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www.allianceofliterarysocieties.org.uk

Visits to the Website888
Open Lectures & Talks

'The umbrella organisation for literary societies and groups in the UK. We were formed in 1973 and currently have around 125 members ... We provide support and advice on a variety of literary subjects, as well as promoting cooperation between member societies. Each year we have a weekend event hosted by a different member society.'

Views of 'Full' Record1742

www.abps.org.uk/Societies_and_Federations/index.xalter

Visits to the Website652
Open Lectures & Talks

Access to details of philatelic Federations, National & Specialist Societies, Local Societies: 'As not all societies are members of the ABPS it may be that their details will not be available as the records of contact, telephone and email addresses may not be recorded.'

Views of 'Full' Record914

backdoorbroadcasting.net/academic-service/

Visits to the Website1207
Open Lectures & Talks

'We are a mobile audio webcasting service, which concentrates on recording academic research. We are hired by universities, learned societies and research institutes to record  their research as presented at conferences, symposia, workshops, public lectures and seminars and to disseminate it  to a ready-made world-wide audience.'

Views of 'Full' Record1500

www.bookfestivalscotland.com

Visits to the Website1038
Open Lectures & Talks

'The website where you can find details of more than 30 amazing book, storytelling and poetry festivals which take place from January to November each year. No other country has so many per capita and they range from the world's largest at Edinburgh to a scatter of smaller but perfectly formed events from Shetland to Wigtown and many places in between.'

Views of 'Full' Record1077

www.balh.co.uk

Visits to the Website636
Open Lectures & Talks

'Organises regular guided visits to archives, libraries, museums and other places of interest; arranges regular conferences in London and the regions; commissions a prestigious annual lecture; offers benefits to society members, including access to events at the members' rate ...'

Views of 'Full' Record1111

www.coinclubs.org.uk

Visits to the Website706
Open Lectures & Talks

'The national organisation which represents numismatic societies throughout the United Kingdom. It exists to promote the study of numismatics by bringing these societies and their members together to share and increase their interest and expertise in coins, tokens and currency.'

Views of 'Full' Record1036

www.bbka.org.uk

Visits to the Website546
Open Lectures & Talks

'Set up in 1874 to promote and further the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment. It is the UK's leading organisation representing beekeepers.'

Views of 'Full' Record1102

www.humanism.org.uk

Visits to the Website943
Open Lectures & Talks

The British Humanist Association 'holds various events through the year. These offer humanists and the public a chance to socialise, enjoy yourself and learn. Our Events pages contain details on these, as well as related events held by other organisations, and other notable dates ... Numerous Local, Student and Special Interest Humanist Groups affiliate to the British Humanist Association from across the UK. These groups are independent and autonomous but affiliate to us to show that they fall under the humanist umbrella and that they agree with our overall purpose as an organisation ... These offer further opportunities to meet like-minded people, many groups hold talks and social events, or even undertake actions in the local community or campaigns work in line with BHA objectives.'

Named Lectures & TalksShelley Lecture | Voltaire Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1175

www.british-orchid-council.info

Visits to the Website612
Open Lectures & Talks

'Brings together amateurs, commercial growers and the scientific community in a single forum. Membership currently comprises the fifty or so British Orchid Societies, the British Orchid Growers' Association, National Botanic Gardens maintaining significant orchid collections at Kew and Glasgow, the Eric Young Orchid Foundation in Jersey and the Royal Horticultural Society, with its major collection at Wisley.'

Views of 'Full' Record1991

www.civicvoice.org.uk/societies/map/

Visits to the Website2034
Open Lectures & Talks

'The national charity for the civic movement in England. We make places more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive. We promote civic pride.'

Views of 'Full' Record1077

www.cyndislist.com

Visits to the Website643
Open Lectures & Talks

'A categorized & cross-referenced index to genealogical resources on the Internet; A list of links that point you to genealogical research sites online; A free jumping-off point for you to use in your online research; A "card catalog" to the genealogical collection in the immense library that is the Internet; Your genealogical research portal onto the Internet.'

Views of 'Full' Record967

www.edinburghartfestival.com

Category:Art Galleries
Visits to the Website871
Open Lectures & Talks

Includes 'a series of new public art commissions and over 45 major exhibitions at galleries, museums and artist-run spaces'. Usually held each year in August.

Views of 'Full' Record831

fedastro.org.uk/fas/

Visits to the Website847
Open Lectures & Talks

'In short the Federation aims to be a body of societies united in their attempts to help each other find the best ways of working for their common cause of creating a fully successful astronomical society. In this way it endeavours to be a true federation, rather than some remote central organization disseminating information only from its own limited experience.'

Views of 'Full' Record1309

www.ffhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website614
Open Lectures & Talks

'An educational charity with over 160 member societies throughout the world. Most of them focus on a particular geographical area or on a specific surname but there are also a variety of other specialist organisations.'

