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‘The AIA is the national organisation for people who share an interest in Britain’s industrial past. It brings together groups and individuals with an interest and expertise in identifying, recording, preserving and presenting the remains of the industrial past ... Affiliated membership is available to societies, clubs and groups, whether of local interest or of national specialist interest, so that they can have a voice in national matters and their members can be aware of what is happening in the wider field. By adding their strength to the AIA it increases our voice and position when representing industrial archaeology at a national or European level.‘

* Association for Industrial Archaeology

Access to details of philatelic Federations, National & Specialist Societies, Local Societies: 'As not all societies are members of the ABPS it may be that their details will not be available as the records of contact, telephone and email addresses may not be recorded.'

* Association of British Philatelic Societies

'The national organisation which represents numismatic societies throughout the United Kingdom. It exists to promote the study of numismatics by bringing these societies and their members together to share and increase their interest and expertise in coins, tokens and currency.'

* British Association of Numismatic Societies

Heritage Trust Network is a membership organisation run by people who have delivered amazing heritage projects against all the odds. Our mission is to help others do the same ... We operate throughout the United Kingdom, drawing together and supporting the work of local heritage groups, whether constituted as building preservation trusts, community trusts or social enterprises.‘

* Heritage Trust Network

'Represents groups of volunteers interested in conserving cemeteries large and small. The Cemetery Friends give their time clearing and maintaining areas, often working with local ecology groups to maintain a balance between wildlife and heritage. Friends may also provide guided walks, open days and special events and work on projects with English Heritage and other organisations. Some groups have restored memorials and chapels.'

Category Cemeteries
* National Federation of Cemetery Friends

'One of the largest general philatelic societies in Great Britain whose members are drawn from throughout the UK and Overseas. The Society offers the renowned National Philatelic Society Library. UK members may borrow by post or obtain photocopies of material (copyright permitting). Browse the Library catalogues on line and contact the Library ... The Society holds its Meetings, normally on the second Saturday of the month (except August).'

* National Philatelic Society
Also indexedNational Philatelic Society Library

'Meetings are held from September to June, normally on alternate Thursdays. They are of two types: the first is of a formal nature, at which one or more papers are read accompanied by displays by individual members, and usually starts at 5 pm; the second consists of a display of stamps, postal history etc. in the frames contributed by one or more members, with or without a written paper. This meeting is open from 1 pm to 6 pm. Tea is served to members and their guests at all meetings ... It is not necessary for a prospective member to be an advanced philatelist.'

* Royal Philatelic Society London, The

'The Railway Magazine is Britain's best-selling general interest rail title. Published continuously since 1897, it commands the utmost respect among professionals and enthusiasts for authoritative and informed news coverage.' Monthly meetings and exhibitions calendar.

Category Railway History
* The Railway Magazine

’The Transport Trust is the only national charity established to promote and encourage the preservation and restoration of Britain's unique transport heritage in all its forms - road, rail, wings and water.‘

* Transport Trust

'Meetings are held on Thursday evenings at 7.30 pm, twice monthly, from September to April.'

Aberdeen Philatelic Society

'Our meetings are held every second Tuesday of each month starting at 8.00 pm ... Members [and those visiting our website] are encouraged to take every opportunity to interest fellow ferroequinologists in our society.'

Category Railway History
Abergavenny & District Steam Railway Society

Meets '3rd Monday of each month (except when a BH, then on following Tuesday)'.

Adur Stamp Club

'In 1950 the Academy was invited to take over the administration of the Reckitt Archaeological Trust (established by the late Mr Albert L Reckitt). As well as using the funds to support archaeological research, the Academy's Council also decided to establish a lecture. The lecture was first delivered in 1951.' Lecture held every 2-3 years: 'Registration is not required for this event. Seats will be allocated on arrival'.

