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Charles Williams is probably best known, to those who have heard of him, as a leading member (albeit for a short time) of the Oxford literary group, the "Inklings", whose chief figures were C. S.Lewis and J. R. R Tolkien. He was, however, a figure of enormous interest in his own right: a prolific author of plays, fantasy novels (strikingly different in kind from those of his friends), poetry, theology, biography and criticism.’

Charles Williams Society, The

Charlotte M. Yonge (1823–1901) was a best-selling author in her time. Her work was read and enjoyed on the battlefields of the Crimea and in quiet English country towns, and by noted Victorians as diverse as Gladstone, Tennyson and Rossetti. Her appeal, then and now, is due to the liveliness of her portrayal of character. Her books are peopled with large Victorian families, every member distinctly drawn and presented with insight and humour.’

Charlotte Mary Yonge Fellowship, The

'Meetings are normally held on the fourth Tuesday of the month ... starting at 7.30 pm.'

Charlton Kings Local History Society

'Leicestershires' only geological society, Section 'C', is rooted within the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society, beginning in 1835, and offers a year-round range of activities for all those who have an interest in the Earth Sciences. The Section was formally founded in 1849, from the in-house geological-interest group, which makes it now ... one of the oldest geological societies in the UK. But could it be the oldest? If you know of an older geological society, please do get in touch. We are committed to maintaining the continuity, and health, of Section C; and invite anyone with an interest in planetary science to join us. You don't have to be resident in Leicestershire: Members are Nation-wide. Come along to one of our winter, or summer, meetings, when you will be made very welcome.'

Charnia

'The CIEHF organises a range of events each year, from its three-day flagship Ergonomics & Human Factors conference to two hour Regional Group events. All events are open to everyone, not just CIEHF members.'

Chartered Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors

Family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill. Lecture Lunches and related events.

Category National Trust
Chartwell
Also indexedNational Trust

'The society meets on the second Thursday of each month, except January and August ... Doors open at 7.00 pm with the talk starting at 7.30 pm. The evening finishes at 9.00 pm and refreshments are available.'

Chatham Historical Society, The

'Chatham House colour-codes the status of each of the institute's events using a "traffic light" system on the website. Events marked green are Members Events which means they are open and available to all members - subject to capacity and demand. Chatham House operates a transparent and equitable "first come, first served" policy around registration for these events. Events marked yellow are open unless otherwise stated, but require registration and/or a small fee. Red events are either invitation only or require a fee. Please check individual event details for further information.'

Chatham House
Also indexedRoyal Institute of International Affairs

Occasional talks and lectures.

Chatsworth
Chawton House Library
Named Lectures & TalksChawton House Library London Lecture
Also indexedSouthampton Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies

'You are welcome to attend meetings of the Society, which are normally held at 8 pm on the third Monday of the month ... We welcome members at a fee of only £8 per person for a year, and we have a reduced rate for young people in education.'

Cheddington History Society

'In August, September, October, November, January, February, March and April we meet on the last Tuesday of the month ... at 19.30. In December we have a social event for members only and in June and July we have outdoor meetings.'

Chellaston History Group

'With the revived interest in beekeeping, the division continues to grow and welcome new members. Some of our members are just getting started as beekeepers, whilst for others this has been a lifetime’s activity. All share an interest in the wonderful and remarkable world of the honey bee.' Organize monthly evening meetings.

Chelmsford Beekeepers

'You don't have to be an "Expert Photographer" to be welcomed as a member of Chelmsford Camera Club. All you need is an interest in photography. The Club meets weekly from September until May with a varied programme of competitions, photographic talks and demonstrations, member participation evenings and social events.'

Chelmsford Camera Club

‘The Keene Lectures discuss matters of contemporary theological interest and are delivered annually in Chelmsford Cathedral. They take their name from John Henry Keene, a prominent citizen of Chelmsford, in whose memory a fund was established to bring distinguished speakers to Chelmsford for this purpose.‘ The Cathedral houses a number of other lectures and talks throughout each year.

Chelmsford Cathedral
Also indexedKeene Lectures

Thursday Afternoon Talks have been organized by the Friends of Chelmsford Museums.

