Davyhulme

Welcome

****CORONA VIRUS INFORMATION UPDATE FOR ALL U3A MEMBERS!****

In the light of the rapidly deteriorating situation with regard to the Corona virus (Covid 19), the Chairman together with the full support of the Committee has taken the decision to suspend all Davyhulme U3A's activities for the foreseeable future. This includes Forum meetings, Interest Groups, and Committee meetings. We are sorry to have taken such drastic action but felt it necessary in order to protect both the members of groups and the organisers.

The situation will be kept under review and any changes will be posted on this website as they arise.
It would be helpful if you could inform any members who don't have the Internet, of this decision.

  • Information on meeting 'virtually' is on the Groups page.

KEEP SAFE AND WE WILL ALL MEET AGAIN SOON

WELCOME TO DAVYHULME U3A

Davyhulme U3A, a registered charity, was established in 1997 as Davyhulme Third Agers and was affiliated to the Third Age trust in 2009 when we adopted our new name.

We are located in Davyhulme,a suburb of south west Greater Manchester.

The majority of our members come from the Davyhulme,Urmston,Flixton, Partington,Stretford,Sale and Altrincham areas.

We currently have around 170 members.New members are most welcome.

We promote learning and recreational activities for all our members.

We particularly encourage members to share their knowledge,Set up interest groups and become group leaders.

For further infomation please contact us or come along to one of our Monthly Forum Meetings which take place on the fourth Monday in each month commencing at 2pm. Meetings are held at the Cornerstone Methodist Church Hall, Hayeswater Road,Davyhulme,M41 7BL

Members pay a £10 annual membership fee together with a £1 charge for admission to a Forum meeting including refreshments.
Prospective members can attend upto two Forum meetings free of charge before joining.

Davyhulme U3A is a member of the Greater Manchester U3A Network. (GMU3ANet)
The Network was created in 2015. The primary aim of the Network is to encourage links between interest groups of individual member U3A Branches within a geographical area. For the purpose of sharing information,skills and experience and organising special events on a Network- wide basis.
A link to the Network website is attached.

Links are also attached to the websites of the North West Region of U3A Groups and the National U3A Third Age Trust.
Greater Manchester U3A Network