Wales

West Wales Network

Network Chairman David Grindrod 01267 281581 westwalesu3anetwork@gmail.com
Network Secretary Hazel Towle 01559 371842 westwalesu3anetwork@gmail.com

The West Wales U3A Network consists of the following U3As:

Cardigan, Carmarthen, Cefn Sidan, Llanelli, Narberth, Newcastle Emlyn, Pembrokeshire, Pontarddulais, Preseli, Tenby.

Individual U3As within the Network organise Study Days, Lectures, Workshops etc and members of all other U3As are welcome to attend these events.

The next meeting of the West Wales Network is to be held on 9th February 2018. Venue to be confirmed

OCTOBER 2017

Newcastle Emlyn U3A and Llanelli U3A Newsletter for October are on this website.

Please also see Llanelli U3A's 25th Anniversary celebrations.

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2018

NEWCASTLE EMLYN U3A and LAMPETER UNIVERSITY

Newcastle Emlyn U3A organised a Philosophy Workshop at the University which prompted the University of Lampeter to organise their own workshops for this coming year.

Please see the link for details
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SUPPORT FOR BEACON U3A MEMBERSHIP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Pete Edmondson is the Regional Support Co-ordinator for the system and is able to provide information and support for any U3A in Wales wishing to use the Beacon system. You can contact Peter using the Beacon Support Wales contact page or phone on 01490 430216.

Dates for your Diary
Mon Dec 31st Lampeter University Workshops 2018

Newcastle Emlyn U3A organised a Philosophy Workshop at the University which prompted the University of Lampeter to organise their own workshops by their different Departments for this coming year, Covering Ancient History, Anthropology Archaeology, Politics & Culture, & Philosophy.

The workshops are open to everyone, but all U3A members are invited. Lampeter University is doing all the organisation and responsibility. This will be a new venture for our local university and we hope it will encourage many more Universities and Colleges to have public workshops. Although not specific for the U3A we do hope many members will apply. Full details, costs and how to book can be found at http://www.uwtsd.ac.uk/humanities-workshops/ "