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The West Oxford branch of the U3A, (the University of the Third Age), was created around 1995. The membership is mainly resident in the West part of the city of Oxford, UK, together with nearby villages. Regular lectures are given by visiting speakers on subjects of general interest on alternate Monday afternoons during term times. In addition, there are many "Special Interest Groups", (SIGs), covering a diverse range of topics and activities. Each SIG has a leader who organises agendas and venues.

How the U3A started and what it's for, click here

How to join West Oxford U3A:
Current annual subscription - £15
Contact the membership secretary listed on the Committee page
or print off this Membership Form to post

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