A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Area: Devon

'Quirky 18th-century, 16 sided house with fascinating interior decoration and collections.' Occasional talks are given.

Category Exmouth
A la Ronde
Also indexedNational Trust

'We meet ... every month excluding July and August. We usually meet in July in the garden of one of our members for a social party. All other meetings are at Longdown on the third Thursday in the month at 7.00 pm for a 7.30 pm start. Meetings usually take the form of a lecture by an eminent speaker.'

Alpine Garden Society - Devon, Exeter

Usually held late September.

Appledore Book Festival
Axe Vale & District Conservation Society
Ball Clay Heritage Society, The

'We meet each Thursday evening at 7.30 pm ... We are always looking for new members both young & old and we offer a warm welcome to photographers both experienced and beginner.'

Barnstaple Camera Club

Evening meetings, September - April.

Bideford Camera Club

Monthly meetings, Monday evenings.

Branscombe Project

'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

'Meetings are usually on the first Wednesday of each month, 7.45 pm – 10.00 pm ... Anyone interested in clocks and watches is welcome to come along.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - South West
Named Lectures & TalksMick Watters Memorial Lecture

'Organise a regular public talk series'. ALERT At Review, I could not locate details of a 'History Society' talk series, as such - though the Brixham (Heritage) Museum, whose Website is cited here, does organise lectures and talks from time to time.

Brixham Heritage Museum and History Society
Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival

Occasional talks. Note also the events of the Friends of the Burton Art Gallery & Museum.

Burton Art Gallery & Museum

'In Sidmouth, we normally meet once a month (except during some festive breaks). The meetings take place on the third Tuesday of each month from 3pm to 4pm. This is the format: a 15-20 min introduction by an expert will be followed by a Q&A period or a general discussion, if the participants so wish. No experience is necessary. The event is free but do buy a drink.'

Café Scientifique - Sidmouth

'The Centre for Medical History hosts a series of internal seminars each term, with a variety of speakers from within and outside the University. Everyone is welcome to attend these seminars.'

Centre for Medical History [Exeter]

'The History Group meet once a month, normally on the first Friday ... Starting at 7.30 pm the usual format is to have a guest speaker ... Talks usually last for 45 minutes to one hour and are followed by complimentary refreshments. The evening is usually concluded by 9.30 pm.'

Chudleigh History Group

Monthly evening meetings.

Category Crediton
Chulmleigh & District Local History Society

'A platform for providing information for informed choices ... Clovelly Lectures has found a reflective and responsive audience. A curiosity and interest in listening and discussing matters that directly impact our lives in a fast changing and confusing economic and political world.'

Clovelly Lectures

Monthly meetings, Wednesday evenings.

Colyton Parish History Society

Monthly meetings, Monday evenings.

Crediton Area History & Museum Society

'We meet on Friday evenings at 7.30 pm.'

Category Crediton
Crediton Photography Club

Have organized occasional lectures and talks - and debates.

Dartmoor Society, The

'Meetings on Wednesdays at 7.30 pm ... We have a varied programme that runs from September till the end of April. All are welcome to join us for two meetings before they formally become members. The current subscription is £35 per season plus £1 for every meeting attended.'

Dawlish & Teignmouth Camera Club

'The society organises regular events including talks on all aspects of gardening, visits to gardens and other places of horticutural interest and talks by guest speakers ... All talks, demonstrations etc are staged ... on Thursday evenings commencing at 7.15 pm.'

Dawlish Garden Society

'Guests are always welcome at our meetings. Whatever you collect you can be sure of taking some thought or idea to incorporate into your own collection. Philately is fun especially when shared with others ... We meet on a regular basis on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (except August) starting at 7 pm.'

Dawlish Stamp Club

Offer series of Monday Lunchtime Lectures, and Friday Social Evening Talks - both normally monthly: The Monday lectures are 'open to the public - no booking required'. For the Friday evening talks: 'Bookings must be made and paid for by the Tuesday prior to the social evening. Later bookings will NOT be accepted.'

Category Exeter
Devon and Exeter Institution

'Our range of five winter meeting lectures this year presents the results of work from some of our local specialists. Although the speakers are all based in the south-west, the range of topics will bring out detail of our region and also take us further afield, both east and west, into Europe, Africa and across the Atlantic ...'

Devon Archaeological Society

DBKA Events Calendar 'Members may attend meetings of any Branch, but it is advisable (and courteous) to contact the Branch Secretary first.'

Category Devon
Devon Beekeepers' Association

'During the autumn and winter months we have a program of lectures and discussions about beekeeping.'