Albert Reckitt Archaeological Lecture

‘Founded in 1991, The Alexander Thomson Society works to promote and safegaurd the works of the Scottish architect Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson.‘

Alexander Thomson Society, The

'The popular indoor meetings are held in the Old Waiting Room, Alnwick Station (what is now Barter Books). Meetings start 7.00pm for 7.30pm. We welcome visitors, members and their guests for a small donation towards meeting costs. Refreshments will be available from 7.00 pm.'

Category Railway History
Aln Valley Railway Society

'The Society provides the local community with railway and public transport based events and information, these include frequent public lectures, regular visits to places of railway interest, historical displays, celebration of historical dates and events, pamphlets, books, images and videos.'

Category Railway History
Altrincham Electric Railway Preservation Society, The

'Our routine meeting night is Thursday ... The room will be open from 7.30 pm and the main event of the evening will start at 8 pm.'

Amersham & District Philatelic Society, The

‘Founded in 1924 to promote “the study and conservation of ancient monuments, historic buildings and fine old craftsmanship” ... The AMS organises activities for its members and each of the 3 annual newsletters will inform you about hundreds of events all over the country organised by kindred societies, museums and universities, in which you can participate.’

Ancient Monuments Society

'We meet three times a year in a London church for a lecture – these are usually held in early October, late January and June ... Lectures cover a variety of topics in the subject fields mentioned and are made accessible for those with different levels of expertise and knowledge.'

Anglo Catholic History Society, The

Founded 1961. Aims include: ‘To make recent developments in the archaeology of Israel and neighbouring countries more widely known in the UK; To provide a series of illustrated public presentations explaining and informing on recent archaeological findings and new theories’... ‘Most of our meetings are held in Bloomsbury, in the Institute of Archaeology of University College, London (Gordon Square, WC1) and organised jointly with the Institute. We also regularly hold joint events with other institutions and organisations that share our interests, and we arrange museum visits and outings for members. Non-members may attend our lectures, but are encouraged to join and participate fully’.

Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society

‘Using education to create a society safe from prejudice and discrimination.’ Occasional lectures, talks and related events.

Category Social History
Anne Frank Trust UK

‘Are you interested in the story of time? The AHS is for you. We’re a lively, welcoming society open to all. We run a diverse programme of talks, meetings and visits around the UK and overseas. We publish a quarterly learned journal as well as a wide range of books, and we support education, conservation and research through bursaries, prizes and awards.’

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society
Antiquarian Horological Society - East Anglian

The Electrical Horology Group has been in existence since 1970 and has over 150 members worldwide. EHG members share an interest in all electrical horology, from the early beginnings in the 19th century right up to relatively modern quartz and atomic clocks ... Meetings are held approximately four times a year, usually on a Saturday in March/April, June, September and November. A variety of venues is used ... Meetings may involve formal lectures, short talks, visits to places of horological interest, exhibitions, visits to private collections, and so forth.’

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - Electrical Horology

Evening meetings about every two months: 'A glass of wine and refreshments will be available.'

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - London

Meetings on some Wednesday evenings plus related events.

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - Midlands
Antiquarian Horological Society - Northern

Monthly meetings, Saturday afternoons. ALERT Could not locate future programme of events at Review.

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - Scottish
Antiquarian Horological Society - South Eastern

'Meetings are held ... on Saturdays, starting at 2 pm.'

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - Southern

‘Exists to promote and encourage the study of the history and development of wristwatches through meetings, education and publications ... Members of the Wristwatch Group have regular meetings in the form of lectures, short talks, bring-and-discuss sessions, and visits to exhibitions, private collections and centres for the practice and study of watchmaking both in the UK and abroad ... WWG events are held approximately four times per year at various locations. These are charged on a per-event basis and tickets must always be purchased online prior to the event.‘

Category Horology
Antiquarian Horological Society - Wristwatch Group

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

Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands

‘Speaking for Scotland’s Buildings since 1956, the AHSS is a national charity with over 1000 members and volunteers across Scotland. We use our voice to study, protect and celebrate Scotland’s wealth of historic buildings and environments.’

Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland, The

'An educational charity devoted to the rescue of industrial heritage buildings and helping to preserve the precious built and natural landscape in and around Cromford ... From family fun weekends to lectures, guided tours, off-site visits, exhibitions and Cromford Mills’ brand new three day Georgian Festival, there is something for everyone.'

Arkwright Society, The
Also indexedCromford Mills | Georgian Festival

Occasional public lectures and talks.

Category Cemeteries
Arnos Vale Cemetery

'We are a forum for all professionals working in the field of architectural conservation. Our current membership of more than 350 includes architects, surveyors, engineers, conservators, scientists, archaeologists, building performance experts, historians, government advisors, property and estate managers, and many other professionals ... We do this by regular meetings, lectures and discussions, site visits, and once a year a conference covering a topic of special interest. Most lectures and meetings are held in London, but local meetings of the Association may be organised by convenors in other parts of the country ... Non Members are welcome: please donate £5 on door.'

Association for Studies in the Conservation of Historic Buildings

‘Brings people together to explore the history and significance of protestant non-conformity.’ Has held an Annual Lecture, usually in the Autumn.

Association of Denominational Historical Societies and Cognate Libraries, The

'There are forty-five societies in membership of the Association. They are broadly defined into two types: Local Societies who draw their membership from their local area and hold meetings with a wide variety of subjects; Specialist Societies who tend to be Scottish branches of national specialist societies, but there are a few Scottish based ones.'

Association of Scottish Philatelic Societies, The
Association of Sussex Philatelic Societies

‘In 1998 the Aston Martin Owners Club founded the Aston Martin Heritage Trust (AMHT) to provide a permanent home for its extensive archive and collection of vehicles and memorabilia. The Trust now operates independently as a charity under its own auspices with the aim to inspire and educate people in every aspect of the marque’s heritage.‘

Aston Martin Heritage Trust

'Meetings are arranged around the country by APS local groups, but all members - and visitors - are most welcome at all meetings.' ALERT Could not locate information on future meetings of the local groups, at Review.

Austrian Philatelic Society

'The Society meets ... on the second Wednesday of each month apart from August. The room opens at 7.30 pm: proceedings commence at 8.00 pm and finish at 10.00 pm unless otherwise stated. At every meeting members are invited to participate in a free raffle for a stock book. Guests are welcome to attend Society meetings and a free cup of coffee is provided to everyone attending a meeting.'

Aylesbury & District Philatelic Society

Winter monthly evening meetings, mostly first Wednesday of the month. ALERT At Review, Group Website inaccessible.

Category Railway History
Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group

'We meet ... at 7.30 pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.'

Barnsley Philatelic Society

'Meetings are held on an irregular basis ... All are welcome, and entry is free.'

Barnsley, Dearne & Dove Canals

'All presentations are held in the roundhouse lecture theatre commencing at 19.30 and finishing between 21.45 and 22.00. Doors open at 19.00. Presentations are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Hot and cold drinks are available from the buffet before 19.30 and during the interval. Free parking on site. Admission is normally £1.50 for members and £2.00 for non-members. Everyone welcome.'

Category Railway History
Barrow Hill Roundhouse Railway Centre

'Has provided a forum for stamp collectors and philatelists in the Basildon area for almost 50 years. Members enjoy an interesting and varied programme of meetings.'

Basildon Philatelic Society

'Meetings are on the first and third Mondays of each month except during August ... 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm.'

Basingstoke and District Philatelic Society

'Meetings start at 8 pm on the third Wednesday of the month ... Coffee/tea and biscuits will be available during the interval ... Non members and friends are very welcome to come along.'

Basingstoke Canal Society, The
Also indexedSurrey and Hampshire Canal Society

'Our programme of events is a mixture of academic speakers on specialist subjects to our own membership with lectures on their own interests ... Meetings are held ... on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7.30 pm ... The Society was instituted on 2 October 1950 at Theobalds Cafe Bath with the name of "Bath and Bristol Coin Club". The present name was adopted for the 1953 season by which time the membership had increased to 22.'

Bath & Bristol Numismatic Society

‘Joining the Trust is a great way of leaning more about battles and battlefields. Many of our members are experts in their field and are happy to share their knowledge. We stage regular talks and study days, and there’s a full programme of battlefield walks, sometimes in areas not normally accessible to the public. You can also become part of a local group, dedicated to the care and interpretation of an individual battlefield.’

Category Military History
Battlefields Trust, The

Monthly Friday Talks for the Friends 'The meetings are always well attended and enjoyed by all. Most of the speakers are eminant experts in their field. Come along if you can make it. You won't be disappointed.'

Beamish Museum

'The aim of the Friends of Bedford Cemetery is to promote and preserve the history, landscape and natural history of the cemetery. We aim to help the public appreciate the importance of the cemetery and to understand its history and amenities ... There is a working group of volunteers every Thursday morning and the Friends also arrange a programme of walks and talks on a wide range of subjects.'

Category Cemeteries
Bedford Cemetery

Have organized an annual Betjeman Lecture plus occasional other talks and related events.

Bedford Park Society, The
Named Lectures & TalksBetjeman Lecture

Meetings 'commence at 7.30 pm on the 2nd Monday of each month, unless otherwise stated'.

Category Maritime History
Belfast Titanic Society
Also indexedHarland & Wolff Shipyard | White Star Line

Winter programme of talks on the third Monday evening of the month from September to May.

Berkshire Industrial Archaeology Group
Berwick & District Philatelic Society

Meet 'last Tuesday of each month from September to June (but 3rd Tuesday in December) ... 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm'.

Bexhill Philatelic Society

'Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the first Monday of each month (excluding January and August) ... An interesting programme of events is arranged each year. These include three fabulous auctions, a series of superb lectures given by eminent numismatists and even a numismatic quiz. The annual membership fee is £7.50. Please feel free to attend any meeting and consider joining the club.'

Bexley Coin Club

'Meetings are held ... at 7.45 pm on alternate Fridays.'

Bexley Philatelic Society

Monthly evening talks, usually 'at 7.30 pm on the first Thursday of the month'.

Birmingham Canal Navigations Society, The

Monthly, Monday evenings: 'Doors open at 7.45 pm with each presentation starting at 8 pm.'

Category Aviation History
Bishops Waltham Aviation Group

'The Friends support the work of the museum and its staff to preserve the 285 year legacy of The Black Watch Regiment and its Regimental home at Balhousie Castle. The Friends are an important part of advancing the educational programme of the museum, the conservation of the collections and the acquisition of artifacts and archive material, which are essential to maintaining the future of this unique museum. The Friends are also invited to attend lectures and special events, and receive newsletters to keep them informed of what has been happening, as well as special exhibitions and what’s new in the museum.'

Category Military History
Black Watch, The

'Historic site of secret British codebreaking activities during WWII and birthplace of the modern computer.' Have offered a Winter Lecture Series: 'This annual series of monthly evening lectures is open to the general public, and covers various topics including, but not restricted to, Bletchley Park, the general history of WWII, intelligence and cryptology. Each speaker is chosen for his or her specialist knowledge on the particular subject area.'

Category Military History
Bletchley Park
Also indexedNational Museum of Computing

'Meetings are held ... on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7.00 pm for 7.15 pm.'

Blyth Philatelic Society

'Meets every 4th Tuesday of the month (except for December) ... Our Trading Tables which sell the Club Stock of stamps and philatelic accessories to Members opens at 1.30 pm. Talks with Displays commence at 2.15 pm.'

Bookham Stamp Club

'Meetings held on 3rd Friday of each month at 1.30 pm for 1.45 pm start.' ALERT The Society no longer seems to exist.

Bournemouth & District Philatelic Society

Meet 'at 7.30 pm on alternate Wednesdays ... Usually 30-or-so members are in attendance for each meeting, which may comprise a slide or film show, quiz or discussion'.

Category Railway History
Bradford Railway Circle
Bridgend Philatelic Society

Evening meetings, usually second Monday of the month at 7.30 pm. ALERT At Revew, no forthcoming meetings of the Society found.

