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'Meetings are on Thursdays at 7.30 pm, from September to May ... If you are interested, please come along. There is no obligation to join straight away.'

Bradford Photographic Society

Meet 'at 7.30 pm on alternate Wednesdays ... Usually 30-or-so members are in attendance for each meeting, which may comprise a slide or film show, quiz or discussion'.

Category Railway History
Bradford Railway Circle

'Monthly programme of meetings from October to April provides an opportunity for everyone with an interest in textiles to meet and discuss a range of textile-related topics with an invited speaker.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Bradford Textile Society

'Meetings are held on the third Monday of each month ... starting at 8 pm.'

Bramcote History Group

'Bramhall Photographic Society is a long established association meeting weekly (Monday evenings, 7.45 pm - 10.00 pm) September to June for a varied programme of talks, competitions and demonstrations.'

Bramhall Photographic Society
Branscombe Project

'From outdoor theatre for all the family to lectures on art and literature, from concerts in the drawing room to our annual craft fair, there is something for everyone to enjoy.'

Brantwood
Also indexedJohn Ruskin

'There are monthly meetings (except August and December) on Tuesday evenings, beginning at 8.15 pm.'

Braughing Local History Society

'Meets at 7.30 every Monday evening ... during the winter season. Anyone with an interest in photography is welcome, whatever their level or ability ... The winter programme consists of a mixture of talks, presentations and competitions. We invite guest speakers to the Club on a regular basis and also tap the rich resource of our own members. All the Club members are friendly people and very willing to share their photographic knowledge.'

Braunton Camera Club

'Provides a forum for talks and discussions of a wide-ranging cultural and topical nature ... Everyone is welcome - membership is by no means restricted to residents of Bray.' ALERT At Review, unable to discover a current programme of lectures for The Bray Society.

Bray Society, The
Bream Gardening Society
Breckland Astronomical Society

'Our monthly meetings are open to the public and are normally held at 2.00 pm ... on the first Wednesday of the month. Entry is free to members, while non-members pay a nominal entry fee of £1.00.'

Breconshire Local & Family History Society

Talks and book-signings, usually mid-week evenings. ALERT Website inaccessible at Review; replaced Link with Facebook Page.

Category Bookshops
Brendon Books & Maps

'Brent Museum has been collecting material about the history of Brent for over 50 years and we have over 10,000 objects in our collection. We have items which are thousands of years old but we also collect from the people living and working in Brent today so that our collection represent all communities, past and present. From oil paintings to toys and flapper dresses to tool boxes we collect objects which tell all of the fascinating stories of Brent and its people ... Over 400 objects from the museum collection can be viewed in Brent Museum’s permanent gallery in Willesden Green. This gallery tells the story of Brent from prehistory all the way through to the present day.'

Brent Museum
Also indexedBrent Council
Brentford & Chiswick Local History Society

ALERT No forthcoming meetings of this Society discovered at Review.

Brentwood & District Historical Society

'The Society holds monthly meetings in September, October, November, January, February, March and April, generally on the last Monday of the month. The meetings start at 8 pm.'

Bridge of Weir History Society

Meetings 'take place at 7.30 pm on the 2nd Friday of each month between September and May and are usually given by lecturers from Cardiff or Swansea Universities and members of other Welsh astronomical societies. Almost every conceivable astronomical topic is covered'.

Bridgend Astronomical Society

'We meet on the second Wednesday of each month from September to April at 7.00 pm ... Visitors welcome - fee of £1 each per meeting.'

Bridgend Local History Society
Bridgend Philatelic Society

'During the winter, the Society holds monthly lectures of historical interest ... commencing 7.30 pm.'

Bridgnorth & District Historical Society
Also indexedNorthgate Museum

'A programme of talks, often illustrated, is arranged for members in Winter, Autumn and Spring months each year, and visits are made in Summer months to other towns, villages or places of interest. Members of the public are always welcomed to attend such events, with the request made for a small donation to support the Society's voluntary work.' ALERT At Review, Website not found; cf Facebook Page.

Bridgwater & District Civic Society, The

'We meet every 2nd Wed in the month, from Sept until June ... Meetings are from 7.30 to 9 pm. The main talk or subject of the evening starts at around 7.45 to 8 pm.'

