Bromyard is a small but lively market town in Herefordshire. We are surrounded by glorious countryside, but have facilities which are the envy of other, larger towns - the Conquest Theatre, which has an impressive range of performances, and the Local History Centre with its Exhibition Room and facilities for research. It also has a popular and rapidly growing branch of U3A.
What is U3A?
U3A (The University of the Third Age) provides opportunities for learning activities,
practical activities, companionship, and outings for people who have 'retired' from full time employment.
U3A is part of the Third Age Trust (a registered charity) and comprises some 724 locally organised U3A bodies who operate under the guidance of a Central Office in London.
Bromyard and District U3A was formed in 2011 and currently has around 100 members. It is run by a Committee elected from the membership that exercises general oversight of the 'Interest Groups' in which the majority of activities take place.
Membership of Bromyard & District U3A:
Members pay an annual fee (Currently, just £15 pa). In return they become entitled to:
*** MEMBERSHIP FEE - DISCOUNT FOR ONE YEAR ONLY 2019 - 20. £12 ***
Attend the Monthly General Meeting in Bromyard;
Attend our Annual General Meeting, nominating and voting for committee members;
Join the Interest Groups we run;
Receive our own monthly newsletter and can subscribe to 'Third Age Matters' national magazine;
Join in our Outings organised from time to time.
Attend courses run by Central U3A or undertake online learning provided by them or through their alliance with Open University.
(There is a no charge levied for attendance at our Monthly General Meetings but Interest Group meetings may charge to cover incidental costs.)
Together with other neighbouring U3As (Ledbury, Malvern, Leominster, etc.) we are part of U3A’s Cotswold Link, and members can attend their meetings and events.
U3A members can access various benefits such as financial, insurance, data protection and other advice on the national U3A website. There is also a national Resource Centre and a list of people who can be contacted for help and advice on various different subjects
To become a Member, or find out more: Please see our 'Contact' page.
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