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

* University of Oxford
Visits to the Website2542
Views of 'Full' Record2342

'The University of Oxford is one of the world's leading centres for the study of Africa. In every Faculty and Division across the University there are active research programmes focused on the continent. The African Studies Centre, within the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, acts as a focal point for graduate level work and faculty research on Africa.' ... The Centre 'organises a lively programme of seminars, workshops and international conferences'.

African Studies Centre
Visits to the Website1877
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1489

'The College hosts many lectures and seminars, including those by lecturers appointed by the University and associated with All Souls ... These lectures are open to the public and information about the lectures is posted as soon as it is available ... The College also supports seminars, lectures and workshops sponsored by Fellows for members of the University. They are not open to members of the public unless the lecture or seminar notice explicitly indicates that "All are welcome", or permission to attend has been obtained from the Fellow giving the course or seminar.'

All Souls College
Visits to the Website1601
Named Lectures & TalksCarlyle Lectures | Chichele Lectures | Evans-Pritchard Lectures | Lee Lecture in Political Science and Government | Radhakrishnan Memorial Lectures | Slade Lectures
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record2043

Meetings '2nd Wednesday of the month from October to March at 7.30 pm'.

Alpine Garden Society - Oxford and District
Visits to the Website675
Views of 'Full' Record1049

Occasional lectures and talks: 'The present Ashmolean was created in 1908 by combining two ancient Oxford institutions: the University Art Collection and the original Ashmolean Museum. The older partner in this merger, the University Art Collection, was based for many years in what is now the Upper Reading Room in the Bodleian Library. The collection began modestly in the 1620s with a handful of portraits and curiosities displayed in a small room on the upper floor. In 1636 and 1657, Archbishop Laud and Ralph Freke added notable collections of coins and medals, later installed in a strong room of their own and now incorporated into the Ashmolean coin collection. The objects of curiosity included Guy Fawkes’ lantern and a sword said to have been given by the pope to Henry VIII, both now in the Ashmolean, as well as a number of more exotic items, including Jacob’s Coat of Many Colours, long since lost. However, as there was a museum for curiosities of this kind in the University Anatomy Theatre, objects like this tended to go there or to the Ashmolean, after it opened in 1683, leaving the Bodleian gallery to develop as a museum of art ...'

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Visits to the Website871
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1198

'Indoor meetings are held at 8 pm ... on alternate Tuesdays during the University term. Annual features include the E.F. Warburg Memorial Lecture (in conjunction with BBOWT) and the Bernard Tucker Memorial Lecture (in conjunction with Oxford Ornithological Society), both given by prestigious guest speakers.'

Ashmolean Natural History Society of Oxfordshire, The
Visits to the Website813
Views of 'Full' Record2210

'The Priory community of Dominican friars welcomes many for daily Mass and prayer, and to take part in regular group meetings and other events.'

Blackfriars
Visits to the Website1165
Views of 'Full' Record1739

‘What’s on at the Bodleian Libraries brings together the wide-ranging activities taking place in the Libraries. Whether you visit an exhibition or a display, attend an event or a lecture, go on a guided tour, or visit our Shop, you will find an opportunity to discover our distinguished collections, magnificent buildings and informative programmes.‘

Bodleian Library and Radcliffe Camera
Visits to the Website1350
Views of 'Full' Record1722

'We meet on the fourth Thursday of every month (except December) ... Meetings start at 7.30 pm and include talks, news updates, plant sales, loan of books to members, refreshments, and a table show of plants.'

British Cactus & Succulent Society - Oxford
Visits to the Website912
Views of 'Full' Record1438

Meetings 'third Thursday of every month, starting at 6.30 pm'.

British Science Association - Oxfordshire SciBAr
Visits to the Website1302
Views of 'Full' Record1128

'The mission of COMPAS is to conduct high quality research in order to develop theory and knowledge, inform policy-making and public debate, and engage users of research within the field of migration.’

Centre on Migration, Policy & Society
Visits to the Website681
Also indexedCOMPAS | University of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1171

Winter monthly meetings, usually first Thursday at 7.30 pm.

City of Oxford Society of Model Engineers
Visits to the Website941
Views of 'Full' Record1831

Have produced a combined list of 'Classics' Public Lectures across the University.

