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Wrekin U3A Committee
- Annual Report 2020*
- Treasurer\'s Annual Report 2020*
- Final Accounts 2020
- 2019 AGM Minutes
- Notice & Nomination Form
- Wrekin U3A Annual Report 2018-2019*
- Committee Minutes for Nov 2019*
- New Wrekin U3A Constitution 2018
- Safeguarding Policy & Procedure
- Data Protection Policy
Your comments and suggestions are always welcome and can be submitted by clicking on enquiries
- Group Leaders*
- Group Leaders’ meetings*
- Group Leaders’ guidance created by Wrekin U3A:- - Guidance for Group Leaders, - Ability to participate
- Advice notes for individual interest groups are issued by Third Age Trust subject advisors
- Detailed content from Groups
Members – other members can be contacted via enquiries
- Members’ news (this section is currently empty - we need your news to fill it)
- Appeals for help (this section is currently empty)
- Shrewsbury & Newport Canals Trust The Trust aims to protect, conserve and improve the route of the Shrewsbury and Newport canals and branches for the benefit of the community and the environment, with the ultimate goal of restoring a continuous navigable waterway linking Norbury Junction to Shrewsbury. All volunteers are welcome! Please visit our website for more details about the canals, our work and volunteering opportunities.
U3A Online courses - short courses specially designed for older people and available through a partnership between Third Age Trust (the UK national U3A organisation) and the U3A Online Inc. (based in Australia).
The Open University - offers free online courses.
Coursera - provides access to online courses from 80+ top universities and oganisations.
BBC Learning - learning resources for adults, parents, grandparents and teachers
Future Learn – connects people and ideas across the world through online learning