A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Historic County: Gloucestershire

www.gfgs.org.uk

Visits to the Website1023
Open Lectures & Talks'There are 148 gardening clubs and societies in the Gloucestershire Federation of Gardening Societies.' Note the rolling section Gardening clubs meeting in the next week in the middle of the Home Page.
Views of 'Full' Record2049

cercle-francais-cheltenham.webs.com/aboutus.htm

Visits to the Website794
Open Lectures & TalksMeet 'on Monday evenings (generally every two weeks but there are exceptions so please check the dates carefully!) ... Talks start at 7.30 pm and last an hour, but please note that the first meeting starts at 7 pm to allow time for a chat and a glass of wine before the talk'.
Views of 'Full' Record2020

www.alpine-club.org.uk/lectures/index.html

Visits to the Website646
Open Lectures & TalksWinter monthly lectures, Tuesday evenings.
Named Lectures & TalksFrank Tuckett Memorial Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record765

www.alpinegardensociety.net/groups/Bristol

Visits to the Website470
Open Lectures & TalksMeetings '3rd Friday, 7.30 pm, September to May. Subscription: £10 per person; Visitors £2'.
Views of 'Full' Record848

www.alpinegardensociety.net/groups/Cotswold-and-Malvern/programme/

Visits to the Website554
Open Lectures & Talks'We hold meetings on the first Wednesday of every month ... from 7.15 pm. We invite a range of speakers to talk to us about alpines from around the world.'
Views of 'Full' Record687

www.aquariussevern.com

Visits to the Website784
Open Lectures & Talks'All evening talks take place on Thursday evenings, 8-10 pm ... Aquarius Severn is an open and friendly group - our talks attract people of all ages, and visitors are always welcome.'
Views of 'Full' Record1189

www.architecturecentre.co.uk/events

Visits to the Website969
Open Lectures & Talks

'Events include talks, debates, lectures and visits, which give professionals, students and public the opportunity to meet high-profile practitioners, to be inspired by their projects and to broaden their understanding of architecture.'

Views of 'Full' Record658

www.arnolfini.org.uk

Category:Arts Centres
Visits to the Website724
Open Lectures & Talks'Arnolfini programmes and hosts a range of talks, lectures, courses and events.'
Views of 'Full' Record755

www.arnosvale.org.uk/index.php/whatson/latestevents

Category:Cemeteries
Visits to the Website894
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional public lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record1200

www.bristol.ac.uk/pace/public-events/autumn-art-lectures/

Visits to the Website588
Open Lectures & Talks'A series of six public lectures which explore a specific theme related to the visual arts'.
Views of 'Full' Record1077

www.avonwildlifetrust.org.uk/people/events.htm

Category:Wildlife Trusts
Visits to the Website1094
Open Lectures & Talks'Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest local charity working to protect wildlife in the Avon area. With the support of over 16,000 members we look after 35 nature reserves, campaign on issues which threaten wildlife and encourage everyone to be more concerned about our natural environment.'
Views of 'Full' Record645

www.ashtonunderhill.org.uk/organisations/gardening/

Visits to the Website931
Open Lectures & Talks'Many village residents are members of the Beckford and District Gardening Club, a friendly, thriving and lively club which draws its members from a number of local villages. The Club holds monthly evening meetings throughout the autumn and winter, with talks or demonstrations about a wide range of subjects of interest to gardeners.'
Views of 'Full' Record1149

www.berkeley-castle.com

Visits to the Website954
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional lectures organized by the Friends of Berkeley Castle.
Views of 'Full' Record819

www.blockleydfas.org

Visits to the Website620
Open Lectures & Talks'Lectures take place ... normally on the third Monday of the month between September and June each year ... BDFAS currently has around 250 members and a manageable waiting list. We welcome Visitors to any of our events (by prior arrangement with the Membership Secretary, please).'
Views of 'Full' Record1326

www.blockley-heritage-soc.co.uk/events.html

Visits to the Website569
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society’s main aim is to further public knowledge about the history of Blockley and adjacent parishes. It does this by collecting, preserving and displaying records, antiquities and other objects of historical interest, and by sponsoring talks, discussions, publications and visits to sites of relevant interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record1198

www.gfgs.org.uk/clubs/bourtonvale/

Visits to the Website541
Open Lectures & Talks'The club meets at 7.30 pm on the second Wednesday in the months of January to May plus October and November, with an outing in the summer and an annual show.'
Views of 'Full' Record1283

www.box-village.com/clubs-new/gardening-club

Visits to the Website638
Open Lectures & Talks'The Gardening Club welcomes all villagers to take part in its programme of events ... We have around 60 members and are always happy to see new ones. You don’t have to be a plant expert in any way! There is something for every level of skill and interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record1186

www.breamgardeners.net

Visits to the Website796
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly talks, Tuesday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record1020

www.bafhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website591
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society holds its main meeting in Bristol, with branch meetings in Bath and Yate.'
Views of 'Full' Record740

www.bafhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website575
Open Lectures & Talks'Normally the meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month unless otherwise notified.'
Views of 'Full' Record1628

www.bafhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website579
Open Lectures & Talks'Monthly meetings take place ... on the second Wednesday of each month.'
Views of 'Full' Record1930

www.bgas.org.uk/whatson.php

Visits to the Website603
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly lectures, Monday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record1627

www.bgas.org.uk/whatson.php

Visits to the Website639
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly lectures, Wednesday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record731

bristolandavonarchaeology.org.uk

Visits to the Website904
Open Lectures & TalksOrganize 'a regular programme of lectures from September to May by expert speakers on aspects of archaeology at home and abroad. Meetings are held on Wednesday evenings'.
Views of 'Full' Record2381

www.bristolastrosoc.org.uk/wb/

Visits to the Website455
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are held on Friday evenings and begin at 7.15, please arrive in plenty of time.'
Views of 'Full' Record1274

www.bristol.ac.uk/bhi/

Visits to the Website716
Open Lectures & Talks'We believe we have a duty to communicate our research to the public, in order to raise understanding and awareness of heart disease. At present we are doing this through public lectures and this website, but hope to expand our outreach activities in the future if funding is available.'
Views of 'Full' Record1296

www.bcsf.org.uk/research-colloquium

Visits to the Website620
Open Lectures & Talks'Our conservation lectures take place on the first Wednesday of each month at 5.30 pm ... They are open to all interested people free of charge. The talks span a wide range of topics and usually have a strong focus on conservation-relevant research.'
Views of 'Full' Record1124

bristoldfas.co.uk

Visits to the Website476
Open Lectures & Talks'We are a group of over 300 people who meet monthly from September through to May for lectures on the Decorative and Fine Arts. Our lectures take place ... on the third Monday of the month. Guests are welcome at our lectures and can attend at a cost of £4.00 per lecture.'
Views of 'Full' Record1434

www.wessexresearchgroup.org

Category:Dowsing
Visits to the Website707
Open Lectures & Talks'All Meetings are on a Friday - October to April. 7.30 pm prompt start.'
Views of 'Full' Record1667

www.ideasfestival.co.uk

Visits to the Website992
Open Lectures & TalksProgramme of events througout the year, with an especial focus in May.
Views of 'Full' Record842

unputdownable.org

Visits to the Website714
Open Lectures & TalksHeld 'each October, with extra events during the year'.
Views of 'Full' Record840

www.cfbristol.org.uk/programme.html

Category:France
Visits to the Website591
Open Lectures & TalksFortnightly talks in French, October to May.
Views of 'Full' Record1008

www.bristol.ac.uk/arts/birtha/

Visits to the Website469
Open Lectures & Talks'The Bristol Institute for Research in the Humanities and Arts has been established to support, promote and disseminate the research in the Faculty of Arts.'
Named Lectures & TalksBIRTHA Lecture | Blackwell-Bristol Lectures
Views of 'Full' Record758

www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/

Visits to the Website620
Open Lectures & TalksYou can search by Event Type 'Talks and Lectures' for events in a number of organizations in Bristol including the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
Views of 'Full' Record1362

bristolnats.org.uk

Visits to the Website759
Open Lectures & Talks'The monthly Bulletin contains details of meetings to come, news of events in the previous month, and other items of interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record1064

bristolnats.org.uk

Visits to the Website337
Open Lectures & Talks'Holds monthly indoor meetings throughout the winter months on a wide variety of subjects. Our speakers present talks that cover a wide range of topics from the ecology and biology of species to broader subjects such as botanical history, ecology and the management of local reserves, often presenting new and exciting discoveries.'
Views of 'Full' Record592

