A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

www.mgncircle.org.uk

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website914
Overview'The Circle holds a number of open meetings at venues across the territory formerly served by the line. Speakers include former railwaymen who are able to recount their memories of the old line and others who have studied aspects of its history.'
Also indexedMidland & Great Northern Joint Railway | North Norfolk Railway
Views of 'Full' Record2027

www.mailbyrail.com/mablethorpe/

Visits to the Website688
Overview'Meetings are usually held on First & Third Thursdays. Visitors and/or potential new members are always welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record1209

nwfedps.uk

Visits to the Website862
Overview'Meetings are held at ... at 7.30 pm - Mainly the 1st Monday of each month September to June.'
Views of 'Full' Record1817

maccastro.com

Visits to the Website1103
Overview'Founded in 1990, meets three times a month for a Workshop, main Lecture and Beginners class. Whether you are an armchair astronomer or a keen meteor-observer, you will find a kindred spirit within the Society ...'
Views of 'Full' Record2197

www.barnabyfestival.org.uk

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website1240
OverviewFestival usually held in June.
Views of 'Full' Record1114

www.macclesfieldcameraclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website764
Overview'Meetings are held ... on Monday evenings from 8 to 10 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1133

www.macclesfieldcanal.org.uk/mcs/meetings.htm

Visits to the Website909
Overview'Inside meetings (September to May) are normally held ... unless otherwise stated, starting at 7.45 pm. Everyone is welcome at all meetings, entry is free, including non-members.'
Views of 'Full' Record1452

www.cheshirehistory.org.uk/macclefield-hs.html

Visits to the Website1582
OverviewWinter monthly evening meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record4859

www.litandphilmacc.org.uk

Visits to the Website1174
Overview

'The society offers a series of talks and discussions on literary, philosophical, scientific and related topics. Meetings are held monthly ... during the autumn, winter and spring seasons (excluding December).'

Views of 'Full' Record2678

www.made.org.uk/events/

Visits to the Website1510
Overview

'MADE organises a wide range of events throughout the year including seminars, lectures, exhibitions, training and international delegations.'

Also indexedTalking Cities
Views of 'Full' Record1418

www.ice.cam.ac.uk/madingleylectures

Visits to the Website944
Overview'A series of free public lectures given by leading authorities in their fields.'
Online Lectures & Talks'Videos of previous Madingley Lectures are now available to watch online.'
Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge | Institute of Continuing Education
Views of 'Full' Record1327

www.oldcornwall.net

Visits to the Website1195
Overview'Meets at 7.15 pm on the third Monday of the month ... for a talk followed by a pasty supper.'
Views of 'Full' Record2485

maidenheaddps.wix.com/home

Visits to the Website1061
Overview

'Meets at 7.45 for 8.00 pm twice monthly on a Tuesday.'

Views of 'Full' Record1925

www.maidenhead-astro.net/public/Home/index

Visits to the Website1141
Overview

'Regular meetings are held on the 1st Friday of the month from 7.30 to 10.00 pm. No meetings in July or August.'

Views of 'Full' Record2295

www.maidenhead.cc/bin/view/Main/ProGramme

Visits to the Website1089
Overview

'All events are on Tuesdays at 7.45 pm ... unless otherwise shown.'

Views of 'Full' Record1743

www.maidenheadcivicsoc.org.uk

Visits to the Website978
Overview

'Generally, we have about six talks a year on topics of local and national interest.'

Views of 'Full' Record1410

www.maidstonestampemporium.com

Visits to the Website899
Overview'Meetings are from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm, September to June, every other Thursday ... Visitors and New Members are always very welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record2064

maidstonebonsaisociety.wordpress.com

Visits to the Website1054
Overview'The Maidstone Bonsai Society hold monthly meetings that you would be most welcome to attend. The club is keen to demystify and promote the art of bonsai. If you are just starting out, slightly interested or have a large collection of specimen bonsai you will have a great time at our meetings. We meet on the first Monday of each month, unless otherwise stated in the programme, at 19.30 hrs.'
Views of 'Full' Record1631

maidstonecameraclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website1042
OverviewMeets 'every Tuesday night from September through to June. The evening starts at 7.30 pm and finishes around 10 pm'.
Views of 'Full' Record1955

www.postcard.co.uk/maidstone/

Visits to the Website893
Overview'The club holds monthly meetings on the 3rd Monday of each month (unless the Monday falls into Holy Week, when it is either the 3rd Tuesday or 4th Monday) ... (They) start at 7 pm till 10 pm. Our meetings usually consist of chat and browsing dealer's stock until 8 pm, when the main business of the evening commences. The minutes of the previous meeting are read, and new announcements made. Our presenter for the evening then takes the floor until about 9.15 pm, and then more chat and buying until the end of the evening. Refreshments are served during the evening.'
Views of 'Full' Record1630

www.mfo.cnrs.fr

Category:France
Visits to the Website1270
Overview

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

Also indexedUniversity of Oxford
Views of 'Full' Record1806

www.malagosociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website1328
Overview

'Meetings ... are held monthly from September to May, on the fourth Tuesday of the month ... at 7.45 pm.'