Brighton & Hove Philatelic Society
Bristol Industrial Archaeological Society

'The Circle meets every Tuesday evening between the hours of 7.30 pm and 9.15 pm. Alternate meetings take the form of lectures, slide shows, etc. Other evenings are given over to informal discussion, when books from the Circle’s extensive library and the latest magazines are available. Light refreshments in the form of tea, coffee and biscuits are also served. The Circle’s lecture programme covers a wide range of subjects of railway and associated interest (other transport, industrial archaeology, etc.).'

Category Railway History
Bristol Railway Circle

'Regular meetings of the BSMEE are held on the first and third Wednesday of the month ... at 7.15 pm. Meetings, which are open to the general public, usually comprise a talk or demonstration on a suitable subject followed by an opportunity to meet fellow members. New members are always welcome and no particular skill is necessary ... Not all members are active model makers, some members get considerable enjoyment simply from being a member and helping other members enjoy the fruits of their model making activities.'

Bristol Society of Model and Experimental Engineers

'As well as regular meetings in London, there are six regional group organisers who arrange several meetings each year in their area.'

British Air Mail Society

Winter programme, usually first Wednesday of the month: 'Meetings are held at 5.00 pm ... Tea will be served at 4.30 pm ... Non-members are welcome to attend occasional lectures but are asked to make themselves known to the Hon. Director on arrival and to sign the visitors book ... New members are always welcome and applications are invited from anyone pursuing an interest in archaeology, art & architectural history, history and related matters, whether as an amateur or in a professional capacity.'

British Archaeological Association, The

'The King’s seminars are an annual set of lectures organised by the BCMH which run from October to May ... The seminars take place on Thursdays at 5.15 pm ... They are open to the public.'

Category Maritime History
British Commission for Maritime History, The
Named Lectures & TalksProctor Lecture

'There are thousands of people who make, repair, restore, collect and sell clocks, watches and other timepieces. And there are millions who are interested in timekeeping and its instruments. The BHI speaks for them all ... The British Horological Institute (BHI) is first and foremost a national membership organisation and exists to represent the views and interests of all of Britain’s horologists.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute

'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.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Bristol

Evening meetings, normally second Wednesday of the month. ALERT No future programme of meetings found at Review.

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Cheltenham

'Meetings take place on the fourth Tuesday of each month from February to June and from September to November ... We encourage those attending branch meetings to become members of the British Horological Institute, but visitors are always welcome.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Ipswich & District

Winter meetings, first Wednesday of the month. ALERT Branch no longer listed on the BHI Website.

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Lakes
British Horological Institute - Leicester
British Horological Institute - Lincolnshire

Evening meetings, normally last Thursday of the month. ALERT No future meetings liisted in the Institute's Events Calendar, at Review.

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Milton Keynes
British Horological Institute - North London

'Branch meets are ... on the fourth Tuesday of each month.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Oxford
British Horological Institute - South London

'Meetings are usually on the first Wednesday of each month, 7.45 pm – 10.00 pm ... Anyone interested in clocks and watches is welcome to come along.'

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - South West
Named Lectures & TalksMick Watters Memorial Lecture

Winter evenings meetings, first Wednesday of the month.

Category Horology
British Horological Institute - Wessex

‘Exists to promote the study and understanding of British Numismatics. This is interpreted broadly; embracing the study of all forms of coinage, tokens, banknotes and medals relating to the British Isles and former parts of the British Empire.‘

British Numismatic Society

‘Promotes and encourages research into the history of mathematics and the dissemination of the results of that research; develops awareness of the history of mathematics for the public benefit; and supports teachers and lecturers at all levels of mathematics education to incorporate the history of mathematics into their teaching, enriching their students' experience.’

British Society for the History of Mathematics

‘Founded in 1947, the BSHS is Britain’s largest learned society devoted to the history of science, technology and medicine. Current members include lecturers, writers, students, teachers, museum curators and private individuals. Our aim is to bring together people with interests in all aspects of the field, and to publicise relevant ideas within the wider research and teaching communities and the media.’

