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VISIT the List of Archaeological Societies which were advertising forthcoming live Lectures and Talks Online when their Records were reviewed.

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'Meetings are held every month through the winter with guest speakers covering a wide range of topics, also an annual Celebrity Lunch with a special speaker ... In the summer, site visits are arranged to excavations, interesting houses and churches ... Occasional day conferences are organised covering history and archaeology in the area.'

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'Meetings are usually held ... at 7.30 pm on the 4th Friday of the month from September to May.'

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Details of 'events run by ARCH and other groups throughout the Highlands'.

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Monthly lectures, Saturday afternoons.

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Fortnightly lectures, Monday evenings.

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'The Society holds regular monthly meetings focused around a programme of lectures from September to May.'

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'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.'

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'We are a group of local people, from a wide variety of backgrounds, who share a common interest in the history and archaeology of Bedford and its neighbourhood. We are also actively involved in trying to ensure that Bedford's buildings of special architectural and historic interest are protected and to increase public awareness of their importance. We also seek to preserve the best of the present urban landscape and to oppose developments which are incongruous or otherwise unsuitable.'

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'The Society offers activities from regular lectures and outings to opportunities for fieldwork and excavation.'

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'Meetings held 1st Monday of every month September, October, November, December, February, March, April, May and June. Monthly speakers, lending library. If you are interested in any aspect of Archaeology come to one of our meetings and see what we do.'

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'This section covers a wide range of subjects throughout the year. Generally at least one field trip and one lecture per month and an occasional field trip is organised by the Chairman of Section ... We normally make one popular lecture each quarter open to the public totally free of charge. In this way we hope to attract new members. Members are encouraged to speak on a voluntary basis about subjects in which they are interested. In this way we keep our subscriptions as low as possible. However, we do pay for speakers who cover specific subjects in their profession. Thus a donation from non-members is appreciated.'

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'During the Winter months we have a varied lecture programme on a wide range of archeological topics and in addition our associated Local History Group also runs a lecture programme.'

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Organize 'a regular programme of lectures from September to May by expert speakers on aspects of archaeology at home and abroad. Meetings are held on Wednesday evenings'.

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The Society 'organises a varied winter lecture programme'.

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’CAFG was formed in 1978 to carry out practical archaeology in the Cambridge area. Our purpose is to contribute to the archaeology of the region through our own field research, while also assisting the County Archaeology Service and co-operating with other interested groups or individuals. We also try to promote interest in archaeology through activities such as talks.‘

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'Arrange a series of winter lectures by invited speakers on historical and archaeological subjects ... Meetings will generally be held ... starting at 6 pm on a Saturday.'

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‘Formed in 1960 to promote, by lectures, field visits and, where possible, field work, an interest in the remains and history of past cultures and in the practices, techniques and disciplines of archaeology. The Society is self-governing and non-proft making.‘

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'Indoor Meetings are held on the first Saturday of every month from November to April at 3.00 pm.'

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'We meet on the first Thursday of every month from October to April at 7.30 pm.'

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'Between the Autumn and Spring (usually September to April) we organize a programme of monthly lectures on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons.'

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'The Society meets for monthly lectures, usually in the months of January, February, March, April, September, October and November.'

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'From September to May we offer a programme of lectures ... on the fourth Wednesday of the month, given by leading archaeologists, authors and academics.'

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'CADHAS has an annual programme of interesting lectures and outings. The season runs from September to April, ending with the Annual General Meeting.' Monthly lectures, Thursday evenings. Also 'Occasional Saturday Talks'.

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'The Society has an annual programme of lectures, many with particular reference to the local area, but some of wider national interest ... Meetings are held from September to May, usually on the fourth Wednesday of each month.'

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'Lecture meetings are usually held on the third Friday of the month ... Doors open at 18:30 for a 19:00 start; the lecture is followed around 20:30 with an opportunity to chat with the lecturer and fellow members over tea and biscuits, with a optional extension to an adjacent pub. Lectures are free to members; non-members are welcome, but are asked to sign the visitors’ book and to donate £3 toward expenses ... The City of London Archaeological Society was founded in 1966 to encourage an active appreciation of archaeology, particularly within the City of London and its environs.'

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'Weekly lectures take place on Monday evenings from October to March each year, covering an interesting range of historical and archaeological subjects.'

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Winter monthly evening lectures.

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'During the Winter months talks are given at centres in Truro and Liskeard by speakers, national and local (and including members) who are specialists in their field of interest.'

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‘An educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.’

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All meetings will be held ... at 19.30 on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.'

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Monthly afternoon meetings. ALERT At Review, could not locate details of any forthcoming meetings.

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'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 ...'

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'The Society presents public lectures at 7.30 pm on the second Thursday of each month from October to June ... All are welcome.'

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'Meetings are held on Friday evenings ... Talks will commence at 7.30 pm with tea and coffee available at 7.00 pm.'

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Offers 'a regular lecture series with experts presenting illustrated talks on local and international archaeology, and on local buildings and other historical topics'.

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'The East Riding Archaeological Society holds monthly lectures from September to April ... Topics vary from items of local interest to those of national importance.'