Views of 'Full' Record1737

www.mvcg.org.uk

Visits to the Website858
Overview

'Meet on the third Monday of the month, at 2.00 pm.'

Views of 'Full' Record1430

www.mchs.org.uk

Visits to the Website849
Overview'A huge effort goes into organising the Talks and the Shows for members. But remember the talks are open to anyone who wishes to attend ... All talks take place ... from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. Tea/Coffee and biscuits are available in the interval. A Raffle is held.'
Views of 'Full' Record1772

www.kirkbymalham.info

Visits to the Website964
Overview'Regular monthly meetings are held ... usually on the evening of the third Thursday of each month ... commencing at 8 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1490

www.malpascheshire.org/community-links/malpas-field-club.html

Visits to the Website736
Overview

Monthly meetings, Wednesday evenings.

Views of 'Full' Record2224

www.malverncivicsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website779
Overview'We hold monthly public meetings with speakers on a variety of subjects ranging from local/regional history to matters of cultural or environmental interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record1969

www.mfhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1178
Overview'Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except August when there is no meeting) ... The doors open at 7.00 pm and the meetings start at 7.30 pm with refreshments available.'
Views of 'Full' Record1638

www.open-lectures.co.uk/Garden-Horticulture-Societies/

Visits to the Website644
Overview

'The club usually meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month, with talks in January, February, March and April, and then in September, October and November. However, the February and October dates may need to change depending on the school's half term dates ... Meetings start at 7.30 pm, finish by 9.30 pm.' Alert At Review, I could not find any details of future meetings of the Society.

Views of 'Full' Record1554

www.malvernmuseum.co.uk

Visits to the Website523
OverviewProgrammme of Lectures and Talks, some organized by the Friends of Malvern Museum.
Views of 'Full' Record982

www.mammal.org.uk

Visits to the Website547
Views of 'Full' Record813

www.mlfhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website437
OverviewComposite list of the Meetings of the various Sections of the Society.
Views of 'Full' Record856

www.mlfhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website658
Overview

Meets '1st Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm'.

Also indexedBolton Family History Society
Views of 'Full' Record1581

mlfhs.org.uk/index.php

Visits to the Website481
Overview'Meetings are held on the second Monday in each month (except for Bank Holidays) ... Meetings start at 1.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record752

www.mlfhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website458
OverviewMeets monthly, Saturday afternoons; no meetings in July and August.
Views of 'Full' Record1847

www.manchesteraps.org/index.html

Visits to the Website734
Overview'We meet every Tuesday evening at our club rooms in South Manchester, right through the year, starting at 7.45 pm and all newcomers are welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record2183

www.maes.org.uk

Category:Egypt
Visits to the Website549
Overview'MAES, as our members affectionately know it, organises an annual lecture programme for members. Well-known Egyptologists have always been included in the list of our speakers, but we have always encouraged our own members to provide lectures and talks on their own specialist subjects. Many of our members have gone on to become established lecturers in their own right and now give talks to other Egyptian societies in the UK. Lectures begin at 7.45 pm prompt, but you can come along from 6.30 pm onwards and talk to other members.'
Views of 'Full' Record1084

www.manchestergalleries.org/whats-on/

Category:Art Galleries
Visits to the Website795
Overview'We hold regular talks, tours and workshops, designed to enhance your enjoyment of our exhibitions and support your learning journey.' Includes Art Bites and Art History Basics.
Also indexedManchester City Council
Views of 'Full' Record842

www.mae.uk.com

Visits to the Website522
OverviewWinter programme of monthly meetings - usually Tuesday evenings. Associate Membership is open to 'a person who has a practicing interest in engineering but who does not fulfil the other requirements of full membership'.
Views of 'Full' Record1349

www.manastro.co.uk

Visits to the Website540
Overview'Members meet every Thursday at the Godlee Observatory (except when a public lecture is taking place and during Christmas/New Year week), when slide shows, digital image shows, informal talks and occasional 'workshops' take place. Of course the telescopes are also used, weather permitting. On the third Thursday of the month, from October to March, a free public lecture is held at a venue in the centre of Manchester ... commencing at 7.30 pm. Non-members are most welcome. The prestigious Kopal Lecture is given annually by an astronomer from the University of Manchester's Department of Astronomy or Radio Astronomy in honour of an old friend, the late Emeritus Professor Zdenek Kopal, Manchester's first Professor of Astronomy.'
Named Lectures & TalksKopal Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record2047

