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'We meet at 7.30 - 9.30 pm on the first Wednesday each month.'

Thurrock Astronomical Society

'The Society usually meets on the 3rd Friday of the month.'

Thurrock Local History Society
Tickhill and District Local History Society
Times Cheltenham Literature Festival, The
Times Cheltenham Science Festival, The
Tintinhull Local History Group

'The Society produces a quarterly newsletter and holds monthly talks and slide shows with a local flavour, together with other varied social events. Membership is open to all, Tiptonians or not, who have a genuine interest in the town, irrespective of nationality, religion or ethnicity. The Society is non-political, non-sectarian and independent of any other organisation, but is a member of Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement in England.'

Tipton Civic Society

'Events and held ... at 7.30 pm, usually on the first school-term Friday of the month.'

Tiverton & Mid Devon Astronomy Society

Regular evening talks.

Tiverton Civic Society

'The club season lasts from September to May with weekly meetings held at ... 7.45 pm on Thursday evenings.'

Tonbridge Camera Club

Monthly talks, Tuesday evenings.

Tonbridge Civic Society

Monthly evening meetings.

Tonbridge Historical Society

'Our lively, all-year-round events programme provides readers and authors with the opportunity to meet and chat within the convivial surroundings of our hand-crafted bookcases.'

Category Bookshops
Topping & Company Booksellers [Bath]

'Our lively, all-year-round events programme provides readers and authors with the opportunity to meet and chat within the convivial surroundings of our hand-crafted bookcases.'

Category Bookshops
Topping & Company Booksellers [Ely]

Lunchtime lectures most months throughout the summer.

Topsham Museum

'Arranges various talks each winter, this year in November, January, February and March. These are often given by local speakers and range across a variety of topics.'

Topsham Society, The

The 'monthly meeting (generally on the third Thursday) is a "lecture" event. Lecture meetings (A.G.M. excepted) have an illustrated talk, informal discussions and observational reports, etc.'

Torbay Astronomical Society

'Meetings are held on a Wednesday starting at 7.30 pm and the season runs from September to May ... Membership is open to photographers of all abilities, amateur or professional. Anyone wishing to find out a bit more about the society is welcome to come along to a couple of meetings as a guest.'

Category Torquay
Torbay Photographic Society

'The TORCH Enlightenment Programme/Besterman Centre for the Enlightenment aims to co-ordinate and foster research that builds on the University of Oxford’s extraordinarily rich resources for the study of the Enlightenment. Our interdisciplinary events bring together scholars from across the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and beyond ... At present, our principal activities as a Programme comprise an annual Besterman Lecture by an invited scholar; an annual conference; and the Enlightenment Workshop, a series of eight seminars held in Hilary Term each year.'

Torch Enlightenment Programme
Named Lectures & TalksBesterman Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Oxford

'We meet regularly in Torquay from autumn to spring for thirteen talks on plants, gardens and gardening. We also run coach trips and hold social events and a summer show. Membership £20 p.a. - which includes quarterly newsletters and free entry to the Society's talks. Non-members are welcome to attend the talks for a £5 entrance fee. Whether you live in S. Devon or are on holiday, we would be delighted to see you.'

Torquay & District Horticultural Society

'The annual lecture series runs from October to April each year, on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday afternoons, with a diverse and interesting range of topics. The lectures are open to Members of the Museum Society and the general public (a donation of £4 per lecture is requested).'

Torquay Museum

Evening meetings every fortnight.

Totnes Astrology Group

'Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month (except August) at 7.30 pm.'

Towcester and District Local History Society

Occasional talks and related events. Note also the benefits of Membership, which include 'Private views with curator and artist talks'.

Category Art Galleries
Towner Art Gallery

Monthly meetings, Monday evenings.

Category Military History
Towton Battlefield Society

The Association, which is based in Hereford, 'celebrates and promotes the life and work of the poet and spiritual writer Thomas Traherne'. The Events page gives 'details of our annual festival and other lectures and activities'.

