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'The Essex branch of The Western Front Association meets every month, except August. We meet at Hornchurch and Hatfield Peverel. Non members are always welcome.'

Western Front Association - Essex

Meet second Wednesday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - Heart of England

Monthly meetings, Friday evenings. ALERT ‘The future of this Branch is currently under review.  There is no programme of speakers for 2018. The status of the Herts & Beds branch will be advised when further information is available.’

Western Front Association - Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire

'We offer a programme of speakers to cater for a wide range of interest - from the home front to the battlefield, from the conduct of armies to the personal experience of individuals. We aim to create a friendly, lively atmosphere where people with common interests in The Great War can share experience and information, as well as benefiting from high quality speakers.'

Western Front Association - Kent (East)
Western Front Association - Lancashire and Cheshire

‘The Branch meets every sixth week ... We welcome anyone with an interest in the Great War to attend our meetings. Amongst our members and regular attendees you will be able to draw upon a great wealth of knowledge. We have academics, published authors and many others with their own niche areas of expertise who are all mutually supportive in educating others about the War.’

Western Front Association - Lincoln and North Lincs

‘Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month (except January and August) at 7.00pm.’

Western Front Association - London

Monthly meetings, Thursday evenings.

Western Front Association - Merseyside

Meet second Friday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - Midlands (East)

Meet first Monday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - North Lancashire

‘We meet at 19.30 hrs for 20:00hrs on the 2nd Thursday of each month.’

Western Front Association - Northamptonshire

Meet 4th Monday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - Northumberland

Occasional evening meetings. ALERT This Branch no longer seems to meet.

Western Front Association - Norwich and Waveney
Western Front Association - Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire

Meet once per month, Saturday afternoons.

Western Front Association - Scotland (North)

Meet approximately every two months, Sunday afternoons.

Western Front Association - Scotland (South)

'Our meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month and commence at 7.45 pm. (We do not meet in August or December) ... We welcome any person who has an interest in the Great War 1914-1918.'

Western Front Association - Somerset

Meet second Wednesday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - Suffolk

'Meets ... at 7.45 pm on the third Wednesday of the month (second Wednesday in December) to hear a talk on a topic related to the Great War.'

Western Front Association - Surrey

Meet last Thursday evening of the month.

Western Front Association - Thames Valley

Meet first Saturday afternoon of the month.

Western Front Association - Wales (North)

Meet second Saturday afternoon of the month.

Western Front Association - Wessex
Also indexedWFA Dorset and South Wiltshire Branch

Meet second Saturday afternoon of the month.

Category Wolverhampton
Western Front Association - Wolverhampton

Meet third Saturday afternoon of the month.

Western Front Association - Yorkshire

Meet first Saturday afternoon of the month.

Western Front Association - Yorkshire (West Riding)

Organize 'meetings & visits throughout the South West (approx. 7 or 8) per year, which are usually held on a Saturday'.

Western Power Electricity Historical Society
Also indexedSouth Western Electricity Historical Society

'The Westminster Abbey Institute has been founded to foster faith in public life, among those working around Parliament Square and beyond. The Institute draws on the Abbey’s resources of spirituality and scholarship, rooted in its Benedictine tradition, to be a public forum for vigorous debate and lively truth-telling on issues of faith, ethics, politics and public policy-making.'

Westminster Abbey Institute
Named Lectures & TalksEric Symes Abbott Memorial Lectures | Gore Lectures | One People Oration Lectures

'Aims to foster awareness of the Earth Sciences and to provide a forum for all who are interested. Membership is open to all and non-members can attend individual events. Particular encouragement is given to those with little knowledge of geology ... In winter a programme of evening lectures takes place ... usually on the third Wednesday of the month.'

Westmorland Geological Society

'Meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month, except August and December ... commencing at 7.30 pm. New members and visitors are always welcome.'

Weston-super-Mare & District Family History Society

Monthly winter meetings, Tuesday evenings.

Weston-Super-Mare Archaeological & Natural History Society

Festival usually held in the second half of October.

Category Arts Festivals
Wetherby Festival

Monthly meetings, usually third Friday evening at 7.30 pm. 'Weymouth Astronomy Club is keen to attract new members regardless of experience. The only pre-requisite required is a keen interest in the night sky.'

Weymouth Astronomy Club

'Regular meetings are arranged to hear talks and discuss topics of interest. All are welcome.'

