The University of the Third Age (U3A) is a learning co-operative of like-minded people that enables members to share educational, creative and leisure activities. Honiton U3A (previously known as East Devon U3A) was formed in 1993 to cover Honiton, where it is based, and the surrounding villages. Our current membership is around 250, and growing steadily.
As well as monthly general meetings, mostly with a speaker (see our 'Events' page), members have the opportunity to join (space permitting) any of our groups, which cover a wide range of interests. Some groups are quite large and meet in venues where an additional rent is paid, although our smaller groups are usually held in members' homes. The 'Honiton Newsletter' link included on this page provides a view of our group activities.
General meetings are held at:
Doors open 1.30pm on the third Wednesday of most months
Visitors are always welcome (A donation is requested; it is suggested £2 is appropriate).
Membership runs annually from April, and fees for the current year are £13 for an individual member and £23 for two members sharing the same address. This covers not only the cost of monthly meetings, but also postal delivery of the U3A national magazine, 'Third Age Matters'.
There is a reduced membership fee for those first joining in October or later.
Associate membership is available to anyone showing proof of their membership of another U3A, for an annual fee of £5.00.
Honiton U3A Facebook Pages
Honiton U3A maintains a members' closed group on Facebook. Open the Link at the top of this page and click on the address to our Facebook pages.
How to join our U3A
If you like what you see on these pages, please use the contact button at the top of this page to find out more. An application form for NEW MEMBERS for 2019 is included in the LINKS section on this page. Complete the form and follow the instructions at the bottom of the page. For a membership renewal form, members will find a link also on this page. Alternatively, just turn up at one of our monthly general meetings and you will be met and guided through the process.
How to join an interest group
Go to the 'Contact' page, complete the boxes, and Peter will respond with details of how to contact a group leader and join a group.
A link to a Renewal Form is included in the LINKS section on this page, and is available for download.
The U3A Trust Newsletter
The national U3A Trust produces a newsletter each month, and it provides news, operational information, resources and updates from across the U3A movement. If you would like to receive this newsletter, all you need to do is to sign-up by going to: