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'The Society has currently 85 members. Its annual programme runs from October, usually with a Greek Evening in the form of a party. After a show of short films on Greece, Greek food and drinks are provided for members and the evening concludes with Greek music and dance. Subsequent meetings, usually in Room 10 New King's, University of Aberdeen, take the form of illustrated lectures. They are held at approximately monthly intervals and are followed by refreshments ...'
Staff Common Room, Arts Building, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT, West Midlandsbhamgreekclub.org.uk
'Normal meetings of the Club are held on the first Thursday of each month except in July and August ... The meeting starts at 7.30 pm for a drink, informal socializing, and when possible a chance for those interested to practise their Greek with a Greek speaker. The main event of the evening, typically an illustrated talk on some topic relevant to modern or ancient Greece or Cyprus, begins around 8 pm. Meetings finish by 10 pm.'
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Occasional lectures and related events. Events normally annotated something like: 'Free entry but please confirm attendance ... '
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'Within LSE's lively Public Lectures programme, the Hellenic Observatory contributes to the presence of Greece in Britain through a number of public lectures. Currently there are three series of annual public lectures: HO Annual Lecture, supported by the endowment of the Venizelos Chair; London Hellenic Society Lecture, funded with the support of the London Hellenic Society; Byron Theodoropoulos Lecture, funded by a grant from the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs.'
London Hellenic Society Lecture | Byron Theodoropoulos Lecture
London School of Economics and Political Science
'We are a group formed by lovers of Greece and all things Greek, meeting roughly monthly in and around Worcester, England ... Meetings are generally held on the 3rd Friday of the month - to give our members and those of the Anglo-Hellenic Club chance to attend both meetings as they are not on consecutive nights.'
'It is with genuine sadness we announce that members present at 2013 AGM voted with great regret for this year to be Worcester Ango-Hellenic Club’s last year of existence, after 19 happy years and friendships made. The main reason is that, despite our usual attractive programme, we are no longer viable due to dropping attendance, especially of regular core members. For, as part of the normal ebb and flow of things, many of us are now increasingly nomadic - and for more frequent, fairly long periods. In light of this sudden and unsustainable "attrition rate’" it was decided that the time had come to bow out gracefully with time-served dignity. This decision was made easier because of two other local societies (+ Birmingham Greek Club). Each of them already has several of us as members of at least one.'