bristolnats.org.uk

Visits to the Website341
Open Lectures & Talks'The monthly Bulletin contains details of meetings to come, news of events in the previous month, and other items of interest.'
Views of 'Full' Record732

www.boc-bristol.org.uk

Visits to the Website571
Open Lectures & Talks'The Club was formed in 1966 in order to promote and encourage bird-watching in the Bristol area. The Club has 650+ members.'
Views of 'Full' Record1757

www.bristolphoto.org.uk

Visits to the Website498
Open Lectures & Talks'Weekly meetings are every Wednesday at 7.30 pm for a couple of hours at our clubrooms ... The main activities are lectures, many of which are by nationally known photographers, and competitions for members to participate in. We also have monthly meetings of special interest groups such as studio work and digital imaging which are open to all members.'
Views of 'Full' Record769

www.poetrycan.co.uk

Visits to the Website1176
Open Lectures & Talks'Bristol Spring Poetry Festival takes place in April/May, three to four days. Bristol Poetry Festival takes place in September.'
Views of 'Full' Record759

www.bristol-railway-circle.co.uk/index.html

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website539
Open Lectures & Talks'The Circle meets every Tuesday evening between the hours of 7.30 pm and 9.15 pm. Alternate meetings take the form of lectures, slide shows, etc. Other evenings are given over to informal discussion, when books from the Circle’s extensive library and the latest magazines are available. Light refreshments in the form of tea, coffee and biscuits are also served. The Circle’s lecture programme covers a wide range of subjects of railway and associated interest (other transport, industrial archaeology, etc.).'
Views of 'Full' Record1323

www.bristolsecularsociety.co.uk

Visits to the Website448
Open Lectures & Talks'We support the Charter of the National Secular Society and meet regularly to discuss secular issues, listen to guest speakers, organise campaigns, arrange Freedom of Information requests and generally have a good chat and a drink or two ... We usually meet on either the first or second Monday of the month.'
Views of 'Full' Record897

www.bristolmodelengineers.co.uk

Visits to the Website731
Open Lectures & Talks'Regular meetings of the BSMEE are held on the first and third Wednesday of the month ... at 7.15 pm. Meetings, which are open to the general public, usually comprise a talk or demonstration on a suitable subject followed by an opportunity to meet fellow members. New members are always welcome and no particular skill is necessary ... Not all members are active model makers, some members get considerable enjoyment simply from being a member and helping other members enjoy the fruits of their model making activities.'
Views of 'Full' Record1236

www.bristol.bcss.org.uk

Visits to the Website433
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are normally held on the 3rd Tuesday of the Month, at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record853

www.gloucester.bcss.org.uk

Visits to the Website454
Open Lectures & Talks'We meet on the second Saturday of each month at 2.15 for 2.45 pm. Meetings generally include a speaker (with slides and/or plants), plant sales, table show, raffle and tea or coffee. There is an entrance fee of £2 per person (juniors free) to cover hire of the hall, speakers expenses and refreshments. Visitors are very welcome to join us.'
Views of 'Full' Record651

www.bhi.co.uk/horological-calendar

Category:Horology
Visits to the Website354
Open Lectures & TalksEvening meetings, normally second Wednesday of the month.
Views of 'Full' Record1109

bristolbathsci.org.uk

Visits to the Website451
Open Lectures & TalksEvening lectures most months.
Views of 'Full' Record717

www.bagsonline.org

Category:Germany
Visits to the Website472
Open Lectures & Talks'The society holds a series of lecture, film and supper meetings from September to April each year.'
Views of 'Full' Record1668

www.cgjunginbristol.co.uk

Visits to the Website1079
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly morning Public Lectures which are 'open to anyone with an interest in depth psychology and aim to make the original ideas of Jung more widely accessible and to provide a friendly and informal forum for the ongoing development of Analytical Psychology. The organising committee needs and encourages the support of interested individuals who wish to play an active part in shaping the future of this lecture series. Attending the lectures is an important first step in this direction'.
Views of 'Full' Record2314

sciencecafe.co.uk

Visits to the Website1232
Open Lectures & TalksMeetings usually last Monday of every month (except May, August and December): 8 pm: 'You don't need to be a scientist to enjoy the evening - just come with an open and enquiring mind.'
Views of 'Full' Record2053