www.mbbcs.org.uk

Visits to the Website867
OverviewMonthly evening meetings: 'Why not come along and join us? You will receive a warm welcome, have a chat with other canal enthusiasts, and have a cuppa. If you would like an alcoholic drink, please bring your own.'
Views of 'Full' Record952

www.alc.manchester.ac.uk/history/research/centres/

Visits to the Website683
Overview

'Membership is open to anyone interested in Anglo-Saxon Studies and all are welcome to attend our meetings, which are free (Conferences are chargeable, but even here MANCASS gives excellent value, providing first-class speakers and offering comfortable accommodation). There is also no membership fee for joining MANCASS. ' Hold the annual Toller Lecture, usually in the Spring. Alert The Centre is 'no longer producing work', but its 'legacy lives on in our historical teaching and research'.

Views of 'Full' Record2140

www2.mmu.ac.uk/hpp/mcrh/

Category:England
Visits to the Website769
Overview

Link to information about the Friends of the Centre: 'Launched in 2003, we complement the aims and activities of the Manchester Centre for Regional History. With our regular presentations and talks, guided walks and visits, we offer a friendly and stimulating focus for people of all backgrounds who share a passion for research into their localities and region. The Friends’ regular informal meetings are held at the University’s campus on Oxford Road, Manchester, and we look forward to providing you with a warm welcome'.

Also indexedManchester Metropolitan University
Views of 'Full' Record1167

www.manca.org.uk/index.html

Visits to the Website771
Overview'Our most obvious activity is the meeting we organise once a month (except in high summer) when we have informative and entertaining speakers to talk about nautical matters. A look at our programme for this year and the reports on past speakers will give you some idea of the range of topics we cover ...'
Views of 'Full' Record1229

www.manchesterfieldclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website518
OverviewWinter monthly talks, normally second Saturday, commencing at 7 pm.
Views of 'Full' Record1736

www.manchester.talktalk.net/fuchsiasociety/prog.htm

Visits to the Website642
Overview'All normal meetings are held ... third Monday of the month starting at 7.45 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1179

www.mangeogsoc.org.uk/lectures.htm

Visits to the Website814
Overview'The Society offers 16 free lectures at Cross Street Chapel in Manchester on Tuesdays in October, November, February and March, starting at 1 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record2603

www.mangeolassoc.org.uk/indoormeetings.htm

Visits to the Website896
OverviewMonthly meetings, Saturday afternoons or Wednesday evenings.
Named Lectures & TalksBroadhurst Lectures
Views of 'Full' Record2051

mgs.org/upcoming-events

Visits to the Website801
Overview

Have organized several Named Lectures and related events which can be 'open to the public'. Enquire about attendance.

Views of 'Full' Record1473

www.manchesterhistoriesfestival.org.uk

Category:Social History
Visits to the Website909
Overview'A range of activity will take place across the City, and parts of Greater Manchester, over the ten days involving diverse groups and organisations ... Open to the general public, a range of activties from talks, exhibitions, film screenings, peformances and tours will create a celebratory atmosphere ...' Latest Dates 2016 ...
Also indexedUniversity of Manchester | Manchester Metropolitan University | Manchester City Council
Views of 'Full' Record1126

www.mif.co.uk

Category:Arts Festivals
Visits to the Website427
OverviewBiennial Festival, latest 2015.
Views of 'Full' Record687

www.manchesterjewishmuseum.com/whats-on

Visits to the Website568
OverviewOccasional lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record714

www.manlitphil.co.uk

Visits to the Website1064
Overview'Meetings are usually held weekly from October to May and there is a programme of lectures by people distinguished in their particular fields of interest. Following the lecture, supper is normally available for members when there is an opportunity to meet fellow members and the lecturer ... Most of the lectures organised by the Lit and Phil are open to the public free of charge (although donations are always welcome). Lectures usually last for one hour. Occasionally seating capacity can be limited so we always advise non-members to check our website, or 'phone the office for the latest information. This also ensures that you are aware of any changes to venues or times.'
Named Lectures & TalksCardwell Lecture | Courtauld Lecture | Dalton Lecture | Kilburn Lecture | Manchester Lecture | McCurdy Lecture | Percival Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record3867

www.manchesterliteraturefestival.co.uk

Visits to the Website904
OverviewUsually held mid-October.
Views of 'Full' Record733

www.mmu.ac.uk

Visits to the Website601
Overview'Current Events'.
Views of 'Full' Record954

www.manchestermicroscopical.org.uk/mmsmtg.html

Visits to the Website496
Overview'The Society was founded nearly 130 years ago to provide for the pursuits of those interested in microscopy and natural history. Today it has around 300 members and provides regular meetings where talks are given by amateurs or professionals and members can provide exhibits, exchange gossip, just keep in touch, use the library or buy small goods.'
Views of 'Full' Record877

www.mcrmilhist.org.uk

Visits to the Website687
Overview

'Each month we have a speaker on a military related subject followed by a discussion around that subject or related topics. Many of our speakers are published authors and professional historians ... All are welcome and there is a small admission charge of £3 per lecture.'

