We will be collecting membership subscriptions at the February and March monthly meetings and renewal forms will be available at the meetings. Renewal forms are also available on the website www.eastwoodu3a.org/forms
If you have signed a gift aid form for yourself and others in your household a joint renewal form will be available for you on the sign in desk and the person who completed the gift aid form must pay the full joint amount and sign the renewal form.
All members must complete both sides of the renewal form, whichever method of payment is used. If there are no changes to your details, fill in your name, membership number and date and sign the front of the form. You must then complete the back of the form where the information is collected to comply with the new Data Protection Act.
* You can pay your subscription by Bank transfer – a one off bank payment.
Name of payee: Eastwood & District U3A
Sort code: 60-07-28
Account no: 456 35 714
Reference: Your name & membership no (this is essential for the treasurer to pick out who has paid) Amount: £20
If you pay by Bank Transfer you must still complete both sides of a renewal form and pass it to the Treasurer or Membership Secretary.
* You can hand a cheque payment in at the sign in desk: To do this, put your Renewal Form (both sides completed) and cheque (for £20 payable to Eastwood & District U3A) in an envelope addressed to the Treasurer with your name and membership number on the outside.
* You can use the renewal form and pay at the membership desk at the meeting. Please have your renewal form completed (both sides) before you join the queue. Bob Ford, Treasurer
Further dates and times will be available in February.
I have a provisional list of names of those members who wish to attend (65 plus the members of City Treasures) Barry Seeley
Computer Drop-in @ Horse & Groom, Moorgreen – upstairs
4th Monday each month @ 4.00 pm
Do you have a computer, tablet or laptop?
Are there things you would like to know how to do but haven’t the confidence to try?
Community involvement We are looking for ways that our U3A can become involved more out in the community. Please discuss this within your Interest Groups to see if you might be able to offer anything for other organisations in the community. For example the Ukulele group have attended several venues like The Breath-easy group, Moorgreen Residents Association, and Erewash Canal Festival.Let the committee know about your ideas or any contacts you might have.We recently received this request from Alexandra Nursing Home, Eastwood
“We are a small nursing home in Eastwood and was wondering if one or a group of your members would be willing to come in and speak to us to tell us all about your interesting group; they may have had interesting careers or hobbies; or members who would like to sing or recite poetry to us. We are always looking to involve more visitors and friends into our home.”