Welcome To U3A Gosport
So what is U3A?
The University of the Third Age (U3A) is an international movement run by and for people, usually retired or semi-retired, and no longer in full time employment who want to continue the joy of learning in the company of like minded people. There are more than 950 local U3As in the UK. You don't need a formal qualification to join and there are no exams or assessments. Instead, membership offers up an opportunity to join in a range of interest groups where you can share knowledge, learn something new or perhaps develop a new skill and all in the company of other interested members. Click on the U3A tab to read more about the U3A and its national organisation, the Third Age Trust.
What about U3A Gosport?
Founded in 1995, U3A Gosport always welcomes new people to its active membership who are able to access over 50 interest groups which include traditional and creative subjects, outdoor activities, social events, and much more. All members also have an open invitation to attend the general meeting each month at which there is a different speaker on a wide range of topics.
Want to know more?
Search our interest groups and we are sure that you will find something that interests you. Then either email our Membership Secretary to enquire about visiting up to two taster groups and a general meeting or you might prefer to telephone, the number is listed in the 2018-19 Committee.
If you decide to join us, and we hope you will, you can print off a copy of the membership form and send your completed form to our Membership Secretary together with your subscription which is £25 per annum payable to U3A Gosport. Alternately, you can telephone to ask for a form to be sent to you or come along to our next general meeting (the date can be found on our events page), meet members of the committee, ask any questions and complete a membership form there.
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