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See the box on the right for the latest monthly Notice Sheets and bi-annual Newsletters (March Matters). These documents are available to March U3A members only.
March Matters editions right back to June 2012 are available to view.
Please Note: The Notice Sheets are as issued at the Monthly Meeting and should be read with this in mind.


From time to time members may have a grievance or some cause for complaint about another member of March U3A, be it a Committee Member, Group Leader or ordinary member. In the first instance it is prudent to try to sort out the matter yourself. If this is not possible then the matter should be brought to the attention of either the Groups Coordinator, in the case of a Group matter, or the Chairman or Committee member for anything else. This can be verbal, initially, but should always be followed up with a written statement.
March U3A abide by the procedures set out by the Third Age Trust and the procedure documents can be viewed on the GUIDANCE, POLICIES and PROCEDURES page.
Here you can also read the procedure for disciplinary action to be taken in the case of problems related to a breach or suspected breach of the agreed Code of Conduct by a member or Committee member.

Third Age Trust (TAT) News

U3A National Newsletter

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The newsletter will be sent direct to your email address. (Note: the newsletter is not a replacement for the “Third Age Matters” magazine).