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Plant Heritage - Shropshire

Monthly lectures, Saturday afternoons.

Category Plant Heritage
Plant Heritage - Somerset
Plant Heritage - Suffolk

'Lectures will be on the second Monday of February, March, April, September, October and November. These are illustrated talks by knowledgeable speakers on various aspects of plants and horticulture. At each meeting there is a plant sale, raffle and refreshments.'

Category Plant Heritage
Plant Heritage - Surrey

'Meets for monthly lectures on various aspects of plants and gardens, from September to May.'

Category Plant Heritage
Plant Heritage - Warwickshire

'Our evening lecture meetings begin with coffee and a Members Plant Sale at 7.00 pm followed by the lecture at 7.15 pm ... second Tuesday of the month.'

Category Plant Heritage
Plant Heritage - Worcestershire
Named Lectures & TalksRon Sidwell Lecture
Plaxtol Local History Group

'Each year the Abbot and Community of Pluscarden Abbey sponsor a series of four lectures by an invited Theologian on an aspect of Catholic Theology ... They are open to all who wish to attend and are free.' Held Early June.

Pluscarden Abbey
Named Lectures & TalksPluscarden Pentecost Lectures

'Come and see Pluto authors talk about their books and join the debate. Discounted books are guaranteed and there may even be sandwiches and a bit of wine ... Events are free to attend unless stated in the description.'

Category Publishers
Pluto Press
Plymouth & District Archaeological Society

'Society meetings are held on the second Friday of each month and are free for members. Visitors are very welcome (£2).'

Plymouth Astronomical Society

Organize a variety of events, including: Lectures and talks 'Fortnightly on Tuesday afternoons and some Thursday evenings. These cover a wide range of subjects, some being of local interest. Occasionally the Thursday lectures are preceded by a meal.'; The pleasure of books 'An informal gathering of members who enjoy books, talking about books and listening to talks on books. We share those we have enjoyed and sometimes follow a theme.'; Discussions 'Wednesday afternoons, monthly. A wide range of relevant subjects are discussed. Controversial politics and religion are avoided.' Arrangements vary: check details - but: 'All members are free to attend any or all activities ... Non-members may attend Tuesday afternoon & Thursday evening lectures, £2.'

Plymouth Athenaeum, The

Main series of weekly lunchtime talks plus special events from time to time: 'Unless stated, all talks begin at 1.10 pm and last for up to 45 minutes ... All our talks require a ticket.' ALERT 'Please note that Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery’s building is closed so development work for the "The Box"can take place ... Will open as the flagship building for the Mayflower 400 commemorations in spring 2020.'

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
Also indexedPlymouth City Council

Established 2007: ‘Our aim is to participate in, influence and shape where possible the built and natural environment in Plymouth in terms of urban design, planning, architecture, heritage, open spaces, infrastructure and connectivity ... General meetings are held every quarter ... Meetings are FREE to attend and open to all (members and non-members alike) who are interested in civic and related matters ... There is usually a short talk given by a visitor on a matter of civic or related interest’.

Plymouth Civic Society

Occasional meetings: Events Programme can include gatherings of Plymouth Skeptics in the Pub, as well as of some related organizations.

Plymouth Humanists

'Meetings held on the second Wednesday of the month feature guest speakers covering a wide range of topics, often postcard–related, and regular displays of members’ collections.' ALERT At Review, Website originally cited here was not accessible. There is a Facebook Page; but no recent Postings therein. However, the Club was still listed on the Website of the Postcard Traders' Association, so I have referenced this, pro tem.

Plymouth Postcard Collectors' Club

'Regular meetings include talks from members, lectures in conjunction with Plymouth University with whom we work in close partnership, a Reading Group and the Plymouth Proprietary Library Writers Group. We are also actively involved with Heritage Day and Local Study Days. Our main purpose is to promote literature in the Plymouth area and occasional trips to other places of interest such as the Bodleian Library are also encouraged.'

Plymouth Proprietary Library

Meets 'on the second Tuesday of each month commencing at 7.30 pm'.

Plympton Fuchsia and Geranium Group

'We meet every Tuesday 8 pm - 10 pm from September through to March ... The club always welcomes newcomers whether experienced photographers or complete beginners. There is a varied and interesting programme of talks, workshops and competitions. You would be welcome to come along as our guest to see if we are the club for you ...'

