U3A- WYMONDHAM

10th June 2016

U3A Wymondham is an extremely friendly group of retired, or semi-retired, people from the market town of Wymondham and the surrounding villages. We aim to provide an opportunity for all our members to share friendship, knowledge, skills and experiences, whilst at the same time having a lot of fun.

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We host a range of informal group activities and a good place to go after reading this page would be our Groups Page. Many of these groups are held in the homes of our members which leads to a warm and friendly atmosphere - and you may get a cup of coffee too!

You could also visit our Events Page for a list of upcoming meetings and diary of events.

We welcome new members and would encourage you to visit our Membership Page for an application form to join U3A Wymondham.

Should you require further information regarding the membership of U3A Wymondham then please send a message to 'Membership Enquiries' on our Contacts Page or why not come to one of our informal coffee mornings. They are held every Thursday at 10 am in the Tiffey Room, Central Hall, Wymondham - we'd be delighted to see you there.

Contact: Georgette Vale on 01953 605434

 

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