again.
Access to the website is open to anyone interested in the U3A. However there is an area of the website open to members only. To access this area members must enter their membership number and their password in the Login window which is accessed via the Login button on the menu bar.
If you have forgotten your password, there is an option (Forgotten Password) within the Login window to obtain a new one.
It is recommended that you change your password to something memorable to you by using the (Change Password) under Help on the menu bar when signed in.
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