Traherne Association

'There are active Area Groups in many parts of the UK. They hold regular varied meetings and exchange modelling information. These TLRS meetings are part of the diary compiled by the Tramway Liason Committee, which is shown on the LRTA Meetings page.'

Tramway & Light Railway Society

Meetings '2nd Wednesday of the month starting prompt at 19.40. New members and visitors very welcome.'

Tramway & Light Railway Society - Brighton

Have organized winter afternoon talks, usually last Saturday in the month.

Category Lancaster
Tramway & Light Railway Society - Garstang

Monthly meetings, normally third Monday, 7.30 pm.

Tramway & Light Railway Society - Liverpool

Usually meet second Monday evening of the month, 19.30 hours.

Tramway & Light Railway Society - Thames Valley

Meetings 'third Monday of month', 19.30.

Tramway & Light Railway Society - Wickham

Occasional talks and related events listed.

Transition Cambridge

Occasional talks.

Transition Highgate
Also indexedHighgate Climate Action Network

'Our invited speakers are scholars, biographers, and, occasionally, particularly renowned practitioners. Each talk is of about fifty minutes’ duration, and is followed by a thirty minute seminar discussion, in which people attending contribute reflections, questions, and comments.' Usually small charge: 'Many talks sell out, so booking ahead is advised. Reserve seats by phone ...'

Treadwells

Lecture Dinners and related events.

Category National Trust
Treasurer's House, York
Also indexedNational Trust

Occasional talks.

Trebah Garden

Friends of Treborth Botanic Garden 'In 1997, a small group of people interested in Treborth's future founded the Friends of Treborth, and now it has over 200 members and a steady income to improve the gardens and facilities. A variety of events is arranged constituting of lectures, workshops, field outings, garden visits, plant sales and open days.'

Treborth Botanic Garden
Named Lectures & TalksLen Beer Memorial Lecture
Also indexedBangor University

A winter talks programme has been organized by the Friends of Tredegar House: monthly, Wednesday afternoons or evenings.

Category National Trust
Tredegar House
Also indexedNational Trust

'Meets on the evening of the last Thursday of each month.'

Treeton Local History Group

‘Based in wild and beautiful West Penwith, Cornwall. We are affiliated to the British Society of Dowsers and our focus is on the core dowsing applications: Archaeology, Earth Energies, Health and Well-Being, Water. New members and guests are always welcome ... Our activities include a series of fascinating talks and presentations by excellent speakers and trips to interesting places with plenty of good dowsing opportunities.’

Category St Ives
Trencrom Dowsers

'As an educational charity the Society aims to encourage an interest in Industrial Archaeology through lectures, outings and other meetings and by publishing the results of individual research through its Journal and other publications.'

Trevithick Society

Winter evening lectures, usually monthly.

Trevithick Society - East Cornwall

'We meet every Thursday from late September though to early May ... at 7.30 pm.'

Tring & District Camera Club

'Six times a year, on Wednesday evenings at 8 pm, Members are treated to an hour’s talk on an aspect of local history. These are informal gatherings, and are usually accompanied by a slide show to illustrate the Talk.'

Tring & District Local History & Museum Society

'Trinity College hosts a number of Public Lectures, which take place on a regular basis (usually either annually or biannually) ... The lectures are open to all, with no ticket required.'

Trinity College
Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge

Occasional lectures, which may be open to all, as well as the annual Graham Storey Lecture: 'This is an open lecture and all are welcome, but please book your place in advance'.

Trinity Hall
Named Lectures & TalksGraham Storey Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge

‘Seminar groups are a great way to read Trollope. With so many novels to choose from they provide an excellent reason to read the lesser well known works, as well as to reread the favourites. Each seminar is lead by one of the members of the group, and everyone’s participation is welcomed.‘

Trollope Society, The

Monthly meetings 'held from September till June'.

Troon & Ayrshire Family History Society

'Meetings are held about four times a year ... usually at 8.00 pm.'

Trumpington Local History Group

'We meet every Monday evening ... from the beginning of September through to the end of April. Meetings start at 7.30 pm and finish around 10.00 pm.'

