Nearby: Bath


Visits to the Website830

Monthly afternoon meetings.

Views of 'Full' Record1193


Visits to the Website958

'During the winter months, the Society holds a series of lectures ... Each lecture ... begins at 7.30 pm, with an admission charge of £2 for members ... and £4 for the general public, which includes light refreshments.'

Also indexedBACAS
Views of 'Full' Record2349


Visits to the Website841

'A full programme of events is arranged each year with Summer meetings focusing on inspecting the on-site hives and Winter evening meetings being held inside our new Teaching Apiary.'

Views of 'Full' Record2168


Visits to the Website1466

Held Late September/Early October.

Views of 'Full' Record1205


Visits to the Website723

'Most of our meetings takes the form of a lecture which is always very professional, up-to-date and invariably entertaining. The lectures are variable and given by geologists from University Departments or from industry. We hold regular field meetings and there is usually an annual field-weekend in an agreeable locality ... Everyone is welcome - come and join us!'

Views of 'Full' Record1315


Visits to the Website900

'Indoor meetings - monthly from September through to April': Tuesday afternoons and evenings.

Also indexedBath Nats
Views of 'Full' Record2396


Visits to the Website480

'We are a discussion group of friendly and intelligent people who enjoy wrestling with philosophical topics, aiming for a poor-man's Olympia Academy or Cambridge Apostles! Promoting exchange through examination and reasoned argument, members shouldn't be averse to a little amateur scholarship. Different views - especially the unorthodox - are welcome but do expect to justify, critique, be critiqued and engage analytically with the ideas of others.'

Views of 'Full' Record950


Visits to the Website780

'Meetings start at 7.30 pm each Tuesday between September and June.'

Views of 'Full' Record1030


Visits to the Website1029

'Welcome to the learning website of the Bath Preservation Trust. Here you will find details of all future events across our museums, our education programme for schools, online learning resources and much more ... Events are run throughout the year at the Trust’s four museums ...'

Named Lectures & TalksBath Architects Lecture Series
Also indexedNo 1 Royal Crescent | Building of Bath Collection | Beckfords Tower | Herschel Museum of Astronomy
Views of 'Full' Record1210


Visits to the Website1199

Extensive programme of talks and related events: 'All our talks are open to the public, as are most of our exhibitions. We try to keep entry charges to a minimum - exhibitions are normally free, and you can hear a world-class scientist or author talk about their subject for £4. Even better value is to become a member ...'

Views of 'Full' Record2305


Visits to the Website894

'Antiquity at BRLSI is a research, discussion and lecture group. We are primarily interested in the history, literature, art and archaeology of the Graeco-Roman world, but we are also interested in other ancient civilisations and in the cultural uses of antiquity up to the present day.'

Views of 'Full' Record1108


Visits to the Website1623

This Group seems no longer to be meeting.

Views of 'Full' Record2367


Visits to the Website570

Monthly evening meetings, usually Fridays.

Views of 'Full' Record900


Visits to the Website1204

Monthly meetings, Monday evenings.

Views of 'Full' Record847


Visits to the Website773

Occasional talks.

Also indexedBath Spa University
Views of 'Full' Record925


Visits to the Website969

'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.'

Views of 'Full' Record2728


Visits to the Website630

'We usually meet on the last Monday of the month ... Members come from all walks of life and include professional horologists, skilled hobbyists and complete beginners. If you have an interest in any aspect of clocks or watches you are most welcome to come along to meetings. BHI membership is encouraged but you don't have to be a BHI Member to attend and can be assured of an enjoyable evening in a relaxed atmosphere with like-minded people.'

Views of 'Full' Record2566


Visits to the Website1488

'Second Monday of the month.'

Also indexedBath Science Café
Views of 'Full' Record1902


Visits to the Website653

'Our meetings usually involve a talk with slides, many given by Members themselves (several of our Members lecture to other Societies around the country) but we also have outside speakers at some meetings ... Visitors and new Members are always welcome so why not take a look at our Programme page and join us one day?'

Views of 'Full' Record970


Visits to the Website578

Have offered monthly lectures on 'Sport and Fashion', Wednesday afternoon at 2 pm.

Views of 'Full' Record837


Visits to the Website776

'All meetings will begin at 7.30 pm on the fourth Thursday of the month (except December).'

Views of 'Full' Record2851


Visits to the Website1097

Occasional talks.