Plymstock Camera Club
Pocklington and District Local History Group
Pocklington Arts Centre
Poetry in Aldeburgh
Also indexedAldeburgh Poetry Festival

'The Annual Lecture was established in 1996 to enhance further the international profile of the journal Policy & Politics. As a public lecture offered by the University of Bristol it provides an opportunity to hear experts reflect on topics of major contemporary significance.'

Policy & Politics
Also indexedUniversity of Bristol

Regular events: 'All events are free, and open to the general public'. Typically: 'Places at this event are limited - to reserve a place please email ...’  'Policy Exchange is an independent, non-partisan educational charity. We work with academics and policy makers from across the political spectrum. We are particularly interested in free market and localist solutions to public policy questions.'

Policy Exchange

Range of Events: 'If you are interested in attending any of our events, then please e-mail ... Places are limited at events with an asterisk ... Individual subscribers receive ... advance notice of all our events: invitations to flagship lectures, conferences and receptions ...'

Politeia

'Society faces a set of issues that can seem intractable. The Too Difficult Box is a series convened in PSI by the Rt Hon Charles Clarke and Professor Hussein Kassim, in which experienced policy-makers look at the obstacles that make solutions to these issues difficult to achieve, consider how well-conducted politics might address those difficulties and explore possible political solutions ...' Also other occasional lectures and talks.

Political, Social and International Studies Department [UEA]
Named Lectures & TalksJohn Garrett Memorial Lecture | The Too Difficult Box
Also indexedUniversity of East Anglia
Pollokshields Heritage

Meets 'on the third Thursday of each month (except August & December) ... Meetings start at 7.30 pm'.

Pontefract & District Family History Society
Pontefract and District Archaeological Society
Named Lectures & TalksDon Lodge Memorial Lecture
Ponteland Civic Society
Ponteland Local History Society

'Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the first and third Thursday of each month.'

Poole & District Philatelic & Postcard Club

Festival usually takes place late July.

Category Arts Festivals
Port Eliot Festival
Portchester Civic Society

'Ideas Café is a schedule of free social events that explore a diversity of fascinating subjects in an informal setting. Speakers come from all backgrounds and subjects can cover local and global history, science, technology and the natural world. The audience is free to contribute their own ideas or questions, or simply to sit back and enjoy the discussion. Bring friends, relax with wine and nibbles, and enjoy an inspiring evening of discovery.'

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum
Also indexedIdeas Café

'All indoor meetings take place on the 3rd Tuesday monthly from September to May ... 14.30 ... All are welcome so why not come and join us. All talks followed by refreshments.'

Porthleven Old Cornwall Society

'The Library continues to flourish as a hub of cultural activity by hosting a thriving and active programme of exhibitions and events throughout the year. These are open to members and the public generally ... The Portico Library and Gallery opened in 1806 as a Library and Newsroom and still occupies its original site - 'the most elegant and retired street in town' according to John Dalton. Its mainly 19th century collection is accessed by Members as well as researchers in the UK and abroad.'

Portico Library & Gallery, The

'Meetings are held ... at 7.30 pm on Thursday evenings during the season from September to May. We have a varied and interesting programme of events that is designed to ensure the meetings are enjoyable and sociable. The current membership exceeds 60, is mixed and consists of all abilities from members who are active photographers and participate in the events to members who enjoy just looking at pictures and socialising at the coffee break.'

Portishead Camera Club

'The Society’s Annual General Meeting is held in October, the programme of events therefore runs from November through to October. All meetings ... commence at 7.30 pm unless otherwise stated. Meetings are open to all members of the Society and accompanying guests.'

Portishead Horticultural Society

'We have a programme of meetings held through the Autumn, Winter and Spring months, and, in addition, organise outings and visits of historical interest during the Summer.'

Portree Local History Society
Also indexedComann Eachdraidh Ionadail Phortrigh

Friends of Portsdown Hill 'During the darker months we have meetings on the second Wednesday of the month ... starting at 7.45 pm ... Guest speakers may cover history or wildlife, frequently directly related to Portsdown Hill, but with a few topics relating to other places.'

