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‘The core aims of Butterfly Conservation are to: * Recover threatened butterflies and moths; * Increase numbers of widespread species; * Inspire people to understand and deliver species conservation; * Promote international conservation actions ... We have more than 31,000 members in the UK and 32 volunteer-run Branches throughout the British Isles. We employ over 80 people, including many highly qualified scientists, making us the world's largest research institute for butterflies and moths. We operate 36 nature reserves and we are leading or involved in 73 landscape-scale projects to conserve habitats.‘

Butterfly Conservation

‘Celebrates the life and works of Lord George Gordon Byron (1788-1824), a poet, traveller and revolutionary. Based in London, but hosting events around the UK and abroad, the Byron Society brings together all those interested in the famous Romantic poet Lord Byron, whose controversial works and astonishing life have entranced readers for more than 200 years.‘

‘A place where, for the price of a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, anyone can come to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Meetings take place in cafes, bars, restaurants and even theatres, but always outside a traditional academic context.’

‘The largest and most supportive western calligraphy and lettering society in the world. It is based in the United Kingdom and has an extensive membership in Europe as well as many other countries. Whether you're just starting out in the wonderful craft of calligraphy, have more experience, or at the top of the profession, there is something in CLAS for you.’

Calligraphy & Lettering Arts Society

‘Launched in 2011 to promote social science to the UK Government and the wider public. We campaign for policies that support social science inquiry in the UK, such as the retention of large-scale longitudinal research programmes. We promote social science on social media and at events.’

Campaign for Social Science, The

‘Since 1973 we’ve worked to unearth and amplify the most vital, exciting voices we can find, wherever they come from, and we’ve published all kinds of books – thoughtful, upsetting, gripping, beatific, vulgar, chaste, unrepentant, life-changing ...’

‘Works nationally to support groups and individuals to investigate, care for, and enjoy burial grounds.‘

‘Founded in 1978 with the aim of bringing together all those interested in carnivorous plants, both beginners and experts. Membership is open to all individuals and institutions, both amateur and professional ... While the majority of animals feed directly upon plants "for tis their nature to”, there are plants which turn the tables and feed upon them.’

Carnivorous Plant Society, The

‘An association of sixteen universities and university colleges with Church foundations. It is the only grouping in the UK higher education landscape based on ethical principles informed by faith-based values. Members share a common faith heritage and a strong commitment to values such as social justice, respect for the individual and promoting the public good through our work with communities and charities.’

Cathedrals Group, The

'The Centre hosts events that help to explain our research and the situation those tackling poverty are working into. Our reports, evidence, publications and events are intended to educate and influence thinking amongst participants, readers and the wider public on the nature and causes of poverty, its relief and prevention, in order to improve understanding of the subject of social justice for the wider public benefit.'

Centre for Social Justice

‘An independent, non-profit making charity, established in 1973 to promote and encourage awareness of the Scottish architect and designer, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The Society has around 1000 members across the world with active affiliate groups arranging local events.’

Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society

Charles Williams is probably best known, to those who have heard of him, as a leading member (albeit for a short time) of the Oxford literary group, the "Inklings", whose chief figures were C. S.Lewis and J. R. R Tolkien. He was, however, a figure of enormous interest in his own right: a prolific author of plays, fantasy novels (strikingly different in kind from those of his friends), poetry, theology, biography and criticism.’

Charles Williams Society, The

Charlotte M. Yonge (1823–1901) was a best-selling author in her time. Her work was read and enjoyed on the battlefields of the Crimea and in quiet English country towns, and by noted Victorians as diverse as Gladstone, Tennyson and Rossetti. Her appeal, then and now, is due to the liveliness of her portrayal of character. Her books are peopled with large Victorian families, every member distinctly drawn and presented with insight and humour.’

Charlotte Mary Yonge Fellowship, The

’Founded in 1973 and formally launched at a conference in London in January 1976 as the Librarians’ Christian Fellowship, CLIS is an association of Christians working in libraries, information services and related fields.‘

Christians in Library and Information Services

‘An international network of those concerned with the relationship between science and Christian faith, open to scientists, teachers, students and all those with an interest in this dialogue. Although CiS is primarily a professional group, aimed at those working in science, a significant proportion of our members are not scientists, and we are happy to welcome into membership anyone with an interest in science and faith.’

