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Can feature details of lectures and talks about "Marga", one of the great "Later Arts & Crafts Movement" stained-glass artists, her main career being from 1910-1930. Her works can be seen in churches across three continents, and in museums in America.

Margaret Agnes Rope Project

'Founded in 1988 to celebrate the life and works of Margery Allingham, one of the four great "Queens of Crime" from the Golden Age of Detective Fiction. The aim of the Society is to bring together all those who share an interest in preserving, promoting and enjoying Margery Allingham’s literary work and reputation through meetings, social events, publishing and by continuing research into her life and writings. The Society meets regularly in London and elsewhere. It organises meetings with expert speakers to discuss aspects of the novels and related topics.'

Margery Allingham Society

'The Society continues to hold periodic meetings for debate, lectures, play- and poetry-readings, as well as organising theatre visits and outings to places of historic interest connected with Marlowe. These meetings are usually held four times a year somewhere in or near London - typically in February, May, August, and November.'

Marlowe Society, The

'The MRC organises and participates in a wide range of public and specialist events. These range from focused regional activities run by individual scientists to sponsorship of and involvement in national science festivals.'

Medical Research Council

'Offers lectures on medieval history on video. In recent years, universities are using Youtube and other video sharing services to release their lectures and conferences to the world. This growing trend is allowing medievalists to watch and learn about a wide variety of topics ...

Medievalists.net

''The Meridian Society promotes Chinese culture with the aim of fostering better understanding between people of Chinese origin and those from other ethnic backgrounds, both in the UK and worldwide ... We run a lively and diverse programme of events and activities to appeal to audiences of all ages, tastes and backgrounds, including people of Chinese origin who wish to learn more about their own cultural heritage, as well as members of the general public wishing to gain a deeper insight into China’s ancient civilisation and contemporary society. Regular activities include: talks on various aspects of Chinese culture ...'

Meridian Society, The

‘We are a society and charity of over 400 members whose interests cover all aspects of the Midland Railway. Members receive a high quality Journal three times a year and a newsletter four times a year. There are events throughout the year where members can socialize and learn more about the Midland Railway.’

Midland Railway Society

‘Our members’ interests cover a broad spectrum, in the UK and throughout the world, including industrial narrow gauge systems, the extensive world of preservation, and the growing area of miniature railways ... If you are fortunate enough to live near one of our active Area Groups you will be able to attend regular meetings, and all members are invited to join us on organised visits to places of interest, and our AGM.’

Narrow Gauge Railway Society

National Insect Week encourages people of all ages to learn more about insects. Every two years, the Royal Entomological Society organises the week, supported by a large number of partner organisations with interests in the science, natural history and conservation of insects.’ [2020]

National Insect Week
Also indexedRoyal Entomological Society

'Through an organised year-long programme of talks, outings, holidays and social events members make friends, learn more about the National Trust and its properties and support its work. There are now around 200 such groups in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as in Belgium.'

National Trust Support

'The society is currently organised into five regional branches, each covering its own area of the country. Associated with these branches are local District Associations, also known as DAs, who hold local meetings, usually monthly, to talk about growing vegetables. Often speakers are arranged to lecture on growing specific vegetables, such as onions, cauliflowers, tomatoes etc and other topics of interest to gardeners and growers. The speakers are specialist experts and the lectures are of value to both the expert and the novice vegetable grower.'

National Vegetable Society

‘There has never been a greater need for a new economy. The New Economics Foundation exists to make it happen. We’re rooted in real lives, workplaces and communities. We equip people with the tools they need to take action, now. Together we will build a new economy where people really take control.’

New Economics Foundation

’NLGN believes that local government, their partners, and the communities they lead, must undergo a profound cultural shift to embrace three core “changemaking” values of creativity, collaboration and self-determination. Only then will councils and citizens be able to generate the many innovations necessary to solve our biggest social problems.‘

New Local Government Network

Each of the seven UK Branches normally arranges a winter programme of lectures and related events.