British Society for the History of Science
British Society of Australian Philately - South West

'London meetings are held ... at 5.00 for 5.30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month unless otherwise mentioned.'

British Society of Australian Philately, The

'We meet twice per month on Wednesday evenings ... at 7.30 pm ... Meetings may be of several types, sometimes a visiting speaker or another society, sometimes a competition evening, sometimes an auction of members' material, also displays by members themselves.'

Bromley and Beckenham Philatelic Society

‘Brompton Cemetery, consecrated by the Bishop of London in June 1840, is one of Britain’s oldest and most distinguished garden cemeteries. The cemetery is Grade I Listed on the Historic England Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, and all of the cemetery buildings are Grade II* Listed ... The Friends of Brompton Cemetery work to preserve this remarkable site as a model of an historic cemetery with an active role in modern society. We help to restore and maintain the cemetery’s buildings, monuments and landscape, and encourage their full use by those sympathetic to the importance, beauty, heritage and fragility of this significant cemetery. We offer visitors Sunday afternoon guided tours, group tours at any convenient time in the week, and a varied programme of events and activities.‘

Category Cemeteries
Brompton Cemetery

Monthly meetings, 7.15 pm for 7.45 start, usually 2nd Wednesday.

Category Railway History
Bromsgrove Railway Club

'The Birthplace of British Motorsport & Aviation - Home of Concorde ... Support Brooklands Museum by joining the Brooklands Trust Members ... The BTM organise dozens of events specifically aimed at members throughout the year. These include a series of Classic Talks, interviews with Motoring Legends, lunches etc. ... '