Christians in Science

'Involved in a number of events – both fund raising events that we organise ourselves or when we attend other events.' Occasional lectures.

Community Action Nepal
Named Lectures & TalksDoug Scott Lectures

'The Contemporary Art Society membership programme offers various levels of engagement with contemporary art. It is devised for collectors, arts professionals, benefactors and enthusiasts throughout the UK who wish to support the organisation’s overall charitable aims ... Blood is our entry-point membership offering a programme of social events for those who are interested in developing their knowledge of contemporary art.'

Contemporary Art Society

'The Society has around 35 regional groups, some with as few as seven members and some with over 200. Most groups meet monthly and have talks in winter and visits to gardens and plant sales in spring and summer. Some have an annual charge, some charge a small fee for attending talks and some do both.'

Lectures, talks and related events, often annotated something like 'All Welcome (first come, first seated)'.

Council for Arab-British Understanding

‘An educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.’

Council for British Archaeology

‘The leading nationwide forum for Christian-Jewish engagement: * celebrating the history and diversity of both communities; * facilitating constructive dialogue; * enabling meaningful learning experiences; * providing opportunities for transformative change ... This engagement takes place in communities across UK through our branches as well as through our programmes.’ ALERT This Record originally featured just the ‘Manchester’ Branch of the Council.

Council of Christians and Jews

The CLA is the membership organisation for owners of land, property and businesses in rural England and Wales. We have been safeguarding the interests of landowners, and those with an economic, social and environmental interest in rural land for more than 100 years. We achieve our goals by being professional, relevant and forward-looking, and our successes in key areas give our members the security and certainty to invest in their land and business.’

Country Land & Business Association

‘Our Mission: to share the evidence for creation and expose the problems of evolution through DVDs, CDs, books, literature and seminars.’

Creation Resources Trust

‘Demos is a champion of people, ideas, and democracy. We bring people together. We bridge divides. We listen and we understand. We are practical about the problems we face, but endlessly optimistic and ambitious about our capacity, together, to overcome them.‘

‘The Fellowship is based in London, England, at the Charles Dickens Museum. There are 56 branches, located in the UK, the USA, Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, India, Japan, Italy, New Zealand, Scotland and the Netherlands. The Fellowship is governed by its Annual Conference, which all members are entitled to attend.‘

‘Formed to help its members enjoy, discuss and promote the works of Dorothy Dunnett and the historical periods in which they were set. The lively and companionable Society is based in Edinburgh, Scotland. We are run by volunteers, and have over 500 members in Scotland, England, Wales, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, New Zealand, South Africa, France and other countries.‘

‘The Society formed in 1985 to develop the interest in E.F.Benson; his famous characters Mapp and Lucia; his life and work; the work of his writing brothers, Arthur and Hugh Benson; his archaeologist sister, Maggie and his parents, Archbishop Edward White Benson and Mary Benson: altogether a very intriguing family.’

'Earthwatch events offer the opportunity to learn from scientists on the frontline of environmental action, about the issues that matter to the future of the planet, and how you can play a role in tackling them ... Our lectures, debates and open days are free, informative and good fun. You'll meet people who care about the environment and leave inspired.'

Earthwatch Institute (Europe)

'Exists to promote the study of ecclesiastical and canon law particularly in the Church of England and those churches in communion with it. Amongst its activities the Society puts on an exciting programme of conferences and lectures bringing together lawyers, clergy and others who are interested in the area.'

Ecclesiastical Law Society
Named Lectures & TalksLyndwood Lecture | Richard Hooker Lecture

Events: 'This page lists events organised both by the Ecclesiological Society and other Societies. In one way or another all events are related to churches, their furnishings and use. For events of other Societies, details have been extracted from their published programmes, and enquiries should be addressed to the organisation in question, not to us.'

Ecclesiological Society, The

Access to details of occasional lectures and talks open to the general public, including as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science.

Economic & Social Research Council
Also indexedESRC Festival of Social Science

Annual Tawney Lecture, usually as part of Annual Conference. Enquire about attendance.