Devon Beekeepers' Association - Newton Abbot

'The North Devon Branch is one of the oldest beekeeping branches within Devon, and is certainly the largest, with some 130 members. Its area covers most of North Devon, from Ilfracombe in the North to the outskirts of Okehampton in the South. We do not however restrict our membership to any particular district, and we have one member as far away as Buckinghamshire !'

Devon Beekeepers' Association - North Devon

'All Group Meetings are ... on the second Tuesday in the month, and start at 7.30 pm.'

Category Dowsing
Devon Dowsers

Programmes in the Society's four Groups: Exeter, Plymouth, North Devon, South Devon.

Category Devon
Devon Family History Society

Monthly meetings, Tuesday evenings.

Devon Family History Society - Plymouth

Monthly meetings, usually Saturday afternoons.

Devon Family History Society - Exeter

Monthly meetings, Saturday afternoons.

Devon Family History Society - North Devon
Devon Family History Society - South Devon

Occasional talks.

Category Arts & Crafts
Devon Guild of Craftsmen

'The Devon History Society aims to promote the study and recording of the history of Devon, and is open to all those interested in its many aspects. Its members range from enthusiastic amateurs to senior academic historians.'

Category Devon
Devon History Society

'On May 21st 2015 a group of us met at the Bike Shed Theatre Bar in Exeter to decide the future of Devon Humanists. It was clear that although there is great interest in Humanism in Devon, there is no appetite for organising committees and their attendant meetings. It was decided to make Devon Humanists into a virtual group, keeping in touch via the web, social media and email and hoping to organise occasional meetups and socials.'

Category Devon
Devon Humanists

Calendar of 'literary' lectures and talks and related events at Libraries across the County.

Category Devon
Devon Libraries

'We run a regular series of events which are open to both members (for free) and non-members (for a small fee). Summer events include field trips to sites around Devon, as well as guided mammal-watching trips overseas. Winter events are usually held indoors, and include talks from expert speakers on a wide variety of mammal-related subjects.'

Devon Mammal Group

‘Monthly meetings are held ... usually on the third Sunday of each month starting at 2pm ... The meetings' programme includes presentations from professional and amateur growers about orchids and their culture and related subjects.’

Category Orchid Societies
Devon Orchid Society

Range of talks and related events.

Devon Rural Archive, The

Use the 'Events Filter' and the Category 'Talk'.

Category Wildlife Trusts
Devon Wildlife Trust

'Talks by good speakers on a range of conservation issues ... Meetings are once a month from September through to April. We are lucky enough to attract good attendances to our meetings. We try to make them as friendly as possible and welcome new members.'

Category Barnstaple
Devon Wildlife Trust - Barnstaple & District

Winter monthly evening talks.

Category Newton Abbot
Devon Wildlife Trust - Bovey Tracey

'Members can join one of the Sections: Botany, Buildings, Entomology, Geology, History, Literature, Folklore and Dialect. Sections organise a programme of meetings, lectures and visits. In addition, members can join a local Branch and attend lectures and visits that each Branch organises.'

Devonshire Association

'The Section currently holds three indoor meetings a year, usually on Saturday afternoons or evenings. Two of these meetings comprise a talk by an expert in a particular field, and the other is devoted to the Section’s annual general meeting, followed by an exhibition.'

Category Devon
Devonshire Association - Entomology

Programme of occasional lectures.

Devonshire Association - Geology

'The Section organise a range of talks and presentations. Some of these have been fairly academic while many have provided a general background with topics on various aspects of Devon’s history. There have also been visits to places of historical interest and social events. ... The Section is currently seeking to respond to the challenge brought about by changes in the wider community. To meet these challenges, the Section is looking to work more closely with other DA sections and branches as well as like-minded organisations in Devon. We look forward to increasing our membership by holding more events across the county with the objective of engaging with local knowledge.'

Devonshire Association - History

Meetings '4th Thursday - 10.00 am - 12.30 pm or 10.00 am - 3.30 pm'.

Embroiderers' Guild - South Devon

Monthly meetings, Thursday evenings.

Exeter Beekeepers

'The Club holds a number of photographic activities throughout the year, including weekly meetings ... each Thursday evening between September and June, plus a range of photographic workshops and "field trips" locally and abroad.'

Exeter Camera Club

'Members can attend the bi-monthly meetings to listen to a variety of expert speakers on different aspects of Exeter's long history ... All talks are on the second Thursday of alternate months (February, April, June, August, October & December). All meetings start at 7 pm.'

