A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Region: London

'We meet every month, usually on the fourth Thursday of the month (the December meeting will generally be on the third Thursday). Meetings start no earlier than 7.30 pm and end before 10.00 pm.'

Orpington Astronomical Society

Winter programme, usually 2nd Saturday afternoon in the month.

Orpington Field Club

'Pages of Hackney invites you to a series of readings, discussions, debates, screenings, art exhibitions, performances and parties ... These events are well-attended so do rsvp ... to ensure your place.'

Category Bookshops
Pages of Hackney

Offer the Panizzi Lectures 'An annual lecture series, held in the British Library, focused around an aspect of historical bibliography or the history of the book, which combines scholarly content with an aim to advance public understanding of the subject.' Usually held in the Autumn.

Panizzi Foundation, The
Also indexedBritish Library

Occasional evening talks and related events.

Category Art Societies
Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art

Include within their programme of events occasional lectures which might be open to the public. Enquire about attendance.

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology
Also indexedUK Parliament

'The Pears Institute runs a range of events through the year. We host conferences and symposia for scholars and hold lecture series and round-table discussions that are open to everyone. Our public events run October to June.'

Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism
Named Lectures & TalksPears Foundation | Wiener Library
Also indexedBirkbeck University of London

Usually held mid-November.

Peckham Literary Festival
Also indexedReview Bookshop | Persepolis

'We hold frequent meetings and arrange guided tours and walks of interesting parts of the area, sometimes linked with an illustrated talk.'

Peckham Society, The

Author Lunch Talks and related events, including the Annual Persephone Lecture.

Category Publishers
Persephone Books

'An occasional lecture series which aims to invite a range of speakers to give their views on current events in HE.'

Perspectives in Education [Imperial]
Also indexedImperial College London | Educational Development Unit

'The Friends hold lectures, special events and social occasions throughout the year ... Lectures: non-members welcome.'

Category Egypt
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, The
Also indexedUCL

'Offering insights into the Orchestra and its performers and repertoire, Pre-concert Talks are available at many venues across the country, giving audiences the chance to meet conductors, soloists and Philharmonia Orchestra musicians, or to explore the music with expert speakers. Pre-Concert talks are free to attend, although in certain venues you may need a ticket for the main evening concert.'

Category Music & Dance
Philharmonia Orchestra

'PhilSoc usually holds seven meetings each academic year, in October, November, January, February, March, May and June (AGM). At most meetings, a full paper is read; other meetings take the format of a thematic symposium ... Membership is open to all and entitles members to attend meetings and receive the Society's publications.'

Philological Society, The

Philosophy for All is an association open to everyone interested in philosophy ... We organise monthly lectures at Kant’s Cave ... The idea of using the function room of a pub for our philosophy meetings is that we would like to combine serious philosophical activity with an informal exchange of ideas and views. We therefore invite everybody to stay on after the lectures for more talk and debate.‘

Category Camden
Philosophy For All
Also indexedKant’s Cave

'The Photographers' Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. From the latest emerging talent, to historical archives and established artists - we are the place to see photography in all its forms.'  Wide-ranging series of talks, seminars and other events.

Photographers' Gallery, The

'Meetings held on Mondays at 8 pm.'

Pinner Camera Club

'Meetings are normally held on the first Thursday of the month, September to May, ... at 8 pm.'

Pinner Local History Society

'Meets usually on the first Tuesday of each month (except August) at 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm start ... Visitors are most welcome to attend any of the meetings.'

Pinner Philatelic Society

Regular events: 'All events are free, and open to the general public'. Typically: 'Places at this event are limited - to reserve a place please email ...’  'Policy Exchange is an independent, non-partisan educational charity. We work with academics and policy makers from across the political spectrum. We are particularly interested in free market and localist solutions to public policy questions.'

Policy Exchange

Range of Events: 'If you are interested in attending any of our events, then please e-mail ... Places are limited at events with an asterisk ... Individual subscribers receive ... advance notice of all our events: invitations to flagship lectures, conferences and receptions ...'

Politeia

‘Reveals the surprising and fascinating story of the first social network and makes our extraordinary collections available and enjoyable for all. From interactive galleries to an immersive subterranean rail ride, modern research facilities to a wide-range of learning activities, The Postal Museum offers something for everyone, from all backgrounds and of all ages.’

Category Social History
Postal Museum, The

'Processwork is awareness based. Its methods allow us to perceive the creative nature of processes, even within apparently very disturbing and complex situations ...'