Views of 'Full' Record892

www.gardenorganic.org.uk/local

Visits to the Website723
Open Lectures & Talks

'Across the UK, there are a large number of fantastic organic gardening groups, clubs, organisations and gardens supporting local residents with their organic growing.'

Views of 'Full' Record925

www.genuki.org.uk

Visits to the Website633
Open Lectures & Talks

'Provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.'

Views of 'Full' Record799

www.gfgs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1047
Open Lectures & Talks

'There are 148 gardening clubs and societies in the Gloucestershire Federation of Gardening Societies.' Note the rolling section Gardening clubs meeting in the next week in the middle of the Home Page.

Views of 'Full' Record2078

hantsfedhortsoc.org.uk/society-details

Visits to the Website1205
Open Lectures & Talks

'There are about 170 horticultural societies from Hampshire and the surrounding counties in the Hampshire Federation of Horticultural Societies and these are listed in 10 areas around the main towns/cities.'

Views of 'Full' Record1593

www.hha.org.uk

Visits to the Website619
Open Lectures & Talks

'Preserving and promoting over 1,600 historic houses, castles and gardens.'

Views of 'Full' Record1284

www.independentlibraries.co.uk

Visits to the Website812
Open Lectures & Talks

'Founded in 1989 to further the conservation, restoration and public awareness of a too little known but significant section of our cultural heritage. It aims to develop links between its constituent members by means of co-operative agreements, newsletters, social gatherings, seminars, workshops and meetings.'

Views of 'Full' Record968

www.kentfed.com

Visits to the Website945
Open Lectures & Talks

'The Federation, formed in 1938, was originally based on societies from Kent. Since 2001 however, several societies from East Sussex, and more recently clubs from Surrey, have been welcomed, bringing our present membership to around 200 affiliated societies, clubs and organisations.'

Views of 'Full' Record2420

www.literaryfestivals.co.uk

Visits to the Website1044
Open Lectures & Talks

'Established in 2007, Literary Festivals UK provides a dedicated online platform to promote community Literary Festivals and authors from the UK and Ireland. Over 350 literary festivals are listed and hundreds of authors. The site gets 10,000 visitors a week in peak season with social media reach in excess of 3 million pa.'

Views of 'Full' Record1185

www.cemeteryfriends.org.uk

Category:Cemeteries
Visits to the Website543
Open Lectures & Talks

'Represents groups of volunteers interested in conserving cemeteries large and small. The Cemetery Friends give their time clearing and maintaining areas, often working with local ecology groups to maintain a balance between wildlife and heritage. Friends may also provide guided walks, open days and special events and work on projects with English Heritage and other organisations. Some groups have restored memorials and chapels.'

Views of 'Full' Record1515

www.secularism.org.uk/join-an-affiliated-group.html

Visits to the Website1519
Open Lectures & Talks

'List of websites and contact details of groups affiliated to the National Secular Society ... These groups are independent of the NSS, but all support the aims of the Society.'

Views of 'Full' Record847

mikewalton.org.uk/nwnuweb/nwnuhome.htm

Visits to the Website589
Open Lectures & Talks

Access to some details of about 40 Affiliated Societies.

Views of 'Full' Record1112

www.rootschat.com

Visits to the Website704
Open Lectures & Talks

'The country's busiest, largest free family history forum site.'

Views of 'Full' Record1515

www.rhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1023
Views of 'Full' Record1034

www.rpsl.org

Visits to the Website642
Open Lectures & Talks

'Meetings are held from September to June, normally on alternate Thursdays. They are of two types: the first is of a formal nature, at which one or more papers are read accompanied by displays by individual members, and usually starts at 5 pm; the second consists of a display of stamps, postal history etc. in the frames contributed by one or more members, with or without a written paper. This meeting is open from 1 pm to 6 pm. Tea is served to members and their guests at all meetings ... It is not necessary for a prospective member to be an advanced philatelist.'

Views of 'Full' Record1165

www.scottishcivictrust.org.uk

Visits to the Website762
Views of 'Full' Record970

www.swt.org.uk

Category:Wildlife Trusts
Visits to the Website902
Views of 'Full' Record725

www.sacu.org/events.html

Category:China
Visits to the Website715
Open Lectures & Talks

'We are currently unable to give our normal events listing service. We hope to resume it as soon as we can. If you can help please let us know. ...'

Views of 'Full' Record1100

www.sagasonline.org

Visits to the Website769
Open Lectures & Talks

Access to details of about two dozen Societies.

Views of 'Full' Record873

www.ted.com

Visits to the Website752
Open Lectures & Talks

'A nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world.'

Views of 'Full' Record1402

theartssociety.org

Visits to the Website22
Open Lectures & Talks

'Become part of our network of over 90,000 people worldwide - brought together through a shared curiosity for the arts and our artistic heritage. The Arts Society offers enjoyable opportunities to discover and support the arts of yesterday, today and tomorrow, wherever you are. Our events provide welcoming places – locally, nationally and globally – to hear excellent lecturers share their specialist knowledge about the arts.'