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'The Society organises a lecture programme, including tea or coffee, from October until May: attending these lectures is possibly the best way of finding out more about the Society, and meeting with like-minded people.'

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'Meetings are held on the third Monday in the month. The lectures deal mainly with local and regional archaeology or history, and include presentation of recent discoveries.'

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'Monthly lectures (except July, August and December) are held at 8.00 pm.'

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'Meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month ... beginning at 8.00 pm ... Visitors are always welcome.'

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'During the winter months the society organises a series of monthly lectures by speakers from Britain and abroad. These illustrated lectures cover both local topics and those from farther afield, within a wide time span from the prehistoric to the post medieval period.'

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'In the winter months there are meetings in both Gloucester and Cheltenham on a wide range of archaeological and local history topics. These provide, for new and old members alike, the opportunity to learn more about the past. Visitors are always welcome at these meetings.'

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'We organise an annual conference and a programme of lectures which keep members abreast of developments in archaeology, both within the county and beyond.'

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'Most meetings are held at 7.30pm on the third Friday of each month during the winter ... These are invariably lectures by a visiting speaker, and cover a variety of subjects.'

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Monthly lectures from October to May, Tuesday evenings.

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'A Winter Lecture Series is held on the first Friday of each month from October to March, attracting speakers from the top-rank of professional archaeologists and researchers.' Also a series of Summer Lectures.

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'Runs a varied programme of talks and visits to excavations and sites of interest, as well as publishing papers in its Transactions. Talks are held between autumn and spring, while most excursions are during the summer.'

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The Group 'puts on a monthly programme of lecture meetings through the winter months'.

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'Is here to investigate, learn and celebrate the heritage that is left to us. We host lectures and other events, organise walks and produce a quarterly journal ... We host 10 lectures a year ... as well as book launches and joint events with other organisations. Lectures are free to members and £1 donation to non-members.'

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'Evening meetings with talks starting at 7.45 pm sharp on the 2nd Monday of each Month.'

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Lists some lectures, talks and related events taking place across the county.

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Meets 'at 7.30 pm on the 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Wednesdays of the month between October and April'.

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'Monthly Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 8 pm.'

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'There is a yearly programme of 5 evening talks, plus a members' evening, and visits to sites of interest.'

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'Meetings will take place at 7.15 for 7.30 pm on the last Thursday of the month, excepting December.'

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'Lectures to members of the Society form an important part of the annual programme of activities. Between September and April lectures are held approximately every two weeks and consist of a mixture of history and archaeology topics usually on subjects which have local significance. However, on occasions subjects of national and international importance feature in the programme.'

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'Lectures take place at 7.30 pm ... usually on the third Friday of the month. It occasionally varies to suit visiting speakers.'

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'Founded in 1955 to encourage the study of the archaeology of the Loughborough area, the Society has expanded its interests to include all aspects of the area’s history. We run a winter lecture programme. Lectures take place in Charnwood Museum and cover a wide range of topics.'

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'The Society meets twice a month from September through to June on Thursday evenings.'

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'We hold a regular series of evening lectures held on the third Thursday in every month between September and April.'

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'Our lectures are open to members of the public for a small fee, and we hope you'll join us afterwards for a cuppa and a chat.'

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'Formed in 2011 following an archaeological investigation of Middleton’s historic parish church – St. Leonards ... Our monthly talks programme is held in our adoptive home of the Olde Boar’s Head on Long Street, Middleton. These talks are usually scheduled for the last Thursday of the month (we do not have one in December) and the talks start at 7.30pm. These talks are open to all, we ask for a small entrance fee of £3 for non-members.'

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'The Group has an extensive programme of lectures and events.'

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'Lectures take place monthly from October to March.'

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'NOSAS usually have a Monthly Discussion Group (MAD for short) in the winter months and have speakers and informal discussions which are a good way to meet other members.'

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'Our meetings take place on the fourth Tuesday of the month, starting at 7:30pm. All are welcome.'

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'Members meet at 8 pm usually on the first Wednesday of each month (except January and August).'

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'The Section has some 60+ members and, during the winter, holds monthly talks ... Members of the public interested in any talks in the Winter programme are welcome to attend. Talks begin at 7.30 pm.'

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'All meetings take place on the second Thursday of the month at 7.30 pm.'

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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'.

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Extensive programme of talks. Alert Record formerly entitled Lower Test Valley Archaeological Study Group. The work of the Group is now being continued as the Romsey Local History Society: 'Despite its name, its main activity was in the field of local history. As now, the LTVAS Group was run by a committee. The committee had originally consisted of 3 sections, namely "History", "Friends of Botley Road Cemetery", and "Archaeology" but this structure has since morphed into a single entity now known as the "Romsey Local History Society".'

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'Supporting the Trust are The Friends of Saddleworth Archaeological Trust, a group of some 70 members who meet on a monthly basis ... on Tuesday evenings. A programme of lectures covering a wide and interesting range of subjects is arranged and, as membership grows, it is hoped to be able to organise both site and museum visits.' However the Website of the Trust itself no longer seems accessible and:'in 2012 the Friends Saddleworth Archaeological Trust (FoSAT) merged with the Friends of Castleshaw Roman Forts' - so I have cited the latter's Website instead.

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