Newcomen Society for the History of Engineering and Technology

‘Formed in 1961 to cater for all enthusiasts interested in the railways of north eastern England, the North Eastern Railway, the Hull & Barnsley Railway, from their successors, and also the smaller independent and industrial railways that operated alongside the main line system ... Meetings are held throughout the year at centres such as York, Darlington, Hull and London. A supporting programme of outdoor visits, walks and tours is also arranged.’

North Eastern Railway Association

'The NCS holds monthly meetings, usually – but not always – on the last Saturday of the month. We always have two lectures – one at 11.30 am and the other at 2.00 pm. Meetings are held in September, October and November and then we take a break for December and January (although those suffering from withdrawal symptoms can come to the Winter Weekend on the last weekend in January!) We resume in February to May. In the afternoon of the May meeting we hold our AGM, which is always followed by a Pot Session where members bring various ceramics for discussion. This is always a very interesting session. In June we have a Summer Visit to a museum, house or private collection.'

Northern Ceramic Society

'The Council holds an annual public lecture, usually in April or May (to coincide with the Forward Look seminar where topics of interest for future Council reports are discussed). Every year a guest speaker is invited to give an international perspective on a bioethics issue of their choice. Our public lectures are free to attend and open to anyone.'

Nuffield Council on Bioethics

'We provide a respected forum for debate and a platform for UK and international health leaders to discuss health care reform. Our Talks section spreads the learning from our events and wider programme of research ...

‘Whether your prime interest lies in past or present operations, company or route history and development, fleet changes or any other aspects, the Omnibus Society will keep you informed. Meetings of the Society are regularly addressed by leading figures from within the industry and we run visits to operators and manufacturers and longer study tours.’

Omnibus Society, The

‘OUGS is the largest Open University Society, with around sixteen hundred members. Membership is open to everyone interested in geology and other earth sciences, not just Open University students and staff. Our members include amateur fossil hunters, professional oil engineers, oceanographers and satellite imagery experts studying planetary geology.’

Open University Geological Society

'Find out when your favourite authors are going to be in town ... events for all authors in all regions.'

Orion Publishing Group

‘This is the pre-eminent society devoted to Orwell – and is open to all worldwide. The Society is a registered charity in the UK and aims to keep the study of Orwell alive through its educational activities.’

Orwell Society, The

ODI is an independent, global think tank, working for a sustainable and peaceful world in which every person thrives. Our vision is a sustainable and peaceful world in which every person thrives. We harness the power of evidence and ideas through research and partnership to confront challenges, develop solutions and create change.’

Overseas Development Institute
Pan Macmillan UK

Authors, Talks and Signings 'Your chance to meet, listen and talk to Penguin authors. Our events guide provides information about author appearances, including dates, times and venues.'

Combined list of topics and meeting details at the various venues: 'No academic or philosophical background is necessary, only a passion for enquiry. Just turn up and enjoy.'

Philosophy in Pubs

PhotoVoice’s vision is for a world in which everybody has the opportunity to represent themselves and tell their own story Our mission is promote the ethical use of photography for positive social change, through delivering innovative participatory photography projects. By working in partnership with organisations, communities, and individuals worldwide, we will build the skills and capacity of underrepresented or at risk communities, creating new tools of self-advocacy and communication.’

Access to details of the activities of about 40 Local Groups.

Plant Heritage
Also indexedNational Council for the Conservation of Plants and Gardens

'Come and see Pluto authors talk about their books and join the debate. Discounted books are guaranteed and there may even be sandwiches and a bit of wine ... Events are free to attend unless stated in the description.'

Pluto Press

Most Groups organize regular meetings at which 'a talk is given by some of the most inspirational people in the field of alternative living followed by light refreshments and the opportunity to socialise with like-minded people over a cuppa ...'.

Positive Living Group Network

'Regular all-day meetings held in London and the provinces.'

Postal History Society

‘Formed in 1993 ... Our aim is to encourage and assist anyone interested in tracing the history of Quaker families in the British Isles. We are based in Britain, so do not claim any expertise on the history of Quakers outside Britain. We are not a Quaker organisation and membership is open to anyone interested in the history of British or Irish Quakers.’

Quaker Family History Society

Apart from the activities of their Local (and Interest) Groups, organize the annual Clinker Lecture.