Chelmsford City Museum
Also indexedChelmsford Borough Council

'CSES brings together engineers, technologists and scientists in Chelmsford and the surrounding areas, providing a social and professional network for this large and important group of people. We deliver an exciting and varied programme of events for our members. This includes regular lectures, friendly social and networking events and an entertaining annual dinner. We welcome professionals from recently-graduated to retired, and those who have a general interest in the sciences, engineering and technology.'

Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society

'Over many years the Chelmsford Theological Society has organised lectures, aimed at stimulating thinking about matters of faith and life.'

Chelmsford Theological Society

‘This year’s Chelsea History Festival will bring the past to life through a series of talks, tours and events, both physical and virtual. The immersive programme will reveal history in all its variety, and demonstrate its ongoing resonance and relevance today.’ Held Late September.

ALERT This Record formerly referenced the London History Festival.

Chelsea History Festival
Cheltenham & District Orchid Society

'The Club runs a programme of weekly talks during the winter months ... Meetings start at 7.15 pm.'

Cheltenham Bird Club

'Cheltenham Camera Club meets from September to May. Unless otherwise stated, meetings take place on Thursday evenings at 7.30 pm for a 7.45 pm start. On most evenings a lecture is given by a distinguished photographer, often of national standard, in which they present their work with a helpful commentary. On occasions these lectures are of a more practical nature covering such subjects as lighting, printing and various photographic processes.'

Cheltenham Camera Club

'The Civic Society has a programme of monthly events, ranging from talks by invited speakers and visits to places of interest, to discussion meetings organised to address specific areas of concern or interest, and an annual lecture by a keynote speaker.'

Cheltenham Civic Society

'We meet on the first Wednesday of each month. Meetings are a mix of guest speakers, training and practical exercises, discussion, and sharing knowledge and experiences of and by members, with a mid-point break for refreshments.'

Category Dowsing
Cheltenham Dowsers

'We have a present membership of 140 and an average attendance of over 50 at our monthly meetings ... on the second Thursday of each month.'

Cheltenham Horticultural Society

'The Society’s season runs from October to May with meetings generally taking place on the second Monday of each month, starting at 7.30 pm. Talks run for approximately an hour, with the remainder of the evening being set aside for members to mingle and talk to each other, preferably in Italian, and to meet the speaker if they wish to ask any further questions about the evening’s talk.'

Category Italy
Cheltenham Italian Society

'Lectures and meetings are held ... from 7.30 till 9.00 pm normally on the third Tuesday of each month from September to April.'

Cheltenham Local History Society

'Society Evenings ... are usually held on the second Friday of each month except January and August. Meetings are from 7.00 to 10.00 pm. Lectures start at 7.30 pm ... They are a mixture of talks and workshops covering a wide range of topics.'

Cheltenham Mineral & Geological Society
Cheltenham Poetry Festival

'We meet on the first Thursday of every month from October to April at 7.30 pm.'

Chepstow Archaeological Society

'Come and meet your favourite author. We arrange two types of event: * Book signings take place at The Chepstow Bookshop where you can buy the book, meet the author and have your book signed, no ticket is required; * Our evening events are held at The Drill Hall unless otherwise stated. Enjoy drinks from the bar, hear the talk and take the opportunity to have your book signed and meet the author.'

Category Bookshops
Chepstow Bookshop, The

'We meet every month ... to hear a talk of local interest, and to hear about developments in the town.'

Chepstow Society, The

'We usually meet on the last Monday of the month ... at 7.30 pm.'

Cherry Hinton Local History Society

Winter 'indoor meetings are held on the second Monday of the month ... from 19.30 - 21.30'.

Chesham & District Natural History Society

Talks arranged by the Friends of Chesham Museum.

Chesham Museum

'Meets ... on Tuesday evenings between 8 and 10 pm from early September through to the end of April, leaving the summer months free for outdoor projects. Tuesday evening activities include talks, competitions and practical evenings. An exhibition of members’ work is held each October in Chesham Town Hall.'

Chesham Photographic Club
Chesham Society, The

'We meet ... normally on the last Friday of the month. The Hall is open from 7.30 pm. Presently, there are no meetings in December or July.'