Classics at Oxford
Visits to the Website1010
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record2548

Research Seminar Series 'open to all' plus other events which might be attended by all.

Department of English and Modern Languages [Oxford Brookes]
Visits to the Website1064
Also indexedOxford Brookes University
Views of 'Full' Record1082

'We meet at 7.15 pm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except August).'

Embroiderers' Guild - Oxford
Visits to the Website849
Views of 'Full' Record1626

'Every semester the Europe Japan Research Centre hosts a series of talks and other events by scholars, artists and commentators from around the world who are Japan specialists. Under the auspices of our Japan Interest Group (JIG), these events are open to the public with guests including students, active and retired researchers or anyone with an interest in Japan.'

Europe Japan Research Centre [Oxford Brookes]
Visits to the Website769
Views of 'Full' Record1102

'Live' events occasionally open to members of the public.

Faculty of Philosophy [Oxford]
Visits to the Website1244
Named Lectures & TalksIsaiah Berlin Lectures | John Locke Lectures
Views of 'Full' Record1711

'We hold a programme of lectures and workshops, attended by lawyers, policymakers, academics, and business people from around the world. All lectures are free and open to the public.'

Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
Visits to the Website523
Also indexedCentre for Socio-Legal Studies | Wolfson College | University of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record953
FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival, The
Visits to the Website577
Views of 'Full' Record1148

Regular talks, Thursday evenings, from 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm.

Global Retreat Centre
Visits to the Website1970
Also indexedBrahma Kumaris World Spritual University UK | Inner Space Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1763

'GTC is building on a legacy of important and successful public lectures and seminars organised by its previous constituent colleges. There will be themed series of lectures and one-off events, usually open to the rest of the University and in some cases to the wider public.'

Green Templeton College
Visits to the Website1190
Named Lectures & TalksAlan Emery Lecture | Barclay Lecture | McGovern Lecture | Richard Normann Lecture | Sir Douglas Hague Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record2078

Days and times and venues of meetings vary.

Historical Association - Oxford
Visits to the Website459
Views of 'Full' Record1014

'Runs a series of public seminars, generally once every two weeks during term time, attracting up to a hundred people.'

Ian Ramsey Centre for Science & Religion
Visits to the Website1105
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1548
Iffley History Society, The
Visits to the Website1148
Views of 'Full' Record2597
Institution of Engineering and Technology - Oxfordshire
Visits to the Website548
Views of 'Full' Record864
Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Oxford
Visits to the Website580
Views of 'Full' Record912
John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science
Visits to the Website756
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford | Royal Holloway, University of London
Views of 'Full' Record1378
Kennington History Society
Visits to the Website1140
Views of 'Full' Record2264

'With a membership of about 60, the Society meets on the last Tuesday of each month ... All our monthly meetings begin at 7.50pm for 8.00pm ... Visitors are always welcome and need not be accompanied by an adult. The charge is £3.50 on the door (50p if under 26).'

Kidlington & District Historical Society
Visits to the Website936
Views of 'Full' Record4482

Meet 'Monday evenings at 7.30 from September to April'.

Kidlington Camera Club
Visits to the Website871
Views of 'Full' Record1162

PDF copy of current brochure lists a large number and wide range of lectures and related events. Enquire about attendance.

Maison Française d’Oxford
Visits to the Website1384
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record2011

Occasional lectures in wide-ranging programme: enquire about attendance.

Middle East Centre [Oxford]
Visits to the Website1020
Named Lectures & TalksGeorge Antonius Lecture | Pears Lecture
Also indexedSt Anthony's College | University of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1027

'Family-friendly events, public lectures, gallery tours, table talks and more ... All events and activities at the Museum are free unless stated otherwise in the listing.'

Museum of the History of Science
Visits to the Website1038
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1120

'Annual programme includes a number of talks on a wide variety of textile related topics. Some lecturers are from the UK and some are specialists from overseas who are visiting England and enjoying some time in Oxford. Unless otherwise stated the talks take place ... starting at 5.45 pm with refreshments from 5.15 pm. Visitors welcome (£2). No booking necessary.'

Oxford Asian Textile Group
Visits to the Website496
Views of 'Full' Record1514

Programme of early Monday evening meetings. Various venues in central Oxford can be used.

