Lostwithiel and Area U3A  was formed in early 2013. The Group is run by an Executive Committee and each activity group is facilitated by a Co-ordinator. Anyone can set up a group. Resulting from a very successful launch meeting held in January 2013, about 20 groups have been formed. Meetings are either held in members' homes or local halls.

In addition to group activities a regular open meeting is also held, in which a speaker is invited to give a talk to the whole U3A.

There is no limit to the number of groups you can attend.  The Annual Subscription is 15.00, Depending upon the nature of the group meeting, there may be small additional charge to cover room hire and refreshments. More details about Lostwithiel U3A are contained in our constitution. (The constitution may also be downloaded by following this link.)

Third Age Matters

The National U3A sends out a magazine called 'Third Age Matters' five times a year. Members are sent a copy direct to their home address.

The National U3A Resource Centre

We have access to a wide range of information from the U3A Resource Centre on DVDs and CD's on the following subjects - Architecture, Art, Biography, Environment & Transport, Gardening, Geography & Travel, Health & Exercise, History, Family History & Archaeology, Languages & Foreign Films, Literature & Poetry, Music (Classical, Opera, Ballet & Jazz), Philosophy & Psychology, Photography, Recreation, Religion, Pure Science, Natural Science.

The whole Resource Centre catalogue is available on the National U3A web site with an ordering facility.

Please note, to see the full Catalogue you have to first register with the Resource Centre as a user either by telephoning or online. Bookings can be made 9 months ahead and loans are for an initial period of 3 weeks

U3A Resource Centre:
Phone: 020 8315 0199
Opening hours
Monday TO Thursday
9.30am to 4.00pm

email:  resource.centre(at)u3a.org.uk

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