Named Lectures & TalksPaddy Griffith Memorial Lecture
Also indexedSouth Manchester Tactical Society
Views of 'Full' Record1527

www.mmrs.org.uk

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website546
Overview'Home of the world's longest running model railway exhibition, this year is our 75th ... Two new layouts where you can learn new skills ... Four established layouts, library, workshop ... come and see for yourself.'
Views of 'Full' Record1606

www.museum.manchester.ac.uk

Visits to the Website677
Overview

Wide-ranging programme of lectures and talks, often within the Museum Meets initiative. Talks are usually either in the Museum's Café or its Discovery Centre.

Also indexedUniversity of Manchester | Museum Meets
Views of 'Full' Record1101

www.sites.google.com/site/mcrorganicgardeners/

Visits to the Website594
OverviewMonthly afternoon meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record900

www.mrias.co.uk

Visits to the Website552
OverviewMeetings once per month, Friday evenings: 'Visitors are very welcome'.
Views of 'Full' Record1512

www.manchestersalon.org.uk

Category:Salons
Visits to the Website791
OverviewEvening meetings: 'Please arrive around 6.30 pm for a prompt 6.45 pm start - expected to finish around 8.15 pm. Tickets are (£5/£3), and as space is limited, they should be booked online ... or by Emailing'. Also list related events.
Named Lectures & TalksFirst Tuesday Current Affairs Forum
Views of 'Full' Record909

www.manchestersciencefestival.com

Visits to the Website1163
OverviewUsually held late October/early November.
Views of 'Full' Record755

www.manstatsoc.org

Visits to the Website624
Overview'Meetings ... start at 5.45 pm; tea and coffee are available from 5.20 pm. At each meeting an invited speaker will give a talk on a subject of economic or social interest and then there will be questions and discussion.'
Views of 'Full' Record1015

www.manchestercathedral.org/feed-your-mind/manchester-theological-society

Visits to the Website590
Overview'All meetings ... are held in the nave of the Cathedral, beginning at 7 pm unless otherwise specified ... Everyone is welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record1399

www.mwrc.ac.uk

Category:Christianity
Visits to the Website915
OverviewDetails of 'the MWRC Lecture, an annual major scholarly event in Manchester which includes a paper read by one or more of the Fellows of the Centre'. Enquire about attendance - and to other events which might be open to all.
Named Lectures & TalksMWRC Annual Lecture
Also indexedNazarene Theological College
Views of 'Full' Record1008

manxbirdlife.im

Visits to the Website915
OverviewMonthly winter evening meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record1084

www.maphistory.info/warburgprog.html

Visits to the Website721
Views of 'Full' Record788

www.marchmuseum.co.uk

Visits to the Website531
Overview

'All meetings will be held in St Peter’s Church Hall (opposite the Museum) on Friday evenings starting at 7.30 pm, unless otherwise stated. Admission is £3.00 but for Members of the Museum Society the charge is £2.00. Refreshments are included.'

Views of 'Full' Record681

www.marchcameraclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website520
Overview'We are a small and friendly Club based near the town centre meeting ... at 7.30 pm every Thursday from the beginning of September to the end of April.'
Views of 'Full' Record819

www.themarchsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website443
Overview'We are involved in conservation and preservation and have monthly meetings where speakers are invited to talk on subjects related to the past, present or future of March and the surrounding area.'
Views of 'Full' Record706

www.marchamsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website512
Overview'We arrange eight evening meetings each year with talks by guest speakers or members ... Meetings take place ... starting at 7.45 pm. Everyone is welcome but there is a charge of £2 for non-members.'
Views of 'Full' Record993

margaretrope.wordpress.com

Category:Arts & Crafts
Visits to the Website293
Overview

Can feature details of lectures and talks about "Marga", one of the great "Later Arts & Crafts Movement" stained-glass artists, her main career being from 1910-1930. Her works can be seen in churches across three continents, and in museums in America.

