- Joining the U3A
- Updating Membership Details in Beacon
- Renewing your Membership
- Contacts for Help using Beacon
- Benefits of Membership
Joining the U3A
If you would like to join the U3A – or just find out more about this self-help organisation– come to a Horizons Coffee Meeting on a Thursday morning between 9:45 and 11:00 am.
If you do decide to join, you can:
- pick up an Application Form for membership at the Membership Desk at any Horizons meeting
- download from this website a New Members Application Form March 2018-March 2019
- contact the Membership Secretary by filling in the web form to ask for more information
Annual Membership, commencing in March, is £15.
If you pay income tax you may wish to complete the gift aid section of the form; this will enable U3A to claim £3.75 from the UK tax authorities.
Updating Membership Details in Beacon
When you join, the Membership Team will set up your Membership Record on the Beacon System.
You can thereafter amend or update your personal details for yourself by logging on to the Beacon System, and making the appropriate changes to your record.
Renewing your Membership
Existing Members will be able to renew their 2018-19 membership online from 18th February using the Beacon membership renewal system.
Contacts for Help using Beacon
Help with renewing your U3A membership online, or updating your membership record, is available by:
- calling in at the Membership Desk during Thursday Horizons meetings
- attending a Monday and Tuesday Computer Advice session
- contacting the Membership Secretary via the relevant Web Form
Benefits of Membership
- Members may attend the Horizons coffee morning, the monthly meetings, seminars and social events, and may join any number of activity groups.
- Members will receive a regular quarterly Magazine about Aughton & Ormskirk U3A, with members articles and details of all activities. They will also receive a monthly enews on their email with updates to the magazine and other news.
In order to comply with the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998, members are reminded that membership data will be kept on a computerised database and/or in a file and used solely for U3A business and communication.