Northumbria Region U3A

Welcome

WELCOME TO THE NORTHUMBRIA REGION WEBSITE

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Newsletter

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

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NEW U3A IN BLYTH NORTHUMBERLAND

Next Meetings: Monday 30th December and Friday 7th of February
Venue is the Commissioners Quay at 10.30am.

These meetings are for those wishing to help in any capacity including general help, running interest groups and joining the steering committee in whatever capacity.

We do need a minimum of 8 people for a committee for the first year as well as volunteers for other roles.

We have a provisional venue for the launch meeting, inaugural meeting and future monthly meetings: Blyth Cricket and Rugby Club on Plessey Road. It has good bus links to the town centre and caters well for any disabled members, and most importantly has a kitchen we can use for refreshments:

Friday 21 February Launch Meeting venue Cricket and Rugby Club at 10.30am
Friday 20 March Inaugural Meeting venue Cricket and Rugby Club at 10.30am

Thereafter monthly on the third Friday of each month at 10.30 am venue as above.

We look forward to 2020 to the start of Blyth U3A wishing it to be the friendliest U3A in the North East of England.

Peter Chrichard and Mary Dunning, Third Age Trust Volunteers

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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. Remember to use your browser's back arrow to go back to the previous page, or click a new tab at the top of the 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 of the region showing individual boundaries.

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September 2019: there is a new page on this website: Mailchimp News.

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.

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Peter Barnett

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