Help with using this website
See our webpage Help with using this website.
If you prefer to speak to a real person about U3A in East Suffolk, please phone the secretary, Rosemary Lury on 0300 123 3913 (standard call charges from landlines and mobiles),
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Please click here to notify the Membership Secretary, so that your membership records can be updated.
If you need help with your computer, including advice on purchasing one, click here. For news about recent computing issues facing some members, click here. For information about internet scams, and other frauds, scroll down this page to the item Keeping Secure.
Contacting the Committee
You can contact committee members by clicking on the links below (a new page will open where you can type your message).
- Membership Secretary
- Website Admin team
- Some additional email addresses are available here (member login is required to activate this link).
Note: If you are a Member of U3A in East Suffolk, you will find the phone number for committee members and most group leaders in the current Members' Handbook.
Members of U3A in East Suffolk will find an email link to the leader of many of our groups on the group's summary page
Digital Projectors for U3A use: click here (member login is required to this activate link).
Help with Transport
For details about connecting bus and rail routes throughout the Suffolk Coastal area, click here.
For bus and rail timetables, see Suffolk on Board.
Connecting Communities is a transport service provided by Suffolk County Council designed to help people travel around the county of Suffolk who might not have access to a regular bus service. For more information, and an explanatory video, click here.
If you live in the Suffolk Coastal area and it is not possible for you to walk to your local bus stop or train station, the Connecting Communities team may be able to help. For contact details, click here.
The Metropolitan Police publish a booklet titled The Little Book of Big Scams, which gives helpful information and general advice about a range of criminal scams, including internet scams. The third edition was published in January 2017, and can be read online and free of charge on the Metropolitan Police website by clicking here.
Who Can You Trust is a not-for-profit community interest organisation set up with the sole aim of alerting and advising people in the 55+ age group about the need to be on their guard against internet scammers, doorstep rogues, fake lotteries, ATM fraudsters, rogue builders, dating tricksters and cheque overpayment fraud. The organisation regularly publishes magazines with news and advise, and these can be read online and free of charge through the Who Can You Trust website.