Railway & Canal Historical Society
Named Lectures & TalksClinker Lecture

‘The Society has 28 local branch centres where you can meet like minded enthusiasts and enjoy slide shows and lectures, improve your railway knowledge, add to your postcard and Colour Rail collections and take part in branch organised visits to railway installations. Society publications are available for sale at most branch meetings, many have other second hand books available for purchase at very attractive prices.‘

Railway Correspondence and Travel Society

Can organize lectures, talks and related events.

Rationalist Association

‘Taking as our guide the ideas of Raymond Williams, which he developed in his many and varied writings, we are a Charity whose trustees aim to continue his “Long Revolution”. The Raymond Williams Foundation (RWF) commitments are specifically within the sphere of Adult Education ... In a time when the liberal adult education which Williams knew and respected (summarised in his statement "I've often defined my own social purpose as the creation of an educated and participating democracy") is needed as much as ever, we will help sustain and extend that tradition supporting courses and disadvantaged students through grants and bursaries.’

Raymond Williams Foundation

‘One of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives. We also speak up for refugees using our direct work as an evidence base, and ensure refugees have a stronger and more influential voice in decisions that will affect them. We work with a range of partners and in collaboration to ensure we can best support our clients.’

Details of the latest Series of Lectures.

Reith Lectures, The

Lectures, talks and related events.

Richard III Society

'Riverfly Partnership (RP) events, talks and Angler's Monitoring Initiative (AMI) workshops are listed. Riverfly events and courses held by RP partner organisations are also listed.'

Riverfly Partnership, The
Also indexedSalmon and Trout Association

The Annual Public Lecture 'This initiative by the RES aims to bring the best communicators in the economics profession into contact with a wide public and to show the importance of top-quality economic research. Aimed principally at sixth form students of Economics but of interest to all, the Annual Public Lectures have become an established part of the senior school calendar.'

Royal Economic Society

'The RIBA has a wide and varied programme of events, exhibitions, talks and resources for everyone to enjoy, whether you are an architect or simply appreciate the buildings all around you.' Usually events are free but booking essential.

Royal Institute of British Architects, The
Also indexedRIBA

Occasional lectures can be open to non-members, with the annotation frequently something like: 'Registration is not required and non-members are welcome'.

Royal Institute of Navigation
Named Lectures & TalksAnderson Memorial Lecture | E G R Taylor Lecture

‘Since 1925 the Royal Institute has been dedicated to the advancement of philosophy. Each year we sponsor hundreds of free, open philosophy events, bring critical thinking to more than a thousand young people in schools, publish books, journals, and videos -- and much more ... Membership to the Institute is open to everyone.‘

Royal Institute of Philosophy

'We bring together scientists, policy makers and weather enthusiasts for lively, informed debates on weather-related issues. [The Society] organizes an annual programme of meetings in London and around the country.'

Royal Meteorological Society

Occasional lectures and talks alongside their more extended events.

Royal Musical Association, The

'The Royal Photographic Society is a unique Society that is ... open to everyone to join ... Membership is open to everyone interested in photography in the UK and throughout the world, be they amateur or professional, artist or scientist, young or old. Many members also join one or more of the specialist Groups within The Society. Events are also organised by local Regions or Chapters.'

Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, The

'We have a vibrant network of branches, which provide a service for local members by keeping them in touch and involved with our activities. Each branch arranges events of interest at local level ranging from meetings on professional matters, such as careers events, to social gatherings, such as fungal forays. These activities are a great way to develop professional contacts and to share interests.'

Royal Society of Biology

Runnymede is the UK's leading independent race equality think tank. We generate intelligence for a multi-ethnic Britain through research, network building, leading debate, and policy engagement.

'The Society is organised into seven branches, distributed throughout the UK, and Members are assigned to the Branch covering their area.'

'The mission of The Science Network (TSN) is to build an online science and society agora, or public square, dedicated to the discussion of issues at the intersection of science and social policy ...

Science Network, The

Exploring and expanding the frontiers of science, medicine and spirituality 'Local Groups are autonomous groups of members and their guests, meeting together for lectures and discussions. They are not a formal part of the Network.'

Scientific and Medical Network, The

Rnage of events including book launches, author talks, readings, etc.