Oxford Bibliographical Society
Visits to the Website799
Views of 'Full' Record1055

'The BRC hosts a series of public lectures showcasing the research within our themes ... All are welcome and there is no need to register.'

Oxford Biomedical Research Centre
Visits to the Website1266
Also indexedNational Institute for Health Research | Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals | University of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record2184

'Here at Oxford Brookes University we have a history of hosting lectures that are free and open to the general public, alumni, students and the academic community alike ... Lectures are free of charge and open to the public, but booking is essential.'

Oxford Brookes University
Visits to the Website990
Views of 'Full' Record2846

'Meetings are usually held in Pusey House on Tuesday evenings of Full Term. The Society continues the tradition of the Inklings by retiring after most meetings to the "Eagle and Child" for general discussion. As well as speakers, there are informal meetings, poetry and prose readings, and occasional outings to country pubs. Membership is not restricted to members of the University.'

Oxford C.S. Lewis Society
Visits to the Website780
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record3292

''A Recognised Independent Centre of Oxford University. The principal aim of the Centre is the study of Hindu culture, religion, languages, literature, philosophy, history, arts and society, in all periods and in all parts of the world ... Lectures are a key part of the OCHS programme. One of our goals is to make lectures delivered at the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies accessible to all ... As well as our general lectures and Shivdasani lectures and seminars we currently host three named lectures ...' Enquire about attendance. Note also: Friends of the OCHS  'Friends of the OCHS have formed groups across the UK holding events that raise funds and awareness for the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.'

Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, The
Visits to the Website825
Named Lectures & TalksMajewski Lecture | Distinguished Ford Lecture | Wahlstrom Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1504

Weekly Tuesday Lectures 'These public lectures are intended to contribute to addressing the needs of what Professor Walls calls, "Post-Western Christianity", focusing particularly on expounding the theological, biblical and missiological contribution the church in the global "South" is making. The dissemination of these lectures through print and audio is expected to be a resource for "a new age of Christian scholarship" in the growing church.'

Oxford Centre for Mission Studies
Visits to the Website827
Named Lectures & TalksMontagu Barker Lectures
Views of 'Full' Record1256

Wide range of lectures, some explicity annotated 'public lecture', others 'open to all'. Enquire about attendance.

Oxford Centre for Neuroethics, The
Visits to the Website871
Named Lectures & TalksAnnual Wellcome Lecture in Neuroethics | Uehiro Lectures
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford | Faculty of Philosophy | Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics | Wellcome Trust
Views of 'Full' Record1846

'Our talks (free to members) are given by leading speakers and are held in interesting locations across Oxford. A wide variety of subjects are covered – eg Oxford history, buildings, current developments, arts and science.'

Oxford Civic Society
Visits to the Website871
Views of 'Full' Record2343

Range of seminars and related events listed, several organized by cognate bodies: enquire about attendance.

Oxford Department of International Development
Visits to the Website1450
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1017

‘The Festival offers a broad programme of performances, workshops and talks across the fields of music, theatre, art, film and literature. We aim to celebrate Oxford’s diverse communities and offer something for everyone, whatever their age, background or artistic experience.’ Held Late June - Early July.

Oxford Festival of the Arts
Visits to the Website60
Views of 'Full' Record77

'Our programme has something for anyone interested in geology, the Earth and planetary sciences. OGG’s lecture programme is one of the best for any geological society in the country, with monthly talks by eminent speakers ... Lectures are held usually on the 3rd Thursday of the month ... Our programme is simply, second to none.'

Oxford Geology Group
Visits to the Website1135
Views of 'Full' Record3322

''We meet to discuss issues of mutual interest, and undertake activities in and around Oxfordshire to increase awareness of humanism and the need for a secular state ... We hold monthly public meetings on a variety of topics. Currently these are on a Friday evening ... They are open to both members and visitors. If you are a visitor we ask for a £3 donation towards the room hire.'

Oxford Humanists
Visits to the Website553
Views of 'Full' Record884

Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture - plus other events which members of the public might attend.

Oxford Law
Visits to the Website1065
Named Lectures & TalksRoger Hood Annual Public Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford | Centre for Criminology
Views of 'Full' Record1248

'The 21st Century School runs seminars, workshops and one-off events in different departments throughout the academic year. It also features a distinguished public lecture series and a termly seminar series to present cutting-edge research on the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.' Typically: 'Seminars are free and open to everyone, with no registration required' - but should check first.