www.bris.ac.uk/music/CHOMBEC/

Category:Music & Dance
Visits to the Website574
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record787

www.charltonkings.org.uk/programme.htm

Visits to the Website437
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are normally held on the fourth Tuesday of the month ... starting at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record899

sites.google.com/a/cheltenhamorchids.org/www/societyprogramme

Visits to the Website368
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly meetings, Tuesday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record939

www.cheltenhambirdclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website439
Open Lectures & Talks'The Club runs a programme of weekly talks during the winter months ... Meetings start at 7.15 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1119

www.cheltenhamcameraclub.co.uk

Visits to the Website483
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record844

www.cheltenhamcivicsociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website880
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record2075

www.cdfas.org.uk

Visits to the Website522
Open Lectures & Talks'We organise lectures on the second Tuesday evening of each month from September to June.'
Views of 'Full' Record1400

www.cheltenhamdowsers.org

Category:Dowsing
Visits to the Website742
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record1055

www.cheltenhamhorticultural.co.uk/programevents.asp

Visits to the Website876
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record1679

www.freewebs.com/cheltenhamitaliansociety/

Category:Italy
Visits to the Website527
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record1214

www.cheltlocalhist.btik.com

Visits to the Website491
Open Lectures & Talks'Lectures and meetings are held ... from 7.30 till 9.00 pm normally on the third Tuesday of each month from September to April.'
Views of 'Full' Record1389

cmgs.yolasite.com/events.php

Visits to the Website541
Open Lectures & Talks'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.'
Views of 'Full' Record1044

www.cheltenhampoetryfest.co.uk

Visits to the Website816
Open Lectures & TalksUsually held early May.
Views of 'Full' Record831

www.chippingcampden.co.uk/contentok.php?id=817

Category:Music & Dance
Visits to the Website472
Open Lectures & TalksUsually held in July.
Views of 'Full' Record828

www.chippingcampdenhistory.org.uk

Visits to the Website655
Open Lectures & Talks'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'.
Views of 'Full' Record885

www.campdenlitfest.co.uk

Visits to the Website523
Open Lectures & TalksUsually held earl May.
Views of 'Full' Record734

www.cis.org.uk

Category:Christianity
Visits to the Website623
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional talks.
Views of 'Full' Record815

www.cirenhistory.org.uk

Visits to the Website705
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society has an annual programme of lectures, many with particular reference to the local area, but some of wider national interest ... Meetings are held from September to May, usually on the fourth Wednesday of each month.'
Named Lectures & TalksCroome Lecture
Views of 'Full' Record1555

www.ccsoc.org.uk

Visits to the Website536
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly lectures, Monday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record868

www.cirenscience.org.uk/eventsprogramme.php

Visits to the Website874
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society arranges a programme of ten lectures per year for its membership of local scientists, technologists and engineers. The speakers are drawn mainly from Universities and Research Councils, but also from Industry and Government. The Society attempts to arrange lectures on a wide range of subjects, covering as many disciplines as possible each year.'
Views of 'Full' Record720

www.cliftonhotwells.org.uk/chis_event.html

Visits to the Website459
Open Lectures & Talks'As well as social events, we have a full, interesting and wide-ranging programme of talks, local walks and visits.'
Views of 'Full' Record634

www.cliftonantiquarian.co.uk

Visits to the Website478
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record801

cotswoldas.org.uk/cas/index.php

Visits to the Website465
Open Lectures & Talks'Our main event is a monthly meeting; in the first half a guest speaker talks on a topic of astronomical interest, followed by a break for tea or coffee and biscuits. The second half is generally "open house" often with a "what’s up in the sky" talk, display of members photographs, or discussions about equipment or observing techniques.'
Views of 'Full' Record1194

thecottagegardensociety.org.uk

Visits to the Website345
Open Lectures & Talks'This group has over 190 members. From September to April/May, talks are held on the last Wednesday of each month ... at 7.30. In summer, garden visits are arranged, including two coach trips each year and a holiday.'
Views of 'Full' Record693

www.cnfc.org.uk/index.shtml

Visits to the Website431
Open Lectures & Talks'Winter Lecture Meetings are held from October to April.'
Views of 'Full' Record1426

www.deanforestbeekeepers.co.uk

Visits to the Website1038
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly meetings, Thursday evenings.
Views of 'Full' Record1948