Bridgwater Astronomical Society

'Blake Museum is a 16th century house located in the heart of Bridgwater, a historic market town and port, first mentioned as Brugie in the Domesday Book of 1086. The Museum was first opened to the public in 1926 and it is said that Robert Blake, the town's most famous citizen, was born in the house in 1598. Blake Museum is the local museum for archaeology and history of Bridgwater.' Annual programme of talks organized by The Friends of Blake Museum.

Bridgwater Museum
Also indexedBlake Museum

Offer a range of lectures, talks and related events, including Bridport Open Book: 'Bridport Open Book is our banner to promote and support reading, writing and literature'.

Category Arts Centres
Bridport Arts Centre

'We meet fortnightly from September to April ... Our meetings are structured around visiting speakers, competition nights, members nights, and joint meetings with other local clubs. We also organise education sessions covering some of the basics. Members are only too willing to pass on their skills ...'

Bridport Camera Club
Bridport Literary Festival

Friends of Bridport Museum 'We hold an array of activities and events. There are usually three to four public events each year, an excursion to a stately home, museum or other places of interest, a Christmas Party and there is also the chance to work behind the scenes in the Museum.'

Bridport Museum

'All the talks are held ... usually on the first Tuesday of the month, from 8.00 pm.' ALERT At Review, Website not accessible; so replaced the Link, at least pro tem.

Brigg Amateur Social Historians

'We have a calendar of meetings starting with our monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month from October to April. We invite speakers to talk on a wide variety of Earth Science topics ... please feel free to come to our meetings as a guest ...'

Brighton & Hove Geological Society

Evening meetings, usually second Monday of the month at 7.30 pm. ALERT At Revew, no forthcoming meetings of the Society found.

Brighton & Hove Philatelic Society

'During the winter there are six indoor meetings with talks, discussion and plenty of tea, coffee and good company.'

Brighton & Lewes Beekeepers

'During the Winter months we have a varied lecture programme on a wide range of archeological topics and in addition our associated Local History Group also runs a lecture programme.'

Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society
Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society - Local History Forum

'The BHCC meets on Tuesday evenings (7.30–9.45 pm) between September and May, as well as additional sessions on some Thursdays: this is our "winter season". Our programme includes talks, workshops and competitions – all aimed at improving your photography.'

Brighton and Hove Camera Club

'We organise a variety of events throughout the year including garden visits, workshops, plant swaps and seasonal celebrations. All these create opportunities for like-minded people to gather together and share their passion for organic gardening.'

Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group

Festival usually held in May.

Category Arts Festivals
Brighton Festival

Usually held every two years in October.

Brighton Photo Biennial
Also indexedBrighton Photo Fringe
Brighton Science Festival

'Meets on the first Wednesday of every month (no meeting in August), at 7.30 pm (8.00 pm start).'

Brighton Secular Humanists
Brindle Historical Society

'The Society holds its main meeting in Bristol, with branch meetings in Bath and Yate.'

Bristol & Avon Family History Society

'Meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month, unless it is a bank holiday, in which case an alternative date is given. No meetings are held in July and August.'

Bristol & Avon Family History Society - Bath

'Normally the meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month unless otherwise notified.'

Bristol & Avon Family History Society - Bristol

'Monthly meetings take place ... on the second Wednesday of each month.'

Bristol & Avon Family History Society - Sodbury Vale
Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society - Bristol
Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society - Gloucestershire

Organize 'a regular programme of lectures from September to May by expert speakers on aspects of archaeology at home and abroad. Meetings are held on Wednesday evenings'.

Bristol and Avon Archaeological Society, The

'Meetings are held on Friday evenings and begin at 7.15, please arrive in plenty of time.'

Bristol Astronomical Society, The

'We believe we have a duty to communicate our research to the public, in order to raise understanding and awareness of heart disease. At present we are doing this through public lectures and this website, but hope to expand our outreach activities in the future if funding is available.'

Bristol CardioVascular
Also indexedUniversity of Bristol

'Our conservation lectures take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 5.30 pm ... They are open to all interested people free of charge. The talks span a wide range of topics and usually have a strong focus on conservation-relevant research.'

Bristol Conservation & Science Foundation
Also indexedBristol Zoo Gardens | National Wildlife Conservation Park

'All Meetings are on a Friday - October to April. 7.30 pm prompt start.'

Category Dowsing
Bristol Dowsers

Programme of events througout the year, with an especial focus in May.

Bristol Festival of Ideas
Also indexedBristol Cultural Development Partnership | The Observer

Held 'each October, with extra events during the year'.