Economic History Society
Named Lectures & TalksTawney Memorial Lecture

'The Education and Employers Taskforce and the Centre for Education and Industry at the University of Warwick have launched a research seminar programme in London ... All seminars are free. Lunch is provided. To register for a place please email ... '

Education and Employers Taskforce
Also indexedUniversity of Warwick | Centre for Education and Industry

Edward Thomas is widely regarded as a major poet and his posthumous influence on English poetry has been considerable. His poetry was all written during the last few years of his life, before this remarkable flowering of genius was cut short by death in action at the Battle of Arras. The poems remain as much alive now as when they were written, quietly yet surely capturing the essence of the English countryside which Edward Thomas knew through all his senses.’

'Most Society activities are organised throughout the year by the Society's regional branches. Most branches hold regular meetings, often with eminent speakers including leading biographers and conductors, as well as occasional weekend events such as visits and meetings with other music and record societies.'

Embroidery and textiles events and listings.

Explore Your Archive is a campaign delivered by the Archives and Records Association (UK & Ireland), with and on behalf of the archives and records sector, across the UK and Ireland ... The campaign aims to open the phenomenal archival collections held by organisations – public and private – across the UK and Ireland, whatever their size and scale, and wherever they are. There is no “theme” and there is no set date, though there is an annual launch week’ (usually Mid November).

Explore Your Archive
Also indexedArchives and Records Association (UK & Ireland)

Organize a wide range of events, including at the literary festivals.

’The Fabian Society is Britain’s oldest political think tank. Founded in 1884, the society has been at the forefront of developing political ideas and public policy on the left for over 130 years ... Fabian events run throughout the year and across the country from our flagship New Year and summer conferences, to policy roundtables, lectures and local Fabian Society meetings.’

'Regularly holds Workshops, Seminars and larger conferences on a number of issues related to UK, European and Global Governance.' Enquire about attendance.

'Recorded Music Societies are an integral but often unsung part of our musical fabric offering appreciation and understanding of music in stimulating and convivial company.' Links to details and often programmes of some 120 Societies, out of over 200 Societies as a whole active in the UK.

Federation of Recorded Music Societies

‘The national charity, here for anyone who has ever experienced fertility problems ... Our education project raises awareness of the importance of fertility education in protecting and maintaining future fertility and highlights some practical steps young people can take to help protect their future fertility. We work with the media to raise public awareness of all aspects of fertility issues, to highlight the need for equitable access to NHS fertility services and to promote the need for fertility education in order to protect and maintain future fertility.’

‘The Foreign Policy Centre holds events to engage the public in debates around key international affairs issues. These include seminars, conferences, keynote speeches and expert roundtables. The majority of events will take place in London but the FPC will work with partners to hold events in other UK Cities and internationally.‘

Foreign Policy Centre, The

'The Society provides an extensive programme of meetings in several locations, holds an annual Philatelic Weekend, publishes a well regarded and authoritative Journal and series of monographs, and operates two thriving exchange packets and an Auction. It is a friendly and informal group to which new members are always made most welcome.'

France & Colonies Philatelic Society (UK)

'Public events including a biennial FBC Lecture with high profile speakers, are advertised in the newsletter and on the website. We also work with other institutions to host a series of smaller Franco-British Partnership events, some of which are open to the public.'

Franco-British Council

'A non-partisan, centre-right, libertarian pressure group. We believe in the freedom of the individual in all aspects of life to as great an extent as possible. As such, we seek to challenge all erosion of civil liberties and campaign in support of individual liberty and freedom of expression.'

Freedom Association, The

'The society was established in 1984 by a group of collectors, museum curators, dealers, auction specialists and enthusiasts with the purpose of furthering the study and appreciation of French porcelain of all periods. We fulfil these aims with an active programme of lectures, symposia and visits to collections in England and abroad. We produce a scholarly journal and regular newsletters. The society is open to all.'

French Porcelain Society, The

The Gaskell Society has UK regional branches in Manchester; Knutsford; London & South East, and the South West of England. We host several events a year, including meetings, trips and socials, which you can read about in our events calendar. We host a national conference every two years.‘

'Our member organisations carry out geological fieldwork and practical conservation projects; they give guided walks and public talks; they stage rock and fossil roadshows in the community and day workshops for schools; they publish landscape trail guides and educational resources, and do much else besides.'

Details of meetings at the Society's various Regional and Study Groups.