Also indexedNational Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies
Views of 'Full' Record27

gla.nadfas.net

Category:London
Visits to the Website24
Open Lectures & Talks

'We are now called The Arts Society, a name and brand that more clearly represents who we are and what we do. It communicates the broad nature of the lecture topics which now incorporate all the arts, and makes a strong statement about our role in the community and wider society. The monogram, with interlocking A and S, communicates a value at the heart of the organisation connecting people to the arts and to each other.'

Views of 'Full' Record32

www.theartssocietykentarea.org.uk

Visits to the Website16
Open Lectures & Talks

'A great way to expand your knowledge of the arts, as well as having fun helping to conserve our heritage. Look at our podcasts. We’d love to entice you in!'

Views of 'Full' Record32

nadfasswarea.org.uk

Visits to the Website23
Open Lectures & Talks

'Each Society of the 25 in the South West Area organises a full programme of lectures, Special Interest Days and visits. Details of society programmes can be found by contacting the individual Society,whose contact details can be found on the Societies page. Details of area events and visits are on the Special Interest Days and the News/Courses pages ...'

Views of 'Full' Record57

sussex.nadfas.net

Visits to the Website18
Open Lectures & Talks

'From Chichester in the west to Hastings in the east there are twenty four individual Societies in The Arts Society Sussex Area further details of which can be found in the Societies section. Our Societies bring together groups of like minded individuals through regular meetings, lectures by top experts. study days, visits, tours and a number of volunteering activities including Church Recording, Heritage Volunteering and our Young Arts programmes.'

Views of 'Full' Record35

theartssociety-wessex.org

Visits to the Website18
Open Lectures & Talks

The Wessex Area of The Arts Society has 22 societies in the area from the coast of Dorset, covering part of Somerset, Bath, all of Wiltshire, and beyond the M4. Each society is autonomous, but all broadly follow the same theme of holding an hour long lecture once a month, usually 10 times a year, given by an accredited Arts Society lecturer. These lectures cover all manner of subjects from fine art, to porcelain, jewellery, furniture, music and all related arts subjects.'

Views of 'Full' Record31

www.nadfas-west-mercia-area.co.uk

Category:South Wales
Visits to the Website21
Open Lectures & Talks

'There are currently 22 Societies including South Wales, Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, Bristol and Malmesbury, further details of which can be found in the Societies section.'

Views of 'Full' Record37

www.thebfs.org.uk/affiliates.asp

Visits to the Website751
Open Lectures & Talks

'The Society was formed in 1938 with the object of furthering interest in cultivation of the fuchsia.'

Views of 'Full' Record1195

www.britishdowsers.org/affiliated-groups/local/

Category:Dowsing
Visits to the Website951
Open Lectures & Talks

'Founded in 1933 to promote dowsing in the United Kingdom and beyond. We presently offer a wide range of courses and training, and host a wide variety of meetings and activities centred on this ancient art, together with our annual conference held in September.'

Views of 'Full' Record1980

thegardenstrust.org

Visits to the Website8
Open Lectures & Talks

'A UK national charity dedicated to the research and conservation of designed landscapes and to campaigning on their behalf. The Gardens Trust, as the statutory consultee in England for registered parks and gardens, plays a key conservation role, and more widely supports the County and Country Gardens Trusts in protecting and conserving our landscape heritage. The Gardens Trust was formed in 2015 from the merger of the Garden History Society (GHS) and the Association of Gardens Trusts (AGT).

Also indexedGarden History Society | Association of Gardens Trusts
Views of 'Full' Record20

www.iom3.org/events

Visits to the Website928
Open Lectures & Talks

'A major UK engineering institution whose activities encompass the whole materials cycle, from exploration and extraction, through characterisation, processing, forming, finishing and application, to product recycling and land reuse. It exists to promote and develop all aspects of materials science and engineering, geology, mining and associated technologies, mineral and petroleum engineering and extraction metallurgy, as a leading authority in the worldwide materials and mining community.'

Views of 'Full' Record959

theartssociety.org

Visits to the Website551
Open Lectures & Talks

'The Area Team offers support to the 15 NADFAS societies in East Surrey ... Each society in East Surrey organises a full programme of lectures, study days, visits and tours and contact details for individual societies can be found on the “Societies” pages. We look forward to welcoming you to one of our societies or an Area event in the near future.'

Views of 'Full' Record850

theartssociety.org

Visits to the Website665
Open Lectures & Talks

Access to details of some 20 Societies.

Views of 'Full' Record766

theartssociety.org

Visits to the Website652
Open Lectures & Talks

Access to details of Local Societies within the Region: 'Our area team is here to enhance your time with NADFAS. There are 19 different areas. The West Midlands Area team serve 15 societies and over 4,000 members'.