Bristol Festival of Literature
Also indexedUnputdownable | LoveBristol

Fortnightly talks in French, October to May.

Category France
Bristol French Circle
Also indexedAlliance Française de Londres | Cercle Français de Bristol
Bristol Industrial Archaeological Society

'The Bristol Institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts has been established to support, promote and disseminate the research in the Faculty of Arts.'

Bristol Institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts
Named Lectures & TalksBIRTHA Lecture | Blackwell-Bristol Lectures
Also indexedUniversity of Bristol

You can search by Event Type 'Talks and Lectures' for events in a number of organizations in Bristol including the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Also indexedBristol City Council

'The monthly Bulletin contains details of meetings to come, news of events in the previous month, and other items of interest.'

Bristol Naturalists' Society

'Holds monthly indoor meetings throughout the winter months on a wide variety of subjects. Our speakers present talks that cover a wide range of topics from the ecology and biology of species to broader subjects such as botanical history, ecology and the management of local reserves, often presenting new and exciting discoveries.' ALERT Not clear at Review whether there is a separately active 'Botany' section of the Society.

Bristol Naturalists' Society - Botany

'The monthly Bulletin contains details of meetings to come, news of events in the previous month, and other items of interest.'

Bristol Naturalists' Society - Ornithology

'The Club was formed in 1966 in order to promote and encourage bird-watching in the Bristol area. The Club has 650+ members.'

Bristol Ornithological Club
Also indexedBristol Birding

'Weekly meetings are every Wednesday at 7.30 pm for a couple of hours at our clubrooms ... The main activities are lectures, many of which are by nationally known photographers, and competitions for members to participate in. We also have monthly meetings of special interest groups such as studio work and digital imaging which are open to all members.'

Bristol Photographic Society

'Bristol Spring Poetry Festival takes place in April/May, three to four days. Bristol Poetry Festival takes place in September.' ALERT 'With great regret, the board of trustees has decided to close Poetry Can, ceasing day-to-day operations by the end of June 2018. This comes in the wake of our unsuccessful bid for Arts Council England funding for the 2018-19 financial year.'

Bristol Poetry Festivals

'The Circle meets every Tuesday evening between the hours of 7.30 pm and 9.15 pm. Alternate meetings take the form of lectures, slide shows, etc. Other evenings are given over to informal discussion, when books from the Circle’s extensive library and the latest magazines are available. Light refreshments in the form of tea, coffee and biscuits are also served. The Circle’s lecture programme covers a wide range of subjects of railway and associated interest (other transport, industrial archaeology, etc.).'

Category Railway History
Bristol Railway Circle

'We support the Charter of the National Secular Society and meet regularly to discuss secular issues, listen to guest speakers, organise campaigns, arrange Freedom of Information requests and generally have a good chat and a drink or two ... We usually meet on either the first or second Monday of the month.' ALERT Could not locate future Meetings programme at Review.

Bristol Secular Society

'Regular meetings of the BSMEE are held on the first and third Wednesday of the month ... at 7.15 pm. Meetings, which are open to the general public, usually comprise a talk or demonstration on a suitable subject followed by an opportunity to meet fellow members. New members are always welcome and no particular skill is necessary ... Not all members are active model makers, some members get considerable enjoyment simply from being a member and helping other members enjoy the fruits of their model making activities.'

Bristol Society of Model and Experimental Engineers

The Academy organizes over a score of Lecture Series, many referenced separately herein, plus Conferences, Panel Discussions, Workshops, etc.

British Academy

'Through a popular and varied events programme which covers all aspects of film, television and new media, we give our audiences the chance to learn first hand from film and programme-makers, as well as games developers across a range of crafts and disciplines.'

British Academy of Film and Television Arts

'As well as regular meetings in London, there are six regional group organisers who arrange several meetings each year in their area.'

‘Delivers and enables world-leading interdisciplinary research in the Polar Regions. Its skilled science and support staff based in Cambridge, Antarctica and the Arctic, work together to deliver research that uses the Polar Regions to advance our understanding of Earth as a sustainable planet ... Our public engagement campaigns are designed to demonstrate how our research outcomes are relevant to everyday lives. We work with the media to attract global attention to polar research and work in partnership with museums, science centres and other leading organisations who share our commitment to enthusing young people in science.‘

Category Antarctica
British Antarctic Survey

Winter programme, usually first Wednesday of the month: 'Meetings are held at 5.00 pm ... Tea will be served at 4.30 pm ... Non-members are welcome to attend occasional lectures but are asked to make themselves known to the Hon. Director on arrival and to sign the visitors book ... New members are always welcome and applications are invited from anyone pursuing an interest in archaeology, art & architectural history, history and related matters, whether as an amateur or in a professional capacity.'