Germany & Colonies Philatelic Society

'We hold events several times a month to create and expand engagement in the public square between citizens as well as corporations, government and NGOs where there is a common concern for the sustainability of both our planet and the people on it and to use social networking to enhance democratic discussion. We continue to do this with online discussion, regular well-attended public meetings and ...

GlobalNet21
Also indexed21st Century Network

'In 2014 the 20th Graham Fraser Memorial Lecture was the last to be held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London. From 2015 the lectures will be hosted by the British Cochlear Implant Group within their annual conference to facilitate attendance by cochlear implant professionals nationwide.'

Graham Fraser Foundation, The

Upcoming Events! 'For each issue we hold a series of events, from launch parties, exhibitions and dramatized readings to panel discussions with the magazine's writers and editors ...'

'This Events Calendar lists China-related events taking place around the country.' ALERT At Review, could not locate an ‘Events Calendar’ as such.

Great Britain China Centre

‘The Great Central Railway Society (GCRS) exists to promote an historical interest in the Great Central Railway (GCR) which existed until the Grouping of 1923 when it became part of the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER). We are often confused with the heritage railway operation at Loughborough which is called The Great Central Railway.’ Amongst its Aims the Society ‘arranges meetings for all members twice a year - the AGM in April/May and an Autumn meeting in October’.

Great Central Railway Society

‘We are responsible for our impact on God’s creation as a whole. Green Christian helps members to understand and relate these responsibilities to their faith. Members can then encourage others in their local church to think seriously about these issues. Green Christian was formed in 1981, and formally constituted in 1982 and supports Christians from all backgrounds and traditions.‘

‘A hub for inspirational career advice from the very best in film, games and television’.

Guru: Inspiring Minds in Film, TV and Games

Founded 1960: ‘The Society organises a weekend conference each year where aspects of Wells’s life and work are discussed in a congenial atmosphere’.

'Hamlyn Lectures are normally delivered in the autumn and the annual Hamlyn Seminar, which marks the publication of the lecture, is usually held in London in the following spring.'

Hamlyn Lectures, The
Also indexedUniversity of Exeter Law School

Regular lectures, debates, discussion, etc - often in collaboration with other bodies.

'Each year the society organises several national events, all hosted by a local group, which are open to members. These vary from study days on specific hardy plant genera to a Summer Gardens day, usually held in June or July and either an Autumn Weekend of Garden visits or a late Summer study day. These events give members the opportunity to meet fellow enthusiasts from other parts of the country, to learn about specific plant families and to visit gardens that are not generally open to the public.'

‘The Society organises two meetings annually. An autumn meeting (at which the Annual General Meeting takes place) is held in October in North Devon with Henry Williamson’s Field and Writing Hut a major focus. The Spring meeting is based in other areas with a particular Williamson connection, for example, the Lewisham area of London, north Norfolk, Bedfordshire, etc ... Smaller local meetings are encouraged and draw considerable support.’

Henry Williamson Society, The

You can search for events in a particular region or organized by a specific HA Branch: 'There are over 50 Branches of The Historical Association throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, offering a broad range of lectures, seminars, events and visits.' Most events are for Association members, but there are occasional 'public' offerings.

'Has a number of Area Groups operating in various parts of the UK that hold events throughout the year. These may be talks, demonstrations, visits or just social occasions and offer an excellent method of getting to know HMRS members and finding out more about the Society. Being an educational charity, all the meetings are open without charge to visitors; so come along, introduce yourself and find what we can offer you.'

Historical Model Railway Society

'History & Policy works for better public policy through an understanding of history by connecting historians, policy makers and the media. We believe study of the past can offer important lessons for the 21st century. We are the only project in the UK providing access to an international network of almost 400 historians with a broad range of expertise. H&P offers a range of resources for historians, policy makers and journalists. These include policy papers and opinion pieces.'

History & Policy
Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge | Institute of Historical Research | London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Festival and bookshop talks, book launches, etc.

Hodder & Stoughton

‘Founded in 1973 and exists to promote knowledge and appreciation of the lives and works of A.E. Housman and other members of his family ... The Society also promotes the causes of literature and poetry in general. It produces an annual Journal and Newsletter, and organises Events such as discussions, visits and poetry readings ... It sponsors an annual lecture under the title “The Name and Nature of Poetry” at the Hay Festival of Literature in May/June each year.’

