Welcome to Glenfield U3A
Have you retired? Do you want to:
Have Fun, Make Friends, Stay Fit and Exercise The Mind.
U3As (University of the Third Age) are self-help, learning co-operatives for older people no longer in full time work. They enable members to share learning experiences in a wide range of interest groups.
For enjoyment, not qualifications
We are a community of people from all walks of life, not a formal academic organisation.
Ours is an organisation run by its members for its members.
We are open to all who have retired from full-time employment:
regardless of disability, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
Our members contribute their skills, experience and enthusiasm in a multitude of ways.
In so doing we grow and thrive.
Please feel free to explore our web site
Membership benefits include:
- Access to any Group Activities of interest
- Information on our frequent social events
- Regular updates, including a quarterly newsletter.
We have many activities and events to choose from, with more being added all the time.
Also members have access to help and advice from the Third Age Trust Resource Centre through the Members Area Home Page of the Third Age Trust website.
Alternatively click on U3A logo at top right of any of our Pages.
(A log in is required for the Members Area).
Monthly Members Meeting
All members are invited to this enjoyable opportunity:
- To meet fellow members, committee members and group coordinators
- To find out all the latest news
- Listen to informative and entertaining speakers
- Have a chat over a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit.
Held regularly at 2pm on the FOURTH (which is not always the last) Thursday of the month.
Location - St Peter's Church Centre, Glenfield, except in August when the location is The Memorial Hall, Glenfield.
Doors open 1.45pm.
Please remember to wear your badge to assist our Welcome Team.
If attending as a Visitor, please let our Welcome Team know and they will arrange for you to be shown around.
Committee Members will always be on hand to ‘meet and greet’ and answer any queries.
See the CONTACT page for details of the current committee.
You can attend three taster sessions free of charge before joining.
These can be a mix of monthly meeting and individual group visits.
Join us for only £13 a year by contacting the membership secretary.(there will be a reduction for members joining from the 1st of July)
Subscriptions renew annually on 1st November.
A special renewal meeting is set up in mid to late October to facilitate this.
Please contact Web Site and Publicity if you have any questions about this web site.