Category Orchid Societies
Cheshire And North Wales Orchid Society

'All meetings are held ... on the first Friday of the month, unless otherwise stated - please check the programme.'

Cheshire and Wirral Ornithological Society

'Cheshire Beekeepers’ Association is organised into five branch areas, each with its own branch secretary and the branches organise their own programme of events throughout the year ... From September to April the meetings are usually at an indoor venue and consist of talks mainly, but not exclusively of a beekeeping or related nature.'

Cheshire Beekeepers' Association

'Meet on the third Thursday of each month ... beginning at 7.30 pm.'

Cheshire Beekeepers' Association - North Cheshire

Meetings 'held monthly at 7.30 pm on the first Thursday of each month'.

Cheshire Beekeepers' Association - South Cheshire

Meetings 'at 7.30 pm on the second Wednesday of the month except for Apiary Meetings'.

Cheshire Beekeepers' Association - Stockport
Cheshire Beekeepers' Association - Wirral
Cheshire Gardens Trust
Cheshire Heraldry Society, The

'Information about the various meetings around the county can be found by clicking on the appropriate society on the Members page.' (The Association itself also has a Programme of Events.)

Cheshire Local History Association

'Membership to join our society is £4 and we have monthly coffee mornings and guest speakers on the last Thursday of every month, together with organised events such as visits to local places of historical interest and special evenings of nostalgia, including a "Black Country Night" with faggots and peas supper, "Forties Nights" and "An Old Time Music Hall Show".'

Cheslyn Hay & District Local History Society
Chess Valley Archaeological & Historical Society

'Between the Autumn and Spring (usually September to April) we organize a programme of monthly lectures on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons.'

Chester Archaeological Society

Offer a range of lectures and talks, some organized by the Society of Friends of Chester Cathedral.

Chester Cathedral
Chester Civic Trust, The

'We meet on the third Tuesday of each month ... at 7.00 pm.'

Chester Humanists & Skeptics
Also indexedChester, Cheshire, Wirral & N Wales Humanists
Chester Le Street Camera Club

‘One of the UK’s oldest literature festivals. It was established in 1989 by volunteer organisation Chester Arts 89 and booksellers in the city.’ Held November.

Chester Literature Festival
Also indexedStoryhouse

'Meets on a weekly basis from September to April ... on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30 pm ... Our meetings consist of a programme compiled to provide a varied and interesting mix of Lectures, Demonstrations. Competitions, Social Events and Outings ... All Lectures are given by experienced Photographers and Trade Sponsored Speakers. These evenings are designed to be both entertaining and instructive, providing something for everyone from the beginner to items on more advanced techniques that will be of interest to even the most experienced worker.' (Also meet at the Grosvenor Museum.)

Chester Photographic Society

'The Society meets for monthly lectures, usually in the months of January, February, March, April, September, October and November.'

Chester Society for Landscape History
Named Lectures & TalksAnthea Allen Lecture

'We hold four or more meetings in the year. Guest speakers with national and international reputations are invited to give lectures, and then to respond to questions and comments from the audience ... Most meetings have a door-charge for entry and refreshments: there is no other membership fee and usually no requirement to book, and some events are free.'

Chester Theological Society
Also indexedChester Cathedral | University of Chester
Chesterfield & District Model Engineering Society

Formed 1947: ‘Why not get involved and come along to our social evenings with refreshments. Here you can enjoy, talks by experts often with videos.  Chat to other friendly beekeepers asking any question about our asociation you may have. Take advantage of willing mentor-ship with shared hives at the local apiaries or, at our own apiary’.

Chesterfield and District Beekeepers Association

Founded 1989: ‘The Society covers the area of North East Derbyshire previously known as the Scarsdale Hundred ... Aims to be one of the country’s leading and most forward thinking “Family History Societies”, providing a strong base to enable our members to develop and grow as “Family History” researchers. We aim to foster a positive experience and environment, through creative and innovative, and related services for our members’.

Chesterfield and District Family History Society

‘The Society was established in 1938 and has been active in all aspects of amateur photography ever since. We have a very varied range of members, whose interests and abilities cover the entire spectrum - from beginners to semi-professional. We are always on the lookout for new members and are particularly interested in people who are just starting photography for the first time.’