Views of 'Full' Record966

www.margatecivicsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website735
OverviewMonthly evening lectures.
Views of 'Full' Record1104

www.maritimearchaeologytrust.org

Visits to the Website776
OverviewOccasional lectures and talks open to the public.
Also indexedHampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology
Views of 'Full' Record927

www.markenfield.com

Visits to the Website632
OverviewOccasional lectures and related events.
Views of 'Full' Record774

www.naturespot.org.uk/content/market-bosworth-district-natural-history-society

Visits to the Website1556
OverviewWinter meetings are 'held on the third Tuesday of the month at 7.30 pm'. Unfortunately the Leicestershire Villages Website has closed. You MAY be able to contact the Society via the replacement Website Link I have given.
Views of 'Full' Record1296

www.marketharboroughhistoricalsociety.org

Visits to the Website557
Overview'Monthly lecture meetings are held September to May, on the second Wednesday at 7.45 pm (doors open 7.00 pm) ... Visitors are welcome and will be charged £3 each per meeting.'
Views of 'Full' Record1420

www.markyatehistory.org.uk

Visits to the Website600
Overview'This site was, up until 31st December 2014, for the Markyate Local History Society but now is a general site for Markyate History. In 2015 new pages on Markyate's history will be added.'
Views of 'Full' Record2153

www.marlboroughlitfest.org

Visits to the Website1227
OverviewUsually held late September/early October.
Views of 'Full' Record861

www.marldonlocalhistorygroup.com

Visits to the Website488
Overview

Quarterly evening meetings.

Views of 'Full' Record786

www.mdrs.org.uk/programme.htm

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website718
Overview

'We are a friendly railway society, with members from a wide range of backgrounds and interests, and we meet on the third Thursday of each month (except August) ... Meetings start at 19.45 for 20.00 and usually consist of an illustrated talk on a topic of railway interest, with a break for a visit to the bar at half-time.'

Views of 'Full' Record979

www.marlowarchaeology.org

Visits to the Website587
Overview

Monthly evening talks.

Views of 'Full' Record1128

marlowcc.org

Visits to the Website872
Overview

'During the season we meet ... Tuesdays 7.45 pm for 8.00 pm ... If you like taking photographs, then you will enjoy our meetings. We have about 50 members who range from absolute beginners to experienced experts. The atmosphere is very friendly and we always welcome newcomers.'

Views of 'Full' Record1128

www.marlowsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website625
Overview

'We arrange both formal lectures, usually twice a year, on topics of local historical interest (mills, railways, local villages etc.) for the Marlow Society and more frequent informal talks for any MS member who is interested. We make visits to local places of interest (brickworks, churches, museums etc), and usually include a pub lunch in the trip! These visits are also open to any MS member.'

Views of 'Full' Record735

www.marlowe-society.org/index.html

Category:Drama & Theatre
Visits to the Website721
Overview'The Society continues to hold periodic meetings for debate, lectures, play- and poetry-readings, as well as organising theatre visits and outings to places of historic interest connected with Marlowe. These meetings are usually held four times a year somewhere in or near London - typically in February, May, August, and November.'
Views of 'Full' Record1066

www.marple-uk.com/community/philatelic.htm

Visits to the Website392
OverviewWinter monthly 'meetings are held at 7.30 pm (doors open at 7 pm) ... New Members are always welcome, come and join us and see what you have been missing. No you don't have to be an expert on stamps but there are experts who will help you with your collection. You can also buy and sell stamps & covers in our "Bourse" which is held before and during the interval at each meeting. Visitors are also very welcome'.
Views of 'Full' Record878

www.marplecivicsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website597
OverviewHave listed occasional late afternoon talks: 'All speaker meetings are open to the public.'
Views of 'Full' Record892

www.marplelocalhistorysociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website1226
OverviewMeetings 'on the third Monday of the month at 7.45 pm'.
Views of 'Full' Record1201

www.arct.cam.ac.uk

Visits to the Website1165
Overview

'Since 1970, the Centre has held open lectures once a week during full term. The talks are intended for nonspecialist audiences, and all are welcome.'

Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge
Views of 'Full' Record2445

martonvillage.com

Visits to the Website1052
OverviewMonthly winter evening meetings: 'Entrance fee £3, includes a glass of wine. Everyone welcome.' Note that the Website can be unobtainable due to 'Bandwith Limit Exceeded'.
Views of 'Full' Record867

www.maryneal.org/index.php

Visits to the Website704
OverviewThe Mary Neal Lecture: 'In this annual lecture we celebrate her pioneering social educational practices.' However, it seems no Lecture since 2012.
Also indexedEnglish Folk Dance and Song Society
Views of 'Full' Record1228

www.birdsmbs.org.uk/indoor.html

Visits to the Website542
Overview'There are eight indoor meetings every season. Meetings are on Friday evenings,'
Named Lectures & TalksDreda Farrell Memorial Lecture | Springett Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1026

videolectures.net/mit_world/

Visits to the Website512
Overview

'A wide variety of lectures, panel discussions, and symposia are presented on the MIT campus each year. MIT World acquires about 120 videos of these events annually to become part of the permanent video collection. Characteristically, the MIT World videos are scholarly, relevant, and accessible to a wide audience. Content may include the latest discoveries in science, engineering, architecture, humanities, technology, and management, as well as technical seminars in emerging fields and presentations that illuminate trends in society, the arts, and humanities. MIT World commentary provides an intellectual context for the lecture and links to relevant sites ...

