Wendover Buckinghamshire

Charity Number 1083897

WELCOME TO WENDOVER u3a

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Wendover u3a continued to be active during the Covid pandemic, but as restrictions have eased we have been able to resume many of our normal activities. See the Diary and the Groups page for the latest information. From September we have returned to St Mary's Church for our Main Meetings but we have introduced live streaming via YouTube for those members who are not yet ready to return to face-to-face meetings. See the Main Meeting page for further details on the format and content.

The u3a (University of the Third Age) is a UK movement of people in their third age, no longer in full time work, who come together to learn, stay active and have fun in a friendly and informal environment. The movement includes over 400,000 u3a members in more than 1,000 u3as and is continuing to grow every day. Members of local u3as draw upon their knowledge and experiences to teach and learn from each other and share educational, creative and leisure activities in a friendly and informal environment.

Wendover u3a was established in 2000 and remains a thriving organisation with over 400 members. We have about sixty different Study Groups run by members and meeting regularly in venues within the Wendover area. We are always open to suggestions for new groups and welcome the involvement of all members as this is what makes Wendover such a flourishing and popular u3a. All members are welcome at our Main Meeting which is held on the first Wednesday of each month, in St. Mary's Church, Wendover. Members can also take part in regular outings organised by the Travel Team. To learn more about our activities please use the buttons on the page top Menu.

The committee keeps in touch with all members through the Chairman’s Monthly letter. Members also receive the "Third Age Matters" magazine which tells more about what is happening in the organisation nationally and can elect to sign up for the Third Age Trust digital monthly newsletter.The Thames Valley Network also arranges a varied programme of talks.

For further information about joining us: Please contact the membership secretary via the link on the Contacts button or email Membership.

To contact any member of the committee please use the Contacts. To communicate with a Group Convenor there is a Contact Icon on each group page.