THIRD AGE TRUST
Third Age Trust Website
The Third Age Trust website has everything you need to know about the U3A, resources, subject advice and
more, and it gives access to special U3A events. Now, you only need to log in
to view the advice section. (U3A members can go ahead and create themselves a
new account here
- you will need to do this even if you had an account on the old website.) You
can also sign up for regular emails here.
To visit the site click here.
U3A Resources Information
The National Office has a collection of DVDs & CDs
available for all U3A groups to borrow free of charge, except for the cost of
return postage, in many subject areas.
To borrow items from the collection, either login and order
online or contact the Resource Centre by telephone, email or letter. Give them the title of the
items you would like to borrow and the date of the meeting at which you expect
to use them.
Loans are for a period of three weeks and may be renewed on
request if there is no other group waiting to use them. Items will be sent by
post with a note telling you the date to return them. The reusable packaging is
strong but light. When you return the item to us please obtain a certificate of
posting at the Post Office. This is free but can be used to reclaim the value
of the item should the package go astray. There is no need to use registered
To go directly to the Resources Library click here
Our Region Needs You!
Third Age Trust is organised on a regional basis and St Albans U3A belongs to
‘East of England’ Region. Our Regional Trustee (our representative at the Third
Age Trust) is keen to recruit more Regional Volunteers. These are people who
help with Regional activities such as setting up new U3As, organising Workshops
and troubleshooting problems. Training is provided and expenses are covered. If
you would be interested in supporting the U3A in this way, please contact Jeff Carter
our Regional Trustee