Views of 'Full' Record749


Visits to the Website729

Winter monthly evening talks, usually Thursdays: 'All evening meetings will now be held afloat on board the Bristol Cruising Club`s barge Sabrina, lying adjacent to Redcliffe bridge in Bristol City Docks'.

Views of 'Full' Record1024


Visits to the Website996

Usually held mid-September.

Also indexedJane Austen Centre
Views of 'Full' Record1444


Visits to the Website556

'A series of popular science lectures held at the University of Bath. The lectures aim to inspire young scientists from local schools and the undergraduate community, as well as engage the general public and academics in interesting scientific topics ... The lectures run on Wednesday afternoons at 4.15 pm and are free to attend for staff, students, and members of the local community alike.' ALERT This Series no longer seems to be offered, as such - though 'Chemistry' Lectures can be included in the University's Public Lectures offerings.

Also indexedUniversity of Bath | Department of Chemistry
Views of 'Full' Record767


Visits to the Website782

'“Book Lovers Unite!” events replace standard author readings with longer, richer, more interactive themed literary evenings, where we share our love and enthusiasm for books. They involve an author talk, discussion of other literature around the event theme, delicious food and themed music from Mr B’s supergroup “The Bookshop Band”. Tickets are £14 (or £25 for any 2). All events take place in our gorgeous shop in Bath. Numbers are strictly limited, so do book early to avoid missing out!"

Views of 'Full' Record797


Visits to the Website736

Occasional lunchtime and evening lectures.

Named Lectures & TalksAnnual Michael Cross Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record798


Visits to the Website701

Evening lectures, fourth Wednesday in the month; Afternoon lectures, 2nd Wednesday in the month.

Views of 'Full' Record1203


Visits to the Website423

'Talks and lectures on a variety of subjects are provided throughout the year at both public and private events ...'

Also indexedBath & North East Somerset Council
Views of 'Full' Record734


Visits to the Website736

'A full programme of Events covering Indoor Meetings and Field Trips near and far, is up and running - we are trying to get the website to display them all !'

Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds
Views of 'Full' Record898


Visits to the Website638

'Welcome to the online home of the Bath Skeptics in the Pub events, designed with the rational people in Bath and the rural surroundings in mind! Our events are open to everybody, no matter what your personal beliefs and opinions on a subject are. We do, however, operate a strict no heckling policy. Entry to "Bath Skeptics in the Pub" events is based on a suggested donation of £3. All donations help fund speakers travel costs and allow the comittee to bring in speakers from further afield for future events.'

Views of 'Full' Record860


Visits to the Website95

'The Arts Society Bath promotes its aims through lectures, (nine per season running from October to June), on fine and decorative arts in the widest sense and through Special Interest Days, as well as visits and trips away. We also promote arts for the young through Young Arts and the not so young in Community Arts. Our members are also involved in other volunteering activities such as Church Recording and Heritage Volunteers.'

Views of 'Full' Record141


Category:Drama & Theatre
Visits to the Website564

Occasional talks and lectures and related events.

Views of 'Full' Record1038


Visits to the Website909

'Our lively, all-year-round events programme provides readers and authors with the opportunity to meet and chat within the convivial surroundings of our hand-crafted bookcases.'

Views of 'Full' Record724


Visits to the Website1010

Programme 'includes the following lectures to which members of the general public, staff and students are all very welcome ...'.

Online Lectures & Talks

Public Lecture Podcast 'These podcasts from the University of Bath's public lecture series feature leading names from the worlds of science, humanities and engineering talking about the latest research in their field. The podcasts are downloaded around 250,000 times a year by people in 50 countries. The University won the European Excellence Award for its podcasts in 2007.'

Views of 'Full' Record2678


Visits to the Website765

'The major annual event for the Society is the William Herschel Lecture. This is held close to March 13th, commemorating Herschel's famous discovery of Uranus from the gardens of 19 New King Street in 1781. A distinguished scientist, usually an astronomer, is invited to deliver the lecture which is chaired by the President. A joint public lecture is given during the winter with the University of Bath. The Society collaborates with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (BRLSI) in the 'Herschel Discussion Group' which meets on the first Friday evening of each month. This group arranges lectures, discussions, exhibitions and visits and forms part of the Society's educational outreach. The Society also arranges a course of lectures on Modern Astronomical Discoveries held on Saturday mornings during the Autumn.'

Also indexedBath Astronomers
Views of 'Full' Record1324

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