Weymouth Civic Society

'We have currently over 500 members and offer a varied programme of winter evening lectures and conservation work on our reserves, and guided walks and visits to wildlife sites during the summer.'

Category Ilkley
Wharfedale Naturalists Society, The

'We hold meetings on the last Wednesday of every month (except August and December) ... The meetings start at 7.30 pm and there is always a speaker who gives a one hour presentation on a topic of local interest or history.'

Wheatley Hill History Club

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WhereCanWeGo.com

'We meet at 7.30 pm ... on the fourth Monday in the month, from September to March, to hear a talk on a historical subject. Tea and coffee are available from 7.00 pm.'

Category Gateshead
Whickham History Society

'The society has a monthly talk on Whitby's history and Whitby life. They are usually held ... on the third Monday of each month and cost £2.00 but members pay £1.00. They are open to all and everyone is welcome. Tea or coffee and a biscuit is sold during the interval. This year we are introducing selling something to eat as an extra ...'

Whitby Civic Society

'Talks take place at 2.15 pm on the fourth Wednesday in every month, except for August and December, in the Normanby Room. Whilst originally intended for members of the Lit. and Phil., non-members are now most welcome on payment of £1.00. Talks usually last just over 1 hour and are often accompanied by slides or other illustrative matter ...Whitby Museum is owned and operated by Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society, a charitable body established in January 1823, a period when such societies operated in many British towns ... The chief object of the Society was to setup and maintain a museum, specialising in fossils, since “Whitby is a chief town of a district abounding with petrifications and containing not a few Antiquities".'

Whitby Literary & Philosophical Society
Also indexedWhitby Museum

'Between October and late February with a break in December, there is a programme of illustrated lectures held every Saturday afternoon in the Normanby Room at the museum in Pannett Park: the meeting starts at 2.00 pm and normally finishes about 3.30. Each of the Interest Groups is covered and the lectures are given both by our members and external specialists.'

Whitby Naturalists' Club

'We hold weekly meetings at 8.00 pm every Wednesday between September and June.'

Whitchurch Hill Camera Club

The Forum 'meets three times a year, twice for afternoons of papers from the participating departments, once for a one-day workshop with invited speakers. Anyone interested in attending (and all are welcome!) should contact any of the organisers for further information'.

Category Philosophy
White Rose Aesthetics Forum
Also indexedUniversity of Hull | University of Leeds | University of Sheffield | University of York

'We have an ongoing programme of research seminars, workshops, symposia and conferences which engage our staff and students as well as invited speakers from outside the Centre ... Many events are also open to a wider audience from business, the public and voluntary sectors and the general public.'

Category Asia
White Rose East Asia Centre
Also indexedUniversity of Leeds | University of Sheffield | National Institute of Chinese Studies | National Institute of Japanese Studies

Evening talks and other events. Usually small charge.

Category Art Galleries
Whitechapel Gallery

Whitehall, built around 1500, is a historic timber framed Tudor house museum situated in a conservation area, amidst delightful weather-boarded cottages in Cheam Village, it is a shining example of a joint community project, for whilst the building is owned, maintained and managed by the London Borough of Sutton, through the Museum and Heritage Division, it opens to the public with the help of The Friends of Whitehall, a voluntary organisation.’

Whitehall Historic House, Cheam
Also indexedFriends of Whitehall | London Borough of Sutton

'We meet in the winter months for educational talks, videos and for social events. The Branch is small but enthusiastic and is more than happy to welcome along anyone who is interested in Bees and Beekeeping.'

Whitehaven & District Beekeepers Association

Meets 'each Monday evening 8 pm throughout the season and at other times for special events or club outings ... With a variation of special guest speakers during the season's programme, a number of practical evenings, and with a huge input from the current membership it should all add up for a most rewarding and entertaining photographic experience for everyone'.

Whitehead and Islandmagee Camera Club

Occasional public lectures, often organized by the 'Friends'.

Whithorn Trust, The
Also indexedSt Ninian Festival

'We meet at 8 pm on the first and third Friday of each month from September to May ... We look forward to welcoming you!'

Whitstable Photographic Society

'We meet on the first Friday of every month, except January which will be the 2nd Friday ... to start at 8.00 pm.'

Whittingham Gardening Club of Waltham Forest

'Our group meets weekly ... at 7.00 pm on Tuesday evenings.'

Whitwell Local History Group

Occasional talks and related events.