Frequent book launch events.

‘We are a global counter-extremism organisation dedicated to powering new generations against hate and extremism ... We have responded to the rising challenge of extremist movements and the ideologies that underpin them, delivering cutting-edge programmes built from world-leading expertise in communications and technology, grassroots networks, knowledge and research, and policy advice.’

Institute for Strategic Dialogue

‘The IAI seeks to challenge the notion that our present accepted wisdom is the truth. It aims to uncover the flaws and limitations in our current thinking in search of alternative and better ways to hold the world. The IAI was founded in 2008 with the aim of rescuing philosophy from technical debates about the meaning of words and returning it to big ideas and putting them at the centre of culture. Not in aid of a more refined cultural life, but as an urgent call to rethink where we are.’

Institute of Art & Ideas

'Branches are important in helping the Institute meet its charitable objectives, but they also provide networking opportunities for members. Established branches regularly hold talks by respected mathematicians, usually without charge, which are open to members and non-members.'

Institute of Mathematics & its Applications

‘Physics is part of our culture. Our public engagement activities share the joy of contemporary physics, highlighting its impact on society and the opportunities it provides for all. Whether you are a physicist looking to develop your public engagement skills by taking part in one of our activities or a public engagement practitioner looking to run an event, use the resources below to help share your passion for physics with public audiences.’

Institute of Physics

Occasional lectures open to the public, including in the UK regional branches (see the Section Near You).

Institution of Civil Engineers
Named Lectures & TalksSir Bernard Crossland Lecture

Wide range of lectures at national or local level, including The IET Prestige Lecture Series: 'Attending an IET Lecture is your opportunity to see the future of engineering. IET Lectures are free to attend ... All Network events are open to the public and most are free of charge.'

Institution of Engineering and Technology
Named Lectures & TalksAppleton Lecture | Kelvin Lecture | Clerk Maxwell Lecture | Mountbatten Lecture | Nuffield / Mensforth Lecture | Sir Henry Royce Memorial Lecture | Turing Lecture

Organize occasional lectures open to non-members.

Institution of Structural Engineers
Named Lectures & TalksJames Sutherland Lecture | Maitland Lecture

Access to regional and local listings of inter faith bodies, with occasional open lectures and talks listed.

Inter Faith Network for the UK, The

‘The IASA exists to promote research relating to the Arabian Peninsula and, in particular, its archaeology, history, epigraphy, languages, literature, art, culture, ethnography, geography, geology and natural history. It does this by: – awarding research grants; – producing its own publications and supporting others; – disseminating news of new research and events connected with Arabia; – organizing lectures and conferences, in particular the annual Seminar for Arabian Studies.’

International Association for the Study of Arabia
Also indexedBritish Foundation for the Study of Arabia

‘A futures organisation focussed on some of the biggest challenges facing Government and society in the context of demographic change. We ask difficult questions and present new solutions to the challenges and opportunities of ageing. We undertake research and policy analysis and create a forum for debate and action. We also host an annual Future of Ageing Conference to assemble representatives from Government, business, academia and civil society to discuss how the UK can meet the challenges and the opportunities of a rapidly ageing society.’ Also organize several events each year in various parts of the UK.

International Longevity Centre - UK

Usually held in the Spring.

Islam Awareness Week
Also indexedIslamic Society of Britain

Ivor Gurney (1890-1937) is regarded as one of the greatest composers of English art-song of the twentieth century and one of the most significant poets of the First World War. His Collected Poems were published in 1982, edited by P. J.Kavanagh and many of his poems are included in anthologies, including the Oxford Book of English Verse ... The Ivor Gurney Society was founded in 1995 to promote interest and scholarship in and around the life and work of the Gloucester composer-poet ... The Ivor Gurney Trust’s primary role is to advise and support those involved in research of the life and works of Ivor Gurney. In this regard, the Trust can authorise the use of archival materials held in the Ivor Gurney Collection at the Gloucestershire Archives for the purpose of academic research, publication and performance.’

Aims of the Society include 'to hold lectures, seminars or other events, and to exhibit films or video-cassettes either separately or in conjunction with such events'.