Views of 'Full' Record933

www.nadfas-westsurreyarea.co.uk

Visits to the Website636
Open Lectures & Talks

'In the West Surrey Area of NADFAS there are 18 societies, from Runnymede in the north to Haslemere in the south. These societies promote the aims of NADFAS through lectures on the fine and decorative arts in the widest sense, as well as study days, visits and tours.'

Views of 'Full' Record925

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/home/

Visits to the Website523
Open Lectures & Talks

'We’re a charity founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything we do. We look after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone.'

Views of 'Full' Record1108

www.thepagb.org.uk

Visits to the Website549
Open Lectures & Talks

'A membership organisation that co-ordinates activities for photographic Clubs in England, Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland (including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man).'

Views of 'Full' Record623

www.railwaymagazine.co.uk

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website559
Views of 'Full' Record1092

www.wildlifetrusts.org

Category:Wildlife Trusts
Visits to the Website415
Views of 'Full' Record568

www.admin.cam.ac.uk/whatson

Visits to the Website1136
Views of 'Full' Record1511

www.london.ac.uk/events.html

Visits to the Website1124
Open Lectures & TalksEvents at the University of London 'The forthcoming events listed on this page are organised by the central University. For more information about events taking place at the constituent Colleges, Institutes and Activities, please refer to the "Also see events at" section further down the page ...'
Online Lectures & Talks'Recordings of School lectures, seminars and conferences, interviews and other content are available from the University of London platform on iTunes U as well as from our video and podcast pages, and YouTube and Tumblr channels.'
Views of 'Full' Record1081

www.ox.ac.uk/visitors_friends/whats_on/index.html

Visits to the Website2022
Open Lectures & Talks

'Events listed here are open to everyone. Whether you want to listen to a lecture, learn a new skill, take in a concert or an exhibition, see a play staged by Oxford University students or attend one of our sporting events, there's always something going on.'

Views of 'Full' Record1950

www.wbka.com

Visits to the Website561
Views of 'Full' Record899

www.ynu.org.uk

Visits to the Website883
Open Lectures & Talks

'We are an association of amateur and professional naturalists covering a wide range of aspects of natural history. We deal with the "old" county of Yorkshire, as individuals and through our many Affiliated Societies, many of which are local naturalists' groups.'

Views of 'Full' Record1909

www.apple.com/apps/itunes-u/

Visits to the Website794
Open Lectures & Talks'Discover iTunes U and never stop learning. Download lectures, discussions, language lessons, and more — all from top universities, schools, and other cultural institutions around the world ...
Online Lectures & Talks... With the iTunes U app, you can even take complete courses on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. So whether you’re a college student or a student of life, learn for free with iTunes U ...'
Views of 'Full' Record862

www.21stcenturychallenges.org/upcoming_events/

Visits to the Website2343
Open Lectures & Talks

'The aim of the 21st Century Challenges series ... is to improve public understanding of, and engagement with, some of the key issues likely to affect our lives and society in the coming years and thereby aid people in making their own informed decisions and judgements on these issues.'

Views of 'Full' Record1718

www.geologistsassociation.org.uk

Visits to the Website1030
Open Lectures & Talks'Join us for an interesting and informative evening! The Geologists’ Association organizes a series of illustrated evening lectures on a wide range of geological topics. These take place on the first Friday of the month ... Tea is served from 5.30 pm and the lectures begin at 6 pm. Wine and nibbles are available after the meetings ... Non-members are very welcome to attend for an introductory visit - please telephone ... or email ... the Executive Secretary to book a place'
Also indexedFestival of Geology
Views of 'Full' Record1088

www.oldcornwall.net

Visits to the Website795
Open Lectures & Talks'A society, once formed, is quite free and independent, except that it is guided by a minimum of rules drawn up by the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies, on which it is represented by delegates and to which it pays a nominal affiliation fee. It does, however, plan its own work to suit its size, situation and membership, and fixes its own subscriptions. Meetings are held once a month during the winter, when talks, sometimes with slides, and also other indoor activities are enjoyed ...'
Views of 'Full' Record1209

www.osgb.org.uk

Visits to the Website1075
Open Lectures & TalksThe Section 'Affiliates' provides contact details for Groups and Affiliated Societies of the OSGB. In addition: 'We hold monthly meetings for those members who are able to come to London on a Saturday afternoon. Each meeting is different. There is usually an experienced speaker who may talk about travel, cultivation or any other subject related to orchids. Members bring their plants to display at the monthly table show which offers a chance to see a wide variety of orchids in flower. The plants are judged and awarded and there is a short discussion about their history, cultivation and merits ... Tea and coffee are available and members have a chance to chat with the each other and the guest speaker and ask the questions that have been bothering them for ages. "Why won’t my Phalaenopsis flower?" is the most common; no question is too silly to ask ...'
Views of 'Full' Record1392

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/a-la-ronde

Category:Exmouth
Visits to the Website1102
Open Lectures & Talks

Occasional talks.