Truro Camera Club

'Meetings held ... at 7.30 pm September to April, second Tuesday of every month.'

Truro Old Cornwall Society

The Society organizes a small number of evening meetings each year. When last reviewed there was not available a separate Website listing of these; but the details are usually accessible from the Website of Truro Cathedral - in whose Chapter House the Lectures are normally held.

Truro Theological Society

'Meetings are held on the last Thursday of every month between September and May ... and start at 7.30 pm. There is a nominal charge of £1.00 for members, £1.50 for guests. Tea/coffee is served following the talk, and a donation is appreciated ... Tullibody is an ancient village in the smallest county of Scotland, Clackmannanshire. It dates back to 4,000 BC or earlier. The History Group was formed in 2001 and we opened our Heritage Centre in 2003.'

Category Clackmannanshire
Tullibody History Group

Programmes of lunchtime and evening talks.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
Also indexedCarlisle City Council

Have offered a range of talks.

Category Broadstairs
Turner Contemporary

'The Society regularly mounts lectures and informal talks given by the world's leading experts on the painter; it organises out-of-hours viewings of important public exhibitions of his work, as well as visits to the Study Room at Tate Britain where the Bequest works on paper are held; and it arranges trips to see private collections that include works by Turner. In addition, it publishes a fine magazine which goes to all members of the Society three times a year, and it works tirelessly to deepen awareness of the range and power of Turner's astonishing genius.'

Turner Society, The

'We have regular meetings on the 3rd Tuesday and 4th Friday of the month. Our Tuesday meeting is an indoor session with a variety of interesting talks and discussion on all aspects of astronomy. The Friday meeting is a hands on practical session and focuses on helping people learn how to set up their equipment, find celestial objects and ultimately give everyone a chance to do some observing.'

Tweeddale Astronomical Society

Organizes 'six winter meetings at five of which lectures are given on subjects within the remit of the Society's constitution, one of these is normally held as a joint meeting with the Peeblesshire Archaeological Society'.

Tweeddale Society, The
Also indexedPeeblesshire Archaeological Society

'We run a full programme of events to help people learn more about 20th century architecture. These events also help to raise general public awareness of important post-1914 buildings and fund our campaigning work ... We regularly offer illustrated lectures on 20th century architecture and design topics. These are informal events where members can meet over a glass of wine ... Many events are open to everyone, but Society members pay less and are able to book in advance.'

Category Social History
Twentieth Century Society, The
Twickenham & Thames Valley Bee-Keepers' Association
Named Lectures & TalksGeorge Tinker Lecture | Rosina Clark Memorial Lecture

Winter evening talks, usually Wednesday. ALERT Latest events for the Society listed at Review were for  2016.

Twickenham Society, The

Monthly evening meetings: ''The two villages are Broughton and Milton Keynes Village, close neighbours which have for many years shared a Parish Council and amenities such as a school and a community centre'.

Two Villages Archive Trust
Also indexedBroughton | Milton Keynes

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

Category Reading
Twyford and Ruscombe Local History Society

'Meetings are held ... usually on the second and fourth Fridays of each Month, September through May inclusive at 7.00 pm.'

Tynemouth Philatelic Society

UCL

Lunch Hour Lectures are an opportunity for anyone to sample the exceptional research work taking place at the university, in bite size chunks. Speakers are drawn from across UCL and lectures frequently showcase new research and recent academic publications. Lunch Hour Lectures require no pre-booking, are free to attend and are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis.'

UCL
Also indexedUniversity of London | University College London

'We have several different seminar programmes, most of which are free of charge and open to the public. Refreshments are always available We have a sandwich lunch available for our lunchtime seminars and have a wine reception after our evening events. To attend our events it is essential to book ...'

UCL Constitution Unit
Also indexedUCL | School of Public Policy

Programme of events, a number of which can be open to members of the public.

UCL Energy Institute

Ramge of lectures, talks and related events.

UCL Museums & Collections
Also indexedUCL

Have held 'Humanities' conversations in this Series.