J.B. Priestley Society, The

Events of the Society and related events elsewhere: 'The Society organises three events during the course of the year ...  Society members are given initial priority for each of these events, although non-members are welcome to attend.' Alert Please especially note that some Branches of the Jane Austen Society 'may wish for prior joining' before you are allowed to attend one of their Events. Carefully check the Website of the relevant Branch for details - or contact the Headquarters of the Society, via the e-mail address shown on the Website cited in this Record, if you need any further help.

'Through regional groups, The Japanese Garden Society meets at various UK locations throughout the year. Meetings vary from informal evening lectures to weekend events, with exhibits from members representing both amateur and professional sectors ... Currently we have Regional groups in the: Southeast; Southwest; Northwest; Midlands; Yorkshire and Humber.'

Japanese Garden Society, The
Named Lectures & TalksMaureen Busby Lecture

‘Founded in March 1992 for beginners and experienced researchers: * To help one another to learn and discover more about genealogy; * To encourage genealogical research; * To promote the preservation of Jewish genealogical records and resources; * To share information amongst members. The Society is open to all interested in Jewish genealogy and is constituted on a secular basis.’

Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain

'Knowledgeable speakers deliver talks on Jewish history for each branch of the Society. A small entrance fee may be charged to cover light refreshments either before or after the talk, to which both members of the Society and non-members are invited to attend.'

Jewish Historical Society of England

Occasional talks listed in the (Local) Events section: 'The John Muir Trust has an active member network, with groups across the UK. You are welcome to come along to the local events organised by these groups. Contact your local group to see how you can get involved.'

John Muir Trust for Wild Land & Wild Places

'Our events bring together organisations and experts from across government, independent and voluntary sectors, along with service users ... The majority of our events are invitation only, but please contact us if there is an upcoming event you would like to attend.' (Some events are organized with other organizations (e.g. LSE) and attendance arrangements can then be more open.)

Joseph Rowntree Foundation

JUSTICE is an all-party law reform and human rights organisation working to strengthen the justice system – administrative, civil and criminal – in the United Kingdom. We are a membership organisation, primarily of the legal profession, comprising barristers, solicitors, legal executives, academic lawyers, law students and interested non-lawyers. We work on an all-party basis, seeking to inform debate, frame issues and influence decision-makers from across the political spectrum.’

JUSTICE
Also indexedTom Sargant Memorial Lecture

'We publish an annual Katherine Mansfield Studies yearbook, sent free to all members, organise an annual birthday lecture ... and run conferences promoting new scholarship on KM.'

Katherine Mansfield Society

'Organizes a series of occasional indoor lectures in the winter.'

Katherine Swynford Society, The

'Labour Heritage produces regular Bulletins, organises conferences and other events, and sponsors publications. We liaise with other history groups and our particular focus is on local Labour history ... Labour Heritage individual membership is open to people interested in Labour history, whether or not they are members of the Labour Party.'

‘Founded in 1969 to bring together people with an interest in Charles Dodgson, to promote interest in his life and works, and to encourage research. The Society has an international membership of scholars, writers, collectors and enthusiasts who simply enjoy reading the books. We are particularly popular with students and people who have heard a little about Lewis Carroll and want to find out more.’

Lewis Carroll Society, The

Monthly calendar of Meetings of the Association's regional/area groups, and of those of related societies.

Light Rail Transit Association
Also indexedTramway & Light Railway Society

'Society Meetings are held at least five times during the year, including the Annual General Meeting of the Society which takes place each November. Meetings include formal business of the Society such as elections and admissions, as well as lectures intended for a broad mathematical audience. The London Mathematical Society Popular Lectures present exciting topics in mathematics (and its applications) to a wide audience. Each year, the LMS Popular Lectures feature two lecturers, who have been chosen for their mathematical distinction. Usually, there is one pure mathematician and one applied mathematician. The lectures are suitable for all who have an interest in mathematics ... The Popular Lectures is a free annual event held during either June or July in London and repeated in late September at one other UK venue; for the past few years, this has been Birmingham University.'

London Mathematical Society

‘Established in 1954, the Mammal Society is a charity advocating science-led mammal conservation, leading efforts to collect and share information on mammals, encourage research to learn more about their ecology, distribution and contribute meaningfully to efforts to conserve them.‘

‘The Manifesto Club is at the forefront of challenging the hyper-regulation of public spaces. We produce cutting-edge research, change policy, and work at the front-line to defend those whose liberties have been affected. We take on vetting, speech codes, leafleting bans, PSPOs, on-the-spot fines, and other key erosion of public freedoms. We work with homeless people, buskers, young people, dog walkers, defending them against draconian powers and busybodies.’

