TOGETHER WE SHARE AND LEARN, AS INDIVIDUALLY WE GROW
The Moray Coast U3A is the local branch of the University of the Third Age(U3A) for retired/semi-retired people living in the coastal area between Banff and Elgin. Formed in November 2011 the Moray Coast U3A now has several active interest groups meeting on a regular basis. Our membership is increasing steadily and we hope to add more Interest Groups as our membership grows. Go to Groups page to learn more.
The Third Age Trust is the national representative body for the Universities of Third Age in the UK. U3As are self-help, self-managed lifelong learning co-operatives for older people no longer in full time work, providing opportunities for their members to share learning experiences in a wide range of interest groups and to pursue learning not for qualifications, but for fun. Many of our members make new, like minded, friends as in addition to learning. Go to U3A for the National UK website or select the U3A Scotland link, on the right, for access to the U3A Scotland website.
Our Monthly meeting is currently held at the McBoyle Hall in Portknockie on the third Wednesday of the month, between September and May. There is normally a guest speaker and tea/coffee and biscuits. Come along and see us, you can be sure of a warm welcome. Go to Events page for full details.
For more detail about us, Membership details or request a Membership application form go to the Contact page.
The latest newsletter of the U3A in Scotland can be downloaded by clicking in the appropriate Link on the right.
Those members keen to keep up to date with progress on the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm project can also click on the appropriate Link on the right.
The minutes of the May 2017 Annual General Meeting can be obtained by clicking on the appropriate Link on the right.
The picture of Dolphins in the Moray Firth on our Home page was kindly supplied under and remains copyright of Lyn Macdonald. See Links for her website