Category Art Galleries
Whitworth Art Gallery, The
Also indexedUniversity of Manchester

'The Society have a programme of monthly lectures, which are usually held on the first Wednesday in every month, between the months of October and June, and start time is 7.30 pm.'

Whitworth Historical Society

'We meet on the first Wednesday of every month ... and everyone is welcome. We have guest speakers and go on guided walks and visits arranged to suit the interests of the members, but usually with a local or Dartmoor flavour.'

Widecombe History Group

‘One of the world's leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era. Formed in 1933, the Library's unique collection of over one million items includes published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs and eyewitness testimony.’ Programme of lectures and talks.

Wiener Holocaust Library, The

'We meet on the first Wednesday of the month, at 7.30, ... for lectures and discussions on topics of historical or archaeological interest.'

Wigan Archaeological Society, The

'We have monthly meetings on the second Monday of the month ... at 7.30 pm.'

Wigan Civic Trust

'Meetings are held ... on the third Monday of each month (7.30 for 8.00 pm). No meetings are held in July and August.'

Wigan Family & Local History Society

'Behind the Music is an ongoing series of study events for adults (16+) including workshops, talks, courses and masterclasses. Why not find out more about a favourite piece of music by attending a pre-concert talk or watching a brilliant virtuoso give a masterclass; delve into Schumann Song or Bach Cello Suites on a Wigmore Study Group course; or attend one of our regular Introduction to Music courses which offer beginner-level classes on a range of topics?'

Category Music & Dance
Wigmore Hall
Also indexedBehind the Music

Series of six lectures over the Winter, third Wednesday evening in the month.

Wigmore Lectures
Also indexedMedway Libraries

Usually held late September/early October.

Wigtown Book Festival
Also indexedWigtown: Scotland's National Book Town
Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation
Named Lectures & TalksAlderman Sydney Smith Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of Hull

'We hold weekly meetings, every Saturday during term-time at 4.30 pm. Both members and non-members of the University are welcome.'

Category Cambridge
Wilberforce Society, The
Also indexedUniversity of Cambridge

Winter fortnightly lectures, Wednesday evenings.

Wilderness Lectures

Occasional talks at one or another of their Centres.

Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Combined diary of events throughout the region: can filter Type of event by 'Talk'.

Category Wildlife Trusts
Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire, The

'Indoor meetings will be ... at 7.30 pm on Thursday evenings. These meetings will be held jointly with the University's natural history society: WildSoc ... Non-members are welcome to come to any of our meetings.'

Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales - Cardiff

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Category Wildlife Trusts
Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales, The

Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) is widely recognised as one of the greatest voices of the First World War. His self-appointed task was to speak for the men in his care, to show the “Pity of War”. Owen's enduring and influential poetry is evidence of his bleak realism, his energy and indignation, his compassion and his great technical skill. The Wilfred Owen Association was formed in 1989 to commemorate Wilfred Owen's life and work.’

Wilfred Owen Association, The

'Meetings take place ... at 7.30 pm on the second Tuesday each month unless otherwise notified.'

Willenhall History Society

'The Society meets at 7.30 pm on a Wednesday from September to June ... We are looking for people to become more involved in the running of the Society. Please come along and have a chat with us if you have an interest in local history and would like to help with the Society.'

Willesden Local History Society

Organize an Annual Memorial Lecture - normally held in October - plus occasional other events.

William Cobbett Society, The

Annual Lecture to commemorate the life and work of the naturalist William Moreton Condry (1918-1998).

William Condry Memorial Lecture

'The major annual event for the Society is the William Herschel Lecture. This is held close to March 13th, commemorating Herschel's famous discovery of Uranus from the gardens of 19 New King Street in 1781. A distinguished scientist, usually an astronomer, is invited to deliver the lecture which is chaired by the President. A joint public lecture is given during the winter with the University of Bath. The Society collaborates with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution (BRLSI) in the 'Herschel Discussion Group' which meets on the first Friday evening of each month. This group arranges lectures, discussions, exhibitions and visits and forms part of the Society's educational outreach. The Society also arranges a course of lectures on Modern Astronomical Discoveries held on Saturday mornings during the Autumn.'

William Herschel Society, The
Also indexedBath Astronomers

'Discover the life and works of Britain’s most inspiring designer at the newly-refurbished William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow, London.'