UEA Café Conversations - Humanities

Have had occasional series in the past: 'Discuss, debate and discover in an informal setting with a variety of expert hosts.'

UEA Café Conversations - Philosophy
Also indexedUniversity of East Anglia | Community University Engagement Office

Usually held throughout the Spring.

UEA Literary Festival
Also indexedUniversity of East Anglia

Parliament Talks: 'A series of regular, subject-specific events to be held around the UK ... Each event will feature a range of expert speakers who will explain and lead discussion on Parliament’s vital role in effectively scrutinising public policy and holding the Government to account. Attendees at Parliament Talks events will find out how the work of Parliament is particularly relevant to a specific subject or issue and the opportunities to engage with and influence the members and committees of the House of Commons and House of Lords.'

UK Parliament

'This page tells you about river-related events happening soon in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Ireland. Examples of things we like to include here: river festivals, beach cleans, hands-on fishing demonstrations, lectures or workshops on nature topics, campaigning events and protests related to rivers and related environmental issues ...'

'The aim is to run an annual book festival the purpose of which is to promote and encourage the study, appreciation and knowledge of literature in Ullapool and the surrounding district. We include work written in Gaelic and Scots. We have a strong Gaelic element bearing in mind our heritage and the fact that there are many Gaelic learners in the area as well as native speakers. Literature has a significant place in Highland culture and life. The book festival is not just a showcase for Highland writers but also for writers from other parts of Scotland, and indeed the world, to come and create an inspirational atmosphere. It gives an opportunity for local people and visitors alike to hear the best the world of literature has to offer.' Held Mid May.

Ullapool Book Festival

Monthly lectures, Monday evenings.

Ulster Archaeological Society, The

'We maintain a full programme of visits and lectures throughout the year ... Members may bring guests to unrestricted events and non members are always welcome at lectures.'

Ulster Architectural Heritage Society

Monthly lectures, Thursday evenings. Enquire about attendance.

Category City of Belfast
Ulster Society for Irish Historical Studies
Named Lectures & TalksJ C Beckett Memorial Lecture
Also indexedQueen's University Belfast

'The Ulster Wildlife Trust runs a range of events each year. These include walks, talks, fun activities for all the family, ecological surveying , practical conservation opportunities, fundraising events and more.'

Category Wildlife Trusts
Ulster Wildlife Trust

'Talks, study and discussion on Theosophy at the London Centre ... Events are open to all and always free ... No need to book in advance.'

Category Westminster
United Lodge of Theosophists

Links to some details of over 60 Branches of the Association: 'In many areas UNA-UK members can join a local branch. These volunteer-run groups support our work by organising a diverse range of grass-roots activities. Ranging from speaker and fundraising events to film screenings and coffee mornings, these activities raise awareness and interest in the work of the United Nations at a local level across the country.'

United Nations Association of the UK
Also indexedUNA-UK

Monthly talks, Tuesday lunchtimes. ALERT Unable at Review to find details of forthcoming events.

United Nations Association of the UK - Oxford

Organize Annual Lectures and related events.

United Nations Association of the UK - Westminster
Named Lectures & TalksFolke Bernadotte Memorial Lecture | Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen International Law Lecture
University for the Creative Arts

'Music, film, science, food and nutrition, exhibitions, Gaelic, debate, readings ...'

Category Arts Festivals
University of Aberdeen May Festival
Also indexedUniversity of Aberdeen

Programme 'includes the following lectures to which members of the general public, staff and students are all very welcome ...'.

University of Bath
University of Birmingham
University of Brighton

'The Public and Ceremonial Events Office organises a large number of lectures throughout the year which are given either by the University’s own academic staff, or by visiting speakers. Public lectures are listed in the University's events calendar. They are open events and entry is free of charge.'

University of Bristol
Also indexedCentre for Public Engagement

Monthly lectures, Thursday evenings, organized by the Friends of the Botanic Garden: 'All lectures are free to Friends (who are reminded to bring their membership cards). Non-Friends will be asked for a £5.00 donation.'

