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Your Members

If you know of any of our members being unwell or in need of extra friendship then please let us know.

We would like to be able to send a card, or make a call, or just give a hand. Please use the contact form in the Contact Us section and leave the rest to us.

Your Ideas

We are interested in hearing your ideas for what you would like to see in this web site. How easy is the site to use? Could it be better? We would love to hear from you. Just use the Contact Us page to send us a message.

Latest News !!
Due to the Coronavirus the public meetings are closed until September at the earliest.
The majority of the activities are also closed, but some are still active using different methods of meeting. Contact the group leader of the activity of your interest for details.

We are on Facebook !!

 How to join the Facebook Group
Sign into Facebook as you would normally. Search for the group — L&D U3A Group. Send a request to join the group. When accepted you will be able to communicate with all the members of the group. NOTE: If you are NOT a Facebook member, and would like to join the group, you will need to create a Facebook account. You only require to put in basic information. When that has been done complete the steps above, to send a request asking to join the other members using the group.


George McDougall

Elizabeth Bryson
Business Secretary

Harry Jamieson

Jim Allan
IT Admin

Rosalynn Moynagh
Speaker Secretary

Irene McDougall

Member Representatives

Margo Yates

Robin Lee

Members Personal Information
There are new regulations (GDPR) regarding privacy. So what do we do with your personal information that we hold?
Click here to read our privacy policy.

Members Photographs

   Please send us your special photographs to Robin Lee and we will publish the best.

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   More images from James Bryce
Images from James Bryce - unusual images of Lanark
Images from John Dunlop - Tinto in winter and spring
Images from Brian Swaine
Images from Robin Lee