Membership of the U3A is open to anyone in the "Third Age", i.e. after the second age of full-time employment and parental responsibility
().

The full annual membership subscription for 2019 is 12, due January 1st. This includes 3.50 as the membership subscription for the Third Age Trust (TAT), our parent organisation, and also pays for direct delivery of the U3A magazines, "Third Age Matters" and "Sources".
The TAT membership subscription is waived if you are a full member of another U3A branch - that is, you pay that subscription at that other branch.

New members joining later in the year pay reduced rates. See below, or contact the for more information.

Download the Membership Application form (PDF† 106kb) right now and join. You can fill it in on the computer - follow the instructions on the form - then print it. It is better to download it, as it may not be editable when viewed in a browser. To see our Data Protection Policy, click here.

 
Membership subscriptions
2019
Full member 12.00*
Associate member***12.00*
Partial member 8.50 TAT membership subscription ** has been
paid to another U3A branch
Subscriptions can be paid in cash, by cheque payable to "Heath U3A", or, for renewals, by direct deposit - contact the treasurer for details.
New members
Jan-May12.00*
Jun-Jul 9.00*
Aug-Sep 7.50*
Oct 6.00*
Nov-Decfree with the following year

Prospective members should read † this document explaining the limited liability of Heath U3A, its group leaders and members.

* includes 3.50 TAT membership subscription**, waived if already paid to another U3A
** The Third Age Trust membership subscription is paid to TAT out of membership dues, and provides insurance coverage for group leaders and the branch, support and training. For that reason, as well as to maintain their membership, it is important for members to pay their dues promptly, and that is also why we cannot allow non-U3A-members to join groups.
*** Associate members do not attend any branch meetings. When the maximum capacity of our facilities is reached there will be a lower subscription.


 

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