Processwork UK

'The Trust offers lectures on various Platonic subjects around the UK ... Lectures under the direct aegis of the Trust tend to be given in the autumn and spring ...' Lecture series also given in Bristol.

Category Philosophy
Prometheus Trust, The

Usually held late June/early July.

Category Barnet
Proms at St Jude's Literary Weekend

'Meetings October to March @ 8:00 pm.'

Purley Literary Society

Searchable programme includes details of Evening Lectures and other happenings covering: culture, history, literature, music, politics & current affairs, travel, etc. Best to book, modest charge.

Category Russia
Pushkin House
Named Lectures & TalksGB-Russia Society

Occasional talks and related events; venues vary.

Putney Society, The

'Events at Queen Mary, University of London'.

Queen Mary, University of London
Also indexedUniversity of London

Occasional lectures within busy programme of events: 'We welcome all amateurs and beginners! - and also hope there will be plenty to interest the more advanced microscopist. So if you are interested in the microscope or microscopy why not think of joining us?'

Quekett Microscopical Club, The
Named Lectures & TalksM C Cooke Lecture | L V Martin Lecture

'Radical Anthropology brings indigenous rights activists, environmentalists, feminists and others striving for a better world together with people of all ages who just want to learn about anthropology. There is always time for questions and discussion after each talk and there are good local pubs for those wishing to socialise into the evening.'

Radical Anthropology Group
Railway & Canal Historical Society - London
Railway Correspondence and Travel Society - Croydon & South London

'In 1918 (the tercentenary of Sir Walter Raleigh's death), Sir Charles Wakefield, formerly Lord Mayor of London, offered the Academy a sum to form the nucleus of a "Raleigh Fund for History". One fruit of the endowment was the foundation of the Raleigh Lecture on History. The lecture was first delivered in 1919.'

Raleigh Lecture on History
Also indexedBritish Academy

'The donor's wishes to continue Ralph Miliband's intellectual tradition are being carried out through a combination of public lecture series and the appointment of visiting teaching fellows. These fellows also give public lectures at LSE ... The lectures are free and open to all with some events requiring a ticket so please check the individual web listing. The events generally take place in the early evening and last approximately one and a half hours, including a question and answer session.'

Ralph Miliband Programme, The
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science

'The Raphael Samuel Memorial Lecture is delivered annually by a historian of international repute.' Also: 'The RSHC has a large programme of research, teaching, and public events. We work with universities, museums, libraries, and schools, to create new forums for historical education and discussion.'

Category Social History
Raphael Samuel History Centre, The
Also indexedUniversity of East London | Birkbeck University of London | Bishopsgate Institute

Monthly public lectures, Friday evenings.

Category Westminster
Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation Trust
Named Lectures & TalksJohn Michell Memorial Lecture | Robert Cowley Memorial Lecture

Winter monthly meetings, usually Saturday afternoons.

Category Richard III
Richard III Society - London and Home Counties

'... You are welcome here. We welcome atheists, monotheists, polytheists, deists, pantheists, humanists, panentheists, henotheists ... is there an 'ist' we have missed?' ALERT The Annual New Unity's Richard Price Memorial Lecture seems last to have been given in 2016.

Category Philosophy
Richard Price Memorial Lecture

'We meet on the second Monday of each month unless it clashes with a public or bank holiday. Meetings start at 7.30 pm and guest tickets cost £5 (£6 when there is a speaker), while members pay £3 or £4. Non-members are very welcome at all our meetings.'

Richmond & Kew Quilters

'We meet each Thursday at 8.00 pm throughout the year, except in July, August and around Easter and Christmas.'

Richmond and Twickenham Photographic Society

The Society 'is mainly known for a lively programme of lectures on all aspects of archaeology on a Friday of each month from September to May'.

Richmond Archaeological Society

Monthly meetings, Monday evenings.

Richmond Local History Society, The

Meetings 'monthly at 8pm on Wednesdays ... Visitors are welcome at all our meetings'.

Richmond Scientific Society

‘A festival of books and words, tales, talks and ideas taking place across Richmond upon Thames each November.’

Richmond upon Thames Literature Festival

Has hosted regular talks. Normally: 'Entry is free but booking is essential.'

Category Romania
Romanian Cultural Centre in London

'The RNA holds its regular meetings at the New Cavendish Club in London three times a year. There is no need to book for these occasions - simply turn up and pay on the door. Meetings generally consist of a talk by a speaker from the publishing world - author, editor, publisher, agent, reviewer etc - or a Question and Answer session with an expert panel (for example an author, an editor and an agent). The business of the meeting usually lasts for an hour or so. It is followed by refreshments and a lot of catching-up chat!'