Portsdown Hill

'We meet on a Monday evening ... on a bi-monthly basis between September and end of June, from 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm. We also have one Afternoon meeting per month, on a Tuesday from 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm.'

Portsmouth and District Philatelic Society

Usually held late February/early March.

Portsmouth BookFest
Also indexedPortsmouth City Library Service | The Hayling Island Bookshop | CSI Portsmouth

Festival usually takes place in June.

Category Arts Festivals
Portsmouth Festivities

'The main activities of the Society are the Monthly Meetings. These are talks or demonstrations followed by discussions, and a social evening with tapas available. They are held ... at 7.00 pm usually on the first Thursday of the month. Meetings are usually open to anyone.'

Category Spain
Portsmouth Hispanic Society

'Visit the world famous historic ships at the home of the Royal Navy. Go aboard HMS Victory, HMS Warrior 1860 and see the Mary Rose Museum for the best day out in the South of England ... The Historic Dockyard is a great place to experience 800 years of naval history surrounded by working docks and historic buildings. We have lots of things to do for the kids, plenty of family events, school holiday activities, talks and exhibitions.'

Category Military History
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

'Our regular meetings on the first Wednesday of each month (January, August and September excepting).'

Portsmouth Society, The

Most Groups organize regular meetings at which 'a talk is given by some of the most inspirational people in the field of alternative living followed by light refreshments and the opportunity to socialise with like-minded people over a cuppa ...'.

Positive Living Group Network

'Meets every Wednesday evening ... Each week a talk is given by some of the most inspirational speakers in the field of alternative living followed by light refreshments and the opportunity to socialise with like-minded people.'

Positive Living Group Network - Glastonbury

Gatherings 'every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month (doors open at 7pm) ... Come and enjoy an inspiring talk with like-minded people'. Alert The Title of the Group originally included 'New Forest' but this has now been removed.

Positive Living Group Network - Highcliffe

'Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month, you are invited to talks by some of the most inspirational people in the field of alternative and holistic living. The emphasis is very much on the health of the mind, body, spirit and planet and in essence it is the bringing together of people with possible answers with those who have questions.'

Positive Living Group Network - Milford on Sea

'Meetings are held ... usually on the last Monday of each month, September through May at 7.15 pm.'

Postal History and Aerophilatelic Group

'Regular all-day meetings held in London and the provinces.'

Category Social History
Postal History Society

‘Reveals the surprising and fascinating story of the first social network and makes our extraordinary collections available and enjoyable for all. From interactive galleries to an immersive subterranean rail ride, modern research facilities to a wide-range of learning activities, The Postal Museum offers something for everyone, from all backgrounds and of all ages.’

Category Social History
Postal Museum, The

'All meetings are on a Monday night 7.30 pm for 8.00 pm start. Visitors and prospective new members are welcome to attend free of charge.'

Potters Bar & District Photographic Society
Named Lectures & TalksDennis Andrews Memorial Lecture

The Society 'holds monthly meetings ... normally on the fourth Thursday of a month'.

Potton Historical Society

'The Society meets in the afternoon of the second Friday of each month (excluding June, July, August) at 2 pm ... Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings.'

Poulton-le-Fylde Historical & Civic Society

Details of the Meetings of the Society's three Groups: Breconshire; Montgomeryshire; Radnorshire.

Powys Family History Society

'Our meetings .. are open to the public. They are normally held ... usually on the last Monday in the month at 7.30 pm ... Our annual programme of meetings and other events now runs from September through to the end of June'.

Powys Family History Society - Brecknock
Powys Family History Society - Montgomeryshire

Their online magazine Shelf Life, has a Section 'Local Studies', which has a useful list of 'talks and activities around the county'. ALERT At the time of Review, I could not find any reference to this magazine on the Website.

Powys Library, Archives and Information Service

'Founded to promote and encourage the appreciation and enjoyment of the writings of John Cowper, Theodore and Llewelyn Powys and to establish their true literary status.'

Powys Society, The

'Each year the Club arranges a series of six or seven lectures between September and May. These are held at various centres within the old county of Montgomeryshire.'

Powysland Club

'We usually meet on the third Friday of the month ... Our meetings begin at 8.00 pm, but you are invited to come in about 7.30 pm, to take your seat and meet other members ... You do not need any formal qualifications in Egyptology to come to any of our meetings, but just an interest for the subject ... We make an entrance charge ...'