University of Bristol Botanic Garden

'The Concerts & Lectures Series is an ongoing cultural extravaganza of classical music and fascinating lectures on a wide variety of subjects, performed by talented (often visiting) musicians, academics and experts. They are all open to the public, so whether you’re staff, a student, alumni or just interested please come along and see what we’ve got to offer! ... Please check individual lectures for day and time. Drinks will be served in Seminar Rooms 4 & 5 following the lectures for all those who would like to stay for a short time of informal discussion. Admission is free (although donations are welcomed) and everyone is welcome.'

University of Buckingham

'webcast.berkeley is UC Berkeley's central service for online video & audio for students and learners around the globe.'

University of California Berkeley

'UCTV explores a broad spectrum of subjects of interest to a general audience, including science, health and medicine, public affairs, humanities, arts and music, education issues, and even gardening and agriculture. Programs range from documentaries, faculty lectures, cutting-edge research symposiums, artistic performances and more.'

University of California Television
Also indexedUCTV

Public Lecture Series 'Throughout the year, the university is pleased to offer a series of lectures which are open to the public. These lectures are all free of charge. However, if you would like to make a donation to support student scholarship and hardship funds a collection box will be available after each event. If you would like to book tickets for a lecture, please complete the booking form below or call ... Tickets will be posted to you 2 weeks prior to the lecture.'

University of Central Lancashire

'The University is proud to play a prominent role in the cultural life of Chester. Many of our events are free and open to everyone, and the programme is growing all the time (this website will be regularly updated with all the latest information on the public lectures). We hope you find something of interest and look forward to welcoming you to the University of Chester.'

University of Chester

'The University of Chichester presents another innovative series of lectures. The events are free of charge to attend, but we do ask you to kindly RSVP as indicated for each lecture.'

University of Chichester

'Conferences and Events at Derby'.

University of Derby
University of East Anglia

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  407. Southwark
  408. Southwell
  409. Spalding
  410. St Albans
  411. St Andrews
  412. St Austell
  413. St Helens
  414. St Ives
  415. Stafford
  416. Staines-upon-Thames
  417. Stamford
  418. Stevenage
  419. Stirling
  420. Stockport
  421. Stockton-on-Tees
  422. Stoke-on-Trent
  423. Stow-on-the-Wold
  424. Stowmarket
  425. Stratford-on-Avon
  426. Stroud
  427. Sudbury
  428. Sunderland
  429. Sutton (London)
  430. Sutton Coldfield
  431. Swaffham
  432. Swanage
  433. Swansea
  434. Swindon
  435. Tamworth
  436. Taunton
  437. Tavistock
  438. Teignmouth
  439. Telford
  440. Tenterden
  441. Tewkesbury
  442. Thame (Oxon)
  443. Thornbury
  444. Tiverton
  445. Torfaen
  446. Torquay
  447. Totnes
  448. Towcester
  449. Tower Hamlets
  450. Trowbridge
  451. Truro
  452. Ullapool
  453. Ulverston
  454. Uppingham
  455. Vale of Glamorgan
  456. Wadebridge
  457. Wakefield
  458. Wallasey
  459. Wallsend
  460. Walsall
  461. Waltham Forest
  462. Walton-on-Thames
  463. Wandsworth
  464. Warrington
  465. Warwick
  466. Watford
  467. Wellingborough
  468. Wells (City)
  469. Welwyn Garden City
  470. West Bridgford
  471. West Bromwich
  472. West Lothian
  473. Westminster
  474. Weston-Super-Mare
  475. Wetherby
  476. Weymouth
  477. Whitchurch
  478. Whitehaven
  479. Wick (Highland)
  480. Wigan
  481. Wigston
  482. Wilmslow
  483. Wimborne Minster
  484. Winchester
  485. Windermere
  486. Windsor
  487. Wisbech
  488. Witney
  489. Woking
  490. Wolverhampton
  491. Woodbridge
  492. Worcester
  493. Workington
  494. Worksop
  495. Worthing
  496. Wrexham
  497. Yate
  498. Yeovil
  499. York (City)