Romantic Novelists' Association

'We are a friendly camera club that meets every Wednesday at 8.00 pm ... We have monthly competitions and hold regular seminars with guest speakers/lecturers.'

Romford Camera Club

'We organise lively illustrated talks given by experts in their field. These take place on the last Wednesday of every month, except August (no meeting) and December (which is mid-month and a bit different!). Arrival is from 7.30 pm for a 7.45 pm start. We take a refreshment break midway through, and our evenings end around 9.30-10 pm.'

Rotherhithe & Bermondsey Local History Society

Wide range of events, during the day and evenings: Evening Talks; Debate Series; Free Lunchtime Lectures; Tours and Gallery Talks; and so on. Various arrangements for booking: for instance, for the Free Lunchtime Lectures: Reserve a seat ... online or by calling ... Unclaimed seats will be released at 12.50 pm on the day.

Category Art Galleries
Royal Academy of Arts

'The Academy aims to lead public debate and does this in a variety of ways. We organise a series of events and lectures at which experts from a range of engineering backgrounds give a perspective on topical issues.'

Royal Academy of Engineering, The
Named Lectures & TalksLloyd's Register Educational Trust Lecture | National Grid Lecture

Wide-ranging programme of interviews, discussions, lecture-recitals, etc. Often: 'Free, no tickets required'.

Category Music & Dance
Royal Academy of Music
Named Lectures & TalksBarbirolli Lectures | Henry Wood Lecture-Recitals
Also indexedUniversity of London

'The Society holds approximately 30 evening lectures at the London headquarters each year on a wide range of topics ... They usually begin at 18.00, with tea and coffee from 17.30, and last an hour to an hour and a half ... These events are open to everyone (members and non-members alike) at no cost.'

Royal Aeronautical Society
Named Lectures & TalksWilbur & Orville Wright Lecture | Whittle Lecture | Lindberg Lecture | Stewart Lecture | Lanchester Lecture | Sopwith Lecture | Cierva Lecture | Brabazon Lecture | Watson-Watt Lecture | Handley Page Lecture | Sir Sydney Camm Lecture | Sir James Martin Lecture | Beaumont Lecture | Edwin A Link Lecture | Ann Welch Lecture | Langley Lecture

'The Royal African Society is Britain’s prime Africa organisation. Now more than 100 years old, its in-depth, long-term knowledge of the continent and its peoples makes the Society the first stop for anyone wishing to know more.'

Category Africa
Royal African Society
Royal Anthropological Institute
Named Lectures & TalksHuxley Memorial Lecture | Henry Myers Lecture | Curl Lecture

'Every year from October to May the Institute presents a series of lectures by visiting speakers on the latest developments within its areas of interest ... Members may bring a guest ... Membership of the Institute is open to anyone interested in the work of the Institute; there are no application procedures. Membership brings many benefits: A yearly programme of free lectures ...'

Royal Archaeological Institute

'Lectures are held monthly at the Society ... All are followed by a reception. There is no charge and tickets are not normally required. Anyone wishing to attend who is not a fellow should contact the Executive Officer.'

Category Asia
Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

'The RAS hosts popular 45-minute lunchtime lectures for non-specialists. Members of the public can listen to leading scientists talk about their work ... starting at 1 pm ... "Friends of the RAS" are encouraged to reserve a seat, subject to availability, by email ... or letter up until 10 am on the day of the lecture. Seats, in the reserved area of the lecture theatre, will be kept until 1255 (when they will be released). Simply turn up before 1255 – but please do sit in the reserved, central, rows! Seats cannot be guaranteed for "Friends" who do not reserve them. However, subject to availability, they will be admitted into the non-reserved seating area or the Council Room (where the lecture will be relayed on a plasma screen). To improve your chance of a seat in the lecture theatre you should arrive before 1245. After 1245 "non-Friends" will be admitted, subject to availability, to the non-reserved seating area or the Council Room. Before 1245 "non-Friends" will be held in a queue outside the building. Please note advance seat reservation is restricted to "Friends".

Category Astronomy
Royal Astronomical Society

'Talks & Courses at Kew Gardens'.

Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

'The RCA's galleries and lecture theatres are home to a lively programme of exhibitions, events and talks. Most are free unless stated otherwise.'