Chesterfield Photographic Society

'CPSG runs a monthly programme of talks, demonstrations and videos relating to the Paranormal. The Group's Secretary arranges for a different speaker to join us at each meeting, in order to give a talk on, or to demonstrate, a particular aspect of the subject. Potential new members are welcome to join us at these meetings ... The Group’s main meetings are currently held on the second Friday of the month ... at 7.15 pm.'

Chesterfield Psychic Study Group

'From September to May we offer a programme of lectures ... on the fourth Wednesday of the month, given by leading archaeologists, authors and academics.'

Chichester & District Archaeology Society

'Main club meetings take place every Thursday at 7.30 pm.'

Chichester Camera Club
Chichester Cathedral
Chichester Centre for Folklore, Fairy Tales and Fantasy

'We have a full and varied programme of meetings, including illustrated talks, workshops and competitions.'

Chichester Film & Video Makers

'We meet ... from 7 pm, every third Monday of the month (or Tuesday when there is a bank holiday).'

Chichester Humanists

'The Chichester Literary Society was formed in January 2005. Its predecessor, the West Sussex Literary Society (founded by Irene Campbell) was disbanded and the new society formed in response to the wishes of members, who wanted a Chichester-based society, rather than one whose meetings were held in different locations around the county ... Since its formation, the Society has gone from strength to strength. Throughout the year it offers a wide range of talks by speakers on many literary subjects.'

Chichester Literary Society

'All lectures are at 7.15 pm on Wednesday evenings ... Doors open at 7.00 pm. Evening ends at 9.30 pm.'

Chichester Natural History Society

'Monday meetings ... start at 7.30 pm, doors open at 7.15 pm. Members free; Non-members £2.00.'

Chichester Organic Gardening Society

'The Club meets twice a month: normally on the First Friday of each month from 7.15 pm for taskwork and discussion followed from 8 pm with interesting informative lectures, digital and print "battles" and competitions with other Clubs. A mid-monthly meeting is conducted for external practical fieldwork around the local district ...'

Chigwell Camera Club

'Meetings are usually held on the second Wednesday of the month starting at 7.45 pm. Sometimes an outside speaker will give a talk followed by questions; other meetings are simply informal discussions. We also hold social events during the year. Non-members are always welcome. A bookstall and small library are on display at meetings, and refreshments are served ... The Chiltern Humanist Group was formed in July 1991 and currently has almost 80 members, who share the view that a positive code of ethics is the only guidance needed for this one life that we have.'

Chiltern Humanists

Indoor meetings from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm about every two months.

Chiltern Society PhotoGroup

'Member Clubs are drawn from a broad area centered on the Chilterns and Thames Valley region, covering Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, West London and parts of Northamptonshire.'

Chilterns Association of Camera Clubs
Also indexedPhotographic Alliance of Great Britain

'Monthly meetings are held in London.' ALERT Latest events listed dated 2016.

China Philatelic Society of London

'Our meetings are held ... at 8.00 pm on the second Wednesday of each month from October till April inclusive.'

Chingford Historical Society

'The society meets once a week on Monday evenings from 8 pm to 10 pm ... Visitors and prospective new members will find a warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a shared interest in photography.'

Chingford Photographic Society

'We have an active social programme of monthly talks and visits ...' ALERT Website inaccessible at Review; Link replaced with Facebook Page.

Chippenham Civic Society

Usually held in July. ALERT Festival does not appear to have been held in recent years.

Category Music & Dance
Chipping Campden Contemporary Dance Festival

'CADHAS has an annual programme of interesting lectures and outings. The season runs from September to April, ending with the Annual General Meeting.' Monthly lectures, Thursday evenings. Also 'Occasional Saturday Talks'.

Chipping Campden History Society
Chipping Campden Literature Festival
Chipping Local History Society

'We aim to meet regularly indoors (although not exclusively) where astronomy talks and demonstrations take place in an informal and sociable atmosphere (i.e. without feet and hands freezing!).'