deerhurstfriends.co.uk/lectures-events/

Visits to the Website471
Open Lectures & TalksAnnual Lecture organized by the Friends of Deerhurst Church: 'Admission on the Door from 7 pm'.
Views of 'Full' Record811

www.downendcameraclub.org.uk

Visits to the Website618
Open Lectures & Talks'Downend Camera Club is a vibrant camera club meeting weekly on a Tuesday evening at 7.30 throughout the year, offering practical help and tuition at all levels. Take a look at the programme and our pictures on the website and come and join us. It is important to us that the club offers a friendly atmosphere where we can enjoy ourselves and improve our photography.'
Views of 'Full' Record1011

www.downendlhs.org.uk

Visits to the Website399
Open Lectures & Talks'Between October and Easter [the Society] holds meetings ... on the first, third and fifth Tuesdays of the month, starting at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1061

www.dursleyglos.org.uk

Visits to the Website727
Open Lectures & Talks'From September through to July the Society holds an illustrated talk on the second Tuesday of each month, starting at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1661

www.dymockpoets.co.uk/Events.htm

Visits to the Website681
Open Lectures & TalksOfferings to Members by the Friends of the Dymock Poets include 'lectures, poetry readings, social meetings, publications'.
Views of 'Full' Record889

www.egyptsocietybristol.org.uk

Category:Egypt
Visits to the Website429
Open Lectures & Talks'The Society aims to offer at least six lectures a year between October and June. The emphasis is on ancient Egypt, but there may also be talks on more modern topics, as well as people associated with the country and its exploration ... Entry for members is free, £2.00 for non-members; "wine and nibbles" afterwards are available for a nominal fee of £1.00.'
Views of 'Full' Record1115

elgar.org/elgarsoc/branches/south-western

Category:Elgar Society
Visits to the Website360
Open Lectures & Talks'Branch meetings are normally held on Saturday afternoons from 2.15 until about 4.30.'
Views of 'Full' Record881

bristolembroiderersguild.wordpress.com

Visits to the Website434
Open Lectures & Talks'We meet once a month, usually on a Friday ... at 7.30 pm.'
Views of 'Full' Record1319

www.stitchcotswold.realpages.co.uk

Visits to the Website694
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly Saturday meetings: 'Workshops take place between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm'.
Views of 'Full' Record896

www.embroiderersguild.com

Visits to the Website340
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly evening talks.
Views of 'Full' Record797

www.fwharveysociety.co.uk

Visits to the Website647
Open Lectures & TalksObjectives of the Society include: ' To ensure the legacy of F.W. Harvey is remembered through performances, discussions, lectures and publications about his life and work and inform young people about him through formal and informal education.'
Views of 'Full' Record1173

www.fairfordhistory.org.uk/meetings.html

Visits to the Website947
Open Lectures & TalksWinter bimonthly evening meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record1521

www.ffestiniograilway.org.uk/local_area_groups

Category:Railway History
Visits to the Website531
Open Lectures & TalksEvening meetings, usually monthly.
Views of 'Full' Record853

www.fweb.org.uk/dean/deanhist/fdhs.htm

Visits to the Website936
Open Lectures & Talks'We hold lectures during the winter on appropriate topics, in various places in the Forest area. Some are given by our own members, other by historians and archaeologists from further afield.'
Views of 'Full' Record1082

www.gloucestercameraclub.org.uk/programme/

Visits to the Website373
Open Lectures & Talks'All regular meetings are held on Tuesdays, starting at 7.30 pm, though the doors open at 7.00 pm, and many people arrive soon after, so they can chat. Visitors, who pay a fee of £2.00, are welcome at any regular meeting. Up to three such fees can be refunded to visitors who join the club.'
Named Lectures & TalksJack Farley Memorial Lectures
Views of 'Full' Record853

www.gloucestercathedral.org.uk

Visits to the Website462
Open Lectures & TalksOccasional lectures and talks.
Views of 'Full' Record744

venues.gloucester.gov.uk/freetime/museums/home.aspx

Visits to the Website287
Open Lectures & TalksRange of lectures and talks, including within Culture Club - 'Feed your mind at lunchtime! Culture Club is usually a free 40 minute talk in the City Museum looking at different aspects of Gloucester’s Culture past and present' - as well as in a variety of Special Events.
Views of 'Full' Record457