Also indexedNational Trust
Views of 'Full' Record1475

www.abbothall.org.uk

Category:Art Galleries
Visits to the Website1649
Open Lectures & Talks

Have offered gallery talks, evening lectures, including those organized by the Friends of the Lakeland Arts Trust.

Also indexedLakeland Arts Trust
Views of 'Full' Record1478

www.andrewcarnegie.co.uk

Category:Dunfermline
Visits to the Website1142
Open Lectures & Talks

'Regular monthly lectures in the Exhibition Room on the last Tuesday of each month cover the history and heritage of Dunfermline. Included in the cost of these lectures is a complimentary cup of coffee in the Abbot House café.' Alert 'The heritage centre closed in August 2015 after attempts, by Abbot House Heritage Centre Trust, to find alternative funding for the centre failed. In March 2016 it was announced that the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust had taken over ownership of Abbot House, and that they intend to re-open the building to the public ...' [Wikipedia 12 September 2017]

Also indexedCarnegie Dunfermline Trust
Views of 'Full' Record1308

www.algs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1454
Open Lectures & Talks'Welcome to the one of the oldest Gardening Societies in the country which was established before 1866.'
Views of 'Full' Record3387

www.allhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1483
Open Lectures & Talks'The main activities are a series of illustrated winter lectures, on topics of historical interest, held usually on the last Monday of each month ... These meetings have a pleasant, informal atmosphere, and members are invited to contribute by bringing interesting artefacts and making short presentations on items of interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record3237

www.cymdeithasaberaeron.org

Category:Ceredigion
Visits to the Website1000
Open Lectures & Talks

Winter monthly lecture programme: 'Lectures will be held at 7.30 pm'.

Views of 'Full' Record1524

anesfhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1044
Open Lectures & Talks

'Here is the full programme of Society Meetings. There is also a general Events Diary of interest to NE Scotland family historians.'

Views of 'Full' Record1347

anesfhs.org.uk/meetings-events/aberdeen-meetings

Category:Aberdeen City
Visits to the Website1047
Open Lectures & Talks

Monthly meetings, Saturday afternoons.

Views of 'Full' Record1515

anesfhs.org.uk/meetings-events/edinburgh-meetings

Visits to the Website1073
Open Lectures & Talks

Bi-monthly meetings, Saturday afternoons.

Views of 'Full' Record1636

anesfhs.org.uk/meetings-events/glasgow-meetings

Visits to the Website1079
Open Lectures & Talks

Occasional meetings, Saturday afternoons.

Views of 'Full' Record1597

anesfhs.org.uk/meetings-events/moray-banff-meetings

Category:Moray
Visits to the Website945
Open Lectures & Talks

Occasional Saturday afternoon meetings.

Views of 'Full' Record1659

www.aagm.co.uk

Category:Art Galleries
Visits to the Website1256
Open Lectures & Talks'Our new series of Lunchtime talks take place every Wednesday with free admission. End times are approximate ... Booking is essential for some talks ...'
Also indexedAberdeen Maritime Museum | Provost Skene's House
Views of 'Full' Record1677

www.aberdeenastro.org.uk/events.htm

Category:Aberdeen City
Visits to the Website1336
Open Lectures & Talks

'Meets monthly (second Tuesday of the month) from September to May ... AAS also meets once a month (fourth Tuesday of the month throughout the year) at Bettridge Centre, Newtonhill, where we hold informal observing evenings. If you want to try out a few telescopes or learn how to get the most out of your model, then these are the evenings for you. AAS members are also on hand to point out features of the night sky. If the skies are cloudy then we retreat inside the Centre for astronomical discussions!'

Views of 'Full' Record2110

www.aberdeencivicsociety.org.uk

Category:Aberdeen City
Visits to the Website1389
Open Lectures & Talks

'Unless otherwise stated, all meetings will be held in the Royal Northern & University Club ... at 7.30 for 8 pm ... Members are reminded that a dress code is enforced at the club. Gentlemen are to wear a shirt and jacket. The club’s private bar is not open to us although drinks can be purchased in the Mirror Room.'

Views of 'Full' Record1535

www.facebook.com/AberdeenEntomologicalClub

Category:Entomology
Visits to the Website1189
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are free to attend and open to all. They are held on Tuesdays 4-5 pm ... Refreshments are available from 3.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record2690

www.aberdeengeolsoc.org.uk

Visits to the Website1157
Open Lectures & TalksLectures usually fortnightly Thursday evenings. Normally paid-up members only, but 'you can pay when you come to your first lecture'.
Views of 'Full' Record2539

www.aberdeenphilatelic.org.uk

Visits to the Website1112
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are held on Thursday evenings at 7.30 pm, twice monthly, from September to April.'
Views of 'Full' Record1429

www.aberdeenscottishhellenicsociety.org.uk

Category:Greece
Visits to the Website1238
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society has currently 85 members. Its annual programme runs from October, usually with a Greek Evening in the form of a party. After a show of short films on Greece, Greek food and drinks are provided for members and the evening concludes with Greek music and dance. Subsequent meetings, usually in Room 10 New King's, University of Aberdeen, take the form of illustrated lectures. They are held at approximately monthly intervals and are followed by refreshments ...'
Views of 'Full' Record2050

www.abergavennysteam.co.uk

Category:Abergavenny
Visits to the Website1042
Open Lectures & Talks

'Our meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month starting at 8.00 pm ... Members [and those visiting our website] are encouraged to take every opportunity to interest fellow ferroequinologists in our society.'