Chipping Norton Amateur Astronomy Group
Chipping Norton Literary Festival

'Meetings are normally held on the second Monday of each month ... starting at 7.30 pm ... The society is open to anyone, you may even be interested in giving a talk to the members on your own subject ... Most members are just keen amateurs, with an interest in history, who enjoy an evening out with a chance to meet other people and have a talk and a cup of tea.'

Chirk History Society

'We meet on the third Wednesday of each month with a full programme of speakers ... starting at 7.30 pm. Non-members welcome (£2.00). Coffee and biscuits served.'

Chiseldon Local History Group

'The events programme hosts a diverse range of artists, curators and writers and comprises exhibition related talks and film screenings; Interim, a programme of major one off live events and performances taking place in the main gallery between exhibitions; and 21st Century, a monthly programme of live events, film screenings, talks and research projects taking place concurrent to the gallery programme in our adjunct studio space.'

Category Art Galleries
Chisenhale Gallery
Chiswick Book Festival

'Opera, open air theatre, history talks, nature walks, film festivals, dog shows and special children’s activities are just some of the events for all the family to enjoy at Chiswick House and Gardens.'

Chiswick House & Gardens Trust

Chiswick Pier Trust works to engage people with the River Thames. We provide access to the Thames and support major river events, as well as organising events of our own. We also host an annual season of “Talks by the Thames” which highlight the history, wildlife and ecology of the Thames. The Chiswick Pier Trust runs the Chiswick Pier and Pier House. In this role we manage the commercial and residential moorings at the Pier, as well as venue and conference hire at Pier House.’

Chiswick Pier Trust

'An amateur society founded in the early Sixties to stimulate interest in the Hilltop Villages. A regular feature has been the talks by guest speakers, be they acknowledged experts or enthusiastic amateurs, and the emphasis is naturally on subjects local to the Chilterns.'

Cholesbury-&-St Leonard's Local History Group

'Meetings and talks are held every third Tuesday of the month from 7.30 pm ... and feature a wide range of topics from vegetables to design and wildlife. Visitors are most welcome - tea, coffee & biscuits are included in the entrance fee of £2 (only £1 when you become a member) and there is a licensed bar. We celebrated our 125th anniversary in 2009 with a garden party, a recording of Gardeners' Question Time and talks by Matthew Biggs and Roy Lancaster.'

Chorley & District Gardening Society

Evening meetings, normally third Thursday of the month.

Chorley and District Natural History Society

'Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month (except July) ... We start at 7.30 pm.'

Chorley Historical and Archaeological Society

Usually held early March. Throughout the year an extensive series of book talks, signings etc hosted by the Chorleywood (and Gerrards Cross) Bookshop.

Chorleywood Children's Litfest

Talks about once every two months, mid-week evenings, starting at 8 pm.

Category Aviation History
Christchurch Aviation Society

'Every winter CHOG hold an excellent and varied programme of illustrated talks given by well-known local naturalists.'

Christchurch Harbour Ornithological Group
Also indexedCHOG

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  357. Plymouth
  358. Pontefract
  359. Poole
  360. Portsmouth
  361. Preston
  362. Prestwich
  363. Rayleigh
  364. Reading
  365. Redbridge
  366. Redcar
  367. Redditch
  368. Reigate
  369. Renfrewshire (CA)
  370. Rhondda Cynon Taf
  371. Rhyl
  372. Richmond (North Yorks)
  373. Richmond-upon-Thames
  374. Rickmansworth
  375. Ripon
  376. Rochdale
  377. Romsey
  378. Ross-on-Wye
  379. Rotherham
  380. Royal Leamington Spa
  381. Royal Tunbridge Wells
  382. Rugby
  383. Ruthin
  384. Sale
  385. Salford
  386. Salisbury
  387. Saltash
  388. Sandbach
  389. Scarborough
  390. Scunthorpe
  391. Selby
  392. Selly Oak
  393. Sevenoaks
  394. Sheffield
  395. Sherborne
  396. Shetland Islands
  397. Shrewsbury
  398. Sidmouth
  399. Skipton
  400. Solihull
  401. South Ayrshire
  402. South Lanarkshire
  403. South Shields
  404. Southampton
  405. Southend-on-Sea
  406. Southport
  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)