Category Exeter
Exeter Local History Society

Meets '2nd Wednesday 7:30 pm most months'.

Exeter Philosophy Circle

Usually held early October.

Exeter Poetry Festival

'The Group normally meets ... on Friday evenings from September to May. The meetings start promptly at 7.30 pm and finish at 9.45 pm.'

Exmouth Photo Group

Occasional lectures organized by the Ford Park Cemetery Trust.

Category Cemeteries
Ford Park Cemetery

'Runs a programme of community events at the Global Centre in Exeter ... Most are free and registration is not required unless you choose to show your interest.'

Global Centre, The
Also indexedDevon Development Education

Free gallery talks.

Category Art Galleries
Harbour House

'We have about 120 members and hold regular meetings, usually on the 1st Saturday of the month, starting at 1.45 pm.'

Hardy Plant Society - Devon

ALERT ‘Meetings were held in the Church Rooms, on the 3rd Thursday in the month, starting at 7:30pm. We are now looking for someone in the area to run the meetings. We have a number of speakers who are able to give interesting talks. All we are looking for is someone willing to arrange the meetings.‘

Category Tiverton
Hemyock History Group

Monthly meetings, Tuesday evenings.

Historical Association - Exeter

All meetings start at 7.00 pm, days vary: 'This is a joint programme in collaboration with the History Department at the University of Plymouth.'

Historical Association - Plymouth

Meets 'fortnightly, on Friday evenings from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm from mid-September to the end of May. We are a small club with members having a wide range of abilities and interests. We try to cater for all tastes, with speakers on various aspects of photography, together with sessions giving informal tuition and advice. Besides holding our own internal photographic competitions, we also participate in inter-club competitions. New members of all ages are always welcome'.

Honiton Camera Club

'Lectures are held on the Second Tuesday of each month starting at 2.00 pm except the September Study Day.'

Category The Arts Society
Honiton Decorative and Fine Arts Society

Organize 'a varied programme of events in locations across the region including site visits, lectures and social events from South West Cornwall to North Devon'. Enquire about attendance.

Institution of Engineering and Technology - Devon and Cornwall
International Agatha Christie Festival

'Meetings are held at 7.30 pm ... on the first, second and fourth Tuesdays in the month, except for near holidays and in summer.'

Ivybridge and District Camera Club

Organize every few months a 'day conference with morning coffee, buffet lunch, afternoon tea and two lectures'.

Jane Austen Society - South West

'Meetings are held most Thursdays during the season starting at 7.30 pm.'

Kingsbridge & Distrct Camera Club

'Most meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7.00 pm.' ALERT At Review, I could no longer discover a programme of events for the Kingsbridge History Society - the body originally referenced here. So I have used the Record to cite the Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum, which organizes lectures and talks, from time to time.

Kingsbridge Cookworthy Museum
Also indexedKingsbridge History Society

Monthly meetings, Thursday evenings. ALERT Latest programme found at Review was for 2016.

Kingston Local History Society

Quarterly evening meetings.

Category Torquay
Marldon Local History Group

Monthly winter meetings, Friday evenings.

Mid Devon Natural History Society, The

'Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month ... starting at 7.30 pm.'

Moretonhampstead History Society

Winter talks programme: 'Subject to available seating, non-members are welcome to our meetings and talks for a small charge of £1.50 (£1 for members) which includes tea and biscuits'.

National Trust Support - Axe Valley

'In the winter months we hold a monthly series of interesting talks ... on Saturday afternoons. A nominal charge is made to help cover cost of speaker, hire of music room and includes tea and biscuits ... As a National Trust member, you are entitled and most welcome to join us. We hope to make you feel part of a very friendly like-minded group of people in your area.'

National Trust Support - Exeter and District

'There are walks and illustrated talks on a variety of subjects; other events include lunches, coffee mornings, a Summer Fair, concerts and bar skittles ... We welcome new members. To join, you must first be a member of the National Trust, or hold a current Volunteer Card.'

National Trust Support - South Hams

'Weekly meetings are held on Tuesdays at 7.30 pm ... from the beginning of September through to the end of April.'

Newton Abbot Photographic Club

A programme of talks each year has been organized by the Friends of the MuseumALERT ’Please note that the museum is now closed and will re-open in late 2019 or early 2020 following our relocation project to the centre of Newton Abbot.’

Newton Abbot Town & GWR Museum

Lectures 'are usually on the second Monday of each month (except in July and August) at 7.30 pm and are held in the Donald Barber Lecture Theatre at the Observatory. Members of the public are welcome'.