Oxford Martin School
Visits to the Website935
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford | James Martin 21st Century School
Views of 'Full' Record1242

'Oxford University has a diverse portfolio of research relating to the environment. The Oxford Networks for the Environment (ONE) use their websites to pool together expertise across Oxford University relating to the fields of: Biodiversity, climate, energy, food and water. Lectures, seminars and events from all disciplines relating to people and the environment within Oxford can be found on this website.' Enquire about attendance.

Oxford Networks for the Environment
Visits to the Website737
Views of 'Full' Record1078

Indoor Meetings 'are held monthly except during the summer holiday period ... Before a talk from an invited speaker, there is news of any interesting local birds and members are brought up to date with local conservation issues. Afterwards there are opportunities to meet and chat to other members, and often an informal bird identification quiz'.

Oxford Ornithological Society
Visits to the Website918
Named Lectures & TalksBernard Tucker Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1506

''The Philosophical Society exists to advise and encourage anyone who has an interest in philosophy, and to help students who attend classes in philosophy organised by OUDCE (Oxford University Department for Continuing Education) ... Seven philosophy weekends are held each year, at which two or more invited speakers of distinction give lectures on a selected topic. During the weekend ample opportunity is given for questions and discussion. Mealtimes and coffee breaks provide further opportunities to discuss topics and to get to know other members of the Society. In addition, a member's day is held once a year, at which the speakers are society members ... Although weekend meetings are open to everyone, most of those attending are members and they provide an enthusiastic core who guarantee the success of the weekends.'

Oxford Philosophical Society
Visits to the Website1146
Views of 'Full' Record4099

'We meet Tuesday evenings September to May ... Meetings start at 7.30 pm - 7.45 pm - finishing around 10.00 pm - with a break for tea and coffee, and a chat.'

Oxford Photographic Society
Visits to the Website1299
Views of 'Full' Record1347
Oxford Preservation Trust
Visits to the Website742
Views of 'Full' Record1211
Oxford Science + Ideas Festival
Visits to the Website699
Views of 'Full' Record873

'This Society is nearly one and three-quarter centuries old, but like King Arthur it has been dormant. Now it is ready once again to help us all to delight in and to study the many colourful ways in which kings and yeomen, nations and colleges, regiments and churchmen, have chosen to symbolise themselves and their pretensions over the centuries. Come and join us for lectures - both learned and frivolous - for visits and excursions, and for whatever else you think a Heraldry Society should do. ... You do not need to be a member of the University, but if you are, please make this clear.'

Oxford University Heraldry Society
Visits to the Website541
Views of 'Full' Record1714
Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Visits to the Website1135
Views of 'Full' Record980

'Meetings are held at 5pm on Thursdays of even weeks of term ... Contact should be made to Publicity Officer shown on the Website ... Although most of our members are affiliated to the University, we welcome everyone with an interest in the subject to our meetings. Membership is free to all current students.'

Oxford University Numismatic Society
Visits to the Website701
Also indexedThe Phoenix Society
Views of 'Full' Record1143
Oxfordshire Architectural and Historical Society
Visits to the Website650
Named Lectures & TalksTom Hassall Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record846

''Formed in June 2010 and provides an informal monthly social meeting in central Oxford for those with an interest in buses & coaches from around the world, past or present ... Meetings are normally held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month and normally take the form of a picture show with local or guest speakers. Members get free entry to our meetings and access to our member’s only forum. Non-members are also welcome to attend our meetings for a fee of £2 per meeting.'

Oxfordshire Bus Enthusiasts Society
Visits to the Website527
Views of 'Full' Record954

'General meetings fourth Monday of most months.'

Oxfordshire Family History Society
Visits to the Website733
Views of 'Full' Record1243

'The Oxfordshire Flora Group - formerly the Rare Plants Group - is a part of The Ashmolean Natural History Society of Oxfordshire. Based in Oxford, it works with local and national organisations ... The Group runs an annual series of lectures on the conservation of plants in Britain and abroad.'

Oxfordshire Flora Group, The
Visits to the Website735
Also indexedAshmolean Natural History Society | Rare Plants Group
Views of 'Full' Record1228

'Our activities include: A program of visits to parks and gardens, the majority of which are not normally open to the public; A series of evening lectures by speakers who are expert in their fields ...'