Seren Books

‘Workers create all the wealth under capitalism. A new society can only be constructed when they collectively seize control of that wealth and plan its production and distribution according to need.’ Links to Branch and Public Meetings of some 80 Branches of the SWP throughout the UK.

Socialist Workers Party

List of meetings of the Society in London plus others elsewhere in the UK - often held in collaboration with local Branches of the Classical Association and other groups: 'Membership is open to all those interested in any aspect of Hellenic Studies.'

Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, The

Details of London meetings as well as of lectures hosted jointly with Classical Association local branches. Also, information about other lectures of general interest to members: 'Membership is open to all; no entrance fee or professional qualification is required.'

Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies

Organize the annual Douglas Johnson Memorial Lecture, plus occasional other lectures. Enquire about attendance.

Society for the Study of French History, The
Named Lectures & TalksDouglas Johnson Memorial Lecture

Most events organized are Conferences, but there are occasional open lectures listed - organized by the Society itself or by cognate bodies.

Society for the Study of Labour History

‘A professional body for Jungian analysts and psychotherapists.  It has four main activities: * training new analysts and psychotherapists; * registering and supporting members; * providing a low-fee clinic; * running events and conferences, both for professional clinicians and the public.’

Society of Analytical Psychology, The

Organize some evening events in London and also elsewhere in the UK which non-members of the Society might attend.

Society of Cosmetic Scientists

Has usually been held in late October/early November.

South Asian Literature Festival

List of forthcoming talks, classified as: Adventurers; Mountaineers; Polar Explorers; Sports & Endurance Athletes. Website gives details of when and where the organization's speakers will be giving talks.

Speakers from the Edge

‘Our Centres run a series of indoor meetings at regular venues over the Autumn, Winter, and Spring periods. This regular, winter series, of meetings is also generally open to guests and non-members. Where this is not the case it is stated in the Centre's listing. Our venues span the nation from Scotland to the south of England. Additionally there is a weekend event around the AGM and a selection of outdoor trips in the summer months. Other meetings have been occasionally held on an as required basis in Central London, Leicester, Bristol, Swindon and Weymouth.’

Stephenson Locomotive Society

'Sub Brit's activities include twice-yearly meetings with presentations from speakers and updates from members ... Membership is available to anyone who wishes to support the aims of the society and get more involved. Current members include many who are world experts in their chosen field.'

Subterranea Britannica

‘Its aim is to promote the British novelist and poet’s works for both education and enjoyment. It is for scholars, students, readers, enthusiasts and anyone with an interest in Thomas Hardy.’

Thomas Hardy Society, The

'The society has promoted meetings in various parts of the country, usually in cooperation with other organisations and organised exhibitions of Paine material, the first being in Lewes, the next in Nottingham. Others have been held in Cardiff, Leicester, London and Glasgow.'

Thomas Paine Society UK
Named Lectures & TalksEric Paine Memorial Lecture

‘Seminar groups are a great way to read Trollope. With so many novels to choose from they provide an excellent reason to read the lesser well known works, as well as to reread the favourites. Each seminar is lead by one of the members of the group, and everyone’s participation is welcomed.‘

Trollope Society, The

'The Society regularly mounts lectures and informal talks given by the world's leading experts on the painter; it organises out-of-hours viewings of important public exhibitions of his work, as well as visits to the Study Room at Tate Britain where the Bequest works on paper are held; and it arranges trips to see private collections that include works by Turner. In addition, it publishes a fine magazine which goes to all members of the Society three times a year, and it works tirelessly to deepen awareness of the range and power of Turner's astonishing genius.'

Turner Society, The

'We run a full programme of events to help people learn more about 20th century architecture. These events also help to raise general public awareness of important post-1914 buildings and fund our campaigning work ... We regularly offer illustrated lectures on 20th century architecture and design topics. These are informal events where members can meet over a glass of wine ... Many events are open to everyone, but Society members pay less and are able to book in advance.'

Twentieth Century Society, The

Parliament Talks: 'A series of regular, subject-specific events to be held around the UK ... Each event will feature a range of expert speakers who will explain and lead discussion on Parliament’s vital role in effectively scrutinising public policy and holding the Government to account. Attendees at Parliament Talks events will find out how the work of Parliament is particularly relevant to a specific subject or issue and the opportunities to engage with and influence the members and committees of the House of Commons and House of Lords.'