Online Lectures & Talks

... The videos are presented full length and uncut. Generally, new videos are published two to ten weeks after the event. MIT World maintains a 52-week publishing schedule.'

Also indexedMIT World
Views of 'Full' Record724

www.iom3.org/msc

Visits to the Website704
Overview'The Society welcomes non-IOM3 members to all its events e.g. Nuclear Institute, IMechE, RSC etc. as well as anyone with an interest in materials minerals or mining.'
Also indexedInstitute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
Views of 'Full' Record834

www.mauldenhistorysociety.org

Visits to the Website1162
Overview

'The Society holds regular meetings, usually on the last Thursday of the month, with guest speakers and provides a social gathering of people interested in their local history,'

Views of 'Full' Record966

www.mcdonald.cam.ac.uk/events/all-events/

Visits to the Website745
Overview

Lists a wide range of lectures and related events within the Institute and elsewhere within Cambridge. Arrangements vary: check details - especially whether events of interest are open to the public.

Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge
Views of 'Full' Record785

www.rlhf.info

Visits to the Website500
Overview

'All meetings are held ... at 7.30 pm on Tuesday evenings.'

Views of 'Full' Record1116

www.mrc.ac.uk/Sciencesociety/Events/index.htm

Visits to the Website973
Overview'The MRC organises and participates in a wide range of public and specialist events. These range from focused regional activities run by individual scientists to sponsorship of and involvement in national science festivals.'
Views of 'Full' Record1048

