Welcome to Saxilby U3A
A message from our Chairman Ann Stafford
ALL SAXILBY u3a ACTIVITIES ARE TAKING PLACE IN LINE WITH CURRENT GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE ON COVID. WHILST ALL GROUPS ARE LISTED ON THIS SITE SOME MAY NOT YET HAVE STARTED TO MEET.
I'm delighted that, despite all the difficulties with Covid 19 - Saxilby U3A still has over 180 members and we're hoping some of those who did not feel safe to renew their membership will come back to us for 2021/22. And of course new members are always welcome too and we have had some people join us since April 2021. Membership is open to anyone who is retired or semi retired.
Plans are being put in place to open up the interest groups as soon as it is safe to do so based on governmental advice. Fingers crossed for good weather through the summer to help us especially with those groups meeting outside. Anyone interested in getting involved can contact the group leaders via the web site.
Our speaker finder is working on putting in place a programme for our monthly meetings. We hope to start from August onwards. Many of those who have already agreed to come to see us will be those who couldn't visit us last year so we will have some very interesting speakers. Details are listed on our events page.
Please do remember to check out the contact page for our interest groups where you will find links to the committee and group leaders especially to confirm when groups will be open again.
Until I see you all again take care of yourselves.
Saxilby is a large village, 6 miles to the north west of Lincoln. It is Danish in origin, and is situated on the north bank of the Fossdyke Navigation, originally a Roman canal linking the River Witham at Lincoln with the River Trent at Torksey.
Saxilby U3A itself was established in February 2011.
We will meet on the third Thursday of each month at 10am at Saxilby Village Hall, High Street, Saxilby.
The annual membership fee is £16.