Northumbria Region U3A




We hope that you find useful and interesting information on this website. Please explore the different pages starting with the tabs (Members, Networks, Meetings, Events, etc) that can be seen at the top of each page.

On the Members page you will find links to all the U3As in the region. Where are the boundaries? Click here for a map, or see in the side bar or below.

You can view the current and past Northumbria Messengers here: Newsletter.

If you are unaware of the fairly recent system of Trust Volunteers and what they do then have a look at the Trust News page.

We have a very active research project that has published quite a lot of information, click 21st Century Northumbria Herbal

Remember to use your browser's back arrow to go back to the previous page if you wish to.

If you wish to send in your own information please put simple text in an email using this contact website or request a 'real' email address in order to send attachments.


Website Display Problem

Some websites contain links to files saved in Microsoft Word .docx format. Depending on your browser, these may not display properly. If this is the case you can "right click" with your mouse and choose to download the file instead.

All documents on this website (as far as I know) are in pdf format and should open normally on your computer or tablet.

The fuller explanation is:

File formats
The content of some uploaded files may be delivered as an unusable sequence of bytes, without the accompanying data which allows it to be displayed correctly. The problem applies to 'Word' files with a .docx extension and to files created by more recent versions of other Microsoft software. That is because the later formats potentially include executable code, which is now explicitly blocked by the firewall. Whether or not you see this problem will depend upon which browser you use to view the site and possibly which Office software you have installed on your machine. The best current advice is to save and reload such files as PDFs (which can be read on any platform), or using an earlier format like .doc. Further checks on the file extensions and mime-types of uploaded documents are in the pipeline.

Peter Barnett