Royal College of Art

'Founded in 1882, the Royal College of Music enjoys a reputation as one of the world's leading conservatoires, providing specialised musical education and professional training at the highest international level for performers, conductors and composers. Enabling students to develop musical skills, knowledge, understanding and resourcefulness which will enable them to contribute significantly to musical life in this country and internationally.’

Category Music & Dance
Royal College of Music

'As a key demonstration of its commitment to fulfilling its public benefit as a charity, the College has recently embarked on a series of free public lectures around the subjects of radiology and oncology.'

Royal College of Radiologists

Organize an evening Lecture Series: 'No advanced booking, pay on the door'.

Royal Drawing School

Public Events 'Including talks, discussions, travel events and debates, our public events aim to enrich our knowledge of the world's peoples, places and environments. Society members receive discounts on tickets, but events are open to all.'

Royal Geographical Society
Also indexedInstitute of British Geographers

'The Society promotes discussion of history by means of a full programme of public lectures.'

Royal Historical Society
Named Lectures & TalksProthero Lecture

'We usually have about two events every week going on inside the building. These might be lectures or panel debates held inside our famous Faraday Theatre, or smaller events like a cafe scientifique held in our cafe.' Some events free, some small charge, some restricted to Members.

Royal Institution of Great Britain, The
Named Lectures & TalksThe Christmas Lectures

'Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month between October and June, and are open to all.'

Royal Numismatic Society, The

Offer public lectures as part of the 'adults' programme of the Observatory and the National Maritime Museum and Queen's House, Greenwich.

Category Astronomy
Royal Observatory
Also indexedRoyal Museums Greenwich

Occasional talks and related events.

Category Drama & Theatre
Royal Opera House

'Our series of talks are organised jointly with the British Society for the History of Pharmacy. Admission is free and all are welcome ... Please contact us to put your name on the guest list.'

Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain Museum
Also indexedBritish Society for the History of Pharmacy

'The Royal Philharmonic Society is for people who love music and live music making…and who want to ensure a vibrant future for classical music. For almost 200 years we’ve played a vital role in championing talented young performers and composers and in encouraging audiences to listen - and talk about - great music.'

Category Music & Dance
Royal Philharmonic Society, The

'The Royal Society Centre for History of Science provides a unique environment in which leading historians and world-class scientists can come together to generate fresh insights into the history of science. Equally, the Centre aims to inspire those with a more general interest in the subject through a varied programme of public events.' Alert The Centre, as such, no longer seems to be delineated on the Royal Society's Website.

Category Westminster
Royal Society Centre for History of Science, The

'Meetings are held twice a month at 2 Belgrave Square and are usually comprised of an illustrated lecture by an authoritative speaker, followed by questions from the audience. Topics include current affairs, economics, finance, history, art, archaeology, sociology, culture, travel and other subjects of special interest connected with Asia ... Lectures are open to Members only, who may however normally bring one guest. Members who would like a sandwich lunch (12.30 pm) should notify the office by 2.30 pm of the last working day before the lecture.'

Category Asia
Royal Society for Asian Affairs

‘RSPH is an independent health education charity and the world’s longest-established public health body. Our vision is that everyone should have the opportunity to optimise their health and wellbeing ... RSPH membership is open to anyone working in public health ... Associate membership is for anyone interested in public health or working in a profession that has a new or growing public health element.’

Royal Society for Public Health

'RSA events are free and open to the public as well as RSA Fellows.'

Royal Society of Arts
Royal Society of Biology - London

'We run a regular programme of public events at the Chemistry Centre throughout the year including our monthly public lecture series on the first Thursday of each month. Most of these events are open to both RSC members and members of the general public, friends and families. Booking is required as the events are very popular.'

Category Chemistry
Royal Society of Chemistry

'The RSL hosts regular talks, discussions and readings ... Members of the public are also welcome to attend, and there will be up to 30 tickets for non-members at each event, which will be sold on the door on a first-come-first-served basis from 6 pm for £8 (£5 concessions).'

Royal Society of Literature
Named Lectures & TalksSkidelsky Lecture

‘A Fellowship of many of the world's most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence ... We run an exciting programme for members of the public to engage with cutting-edge science and meet outstanding scientists. Our public events programme and Summer Science Exhibition give people a chance to learn about major discoveries and discuss the implications for our world.‘

Royal Society, The

'All indoor meetings are generally held on the third Friday of each month ... Doors usually open around 7.15 pm and there is much to interest visitors in addition to the main speaker of the evening. You can book seats for forthcoming coach trips and a raffle is held during the interval. Tea and biscuits are also available. The atmosphere is friendly and informal, with an opportunity to exchange information with fellow members or seek advice from a number of experienced birdwatching members of the Committee.

