Isle of Man



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If you’re no longer in full time work or raising a family, this is what we call your third age. With more time available this is your chance to embrace new challenges. The u3a gives you opportunities to develop your interests, make new friends and have fun.

There are over 1000 u3a groups across in the UK and members are making the most of life by continuing their creative, educational or social interests in a friendly and encouraging atmosphere.

Introduction to the u3a

Click the link on the right of this screen for background on the u3a.

The Isle of Man u3a was launched on 28 June 2012 and our membership is growing as more people become aware of the benefits of membership. Although all U3As are autonomous we are part of the U3A North West Region. You can view the regional website by clicking on the link at the top right of this page.

For details of how to join and the interest groups we are currently offering (and how to volunteer to co-ordinate your own group) click the Membership and Group tabs at the top of the screen.

St. John's Mill (SJM) and the u3a

St. John's Mill has been the focal point for u3a (Isle of Man)'s activities since its inception. Members are made very welcome and they greatly appreciate the Mill and its surroundings. Read more in SJM and the u3a and visit SJM Website

Membership Fees 2022/23

Membership for the 2022/2023 is free. This fee entitles members to join as many groups as they wish without any further payment (other than contributions towards refreshments or hall rentals).

Trustees/Committee Members

Kim Corlett - Chairman
Tony Gurevitch - Vice Chairman
Sue Madigan
Glynis Duff - Secretary
Clive Williamson - Treasurer
Tony Gurevitch - Group Coordinator
Andy Corrin - Webmaster
Ian Yates - Membership Secretary
Paul Dunderdale
Jan McNeil - Events Contact
Pam Costain (co-opted member) - Speaker Organiser

u3a Isle of man
St. John's Mill
Mill Road
St. John's

Registered Charity No. 1121