The membership form to join for 2021.

Application form 2021 November

Renewal forms will be available for 2022 in January.

To gift aid your membership.

Gift Aid Form 2021

If you have already signed for gift aid you do not have to sign again.


To be able to enjoy the benefits of the Lindsey u3a, you need to become a member. If you are already a member of another u3a, you can join Lindsey u3a as an associate.

To encourage new members, the fee for the remainder of 2021 has been waived. Membership renewal will then become due on the 1st January 2022 at £17 EACH.

To become a member, you need to complete the membership application form and send it to the address on the form. If you want more details about membership, the Membership Secretary, Jane Miller, will be happy to help. You can reach her at or through the Contact Us page.

Please read the Objects and Principles document which will give you further insight into the u3a organisation.  These documents can be found on the About Us page. Also, please refer to our Data Protection page where you can read our Data Protection Policy and our Data Privacy statement.

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the Membership Form and Objects & Principles document.

Gift Aid

  • Now that we are a registered as a charity in our own right, we are entitled to claim tax allowances for those members who are tax payers. Clearly a member must be a UK tax payer, and sign a form to indicate that they wish to gift aid their membership. You will find a form on this Page.

    If you are willing to do so, we would be grateful if you would complete and sign the form and hand it to a committee member at the next general meeting, or send it to the membership secretary, Jane Miller, her details are on the form. Individuals must complete the form separately. To be clear, where a member and spouse or partner are both tax payers, two separate forms must be submitted.

    Whilst it will not be possible to claim for all our members, the amount we can claim will help to keep down the cost of membership for everyone.