Category Bexley
RSPB Bexley
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds

'Our indoor evening meetings bring you a variety of professional speakers to give illustrated talks on birding, conservation and general natural history. You can learn about new destinations and add to your understanding of how the natural world works. You'll also keep up to date with Group news and have a chance to book for outings ... Evening meetings are held at 6.45 pm ... Tea, coffee and biscuits are available from 6.15 pm. The meetings usually finish at about 8.30 pm.'

RSPB Central London
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds

'Professional speakers draw a regular audience, but there is always room for a few more. If you see a talk that interests you why not come along and bring a friend. Our meetings are open to everyone, not just RSPB members. A selection of RSPB Goods, Nuts and Seeds are on sale. Tea or Coffee and Biscuits are free.'

RSPB Croydon
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds

'Meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 7.30 pm.'

RSPB North East London
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds

'We have regular monthly indoor meetings locally from September to May and a programme of visits to local nature reserves throughout the year ... Meetings start at 8 pm.'

RSPB Pinner & District

'We have regular monthly indoor meetings locally throughout the year and have occasional day-trips to local nature reserves.'

RSPB Richmond & Twickenham
Also indexedRoyal Society for the Protection of Birds

Tuesday Talks: 'No bookings required - just turn up'.

Rudolf Steiner House

'The indoor meetings are held on the last Monday of the month from September to April with speakers covering a wide variety of subjects.'

Ruislip & District Natural History Society, The
Ruislip Central Horticultural Society
Ruislip, Northwood & Eastcote Local History Society

'The Ruskin Society, in its present form, was founded in 1997, under the chairmanship of Sir Richard Body MP, to bring together enthusiasts of the Victorian art and social critic, John Ruskin (1819-1900). The Society hosts a programme of lectures, meetings, visits and events, mostly held in London, to discuss Ruskin’s life and work. The anniversary of Ruskin’s birthday (February 8) is marked each year with a celebratory dinner and lecture, a revival of a tradition established in 1932 by an earlier Ruskin Society.'

Ruskin Society, The

Small series of Winter lectures.

Category Bexley
Ruxley Beekeepers

'Since 1986 the Society's activities have included receptions for important visitors, dinners, exhibitions, lectures and book launches.'

Saudi-British Society

Organize a wide range of events, which are often annotated 'Free and open to everyone', but advisable to check first.

Category Schools of Law
School of Law [Birkbeck]
Also indexedBirkbeck University of London

'The School of Life is a place to step back and think intelligently about central emotional concerns. You will never be cornered by dogma, but we will direct you towards a variety of ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. You will meet other curious, sociable and open-minded people in an atmosphere of exploration and enjoyment ... In our programme of Special Events, we invite great performers, speakers and thinkers to share their stories, wisdom and experience. The emphasis is always on insights into emotional and psychological life ...'

School of Life, The
School of Oriental and African Studies, The [London]
Also indexedUniversity of London

Offer occasional lectures alongside their more formal Courses, for example: 'Summer Evenings at Mandeville Place The Mandeville Place summer season of evening lectures offers good food for body, mind and spirit. They are given by senior students in the School, speaking or performing from their direct experience in making philosophy practical within their fields'.

School of Philosophy and Economic Science
School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy [Birkbeck]
Named Lectures & TalksPaul Hirst Memorial Lecture
Also indexedBirkbeck University of London

'An annual display of the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology in the UK. It is open to members of the public and is free to attend ... During the exhibition there will be several evening Panel Discussions. Hear leading experts ... We will be hosting a Café Scientifique event on each day of the exhibition ... These events provide a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas, with audience participation being actively encouraged.' Usually held late June/early July.

Science Live: The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Wide range of talks, lectures, debates, discussions and so on, including for adults: 'The Science Museum's Dana Centre is an adult-only venue that lets you explore issues in contemporary science through dialogue, interaction, performance and art whilst enjoying food and drinks in our fully-licensed café-bar.'

Science Museum
Also indexedDana Centre

Annual Lecture Series, usually held October/November. 'Numbers are strictly limited so please apply as soon as possible.'

Category Military History
Second World War Experience Centre, The

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  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. Milton Keynes
  312. Minehead
  313. Monmouth
  314. Moray
  315. Morley
  316. Morpeth
  317. Neath Port Talbot
  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)