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  56. Blackburn
  57. Blackpool
  58. Blaenau Gwent
  59. Bognor Regis
  60. Bolton
  61. Boston
  62. Bournemouth
  63. Bracknell
  64. Bradford
  65. Braintree
  66. Brecon
  67. Brent (London)
  68. Brentwood
  69. Bridgend
  70. Bridgwater
  71. Bridlington
  72. Brighton Hove
  73. Bristol
  74. Broadstairs
  75. Bromley
  76. Bromsgrove
  77. Broxtowe
  78. Buckingham
  79. Burnley
  80. Burton-upon-Trent
  81. Bury
  82. Bury St Edmunds
  83. Buxton
  84. Caerphilly
  85. Camborne
  86. Cambridge
  87. Camden
  88. Cannock
  89. Canterbury
  90. Cardiff
  91. Carlisle
  92. Carmarthen
  93. Causeway Coast Glens
  94. Ceredigion
  95. Charnwood
  96. Chelmsford
  97. Cheltenham
  98. Cherwell
  99. Chesham
  100. Cheshire East
  101. Cheshire West & Chester
  102. Cheshunt
  103. Chester
  104. Chester (City)
  105. Chesterfield
  106. Chichester
  107. Chiltern
  108. Chippenham
  109. Chipping Campden
  110. Christchurch
  111. City of Aberdeen
  112. City of Belfast
  113. City of Dundee
  114. City of Edinburgh
  115. City of Glasgow
  116. City of London
  117. Clackmannanshire
  118. Clacton on Sea
  119. Colchester
  120. Congleton
  121. Conwy
  122. Corby
  123. Cornwall
  124. Cotswold
  125. County Durham
  126. County of Herefordshire
  127. Coventry
  128. Craven
  129. Crawley
  130. Crediton
  131. Crewe
  132. Cromer
  133. Crosby
  134. Croydon
  135. Dacorum
  136. Darlington
  137. Dartford
  138. Dartmouth
  139. Daventry
  140. Derby
  141. Derbyshire Dales
  142. Derry City Strabane
  143. Didcot
  144. Diss
  145. Doncaster
  146. Dover
  147. Dudley
  148. Dumfries
  149. Dumfries & Galloway
  150. Dundee City
  151. Dunfermline
  152. Dunstable
  153. Durham
  154. Ealing
  155. East Ayrshire
  156. East Cambridgeshire
  157. East Devon
  158. East Dorset
  159. East Dunbartonshire
  160. East Hampshire
  161. East Hertfordshire
  162. East Lindsey
  163. East Lothian
  164. East Renfrewshire
  165. Eastbourne
  166. Eastlegh
  167. Eastleigh
  168. Eden
  169. Edinburgh
  170. Ellesmere Port
  171. Elmbridge
  172. Ely
  173. Enfield
  174. Epping Forest
  175. Epsom & Ewell
  176. Erewash
  177. Evesham
  178. Exeter
  179. Exmouth
  180. Falkirk
  181. Fareham
  182. Farnborough
  183. Farnham
  184. Felixstowe
  185. Fenland
  186. Fermanagh Omagh
  187. Fife
  188. Flintshire
  189. Forest Heath
  190. Forest of Dean
  191. Frome
  192. Fylde
  193. Gainsborough
  194. Galashiels
  195. Gateshead
  196. Gillingham (Dorset)
  197. Gillingham (Kent)
  198. Glasgow
  199. Glossop
  200. Gloucester
  201. Godalming
  202. Goole
  203. Gosport
  204. Grantham
  205. Gravesend
  206. Gravesham
  207. Grays
  208. Great Malvern
  209. Greenwich
  210. Grimsby
  211. Guildford
  212. Gwynedd
  213. Hackney
  214. Halesworth
  215. Halifax
  216. Hambleton
  217. Hammersmith & Fulham
  218. Hammersmith and Fulham
  219. Hampstead
  220. Harborough
  221. Haringey
  222. Harlow
  223. Harpenden
  224. Harrogate
  225. Harrow
  226. Hart
  227. Hartlepool
  228. Haslemere
  229. Hastings
  230. Hatfield
  231. Havant
  232. Haverhill
  233. Havering
  234. Hay-on-Wye
  235. Haywards Heath
  236. Hebden Bridge
  237. Helensburgh
  238. Hemel Hempstead
  239. Henley-on-Thames
  240. Hereford
  241. Hertford
  242. Hertsmere
  243. Hexham
  244. High Peak
  245. High Wycombe
  246. Highland
  247. Hillingdon
  248. Hinckley
  249. Hinckley & Bosworth
  250. Hinxton
  251. Hitchin
  252. Holborn
  253. Horsham
  254. Hounslow
  255. Hoylake
  256. Huddersfield
  257. Huntingdon
  258. Huntingdonshire
  259. Hyndburn
  260. Ilkeston
  261. Ilkley
  262. Inverclyde
  263. Inverness
  264. Ipswich
  265. Isle of Anglesey
  266. Isle of Islay
  267. Isle of Man
  268. Isle of Wight
  269. Islington
  270. Keighley
  271. Kendal
  272. Kensington & Chelsea
  273. Kensington Chelsea
  274. Keswick
  275. Kettering
  276. Kidderminster
  277. King's Lynn
  278. Kings Lynn & West Norfolk
  279. Kingston upon Hull
  280. Kingston upon Thames
  281. Kingston-upon-Thames
  282. Kirklees
  283. Knowsley
  284. Lambeth
  285. Lancaster
  286. Leatherhead
  287. Ledbury
  288. Leeds
  289. Leek
  290. Leicester
  291. Leighton Buzzard
  292. Letchworth Garden City
  293. Lewes
  294. Lewisham
  295. Lichfield
  296. Lincoln
  297. Lisburn Castlereagh
  298. Lisburn City
  299. Liseard
  300. Liskeard
  301. Liverpool
  302. Llanarthne
  303. Llanelli
  304. Llangollen
  305. Loughborough
  306. Ludlow
  307. Luton
  308. Lydney
  309. Lymington
  310. Lytham St Annes
  311. MIlton Keynes
  312. Macclesfield
  313. Maidenhead
  314. Maidstone
  315. Maldon
  316. Malmesbury
  317. Malton
  318. Malvern Hills
  319. Manchester
  320. Mansfield
  321. March
  322. Marlborough
  323. Marlow
  324. Matlock
  325. Medway
  326. Melbourne
  327. Melton
  328. Melton Mowbray
