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'Meetings, which consist of talks on local history and other associated subjects, are held on the last Monday of each month from September to March inclusive, together with three outings during the summer period ... Non-members are very welcome; there is a small entrance charge.'

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'Meetings are held during the winter programme on Wednesdays at 7.30 at the Garstang Arts Centre, one of the oldest buildings in the village. The summer programme includes visits and walks etc.'

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

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‘Thinking futures is now widespread, fateful and problematic. Yet much futures research neglects the insights that social science, the arts and humanities, can offer. Lancaster’s Institute for Social Futures works innovatively across disciplinary boundaries linking science, social science and humanities to examine what futures might develop within key domains of human/material activity.‘

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'Meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month except December.'

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Monthly winter meetings, Monday evenings.

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Meets 'on the first Wednesday of every month. All regular monthly meetings ... commence at 7.30 pm prompt. Doors open at 7.00 pm'.

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'Meets once per month, at 7.30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month ... The Society holds 10 meetings per year (from September to June) on a variety of topics.'

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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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'Throughout the colder months at the beginning and end of each year we hold a diverse range of talks and lectures on a wide range of topics suitable for both novice and experienced beekeepers. This culminates at the end of the season with the annual honey show and annual dinner.' Various venues around and about Lancaster are used.

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Winter monthly evening meetings, usually first or second Wednesday at 7.30 pm: 'Lancaster Civic Society aims to encourage high standards of architecture and town planning in new development in Lancaster District, and to help preserve the historic character of the City'.

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'Lancaster City Museum, Lancaster Maritime Museum and the Judges' Lodgings host a joint programme of lunchtime talks on Mondays throughout the year. Talks are free but booking is required to reserve a place.'

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'We meet on Wednesday evenings from October to May ... at 7.30 pm. Meetings are a mixture of talks, portfolios, show and tell evenings and competitions ... Everyone is welcome!'

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'The Society meets on the third Monday in the month ... 7.30 pm.'

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Evening lectures, covering a range of subjects.

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‘We are a group of railway enthusiasts who meet monthly to hear presentations on varied aspects of the railways. If you are interested why not come along and join us at our meetings which are usually held at 1915 (for 1930) on the first Friday of the month ... Both Society members and non-members are very welcome to attend our meetings.’

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'The Centre is involved in a programme of regular activities that are open to the public. These include a series of study days on various subjects, an annual archaeology forum and periodic workshops.'

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Weekly term-time Ruskin Research Seminars - to which 'Anyone' can attend - plus other events including the annual Mikimoto Memorial Ruskin Lecture, usually held in November.

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'We will be arranging regular talks from scientists, psychologists, journalists and political figures. These will tend to be skeptical people, although we want to invite people from all sides of a discussion to the events themselves.'

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Range of talks and lectures, often in association with other bodies.

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Occasional lectures: 'The Society's aim is to research the history of the parish and neighbourhood of Tatham in Lancashire, to organise educational events, and to publish materials, both in print and on the web ... Tatham parish is in north Lancashire, and stretches nearly 10 miles from Lower Tatham, on the river Wenning, to the wild uplands of Tatham Fells. Most of the parish lies within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty ... In 2008, after carrying out a questionnaire survey of every household, the Parish Council published a Parish Plan. The survey had revealed a great interest - both amongst life-long residents and newcomers - in the history of the parish, so the council helped to initiate a series of local history meetings, which led to the formation in 2009 of Tatham History Society.'

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'We provide ten lectures each year on the third Tuesday of each month between September and June starting at 2.15pm which cover a variety of Arts subjects. We also run "Special Interest Days" which allow us to explore particular topics in greater depth under the guidance of an expert.'

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

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