Welcome to the new Minehead & District U3A Forums.  Please feel free to browse the posts in the various forums.  This set of forums has been created so that members can post a question or an observation – and any other member who has a solution or can direct the enquirer to a source of information may respond with the detail; members can also post comments on specific forums, e.g. to post a book review – or at least reactions to reading a title.

If you want to add a new topic, or reply to an existing topic, then you will need to be a Registered User, and you will need to Log In.

How Forums work

Available Forums

Art  This forum is provided for ALL! Please comment here on topics relating to Art and ‘the Arts’ in general.

Birdwatching  What species have you seen recently? Please give the species (if known), the date and the location of sighting.  You may also like to check the Minehead Bay Bird Guide

Books. This forum is to support  discussion on books and authors.  Please set a topic to the specific title or author, and add responses to that topic.  

Genealogy. This Genealogy Forum is provided to allow members to raise questions and discuss topics concerning family history.

Health and Welfare.    This is provided to allow discussion of community health issues – and particularly Coronavirus and the vaccination programme.  If you have had the vaccine, or have concerns about it, or even have turned your face against it, let us know – registered members can write directly, but if you want anonymity, send an email to Welfare and your privacy will be respected.

Scams  This forum reports on scams that have been reported and are current locally.  You can upload screenshots and describe the process you have encountered – but please do not include personal names and contact information!

Technology.  The Technology forum allows members to discuss issues, either as raised by another member, or to ask for assistance on a specific topic.  Topics noted have been brought up at Computer Confidence, or through IT Champions, and initially remain anonymous.