Link direct to the publications page on The Charity Commission website.
This is a program for creating public web sites for local U3As. It was started in 2007 and has steadily grown in popularity so that there are now around 300 such sites in use. It was created, and is now maintained and developed by members of a local U3A. It is not related to the Third Age Trust site, but it is an independent "grass-roots" initiative.
This series is published by Wiley in partnership with the Third Age Trust.
It now includes a total of nine books covering different technology related topics. They are written in a straightforward, jargon free way with step by step instructions throughout. Including explanatory screenshots, easy-to-read fonts, full colour and lay flat binding.
Perfect for individual reading if you’re struggling with a particular topic, so you can take yourself through the book chapter by chapter at your own pace in the comfort of your own home. Or if you run a technology course at your local U3A group and are looking for a book that your class can use, then one of these from the series could be what you’re after.
Computing for the Older and Wiser – Adrian Arnold
Computing with Windows 7 for the Older and Wiser – Adrian Arnold
The Internet for the Older and Wiser – Adrian Arnold
iPad for the Older and Wiser – Sean McManus
Laptops for the Older and Wiser – Bud E. Smith
Microsoft Office for the Older and Wiser – Sean McManus
Family History for the Older and Wiser – Susan Fifer
Digital Photography for the Older and Wiser – Kim Gilmour
Social Networking for the Older and Wiser – Sean McManus
Umbrella body for the voluntary sector in England, which represents the views of its members to government, the Charity Commission, the EU, and other bodies.
The website of the International Association of Universities of The Third Age.
The Age Action Alliance will be informed and driven by older people themselves. We share the vision of improving older people’s lives; creating neighbourhoods where all older people are secure, valued and able to make a contribution to their local communities and wider society.
Educational Travel Since 1975. Discover more than 8,000 educational tours in all 50 states and more than 90 countries with Elderhostel, the not-for-profit leader in educational travel since 1975.
The Civil Service Retirement Fellowship. Dedicated to supporting retired civil servants and their dependants for over 40 years.
Books for third agers.
This website seeks to establish a service for our international contacts and to provide educational resources as part of a worldwide movement.
A free website providing a 'one-stop-shop' for information about the activities and finances of the registered main charities in England and Wales.
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity.
This organisation was an idea of Michael Young, one of our founder members.
Sue Hennessy spoke at the 2013 Conference about her life in the RNLI - this is a link to her website where there are details about her book and how your U3A may book her to speak.
This movement began in Australia when men realised they could come together around practical tasks on a regular basis, particularly if they had a designated place or workshop where tools and work in progress could be stored. This appeals to men both living alone or with partners and at all ages although the vast majority of 'shedders' are at or beyond retirement date.