  329. Mendip
  330. Merthyr Tydfil
  331. Merton
  332. Mid Devon
  333. Mid East Antrim
  334. Mid Suffolk
  335. Mid Sussex
  336. Mid Ulster
  337. Middlesbrough
  338. Midlothian
  339. Milton Keynes
  340. Minehead
  341. Mole Valley
  342. Monmouthshire
  343. Moray
  344. Morpeth
  345. Na h-Eileanan an Iar
  346. Neath Port Talbot
  347. New Forest
  348. Newark & Sherwood
  349. Newark-on-Trent
  350. Newbury
  351. Newcastle upon Tyne
  352. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  353. Newham
  354. Newport
  355. Newport (Wales)
  356. Newry Mourne Down
  357. Newton Abbot
  358. Newtownabbey
  359. North Ayrshire
  360. North Devon
  361. North Dorset
  362. North Down
  363. North East Derbyshire
  364. North East Lincolnshire
  365. North Hertfordshire
  366. North Kesteven
  367. North Lanarkshire
  368. North Lincolnshire
  369. North Norfolk
  370. North Somerset
  371. North Tyneside
  372. North Warwickshire
  373. North West Leicestershire
  374. Northallerton
  375. Northampton
  376. Northumberland
  377. Northwich
  378. Norwich
  379. Nottingham
  380. Nuneaton & Bedworth
  381. Oakham
  382. Oban
  383. Okehampton
  384. Oldham
  385. Olney
  386. Orkney
  387. Orkney Islands
  388. Ormskirk
  389. Orpington
  390. Otley
  391. Oundle
  392. Oxford
  393. Pembrokeshire
  394. Pendle
  395. Penrith
  396. Penzance
  397. Perth
  398. Perth & Kinross
  399. Peterborough
  400. Pitlochry
  401. Plymouth
  402. Pontefract
  403. Poole
  404. Portsmouth
  405. Powys
  406. Preston
  407. Prestwich
  408. Purbeck
  409. Rayleigh
  410. Reading
  411. Redbridge
  412. Redcar & Cleveland
  413. Redditch
  414. Reigate
  415. Renfrewshire
  416. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  417. Rhondda/Cynon/Taff
  418. Rhyl
  419. Ribble Valley
  420. Richmond upon Thames
  421. Richmond-upon-Thames
  422. Richmondshire
  423. Rickmansworth
  424. Ripon
  425. Rochdale
  426. Rochford
  427. Romsey
  428. Ross-on-Wye
  429. Rossendale
  430. Rother
  431. Rotherham
  432. Royal Leamington Spa
  433. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  434. Rugby
  435. Runcorn
  436. Runnymede
  437. Rushcliffe
  438. Rushmoor
  439. Ruthin
  440. Rutland
  441. Ryedale
  442. Sale
  443. Salford
  444. Salisbury
  445. Sandbach
  446. Scarborough
  447. Scottish Borders
  448. Scunthorpe
  449. Sedgemoor
  450. Sefton
  451. Selby
  452. Selly Oak
  453. Sevenoaks
  454. Sheffield
  455. Shepway
  456. Sherborne
  457. Shetland Islands
  458. Shrewsbury
  459. Shropshire
  460. Skipton
  461. Solihull
  462. South Ayrshire
  463. South Cambridgeshire
  464. South Gloucestershire
  465. South Hams
  466. South Kesteven
  467. South Lakeland
  468. South Lanarkshire
  469. South Norfolk
  470. South Northamptonshire
  471. South Oxfordshire
  472. South Shields
  473. South Somerset
  474. Southampton
  475. Southend
  476. Southend-on-Sea
  477. Southport
  478. Southwark
  479. Spalding
  480. St Albans
  481. St Andrews
  482. St Austell
  483. St Edmundsbury
  484. St Helens
  485. St Ives
  486. Stafford
  487. Staines-upon-Thames
  488. Stamford
  489. Stevenage
  490. Stirling
  491. Stockport
  492. Stockton-on-Tees
  493. Stoke-on-Trent
  494. Stratford-on-Avon
  495. Stroud
  496. Sudbury
  497. Suffolk Coastal
  498. Sunderland
  499. Surrey Heath
  500. Sutton
  501. Sutton Coldfield
  502. Swaffham
  503. Swale
  504. Swansea
  505. Swindon
  506. Tamworth
  507. Tandridge
  508. Taunton
  509. Taunton Deane
  510. Tavistock
  511. Teignbridge
  512. Teignmouth
  513. Telford
  514. Tendring
  515. Tenterden
  516. Test Valley
  517. Tewkesbury
  518. Thame
  519. Thanet
  520. The City
  521. The Scottish Borders
  522. Thornbury
  523. Three Rivers
  524. Tiverton
  525. Tonbridge & Malling
  526. Torbay
  527. Torfaen
  528. Torquay
  529. Torridge
  530. Tower Hamlets
  531. Trafford
  532. Trowbridge
  533. Truro
  534. Tunbridge Wells
  535. Ullapool
  536. Ulverston
  537. Uppingham
  538. Vale of Glamorgan
  539. Vale of White Horse
  540. Wadebridge
  541. Wakefield
  542. Wallasey
  543. Walsall
  544. Waltham Forest
  545. Walton-on-Thames
  546. Wandsworth
  547. Warrington
  548. Warwick
  549. Watford
  550. Waveney
  551. Waverley
  552. Wealdon
  553. Wellingborough
  554. Wells (City)
  555. Welwyn Garden City
  556. Welwyn Hatfield
  557. West Berkshire
  558. West Bridgford
  559. West Bromwich
  560. West Dorset
  561. West Lancashire
  562. West Lothian
  563. West Oxfordshire
  564. Westminster
  565. Weston-Super-Mare
  566. Weymouth
  567. Whitehaven
  568. Wigan
  569. Wigston
  570. Wilmslow
  571. Wiltshire
  572. Wimborne Minster
  573. Winchester
  574. Windsor
  575. Wisbech
  576. Woking
  577. Wolverhampton
  578. Woodbridge
  579. Worcester
  580. Workington
  581. Worksop
  582. Worthing
  583. Wrexham
  584. Yate
  585. Yeovil
  586. York (City)