Manifesto Club for Freedom in Everyday Life

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  152. Dumfries
  153. Dundee City
  154. Dunfermline
  155. Dunstable
  156. Durham
  157. Ealing
  158. East Ayrshire
  159. East Dunbartonshire
  160. East Lothian
  161. East Renfrewshire
  162. Eastbourne
  163. Ellesmere Port
  164. Ely
  165. Enfield
  166. Evesham
  167. Exeter
  168. Exmouth
  169. Fakenham
  170. Falkirk
  171. Falmouth
  172. Fareham
  173. Farnborough
  174. Farnham
  175. Felixstowe
  176. Fermanagh Omagh
  177. Flintshire
  178. Folkestone
  179. Fort William
  180. Framlingham
  181. Frome
  182. Gainsborough
  183. Galashiels
  184. Gateshead
  185. Gillingham (Dorset)
  186. Gillingham (Kent)
  187. Glossop
  188. Gloucester
  189. Godalming
  190. Goole
  191. Gosport
  192. Grantham
  193. Gravesend
  194. Grays
  195. Great Malvern
  196. Greenwich
  197. Grimsby
  198. Guildford
  199. Gwynedd
  200. Hackney
  201. Halesworth
  202. Halifax
  203. Hammersmith Fulham
  204. Hampstead
  205. Haringey
  206. Harlow
  207. Harpenden
  208. Harrogate
  209. Harrow
  210. Hartlepool
  211. Haslemere
  212. Hastings
  213. Hatfield
  214. Havant
  215. Haverhill
  216. Havering
  217. Hawick
  218. Hay-on-Wye
  219. Haywards Heath
  220. Hebden Bridge
  221. Helensburgh
  222. Hemel Hempstead
  223. Henley-on-Thames
  224. Hereford
  225. Hertford
  226. Hexham
  227. High Wycombe
  228. Hillingdon
  229. Hinckley
  230. Hitchin
  231. Holborn
  232. Horncastle
  233. Horsham
  234. Hounslow
  235. Hoylake
  236. Huddersfield
  237. Huntingdon
  238. Ilkeston
  239. Ilkley
  240. Inverclyde
  241. Inverness
  242. Ipswich
  243. Isle of Anglesey
  244. Isle of Islay
  245. Isle of Man
  246. Isle of Skye
  247. Isle of Wight
  248. Islington
  249. Keighley
  250. Kelso
  251. Kendal
  252. Kensington Chelsea
  253. Keswick
  254. Kettering
  255. Kidderminster
  256. Kingston upon Hull
  257. Kingston-upon-Thames
  258. King’s Lynn
  259. Kirkcaldy
  260. Lambeth
  261. Lancaster
  262. Launceston
  263. Leatherhead
  264. Ledbury
  265. Leeds
  266. Leek
  267. Leicester
  268. Leighton Buzzard
  269. Leominster
  270. Letchworth Garden City
  271. Lewes
  272. Lewisham
  273. Lichfield
  274. Lincoln
  275. Lisburn Castlereagh
  276. Liskeard
  277. Liverpool
  278. Llandrindod Wells
  279. Llanelli
  280. Llangollen
  281. Long Eaton
  282. Loughborough
  283. Louth
  284. Lowestoft
  285. Ludlow
  286. Luton
  287. Lydney
  288. Lyme Regis
  289. Lymington
  290. Lytham St Annes
  291. Macclesfield
  292. Maidenhead
  293. Maidstone
  294. Malmesbury
  295. Malton
  296. Manchester
  297. Mansfield
  298. March
  299. Market Harborough
  300. Marlborough
  301. Marlow
  302. Marple
  303. Matlock
  304. Melbourne
  305. Melton Mowbray
  306. Merthyr Tydfil
  307. Merton
  308. Mid East Antrim
  309. Mid Ulster
  310. Middlesbrough
  311. Midlothian
  312. Milton Keynes
  313. Minehead
  314. Monmouth
  315. Moray
  316. Morley
  317. Morpeth
  318. Neath Port Talbot
  319. Newark-on-Trent
  320. Newbury
  321. Newcastle upon Tyne
  322. Newham
  323. Newport (Wales)
  324. Newquay
