About us
Heath U3A Lincoln was formed in summer 2008 to serve the village of Bracebridge Heath, south of Lincoln, and the surrounding area. Our branch meetings take place on the second Monday of each month at 10am in the Methodist Church Hall, Grantham Road, Bracebridge Heath (see the page for more info).

We offer a wide range of . They decide their own schedule and meet in a variety of venues: members' homes, the church hall, outdoors and so on. Group sign-up lists are available for members at monthly branch meetings, or members can contact one of the Groups Coordinators for more information (see ).

New members are most welcome.
For more information, . Or come along as a guest to one of our monthly meetings and find out about us.

About the U3A
U3A stands for University of the Third Age, which is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment, providing educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. It consists of local U3A branches all over the UK, which are run entirely by volunteers and are self-governing. The Third Age Trust is the U3A's central organising body in the UK.
For more information see web site.

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