A Warm Welcome!

Are you no longer in full-time employment and looking for interesting and stimulating daytime activities in the company of others?

Then joining Cheltenham University of the Third Age (U3A) may be just what you need!

Each month we hold an Open Meeting which is very well attended, often with a speaker.

Our aim is to provide opportunities for our members to meet for discussion, study, and learning on a wide variety of subjects or to take part in outdoor activities such as walking. The details of what is available can be found on the "Our Groups" page.

Please use the links on the left to navigate your way around the site.

Membership:-

New members can join by clicking the button "How to Join" on the left if applying by post or click the link below if using the online option.

https://www.u3abeacon.org.uk/u3ajoin.php?u3a=8&sc=ERBF

Existing members can renew on-line by entering the Members' Area and following the instructions.

Access to the Members' Area: this has been revised and should enable easier log-in. 

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Speaker Update for Tuesday, 24th May:-

Due to illness, Richard Long's talk on Gordon of Khartoum has been postponed.

Eric Miller has agreed to come along and talk on "Leckhampton Court: From the 14th century to the present day".

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What can be found in Members' Only?

Breaking News:

Cotswold Link Special Interest Day, Wednesday, 6th July

"Life on Earth - Sciences for Today"

Argentine Tango - New Beginners / Refresher Course

Literary competition

Newsletter Editor - the request for a volunteer and details of the job description are in the Members' Area.

The Choir is seeking a pianist.

Conversation Partner Scheme - volunteers needed!

A request from Irena Rasiewicz, U3A Gloucester, about volunteering.

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Renew your membership on-line

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1) A.G.M. Minutes 2015

2) Newsletter March & April 2016

3) Open Meetings

4) Offers and Discounts

5) Recycling

6) Volunteering

 

A Caryatid in Montpellier