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Easingwold & District U3A is a motivated group providing a range of activities including a regular monthly meeting with speaker, various interest groups, outings and workshops. The annual subscription is £14 (renewal on 1st Jan) and our membership (now over 200) is attracted from both Easingwold and the surrounding villages. The Welcome page provides greater detail.
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*Note for New Joiners: Only U3A members may join an Interest Group. The group status may indicate ‘Fully Subscribed’ but may operate a waiting list (only indicated once a member is logged in). If you wish to enquire about any particular group status, please use the ‘Contact Us’ link. Only through your interest are we able to assess demand and, if we can, review numbers, venue size, etc.
U3A is a national organisation established in 1982 to encourage self-supported active learning among those who are retired or semi-retired. Easingwold is supported by the national body, the Third Age Trust, and the local Yorkshire and Humberside region.
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You can get assistance on how this site works by clicking Help on the menu bar after selecting the relevant page. To close the Help page either click on 'Close this window' at the bottom of the page, or click the word 'Help' in the top menu bar again.
Access to the website is open to anyone interested in the U3A. However there is an area of the website open to members only. To access this area members must enter their membership number and their password in the Login window which is accessed via the Login button on the menu bar.
If you have forgotten your password, there is an option (Forgotten Password) within the Login window to obtain a new one.
It is recommended that you change your password to something memorable to you by using the (Change Password) under Help on the menu bar when signed in.
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