Oxfordshire Gardens Trust
Visits to the Website665
Views of 'Full' Record1946

''Formed in 1975 by a group who felt that there was a need in the Oxford district for a railway society to cater for the general railway enthusiast ... ORS meetings, where a friendly atmosphere prevails, are held on the second Wednesday of each month, excepting June, July and August. ORS hold a varied selected of talks, often from distinguished speakers ... They are illustrated by film or slides and range from steam trains to diesel engines, from broad to narrow gauge, and from foreign to local interest.'

Oxfordshire Railway Society, The
Visits to the Website419
Views of 'Full' Record1082

'The Pitt Rivers Museum is one of the world's great ethnographic collections. It is an Aladdin's cave of treasures, a rich and diverse mixture of cultures and crafts, prehistoric and modern, from all over the world.'  Talks organized by the Friends of the Pitt Rivers Museum: 'The Friends see their role as that of raising public awareness of the Museum and its collections: they organise a programme of lectures and events, co-ordinate volunteers and provide support for museum purchases and publications ... Visitors are always welcome, but are asked to make a £2.00 contribution towards costs.'

Pitt Rivers Museum
Visits to the Website880
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1192

'The long-running weekly seminar series and annual public lectures attract prominent speakers to address particular topics of interest and concern.' Enquire about attendance.

Refugee Studies Centre
Visits to the Website768
Named Lectures & TalksAstor Lecture | Elizabeth Colson Lecture | Harrell-Bond Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record974

'The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism runs seminars series, conferences and lectures that bring together scholars and journalists in dialogue on key media-related issues. The Institute also co-sponsors a seminar series with Nuffield College and collaborates with various institutes in the University on a number of events. These events feature eminent practitioners from the media sphere and academia worldwide, and seek to further the study of the principles and practices of journalism.' Enquire about attendance.

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Visits to the Website1158
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford | Thomson Reuters Foundation
Views of 'Full' Record1034

'We have regular monthly indoor meetings locally throughout the year and day-trips far and near to sites of interest to birders.'

RSPB Oxford
Visits to the Website732
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds
Views of 'Full' Record1077

Calendar lists wide range of open lectures, talks and other events, in and around Oxford.

Science Oxford
Visits to the Website1392
Also indexedOxford Trust
Views of 'Full' Record1044

'Thinking and drinking. That is unlikely goal of our meeting. Each month we invite a speaker to talk about an area of belief and to invite critical debate. We encourage sceptical thought and we enjoy challenging discussions. We also welcome humour and we intend to have a good time ... The meetings are open to all, no matter what your prior beliefs. We ask that you come along with a willingness to be challenged in your beliefs and we provide an opportuity for you to challenge others - and to enjoy a drink or two.'

Skeptics in the Pub - Oxford
Visits to the Website690
Views of 'Full' Record928

Occasional lectures and talks: enquire about attendance.

St Catherine's College
Visits to the Website1489
Named Lectures & TalksAlan Tayler Lecture | Nairne Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1029

'The TORCH Enlightenment Programme/Besterman Centre for the Enlightenment aims to co-ordinate and foster research that builds on the University of Oxford’s extraordinarily rich resources for the study of the Enlightenment. Our interdisciplinary events bring together scholars from across the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and beyond ... At present, our principal activities as a Programme comprise an annual Besterman Lecture by an invited scholar; an annual conference; and the Enlightenment Workshop, a series of eight seminars held in Hilary Term each year.'

Torch Enlightenment Programme
Visits to the Website770
Named Lectures & TalksBesterman Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1541

Winter Lecture Series plus other talks and related events, some organized by the Friends of Oxford Botanic Garden.

University of Oxford Botanic Garden & Harcourt Arboretum
Visits to the Website646
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1338

'Wolfson is the largest graduate college in Oxford. Our diverse student body has a wide spread of disciplines and nationalities. The College is both traditional and unconventional, forward-thinking and friendly.' Have organized an Annual Lecture Series plus various Named Lectures. Enquire about attendance.

Wolfson College
Visits to the Website853
Named Lectures & TalksBerlin Lecture | Syme Lecture | Wolfson Haldane Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1323

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  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)