News for Members

This news should be of interest to all members - Latest News is at the beginning.

For information about groups, check the group's web-page.

The latest edition of the Newsletter can be downloaded by clicking on this link ---> May Newsletter


May Day Medley at Llandrindod Wells U3A

Iolo Williams - A Career in Conservation
Steve Hughson - Chief Executive, Royal Welsh Agricultural Society
Willow Globe Company perform Shakespeare
Swansea U3A Ukulele Band

At The Pavilion, Llandrindod Wells on Wednesday 1st May 2019 - 10:30am (for 11:00am) until 4:00pm

Tickets are £15.00, including refreshments on arrival and buffet lunch, and can be ordered from Sue Turner
Final date for ticket orders: 1st March 2019


National Summer Schools

Monday 12th to Thursday 15th August 2019
Aston University, Birmingham

Tuesday 10th to Friday 13th September 2019
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester

More information available soon


Change of Speaker at the Local History Group in February

Because of a family bereavement, Phil Caradice will not be able to make the group's meeting on Tuesday, 26th February when he was going to talk about The Rise and Fall of Welsh Ghost Stories (with particular reference to artefacts at St. Fagans). Dean Powell, who was originally scheduled to speak in April, has agreed take his place. The subject of Dean's talk will be The History of the Hilltop: The Story of Llantrisant.

Phil will now give his talk, in the Heath Citizens Hall on Tuesday 23rd. April, at the usual time of 10:15.

The group's full programme for the year can be downloaded from the Downloads Page.


Theatre Visit in June


A comedy at Cardiff’s New Theatre. On Thursday 13th June at 2:30pm.

Tickets are £21 and the last day for booking 25th March. For more details and how to book follow this link to the Outings & Theatre Visits Group


Bus Pass Thursday Future Visits

A list of the visits planned can be read by clicking on the link on the Bus Pass Thursday group page or the Downloads page.


Member Support

We are an ageing population – though ‘young at heart’ sometimes we encounter difficulties in mobility, hearing, sight and so on. If you are having difficulty with these or other aspects related to health then please let the Group Convenor(s) know so that you can discuss any changes that may help.

The U3Aplus section of the Third Age Trust website ( has advice which members may find helpful. Carers may attend meetings free of charge with you if needed, or it may be that a member of your group would be happy to give you a lift or accompany you on the bus. Many U3A’s do have members who are on hand specifically to help.

If you would be willing to join a team who could offer support to members, getting to or actively taking part in, their group meetings please let Monica know at