Views of 'Full' Record1990

abergavennyas.org.uk

Visits to the Website920
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are open from 7 pm and the talks start promptly at 7.15 pm. Everyone welcome ... Come along and get a new perspective on the universe in which you live!'
Views of 'Full' Record1717

www.abergavennyfoodfestival.com

Visits to the Website1463
Open Lectures & TalksUsually held Mid September.
Views of 'Full' Record1171

abergavennylocalhistorysociety.btck.co.uk

Visits to the Website1192
Open Lectures & Talks'The society, formed in 1977, now has a membership of nearly 400. Lectures are held on a monthly basis usually on the third Thursday from September to May. If you are visiting the area you are welcome to attend any lecture. If you come more than once, please take out membership.'
Views of 'Full' Record3131

www.abergelecameraclub.co.uk

Visits to the Website958
Open Lectures & Talks

Usually meet fortnightly, Monday evenings: 'The meetings begin at 7.30 pm prompt unless otherwise stated ... All are welcome to come along for a couple of evenings to try us out before becoming a member ... Above all, we are a friendly, helpful club, open to both novice and experienced alike.'

Views of 'Full' Record2080

www.abertay.org.uk

Visits to the Website1159
Open Lectures & Talks

Monthly lectures, Wednesday evenings.

Views of 'Full' Record1739

www.abertay.ac.uk

Visits to the Website1390
Open Lectures & Talks'Events'.
Views of 'Full' Record1232

www.aberystwythcivicsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website884
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings take place every other month and are held on the second Wednesday of the month ... starting at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1154