  325. Newry Mourne Down
  326. Newton Abbot
  327. Newton Stewart
  328. Newtown (Powys)
  329. North Ayrshire
  330. North Lanarkshire
  331. Northallerton
  332. Northampton
  333. Northwich
  334. Norwich
  335. Nottingham
  336. Nuneaton
  337. Oakham
  338. Oban
  339. Okehampton
  340. Oldham
  341. Olney
  342. Orkney
  343. Ormskirk
  344. Orpington
  345. Oswestry
  346. Otley
  347. Oundle
  348. Oxford
  349. Paignton
  350. Peebles
  351. Pembrokeshire
  352. Penrith
  353. Penzance
  354. Perth
  355. Peterborough
  356. Petersfield
  357. Pitlochry
  358. Plymouth
  359. Pontefract
  360. Poole
  361. Portsmouth
  362. Preston
  363. Prestwich
  364. Rayleigh
  365. Reading
  366. Redbridge
  367. Redcar
  368. Redditch
  369. Reigate
  370. Renfrewshire (CA)
  371. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  372. Rhyl
  373. Richmond (North Yorks)
  374. Richmond-upon-Thames
  375. Rickmansworth
  376. Ripon
  377. Rochdale
  378. Romsey
  379. Ross-on-Wye
  380. Rotherham
  381. Royal Leamington Spa
  382. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  383. Rugby
  384. Ruthin
  385. Sale
  386. Salford
  387. Salisbury
  388. Saltash
  389. Sandbach
  390. Scarborough
  391. Scunthorpe
  392. Selby
  393. Selly Oak
  394. Sevenoaks
  395. Sheffield
  396. Sherborne
  397. Shetland Islands
  398. Shrewsbury
  399. Sidmouth
  400. Skipton
  401. Solihull
  402. South Ayrshire
  403. South Lanarkshire
  404. South Shields
  405. Southampton
  406. Southend-on-Sea
  407. Southport
  408. Southwark
  409. Southwell
  410. Spalding
  411. St Albans
  412. St Andrews
  413. St Austell
  414. St Helens
  415. St Ives
  416. Stafford
  417. Staines-upon-Thames
  418. Stamford
  419. Stevenage
  420. Stirling
  421. Stockport
  422. Stockton-on-Tees
  423. Stoke-on-Trent
  424. Stow-on-the-Wold
  425. Stowmarket
  426. Stratford-on-Avon
  427. Stroud
  428. Sudbury
  429. Sunderland
  430. Sutton (London)
  431. Sutton Coldfield
  432. Swaffham
  433. Swanage
  434. Swansea
  435. Swindon
  436. Tamworth
  437. Taunton
  438. Tavistock
  439. Teignmouth
  440. Telford
  441. Tenterden
  442. Tewkesbury
  443. Thame (Oxon)
  444. Thornbury
  445. Tiverton
  446. Torfaen
  447. Torquay
  448. Totnes
  449. Towcester
  450. Tower Hamlets
  451. Trowbridge
  452. Truro
  453. Ullapool
  454. Ulverston
  455. Uppingham
  456. Vale of Glamorgan
  457. Wadebridge
  458. Wakefield
  459. Wallasey
  460. Wallsend
  461. Walsall
  462. Waltham Forest
  463. Walton-on-Thames
  464. Wandsworth
  465. Warrington
  466. Warwick
  467. Watford
  468. Wellingborough
  469. Wells (City)
  470. Welwyn Garden City
  471. West Bridgford
  472. West Bromwich
  473. West Lothian
  474. Westminster
  475. Weston-Super-Mare
  476. Wetherby
  477. Weymouth
  478. Whitchurch
  479. Whitehaven
  480. Wick (Highland)
  481. Wigan
  482. Wigston
  483. Wilmslow
  484. Wimborne Minster
  485. Winchester
  486. Windermere
  487. Windsor
  488. Wisbech
  489. Witney
  490. Woking
  491. Wolverhampton
  492. Woodbridge
  493. Worcester
  494. Workington
  495. Worksop
  496. Worthing
  497. Wrexham
  498. Yate
  499. Yeovil
  500. York (City)