www.gloucestershirearchaeology.org.uk

Visits to the Website424
Open Lectures & TalksMonthly evening meetings.
Views of 'Full' Record972

www.glosarch.org.uk/groupevents.html

Visits to the Website376
Open Lectures & Talks'In the winter months there are meetings in both Gloucester and Cheltenham on a wide range of archaeological and local history topics. These provide, for new and old members alike, the opportunity to learn more about the past. Visitors are always welcome at these meetings.'
Views of 'Full' Record690

www.foga.org.uk

Visits to the Website515
Open Lectures & TalksThe Friends of Gloucestershire Archives 'organises different kinds of event for members during the year - seminars, talks, guided tours of historical buildings (often with tea), and an annual social evening with buffet'.
Views of 'Full' Record739

www.glosbats.org.uk

Visits to the Website456
Open Lectures & Talks'The group runs a program of public events throughout the year, at which members of the public are very welcome. These take the form of a winter talk program and a summer walk program. We also run a wider program of events for bat group members.'
Views of 'Full' Record591

www.gbka.org.uk

Visits to the Website440
Open Lectures & Talks'A warm welcome to the Gloucestershire Beekeepers Association - GBKA - with the principle object of promoting and furthering the craft of beekeeping. The GBKA has been doing this for over 100 years and has members all over the county and from neighbouring counties. New members (all ages) - whether complete beginners or experienced beekeepers - are all welcome to join. The seven branches (Cheltenham and Gloucester, Cirencester and District, Dean Forest, Newent, North Cotswold, South Gloucestershire and Stroud) that collectively make up the GBKA, carry on most beekeeping activities. Each branch runs its own programme of lectures, talks, training sessions and apiary sessions.'
Views of 'Full' Record758

www.gbka-cg.org.uk/calendar.htm

Visits to the Website429
Open Lectures & Talks'In the Winter our GBKA-CG branch meets at a local Village Hall on the second Friday of the month. Meetings normally start at 7.30 pm and close about 10 pm. Winter meetings are usually talks from both guest speakers and association members on a range of beekeeping subjects.'
Views of 'Full' Record903

www.britishbee.org.uk/local/newent/meetings/

Visits to the Website480
Open Lectures & Talks'Meetings are normally held ... commencing at 7.30 pm, on the first Thursday of the month, unless otherwise stated.'
Views of 'Full' Record554