UK Parliament

'This page tells you about river-related events happening soon in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Ireland. Examples of things we like to include here: river festivals, beach cleans, hands-on fishing demonstrations, lectures or workshops on nature topics, campaigning events and protests related to rivers and related environmental issues ...'

Links to some details of over 60 Branches of the Association: 'In many areas UNA-UK members can join a local branch. These volunteer-run groups support our work by organising a diverse range of grass-roots activities. Ranging from speaker and fundraising events to film screenings and coffee mornings, these activities raise awareness and interest in the work of the United Nations at a local level across the country.'

United Nations Association of the UK
Also indexedUNA-UK

'The Vega Science Trust has created a broadcast platform for the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) communities, so enabling them to communicate on all aspects of their fields of expertise using exciting Internet opportunities.'

Vega Science Trust

'Contact details for the VAG affiliated groups and exchanging societies.'

Vernacular Architecture Group

'The Victorian Society organises a wide variety of events. They are publicised first to members in the "Blue Sheet" with our mailings in February, June and October. Some require booking, others you can just turn up on the day. When they are oversubscribed, a ballot is held, and members get first preference.'

Victorian Society

'Free and open access educational video lectures repository. The lectures are given by distinguished scholars and scientists at the most important and prominent events like conferences, summer schools, workshops and science promotional events from many fields of Science ...

VideoLectures.NET

‘Formed in June 1998 the Society is supported by an Executive Council of elected volunteers ... An Editorial Committee produces the Virginia Woolf Bulletin three times a year (January, May and September), as well as a number of other publications. Woolf-related events and talks, open to members only, are held throughout the year.’

Virginia Woolf Society of Great Britain

‘Inspired by a surge of interest in Walter de la Mare's work after a conference on his short stories organised by King's College, London, critical acclaim for the publication by Giles de la Mare Publishers of Walter de la Mare: Short Stories 1895-1926, a group of critics and aficionados formed a society to honour the memory of Walter de la Mare in 1997.’

Walter de la Mare Society, The

Frequent events at the stores throughout the UK.

Waterstones

‘Formed in 1980 to maintain interest in the period 1914-1918, to perpetuate the memory, courage and comradeship of those on all sides who served their countries in France and Flanders and their own countries during the Great War. It does not seek to glorify war and is non-political ... The Association supports a broad range of local WFA Branches in the United Kingdom, in other European countries, in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere. Many of our Branches produce their local newsletters; many arrange tours to the battlefields at reasonable prices, and all welcome new members warmly.’

Western Front Association

Occasional talks at one or another of their Centres.

Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) is widely recognised as one of the greatest voices of the First World War. His self-appointed task was to speak for the men in his care, to show the “Pity of War”. Owen's enduring and influential poetry is evidence of his bleak realism, his energy and indignation, his compassion and his great technical skill. The Wilfred Owen Association was formed in 1989 to commemorate Wilfred Owen's life and work.’

Wilfred Owen Association, The

‘The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation.  The Forum engages the foremost political, business and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas ... The Annual Meeting aims to be open and inclusive. Transparency and public inclusion are achieved through broad international media participation, televised sessions and webcasts, and through social media. The Annual Meeting achieves the greatest media impact compared to any annual event outside the world of sport.‘

World Economic Forum

'Although Branch membership is entirely optional, many members like the advantages of belonging to a local group of ship enthusiasts. If there is a branch of the Society near you, why not contact the branch secretary and make arrangements to attemd one of their monthly meetings ...'

World Ship Society

Poetry Gig Guide - Listings of poetry events and open mic sessions ...

Yale University Press, founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1908, first established a marketing base in London in 1961, before going on to publish its own list of titles, alongside the books produced by its US head office, in 1973. Yale now has a unique position as the only American university press with a full-scale publishing operation in Europe.’

