U3A National News

You can read a new monthly Newsletter issued by U3A National with interesting news and articles by downloading it from the Third Age Trust website. You can receive it free of charge every month but you need to subscribe. A video was commissioned by U3A National for a volunteers’ week and is in the June […]

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Class news for for 2019/20

You can collect an up-to-date timetable from the Office whenever you like (the date it was printed is in the top corners). Brexit. David Ellis has a ‘catch-up’ session on 24 September in Room 1.29 at 11.40. English Language Tuesday, fortnightly at 11.40, Room 2.26. This class is postponed, so watch the Notice Board. Italian […]

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Registration for 2019/20

If you have not renewed your membership yet, please remember to bring your pre-printed registration form when you pay and collect your new membership card at the same time. We accept payment by cash, cheque, credit or debit card (but not on the telephone) or you may make a payment directly to our bank account. […]

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Summer Break Programme – thanks

Thank you Sue Kwok for arranging such an amazing programme, HazelAnne Lewis and Nigel Hathway for the outings, Chris Queen for his popular walks, Wally Howard for the wonderful films, those who gave the talks – and members who volunteered to keep the Office open. If you are willing to take part in the 2020 […]

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Fire Alarm

When the fire alarm sounds you must always assume it is genuine and leave the building as quickly as possible. There are new instructions in all the rooms – make sure that your coordinator familiarises you with the escape route. Briefly, it is this: on Level 1, to avoid congestion, do not use the door […]

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Can You Help In The Office

Volunteers are needed to help in the Office on a regular basis and also to join the Friday morning helpers’ rota for which you would only be needed two or three times a term. It’s a lovely way to learn how our U3A ‘ticks’. You will be trained, so don’t worry!

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