Crewe & Nantwich U3A

Charity No. 1073787

Welcome to our U3A website

If you are a new visitor to this site you are very welcome to browse the website to see the group activities, monthly speaker meetings and outings that are organised for our members. If you wish to join our branch of the U3A then click the "Join the U3A" link on the left of the screen and provide the details requested, our membership secretary will contact you in due course.

If you are a member and new to this site you will have been sent your membership number together with a password that you can use to log in to the members facilities within the website. We advise that once you have logged in on this first occasion you should change your password to something memorable to you.

Welcome to the website of Crewe and Nantwich U3A

We are a U3A in the County of Cheshire. Our members are drawn predominantly from Crewe, Nantwich and surrounding villages.

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 (people joining during November and December will be given membership for the remainder of the current year and all of the next year) which includes the delivery of our national U3A magazine "Third Age Matters" to all members who would like to receive it.

If you are not already a member, you can join us:

1. On line - Please click "Not a Member? - Join U3A" in the left menu.

2. By New Member Application form click here

3. Alternatively you can join at one of our Members' Mingles click here

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Beginners Bridge Class (Bridge 1)
Beginners Bridge Class (Bridge 1) Advertising available places for this class in September. No experience needed!! .... to read more log in
Posted by Marian Wade on 20th June 2017

If you are thinking of a new group, why not try the game Rummykubs. It is a tile game very much like the card game R.... to read more log in
Posted by Maureen Bellis on 12th June 2017

German Short Stories
In this course, we would be reading easy, light-hearted German short stories together, so it would be suitable for peopl.... to read more log in
Posted by Jenny Brand on 12th June 2017

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