Yale University Press

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  318. Newark-on-Trent
  319. Newbury
  320. Newcastle upon Tyne
  321. Newham
  322. Newport (Wales)
  323. Newquay
  324. Newry Mourne Down
  325. Newton Abbot
  326. Newton Stewart
  327. Newtown (Powys)
  328. North Ayrshire
  329. North Lanarkshire
  330. Northallerton
  331. Northampton
  332. Northwich
  333. Norwich
  334. Nottingham
  335. Nuneaton
  336. Oakham
  337. Oban
  338. Okehampton
  339. Oldham
  340. Olney
  341. Orkney
  342. Ormskirk
  343. Orpington
  344. Oswestry
  345. Otley
  346. Oundle
  347. Oxford
  348. Paignton
  349. Peebles
  350. Pembrokeshire
  351. Penrith
  352. Penzance
  353. Perth
  354. Peterborough
  355. Petersfield
  356. Pitlochry
  357. Plymouth
  358. Pontefract
  359. Poole
  360. Portsmouth
  361. Preston
  362. Prestwich
  363. Rayleigh
  364. Reading
  365. Redbridge
  366. Redcar
  367. Redditch
  368. Reigate
  369. Renfrewshire (CA)
  370. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  371. Rhyl
  372. Richmond (North Yorks)
  373. Richmond-upon-Thames
  374. Rickmansworth
  375. Ripon
  376. Rochdale
  377. Romsey
  378. Ross-on-Wye
  379. Rotherham
  380. Royal Leamington Spa
  381. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  382. Rugby
  383. Ruthin
  384. Sale
  385. Salford
  386. Salisbury
  387. Saltash
  388. Sandbach
  389. Scarborough
  390. Scunthorpe
  391. Selby
  392. Selly Oak
  393. Sevenoaks
  394. Sheffield
  395. Sherborne
  396. Shetland Islands
  397. Shrewsbury
  398. Sidmouth
  399. Skipton
  400. Solihull
  401. South Ayrshire
  402. South Lanarkshire
  403. South Shields
  404. Southampton
  405. Southend-on-Sea
  406. Southport
  407. Southwark
  408. Southwell
  409. Spalding
  410. St Albans
  411. St Andrews
  412. St Austell
  413. St Helens
  414. St Ives
  415. Stafford
  416. Staines-upon-Thames
  417. Stamford
  418. Stevenage
  419. Stirling
  420. Stockport
  421. Stockton-on-Tees
  422. Stoke-on-Trent
  423. Stow-on-the-Wold
  424. Stowmarket
  425. Stratford-on-Avon
  426. Stroud
  427. Sudbury
  428. Sunderland
  429. Sutton (London)
  430. Sutton Coldfield
  431. Swaffham
  432. Swanage
  433. Swansea
  434. Swindon
  435. Tamworth
  436. Taunton
  437. Tavistock
  438. Teignmouth
  439. Telford
  440. Tenterden
  441. Tewkesbury
  442. Thame (Oxon)
  443. Thornbury
  444. Tiverton
  445. Torfaen
  446. Torquay
  447. Totnes
  448. Towcester
  449. Tower Hamlets
  450. Trowbridge
  451. Truro
  452. Ullapool
  453. Ulverston
  454. Uppingham
  455. Vale of Glamorgan
  456. Wadebridge
  457. Wakefield
  458. Wallasey
  459. Wallsend
  460. Walsall
  461. Waltham Forest
  462. Walton-on-Thames
  463. Wandsworth
  464. Warrington
  465. Warwick
  466. Watford
  467. Wellingborough
  468. Wells (City)
  469. Welwyn Garden City
  470. West Bridgford
  471. West Bromwich
  472. West Lothian
  473. Westminster
  474. Weston-Super-Mare
  475. Wetherby
  476. Weymouth
  477. Whitchurch
  478. Whitehaven
  479. Wick (Highland)
  480. Wigan
  481. Wigston
  482. Wilmslow
  483. Wimborne Minster
  484. Winchester
  485. Windermere
  486. Windsor
  487. Wisbech
  488. Witney
  489. Woking
  490. Wolverhampton
  491. Woodbridge
  492. Worcester
  493. Workington
  494. Worksop
  495. Worthing
  496. Wrexham
  497. Yate
  498. Yeovil
  499. York (City)