Hints and Tips

Members Help

 Welcome to the Members Help Area

 This part of our site is designed to help you get the most out of our site.

Our corner peel banner

Have you tried the banner, just hover over the top right hand corner of our home page and the page peels back to reveal a picture of the Current promotion topic.

If you click the picture you are presently taken to the relevant page.

View Videos

As an example let us assume that you want to see the video of our lacemakers in action. Click Arts and Crafts, then Lacemaking, the click the link where it says click here for video.

To see the video full screen click the double headed arrow across the bottom right hand corner of the video screen.

To Find Committee Members contact details and Images.

If you want to see our Executive Committee members contact details along with pictures of those brave enough to supply the picture.

Our registered address , Secretary of Guildford Area U3A plus Membership Secretary, Newsletter Editor and application form are on Contact Details under About Us on the header menu.

Programme Planning Committe

The members of this one are listed with address on the PPC page which is under about us.

To Join Guildford Area U3A

You can join on line as follows.

To do this please first register for a web account then :-

  1. Log in
  2. This takes you to our reception area
  3. Use the menu to select "New Members Join" or "Renew Membership".
  4. Fill in the on screen form for each member for whom you intend to pay
  5. Click Submit
  6. This gets you to Pay Pal to pay the membership fee of £22-00 per person

If you get stuck please click the link and Mike will assist you.

 If you prefer pen and paper:-

The Join Us page is found under about us in the header menu. This page also has a link to download the membership form.

To find courses that meet on a particular day ot the week when you have free time.

 Simply type the day that you want into the search box at the top right hand corner it will probably find more if you use the first four letters.