Category Arts & Crafts
William Morris Gallery
Also indexedWaltham Forest Council

The Society 'runs a varied and interesting series of talks and visits throughout the year ... The pre-booking of tickets for all visits is required. Pre-booking for events at our premises is advised. Our historic Coach House lecture room has limited seating capacity and if you attend without pre-booking you risk being turned away'.

William Morris Society UK

'We generate ideas about the impact of religion on civil society, wellbeing, politics and economics, and urban change.'

 

ALERT This Record formerly referenced the William Temple Association - York

Category Christianity
William Temple Foundation

'Activities are supported by the Friends of the Williamson Art Gallery & Wirral Museums, including the private views to exhibitions, purchases for the collections, costs of conservation.'

Category Art Galleries
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum

'The Williamson Tunnels are a labyrinth of tunnels and underground caverns under the Edge Hill district of Liverpool in north-west England. They were built in the first few decades of the 1800s under the control of a retired tobacco merchant called Joseph Williamson. The purpose of their construction is not known with any certainty. Theories range from pure philanthropy, offering work to the unemployed of the district, to religious extremism, the tunnels being an underground haven from a predicted Armageddon. Although some of the tunnels have been lost over the years, a lot of them still exist today, under what is now a residential area. One section of the tunnels has been cleared and renovated and is open to the public. The remaining parts of the labyrinth are closed, with many suspected tunnels yet to be rediscovered ... Friends of Williamson's Tunnels is a voluntary organisation which is trying to find and excavate the whole of the system. We are one of the biggest local history societies in Britain ... Monthly meetings for FoWT members continue to be held ... on the first Monday of each month, starting at 6.00 pm. As well as hearing the latest news about the tunnels, you can enjoy an interesting talk from one of our guest speakers.'

Category Social History
Williamson's Tunnels

Winter monthly evening meetings, usually third Tuesday of the month, 7.30 pm.

Category Bedford
Willington Local History Group

'All meetings are on Wednesdays at 7.15 for 7.30 pm unless otherwise stated. Visitors are welcome at all meetings - there's currently a £2 fee for non-members - refundable if you join!'

Wilmslow Guild Photographic Society

Monthly evening meetings.

Wilmslow Historical Society

'Wiltshire Heritage Museum runs a large number of events, exhibitions and activities both for the general public and members of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.'

Wiltshire Archaeological & Natural History Society
Also indexedWiltshire Museum

Five Branches: Kennet, Melksham, Salisbury, Swindon, West Wiltshire.

Wiltshire Beekeepers Association

Access to Programmes at the Society's seven Centres.

Wiltshire Family History Society

Meetings 'second Tuesday each month 7.15 pm'.

Wiltshire Family History Society - Chippenham/Calne

Meetings 'first and third Tuesday of each month, 7.30 pm.'

Wiltshire Family History Society - Devizes

Meetings 'fourth Wednesday each month, 7.00 pm'.

Wiltshire Family History Society - Malmesbury

Meetings 'third Wednesday each month, 7.30 pm'.

Wiltshire Family History Society - Salisbury

Meetings 'second and fourth Thursday of each month, starting at 7.30 pm'.

Wiltshire Family History Society - Swindon

Meetings 'fourth Thursday each month 7.15 pm'.

Wiltshire Family History Society - Westbury

Range of talks listed.

Category Wildlife Trusts
Wiltshire Wildlife Trust

Usually held late September/early October.

Wimbledon Bookfest

'The lecture programme runs each Autumn and Winter between October and March.'

Wimbledon Society, The

'Our normal programme season operates between September to April, when we meet at 7.30 pm every Monday ... If you are interested in visiting us, maybe with a view to joining, please come along to any of our programme evenings. You will be made most welcome.'

Wimborne Camera Club

The Society 'host a variety of talks on topics related to the historical and contemporary development of Wimborne and its environs'.

Wimborne Civic Society

Ethos is ‘to bring Wimborne an eclectic, informative programme of authors, poets, workshops and events during the day and most evenings’. Held Mid May.

Wimborne Literary Festival
Winchcombe Gardening Club

'In winter we meet ... on the second Tuesday of each month to hear invited speakers on various bee-related subjects. Recent topics have included the physiology of bee stings, bee-friendly gardening, and the local history of beekeeping amongst others.'

Category Winchester
Winchester & District Beekeepers' Association

Festival usually held early July.

Category Arts Festivals
Winchester Festival

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  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)