Category Egypt
Poynton Egypt Group

Winter evening meetings, usually first Wednesday of the month.

Poynton Local History Society

'Meets on the first Thursday of each month (September - April - except for the January meeting which is on the second Thursday) at 8.00 pm.'

Poyntzpass & District Local History Society

'The Society organises a varied programme of lectures and visits to exhibitions and places of interest each year ... Pre-booking for all lectures is strongly advised.'

Pre-Raphaelite Society

'We meet from October to March on Tuesday Evenings.'

Prenton Literary and Debating Society
Named Lectures & TalksWirral Talks

Activities include 'the arranging of the Society's meetings at which papers on subjects bearing on the Society's work are delivered and discussed'. Meetings most often held at various churches in and around Belfast.

Presbyterian Historical Society of Ireland
Named Lectures & TalksRobert Allen Lecture

'The Society (PADAS) meets on the second Thursday of each month from September to the following June. Meetings start at 7.30 pm and finish around 9.30 pm.'

Preston and District Astronomical Society
Named Lectures & TalksJeremiah Horrocks Observatory
Preston Brook and District Local History Group

'Meets on the first Monday of the month between October and May ... Visitors and new members are very welcome.'

Preston Historical Society

'Meets every Thursday evening, from September to June ... at 7.30 pm. We welcome new members of all photographic abilities – all you need to provide is an interest in photography ... PPS members range from absolute beginners to the more advanced, whilst our subject pursuits include: Landscape, Portrait, Sport, Natural History, Candid and more! ... After the "main event" there is time for a drink at the bar and a friendly chat with fellow photographers, who will offer advice and encouragement.'

Preston Photographic Society

'The Society meets every Monday evening at 7.30 pm from late September through to March to enjoy a syllabus of talks, usually illustrated by slide shows or exhibits, on a variety of subjects.'

Preston Society: Natural History & Birdwatching, The

'We meet most Tuesday evenings during the year ... Our present membership consists of around 40 people with varying photographic skills and interests and we encourage all types of photography, traditional and digital, whether you're a beginner or have more experience. Activities during the year include practical evenings, competitions and lectures.'

Prestwich Camera Club

'The society holds monthly meetings ... starting at 8.00 pm promptly on the second Thursday in the month. At each meeting we have an experienced and often well known speaker - subjects include gardening topics, natural and local history and travel.'

Prestwood Gardening Society

'The Society holds evening meetings ... at 8 pm on the second Tuesday of the month from September to April ... We extend a warm welcome to new members, including long term local residents and those who have recently moved into the area.'

Princes Risborough Area Heritage Society
Princes Risborough Photographic Society

'Processwork is awareness based. Its methods allow us to perceive the creative nature of processes, even within apparently very disturbing and complex situations ...'

Processwork UK

'The Trust offers lectures on various Platonic subjects around the UK ... Lectures under the direct aegis of the Trust tend to be given in the autumn and spring ...' Lecture series also given in Bristol.

Category Philosophy
Prometheus Trust, The
Proms at St Jude's Literary Weekend

'An open event ... Psychologists, therapists and other experts from around the country bring you the latest psychological insights into everyday life ... Everyone welcome, no background in psychology necessary, but A level and undergraduate students are also encouraged.'

Psychology in the Pub - Sheffield

Monthly meetings, Wednesday evenings: 'From its beginning in 2000 the History Group has maintained a programme of monthly talks from guest speakers on a host of local history topics. Visits to local places of interest also feature in the group’s programme. The group manages an archive available to members of local historical documents and photographs that have been donated by local people.'

Pulford & Poulton Local History Group

'Monthly Meetings (1st Thursday at 7 pm): Guest Speakers on Gardening and General topics some illustrated with slides others by practical demonstration.'

Purbrook Horticultural Society

'Meetings October to March @ 8:00 pm.'

Purley Literary Society

Searchable programme includes details of Evening Lectures and other happenings covering: culture, history, literature, music, politics & current affairs, travel, etc. Best to book, modest charge.

Category Russia
Pushkin House
Named Lectures & TalksGB-Russia Society

Occasional talks and related events; venues vary.

Putney Society, The

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  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)