www.aberystwythartscentre.co.uk/whatson/literature/

Category:Arts Centres
Visits to the Website1036
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional 'Literature' events.
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  7. Alcester
  8. Aldeburgh
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  10. Alnwick
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  12. Amber Valley
  13. Amersham
  14. Ammanford
  15. Andover
  16. Angus
  17. Anstruther
  18. Antrim Newtownabbey
  19. Antrim and Newtownabbey
  20. Appleby-in-Westmorland
  21. Ards
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  23. Argyll & Bute
  24. Armagh Banbridge Craigavon
  25. Armagh City
  26. Arnold
  27. Arun
  28. Arundel
  29. Ashbourne
  30. Ashby-de-la-Zouch
  31. Ashfield
  32. Ashford
  33. Ashford (Kent)
  34. Ashton-Under-Lyne
  35. Aylesbury
  36. Aylesbury Vale
  37. Aylsham
  38. Babergh
  39. Bakewell
  40. Ballymena
  41. Banbury
  42. Bangor
  43. Banstead
  44. Barking
  45. Barking & Dagenham
  46. Barnet
  47. Barnsley
  48. Barnstaple
  49. Barrow-In-Furness
  50. Barrow-in-Furness
  51. Basildon
  52. Basingstoke
  53. Basingstoke & Deane
  54. Bassetlaw
  55. Bath
  56. Bath & North East Somerset
  57. Beaconsfield
  58. Bebington
  59. Beccles
  60. Beckenham
  61. Bedford
  62. Berkhamsted
  63. Berwick-upon-Tweed
  64. Beverley
  65. Bexley
  66. Bicester
  67. Biggleswade
  68. Billericay
  69. Birmingham
  70. Bishop Auckland
  71. Bishop's Stortford
  72. Blackburn with Darwen
  73. Blackburn wth Darwen
  74. Blackpool
  75. Blaenau Gwent
  76. Bolsover
  77. Bolton
  78. Boston
  79. Bournemouth
  80. Bracknell Forest
  81. Bradford
  82. Braintree
  83. Breckland
  84. Brecon
  85. Brent
  86. Brent (London)
  87. Brentwood
  88. Bridgend
  89. Brighton & Hove
  90. Brighton and Hove
  91. Bristol
  92. Broadland
  93. Bromley
  94. Bromsgrove
  95. Broxbourne
  96. Broxtowe
  97. Buckingham
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  99. Bury
  100. Bury St Edmunds
  101. Buxton
  102. Caerphilly
  103. Calderdale
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  107. Canterbury
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  109. Carlisle
  110. Carmarthen
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  112. Carrickfergus Borough
  113. Castle Point
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  115. Central Bedfordshire
  116. Ceredigion
  117. Charnwood
  118. Chelmsford
  119. Cheltenham
  120. Cherwell
  121. Cheshire East
  122. Cheshire West
  123. Cheshire West & Chester
  124. Chester
  125. Chesterfield
  126. Chichester
  127. Chiltern
  128. Chorley
  129. Christchurch
  130. City of Aberdeen
  131. City of Belfast
  132. City of Dundee
  133. City of Edinburgh
  134. City of Glasgow
  135. City of London
  136. Clackmannanshire
  137. Clacton on Sea
  138. Colchester
  139. Coleraine
  140. Conwy
  141. Cookstown
  142. Copeland
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  144. Cornwall
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  146. County Durham
  147. County of Herefordshire
  148. Coventry
  149. Craigavon
  150. Craven
  151. Crawley
  152. Crediton
  153. Cromer
  154. Croydon
  155. Dacorum
  156. Darlington
  157. Dartford
  158. Daventry
  159. Denbighshire
  160. Derby
  161. Derbyshire Dales
  162. Derry
  163. Derry City
  164. Derry City Strabane
  165. Didcot
  166. Doncaster
  167. Dover
  168. Down District
  169. Dudley
  170. Dumfries
  171. Dumfries & Galloway
  172. Dundee City
  173. Dunfermline
  174. Dunstable
  175. Durham
  176. Ealing
  177. East Ayrshire
  178. East Cambridgeshire
  179. East Devon
  180. East Dorset
  181. East Dunbartonshire
  182. East Hamphire
  183. East Hampshire
  184. East Hertfordshire
  185. East Lindsey
  186. East Lothian
  187. East Northamptonshire
  188. East Renfrewshire
  189. East Riding of Yorkshire
  190. East Staffordshire
  191. Eastbourne
  192. Eastlegh
  193. Eastleigh
  194. Eden
  195. Edinburgh
  196. Elmbridge
  197. Ely
  198. Enfield
  199. Epping Forest
  200. Epsom & Ewell
  201. Erewash
  202. Evesham
  203. Exeter
  204. Exmouth
  205. Falkirk
  206. Fareham
  207. Farnham
  208. Fenland
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  210. Fermanagh Omagh
  211. Fife
  212. Flintshire
  213. Forest Heath
  214. Forest of Dean
  215. Fylde
  216. Galashiels
  217. Gateshead
  218. Gedling
  219. Gillingham (Kent)
  220. Glasgow
  221. Glossop
  222. Gloucester
  223. Gosport
  224. Grantham
  225. Gravesham
  226. Great Malvern
  227. Greenwich
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  229. Guildford
  230. Gwynedd
  231. Hackney
  232. Halton
  233. Hambleton
  234. Hammersmith & Fulham
  235. Hammersmith and Fulham
  236. Hampstead
  237. Harborough
  238. Haringey
  239. Harlow
  240. Harpenden
  241. Harrogate
  242. Harrow
  243. Hart
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  245. Hastings
  246. Hatfield
  247. Havant
  248. Havering
  249. Hay-on-Wye
  250. Haywards Heath
  251. Helensburgh
  252. Hereford
  253. Hertford
  254. Hertsmere
  255. High Peak
  256. Highland
  257. Hillingdon
  258. Hinckley & Bosworth
  259. Hinxton
  260. Horsham
  261. Hounslow
  262. Huddersfield
  263. Huntingdon
  264. Huntingdonshire
  265. Hyndburn
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  267. Ipswich
  268. Isle of Anglesey
  269. Isle of Islay
  270. Isle of Man
  271. Isle of Wight
  272. Islington
