If you are interested in joining our U3A please use the button below to contact our Membership Secretary for more help and information. You can communicate with the Chairman (anyone on the Committee) by clicking on General enquiries button. Committee names and email addresses are also in the Waltham Forest Newsletter. If you notice errors in our web pages or would like the web editor to add new information, then use the 'website updates' option to reach her directly.
SPECIAL NOTICE: During 2018/19 the role of WFU3A Chairman will rotate each month: each Committee member will take a turn. The name of the scheduled chairman will be given in the Events Calendar at both the Monthly meeting date and the Committee Meeting date.
Even if the incumbent has to be changed at short notice, messages sent via this page will always reach the Chairman safely. The email addresses underlying the buttons are generic and checked constantly.
Our current annual subscription is £17.00 p.a or £27.00 for two people living at the same address. If you join between April and August the full fee is payable. Join between September and December and you pay half fee (£8.50/£13.50). Join between January and March you pay the full fee, BUT it lasts until March of the following year. There is no discount if you belong to another U3A.
You are very welcome to sign in as a guest at one general Monthly Meeting and find out more about us. We charge such visitors £2.00. If you decide immediately that you want to join then you can take out membership on the spot and your £2 will be refunded at the same time (not otherwise). But there is absolutely no pressure to do so. We maintain a New Members' table at every meeting, to make sure that you meet others and don't feel awkward. To try out or join a Group you must be a full member of WFU3A however.
PLEASE DO DOUBLE-CHECK that your email address is entered correctly below. A slip-up will mean that our reply doesn't get through to you. It's frustrating for us to get an error message and know you are puzzled by our 'silence'.