Norman Lockyer Observatory
Also indexedSouth West Astronomy Fair
North Devon Archaeological Society

'Regular NDA meetings are free to members and are at 8 pm on the second Wednesday of each month ... Non-members are also welcome at a fee of £4.00. A buffet supper beforehand (usually at 7pm) is at a special member rate of £5.95.'

Category Art Societies
North Devon Arts

'Meets at 19.45 on the first Wednesday of every month ... If you live in the North Devon area and want to come and meet the crowd, share a cuppa and listen to talks given by members on a wealth of subjects, wander along to a meeting – you don't have to be a member to see if it's for you.... Most meetings comprise a short talk followed by a main talk.'

North Devon Astronomical Society

'We are a small friendly club. We welcome visitors ... Every other Monday evening at 7.30 pm ... Between September and May.'

Category Okehampton
Okehampton Photographic Group
Also indexedOkehampton Camera Club

Occasional evening talks.

Otter Valley Association

Monthly meetings, Tuesday evenings.

Otterton Garden Club

'We run 10 meetings a year where specialists address members on topics of varied interest.'

Ottery St Mary Heritage Society

'Meets each Monday from September to May ... Meetings start at 7.30, with the night's event lasting two hours or so with a break for tea or coffee.'

Paignton Photographic Club

‘We want to ensure that the garden plants we know and love today survive for future generations to enjoy. At the heart of our enterprise are the 40 National Plant Collections®, from Agapanthus to Veltheimia. Our collection holders are keen to share their knowledge and enthusiasm for plant conservation ... We welcome new members of all ages and offer a varied programme of events including workshops and exclusive visits to private gardens.’

Category Plant Heritage
Plant Heritage - Devon

'Winter lectures are held on Monday evenings at 7.00 pm.'

Category Plymouth
Plymouth & District Archaeological Society

'Society meetings are held on the second Friday of each month and are free for members. Visitors are very welcome (£2).'

Plymouth Astronomical Society

Organize a variety of events, including: Lectures and talks 'Fortnightly on Tuesday afternoons and some Thursday evenings. These cover a wide range of subjects, some being of local interest. Occasionally the Thursday lectures are preceded by a meal.'; The pleasure of books 'An informal gathering of members who enjoy books, talking about books and listening to talks on books. We share those we have enjoyed and sometimes follow a theme.'; Discussions 'Wednesday afternoons, monthly. A wide range of relevant subjects are discussed. Controversial politics and religion are avoided.' Arrangements vary: check details - but: 'All members are free to attend any or all activities ... Non-members may attend Tuesday afternoon & Thursday evening lectures, £2.'

Plymouth Athenaeum, The

Main series of weekly lunchtime talks plus special events from time to time: 'Unless stated, all talks begin at 1.10 pm and last for up to 45 minutes ... All our talks require a ticket.' ALERT 'Please note that Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery’s building is closed so development work for the "The Box"can take place ... Will open as the flagship building for the Mayflower 400 commemorations in spring 2020.'

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
Also indexedPlymouth City Council

Established 2007: ‘Our aim is to participate in, influence and shape where possible the built and natural environment in Plymouth in terms of urban design, planning, architecture, heritage, open spaces, infrastructure and connectivity ... General meetings are held every quarter ... Meetings are FREE to attend and open to all (members and non-members alike) who are interested in civic and related matters ... There is usually a short talk given by a visitor on a matter of civic or related interest’.

Plymouth Civic Society

Occasional meetings: Events Programme can include gatherings of Plymouth Skeptics in the Pub, as well as of some related organizations.

Plymouth Humanists

'Meetings held on the second Wednesday of the month feature guest speakers covering a wide range of topics, often postcard–related, and regular displays of members’ collections.' ALERT At Review, Website originally cited here was not accessible. There is a Facebook Page; but no recent Postings therein. However, the Club was still listed on the Website of the Postcard Traders' Association, so I have referenced this, pro tem.

Category Plymouth
Plymouth Postcard Collectors' Club

'Regular meetings include talks from members, lectures in conjunction with Plymouth University with whom we work in close partnership, a Reading Group and the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group. We are also actively involved with Heritage Day and Local Study Days. Our main purpose is to promote literature in the Plymouth area and occasional trips to other places of interest such as the Bodleian Library are also encouraged.'

Category Plymouth
Plymouth Proprietary Library

Meets 'on the second Tuesday of each month commencing at 7.30 pm'.

Plympton Fuchsia and Geranium Group

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  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)