Brooklands Museum
Also indexedBrooklands Trust Members

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  9. Alfreton
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  18. Armagh Banbridge Craigavon
  19. Arnold
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  23. Ashford (Kent)
  24. Ashton-Under-Lyne
  25. Aylesbury
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  27. Bakewell
  28. Banbury
  29. Bangor
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  33. Barnsley
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  42. Bedford
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  45. Beverley
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  47. Bicester
  48. Bideford
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  52. Birmingham
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  54. Bishop's Stortford
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  58. Blandford Forum
  59. Bodmin
  60. Bognor Regis
  61. Bolton
  62. Boston
  63. Bournemouth
  64. Brackley
  65. Bracknell
  66. Bradford
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  68. Brecon
  69. Brent (London)
  70. Brentwood
  71. Bridgend
  72. Bridgnorth
  73. Bridgwater
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  79. Bromley
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  84. Burton-upon-Trent
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  86. Bury St Edmunds
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  89. Camborne
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  160. East Lothian
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  166. Evesham
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  175. Felixstowe
  176. Fermanagh Omagh
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  178. Folkestone
  179. Fort William
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  183. Galashiels
  184. Gateshead
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  187. Glossop
  188. Gloucester
  189. Godalming
  190. Goole
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  192. Grantham
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  196. Greenwich
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  199. Gwynedd
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  202. Halifax
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  213. Hatfield
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  215. Haverhill
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  219. Haywards Heath
  220. Hebden Bridge
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  222. Hemel Hempstead
  223. Henley-on-Thames
  224. Hereford
  225. Hertford
  226. Hexham
  227. High Wycombe
  228. Hillingdon
  229. Hinckley
  230. Hitchin
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  232. Horncastle
  233. Horsham
  234. Hounslow
  235. Hoylake
  236. Huddersfield
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  258. King’s Lynn
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  260. Lambeth
  261. Lancaster
  262. Launceston
  263. Leatherhead
  264. Ledbury
  265. Leeds
  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. Midlothian
  312. Milton Keynes
  313. Minehead
  314. Monmouth
  315. Moray
  316. Morley
  317. Morpeth
  318. Neath Port Talbot
  319. Newark-on-Trent
  320. Newbury
  321. Newcastle upon Tyne
  322. Newham
  323. Newport (Wales)
  324. Newquay
  325. Newry Mourne Down
  326. Newton Abbot
  327. Newton Stewart
  328. Newtown (Powys)
  329. North Ayrshire
  330. North Lanarkshire
  331. Northallerton
  332. Northampton
  333. Northwich
  334. Norwich
  335. Nottingham
  336. Nuneaton
  337. Oakham
  338. Oban
  339. Okehampton
  340. Oldham
  341. Olney
  342. Orkney
  343. Ormskirk
  344. Orpington
  345. Oswestry
  346. Otley
  347. Oundle
  348. Oxford
  349. Paignton
  350. Peebles
  351. Pembrokeshire
  352. Penrith
  353. Penzance
  354. Perth
  355. Peterborough
  356. Petersfield
  357. Pitlochry
  358. Plymouth
  359. Pontefract
  360. Poole
  361. Portsmouth
  362. Preston
  363. Prestwich
  364. Rayleigh
  365. Reading
  366. Redbridge
  367. Redcar
  368. Redditch
  369. Reigate
  370. Renfrewshire (CA)
  371. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  372. Rhyl
  373. Richmond (North Yorks)
  374. Richmond-upon-Thames
  375. Rickmansworth
  376. Ripon
  377. Rochdale
  378. Romsey
  379. Ross-on-Wye
  380. Rotherham
  381. Royal Leamington Spa
  382. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  383. Rugby
  384. Ruthin
  385. Sale
  386. Salford
  387. Salisbury
  388. Saltash
  389. Sandbach
  390. Scarborough
  391. Scunthorpe
  392. Selby
  393. Selly Oak
  394. Sevenoaks
  395. Sheffield
  396. Sherborne
  397. Shetland Islands
  398. Shrewsbury
  399. Sidmouth
  400. Skipton
  401. Solihull
  402. South Ayrshire
  403. South Lanarkshire
  404. South Shields
  405. Southampton
  406. Southend-on-Sea
  407. Southport
  408. Southwark
  409. Southwell
  410. Spalding
  411. St Albans
  412. St Andrews
  413. St Austell
  414. St Helens
  415. St Ives
  416. Stafford
  417. Staines-upon-Thames
  418. Stamford
  419. Stevenage
  420. Stirling
  421. Stockport
  422. Stockton-on-Tees
  423. Stoke-on-Trent
  424. Stow-on-the-Wold
  425. Stowmarket
  426. Stratford-on-Avon
  427. Stroud
  428. Sudbury
  429. Sunderland
  430. Sutton (London)
  431. Sutton Coldfield
  432. Swaffham
  433. Swanage
  434. Swansea
  435. Swindon
  436. Tamworth
  437. Taunton
  438. Tavistock
  439. Teignmouth
  440. Telford
  441. Tenterden
  442. Tewkesbury
  443. Thame (Oxon)
  444. Thornbury
  445. Tiverton
  446. Torfaen
  447. Torquay
  448. Totnes
  449. Towcester
  450. Tower Hamlets
  451. Trowbridge
  452. Truro
  453. Ullapool
  454. Ulverston
  455. Uppingham
  456. Vale of Glamorgan
  457. Wadebridge
  458. Wakefield
  459. Wallasey
  460. Wallsend
  461. Walsall
  462. Waltham Forest
  463. Walton-on-Thames
  464. Wandsworth
  465. Warrington
  466. Warwick
  467. Watford
  468. Wellingborough
  469. Wells (City)
  470. Welwyn Garden City
  471. West Bridgford
  472. West Bromwich
  473. West Lothian
  474. Westminster
  475. Weston-Super-Mare
  476. Wetherby
  477. Weymouth
  478. Whitchurch
  479. Whitehaven
  480. Wick (Highland)
  481. Wigan
  482. Wigston
  483. Wilmslow
  484. Wimborne Minster
  485. Winchester
  486. Windermere
  487. Windsor
  488. Wisbech
  489. Witney
  490. Woking
  491. Wolverhampton
  492. Woodbridge
  493. Worcester
  494. Workington
  495. Worksop
  496. Worthing
  497. Wrexham
  498. Yate
  499. Yeovil
  500. York (City)