British Archaeological Association, The

‘Founded in 2000, The British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS) is a multidisciplinary organisation dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge about the Victorian period. It has over 600 members based in the UK and beyond, and drawn both from the academic community and the general public. Our members have a wide range of interests in the nineteenth century, including art history, cultural studies, history, literary studies, performance studies and the history of science.’

British Association for Victorian Studies

‘Membership of the British Astronomical Association brings a wealth of benefits, including access to practical advice from the BAA's observing sections, six issues of the Association's Journal each year and the annual Handbook, and meetings throughout the year.’

Category Astronomy
British Astronomical Association

Hold occasional national meetings, as well as sponsoring a number of Branches throughout the UK, each of which can organize their own talks. Non-members are welcome at all of the Society's meetings.

Category Arts & Crafts
British Button Society, The

‘The principal objectives of the BCSS are to promote the study, conservation, propagation and cultivation of cacti and other succulent plants.  Membership of the Society is international and open to all. We currently have about 3,000 members and this includes a whole range of interests from novice window-sill growers to experts. The Society has more than 80 branches in the UK, each of which organises an active programme of local events every year.’

British Cactus & Succulent Society
British Cactus & Succulent Society - Ayr

‘The Group is comprised of a number of enthusiastic and friendly people who are happy to pass on their experiences and knowledge about cactus and succulent plant growing. We meet on the afternoon of the second Saturday every month, except April ... There is usually a visiting speaker who will give a talk accompanied by slides and/or plants.’

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Berkhamsted and District

Meets 'third Tuesday of every month (except December) at 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm start. Birmingham Branch is the largest Branch of the BCSS in terms of numbers of members and has an active programme of events throughout the year'.

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Birmingham & District
British Cactus & Succulent Society - Bradford

'We meet on the second Thursday of each month.' ALERT At Review: 'No meetings have been arranged. It is anticipated that Bridlington Branch will amalgamate with Hull Branch in the near future'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Bridlington
British Cactus & Succulent Society - Brighton and Hove

'Meetings are normally held on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month, at 7.30 pm.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Bristol

'Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the fourth Wednesday of every month.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Bromley
British Cactus & Succulent Society - Cambridge & District

‘Normally meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Most meetings consist of a talk, illustrated with images and/or plants, and we usually have a raffle, plant sales and a small display.’

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Chelmsford

'We meet on the first Friday of each month (7.30 pm start) ... for talks by visiting speakers.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Chester & North Wales

'We are a small friendly Branch that usually meets on the second Thursday of each month ... Our meetings usually consist of an illustrated talk from a visiting speaker and we have a wide-ranging and varied programme.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Clacton-on-Sea

'Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of the month at ... unless otherwise indicated. Doors open at 19.00 and the meeting starts at 19.30 hrs. We usually finish by 22.00 hrs.' ALERT The 'Crawley' Branch seems no longer to be listed on the Society's Website.

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Crawley

'Meetings start at 7.30 pm and finish around 10.00 pm. They generally consist of illustrated talks of interest to both novices and experienced growers. Talks feature cultivation, propagation, a particular genus or group of plants and travelogues. Other attractions at meetings are a competitive table show and plant sales.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Croydon

'Branch meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Dartford

'Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except December (third Tuesday).'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Edenbridge

'Meetings are held at 7 pm for a 7.45 pm start on the second Monday of every month. When clashing with a Bank Holiday (Easter), meetings will take place on the fourth Monday.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Eltham

Meet 'first Saturday of the month (unless indicated otherwise) ... 6.30 for a 7.00 pm start'.

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Essex (Ilford)

'Meetings are held ... usually on the 3rd Monday of the month, at 7.15 pm.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Fife

'Meetings are held ... usually on the first Thursday of the month, at 7.30 pm.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Glasgow

'We meet on the second Saturday of each month at 2.15 for 2.45 pm. Meetings generally include a speaker (with slides and/or plants), plant sales, table show, raffle and tea or coffee. There is an entrance fee of £2 per person (juniors free) to cover hire of the hall, speakers expenses and refreshments. Visitors are very welcome to join us.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Gloucester & District

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  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)