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  274. Kensington Chelsea
  275. Keswick
  276. Kettering
  277. King's Lynn
  278. Kings Lynn & West Norfolk
  279. Kingston upon Hull
  280. Kingston upon Thames
  281. Kingston-upon-Hull
  282. Kirklees
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  284. Lambeth
  285. Lancaster
  286. Larne
  287. Leatherhead
  288. Leeds
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  290. Leighton Buzzard
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  293. Lichfield
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  296. Lisburn City
  297. Liverpool
  298. Llanarthne
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  300. Ludlow
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  305. Maidstone
  306. Maldon
  307. Malvern Hills
  308. Manchester
  309. Mansfield
  310. Matlock
  311. Medway
  312. Melton
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  314. Mendip
  315. Merthyr Tydfil
  316. Merton
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  318. Mid East Antrim
  319. Mid Suffolk
  320. Mid Sussex
  321. Mid Ulster
  322. Middlesbrough
  323. Midlothian
  324. Milton Keynes
  325. Mole Valley
  326. Monmouthshire
  327. Moray
  328. Morpeth
  329. Na h-Eileanan an Iar
  330. Neath Port Talbot
  331. New Forest
  332. Newark & Sherwood
  333. Newcastle upon Tyne
  334. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  335. Newham
  336. Newport
  337. Newry Mourne Down
  338. Newton Abbot
  339. Newtownabbey
  340. North Ayrshire
  341. North Devon
  342. North Dorset
  343. North Down
  344. North East Derbyshire
  345. North East Lincolnshire
  346. North Hertfordshire
  347. North Kesteven
  348. North Lanarkshire
  349. North Lincolnshire
  350. North Norfolk
  351. North Somerset
  352. North Tyneside
  353. North Warwickshire
  354. North West Leicestershire
  355. Northampton
  356. Northumberland
  357. Norwich
  358. Nottingham
  359. Nuneaton & Bedworth
  360. Oadby & Wigston
  361. Oakham
  362. Oldham
  363. Olney
  364. Orkney
  365. Orkney Islands
  366. Ormskirk
  367. Oundle
  368. Oxford
  369. Pembrokeshire
  370. Pendle
  371. Penzance
  372. Perth
  373. Perth & Kinross
  374. Peterborough
  375. Plymouth
  376. Poole
  377. Portsmouth
  378. Powys
  379. Preston
  380. Purbeck
  381. Reading
  382. Redbridge
  383. Redcar & Cleveland
  384. Redditch
  385. Reigate
  386. Reigate & Banstead
  387. Renfrewshire
  388. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  389. Rhondda/Cynon/Taff
  390. Rhyl
  391. Ribble Valley
  392. Richmond upon Thames
  393. Richmond-upon-Thames
  394. Richmondshire
  395. Ripon
  396. Rochdale
  397. Rochford
  398. Ross-on-Wye
  399. Rossendale
  400. Rother
  401. Rotherham
  402. Rugby
  403. Runcorn
  404. Runnymede
  405. Rushcliffe
  406. Rushmoor
  407. Rutland
  408. Ryedale
  409. Salford
  410. Salisbury
  411. Sandwell
  412. Scarborough
  413. Scottish Borders
  414. Scunthorpe
  415. Sedgemoor
  416. Sefton
  417. Selby
  418. Sevenoaks
  419. Sheffield
  420. Shepway
  421. Sherborne
  422. Shetland Islands
  423. Shrewsbury
  424. Shropshire
  425. Skipton
  426. Slough
  427. Solihull
  428. South Ayrshire
  429. South Buckinghamshire
  430. South Bucks
  431. South Cambridgeshire
  432. South Derbyshire
  433. South Gloucestershire
  434. South Hams
  435. South Holland
  436. South Kesteven
  437. South Lakeland
  438. South Lanarkshire
  439. South Norfolk
  440. South Northamptonshire
  441. South Oxfordshire
  442. South Ribble
  443. South Somerset
  444. South Staffordshire
  445. South Tyneside
  446. Southampton
  447. Southend
  448. Southend-on-Sea
  449. Southwark
  450. Spelthorne
  451. St Albans
  452. St Andrews
  453. St Edmundsbury
  454. St Helens
  455. Stafford
  456. Staffordshire Moorlands
  457. Stevenage
  458. Stirling
  459. Stockport
  460. Stockton-on-Tees
  461. Stoke-on-Trent
  462. Strabane
  463. Stratford-on-Avon
  464. Stroud
  465. Suffolk Coastal
  466. Sunderland
  467. Surrey Heath
  468. Sutton
  469. Swale
  470. Swansea
  471. Swindon
  472. Tameside
  473. Tamworth
  474. Tandridge
  475. Taunton
  476. Taunton Deane
  477. Teignbridge
  478. Telford & Wrekin
  479. Tendring
  480. Test Valley
  481. Tewkesbury
  482. Thanet
  483. The City
  484. The Scottish Borders
  485. Thornbury
  486. Three Rivers
  487. Thurrock
  488. Tiverton
  489. Tonbridge & Malling
  490. Torbay
  491. Torfaen
  492. Torridge
  493. Tower Hamlets
  494. Trafford
  495. Truro
  496. Tunbridge Wells
  497. Uppingham
  498. Uttlesford
  499. Vale of Glamorgan
  500. Vale of White Horse
  501. Wadebridge
  502. Wakefield
  503. Walsall
  504. Waltham Forest
  505. Wandsworth
  506. Warrington
  507. Warwick
  508. Watford
  509. Waveney
  510. Waverley
  511. Wealdon
  512. Wellingborough
  513. Welwyn Garden City
  514. Welwyn Hatfield
  515. West Berkshire
  516. West Bridgford
  517. West Devon
  518. West Dorset
  519. West Lancashire
  520. West Lindsey
  521. West Lothian
  522. West Oxfordshire
  523. West Somerset
  524. Westminster
  525. Weston-Super-Mare
  526. Weymouth
  527. Weymouth & Portland
  528. Wigan
  529. Wilmslow
  530. Wiltshire
  531. Winchester
  532. Windsor
  533. Windsor & Maidenhead
  534. Wirral
  535. Woking
  536. Wokingham
  537. Wolverhampton
  538. Worcester
  539. Workington
  540. Worthing
  541. Woverhampton
  542. Wrexham
  543. Wychavon
  544. Wycombe
  545. Wyre
  546. Wyre Forest
  547. York
  548. York (City)