Llandudno Area U3A


Charity No. 1157372

Welcome to our U3A website

Visitors
If you are a new visitor to this site you are very welcome to browse the website to see the group activities, monthly speaker meetings and outings that are organised for our members. If you wish to join our branch of the U3A then click the "Join the U3A" link on the left of the screen and provide the details requested, our membership secretary will contact you in due course.

Members
If you are a member and new to this site you will have been sent your membership number together with a password that you can use to log in to the members facilities within the website. We advise that once you have logged in on this first occasion you should change your password to something memorable to you.

 

  

Welcome to the website of the Llandudno Area U3A. We are a U3A in the County of Conwy. Our members are drawn from Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Conwy and the surrounding areas.

 

Contact Us


If you have any queries, please click/tap any of the "Contact Us", "U3A Contacts" or "Contact a Member" buttons and send us a message. Or, as an alternative, you can call and leave a message on our answering machine on our office number 01492 547784. We will aim to reply within 48 hours (excluding weekends).

 

To Join Us

Online, please click here.

By application form, please click here.

Alternatively, you can join at any of our monthly Open meetings - for dates and further details about these meetings, please click here. The annual membership fee is currently £12.00 which includes a £3.50 capitation fee to our national office.

The annual membership fee is currently £12.00 which includes a £3.50 capitation fee to our national organisation, The Third Age Trust. If you are a fully paid member of another U3A and you have paid your capitation fee to that U3A, then the annual fee for Llandudno Area U3A is £8.50. The membership year for Llandudno Area U3A runs from April 1st to March 31st.

 

The U3A Movement


The Universities of the Third Age (U3A) are democratic, self-funding, mutual self-help and support organisations. The members provide all types of educational, creative and leisure activities for themselves and their fellow members. There are no age limits, neither upper nor lower, as the membership is for anyone who is moving from, or has already moved from, full-time occupation (family or work). This is done at minimum cost by making use of the knowledge, skills and time of the members, freely given. The main emphasis is on participation.

There are over 1000 U3As in the UK and the number is increasing all the time. Please visit our Welcome and our About Us pages for more information. Also, the Third Age Trust National Office website has useful information, including advice sheets and a range of resources. You can find the link to their website by clicking the "Links" button in the left-hand menu.

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