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  36. Blaenau Gwent
  37. Bolsover
  38. Bolton
  39. Boston
  40. Bournemouth
  41. Bracknell Forest
  42. Bradford
  43. Braintree
  44. Breckland
  45. Brent
  46. Brentwood
  47. Bridgend
  48. Brighton & Hove
  49. Bristol
  50. Broadland
  51. Bromley
  52. Bromsgrove
  53. Broxbourne
  54. Broxtowe
  55. Burnley
  56. Bury
  57. Caerphilly
  58. Calderdale
  59. Cambridge
  60. Camden
  61. Cannock Chase
  62. Canterbury
  63. Cardiff
  64. Carlisle
  65. Carmarthenshire
  66. Carrickfergus Borough
  67. Castle Point
  68. Central Bedfordshire
  69. Ceredigion
  70. Charnwood
  71. Chelmsford
  72. Cheltenham
  73. Cherwell
  74. Cheshire East
  75. Cheshire West
  76. Cheshire West & Chester
  77. Chester West & Chester
  78. Chesterfield
  79. Chichester
  80. Chiltern
  81. Chorley
  82. Christchurch
  83. City of Aberdeen
  84. City of Belfast
  85. City of Dundee
  86. City of Edinburgh
  87. City of Glasgow
  88. Clackmannanshire
  89. Colchester
  90. Coleraine
  91. Conwy
  92. Cookstown
  93. Copeland
  94. Corby
  95. Cornwall
  96. Cotswold
  97. County Durham
  98. County of Herefordshire
  99. Coventry
  100. Craigavon
  101. Craven
  102. Crawley
  103. Croydon
  104. Dacorum
  105. Darlington
  106. Dartford
  107. Daventry
  108. Denbighshire
  109. Derby
  110. Derbyshire Dales
  111. Derry
  112. Derry City
  113. Doncaster
  114. Dover
  115. Down District
  116. Dudley
  117. Dumfries & Galloway
  118. Ealing
  119. East Ayrshire
  120. East Cambridgeshire
  121. East Devon
  122. East Dorset
  123. East Dunbartonshire
  124. East Hamphire
  125. East Hampshire
  126. East Hertfordshire
  127. East Lindsey
  128. East Lothian
  129. East Northamptonshire
  130. East Renfrewshire
  131. East Riding of Yorkshire
  132. East Staffordshire
  133. Eastbourne
  134. Eastlegh
  135. Eastleigh
  136. Eden
  137. Edinburgh
  138. Elmbridge
  139. Enfield
  140. Epping Forest
  141. Epsom & Ewell
  142. Erewash
  143. Exeter
  144. Falkirk
  145. Fareham
  146. Farnham
  147. Fenland
  148. Fermanagh
  149. Fife
  150. Flintshire
  151. Forest Heath
  152. Forest of Dean
  153. Fylde
  154. Gateshead
  155. Gedling
  156. Glasgow
  157. Gloucester
  158. Gosport
  159. Gravesham
  160. Greenwich
  161. Guildford
  162. Gwynedd
  163. Hackney
  164. Halton
  165. Hambleton
  166. Hammersmith & Fulham
  167. Hammersmith and Fulham
  168. Harborough
  169. Haringey
  170. Harlow
  171. Harrogate
  172. Harrow
  173. Hart
  174. Hartlepool
  175. Hastings
  176. Hatfield
  177. Havant
  178. Havering
  179. Hereford
  180. Hertsmere
  181. High Peak
  182. Highland
  183. Hillingdon
  184. Hinckley & Bosworth
  185. Hinxton
  186. Horsham
  187. Hounslow
  188. Huntingdonshire
  189. Hyndburn
  190. Inverclyde
  191. Ipswich
  192. Isle of Anglesey
  193. Isle of Man
  194. Isle of Wight
  195. Islington
  196. Kensington & Chelsea
  197. Kettering
  198. Kings Lynn & West Norfolk
  199. Kingston upon Hull
  200. Kingston upon Thames
  201. Kirklees
  202. Knowsley
  203. Lambeth
  204. Lancaster
  205. Larne
  206. Leeds
  207. Leicester
  208. Lewes
  209. Lewisham
  210. Lichfield
  211. Lincoln
  212. Lisburn City
  213. Liverpool
  214. Llanarthne
  215. Luton
  216. MIlton Keynes
  217. Magherafelt
  218. Maidstone
  219. Maldon
  220. Malvern Hills
  221. Manchester
  222. Mansfield
  223. Medway
  224. Melton
  225. Mendip
  226. Merthyr Tydfil
  227. Merton
  228. Mid Devon
  229. Mid Suffolk
  230. Mid Sussex
  231. Middlesbrough
  232. Midlothian
  233. Milton Keynes
  234. Mole Valley
  235. Monmouthshire
  236. Moray
  237. Moyle
  238. Na h-Eileanan an Iar
  239. Neath Port Talbot
  240. New Forest
  241. Newark & Sherwood
  242. Newcastle upon Tyne
  243. Newcastle-under-Lyme
  244. Newham
  245. Newport
  246. Newton Abbot
  247. Newtownabbey
  248. North Ayrshire
  249. North Devon
  250. North Dorset
  251. North Down
  252. North East Derbyshire
  253. North East Lincolnshire
  254. North Hertfordshire
  255. North Kesteven
  256. North Lanarkshire
  257. North Lincolnshire
  258. North Norfolk
  259. North Somerset
  260. North Tyneside
  261. North Warwickshire
  262. North West Leicestershire
  263. Northampton
  264. Northumberland
  265. Norwich
  266. Nottingham
  267. Nuneaton & Bedworth
  268. Oadby & Wigston
  269. Oldham
  270. Omagh District
  271. Orkney Islands
  272. Oxford
  273. Pembrokeshire
  274. Pendle
  275. Perth & Kinross
  276. Peterborough
  277. Plymouth
  278. Poole
  279. Portsmouth
  280. Powys
  281. Preston
  282. Purbeck
  283. Reading
  284. Redbridge
  285. Redcar & Cleveland
  286. Redditch
  287. Reigate & Banstead
  288. Renfrewshire
  289. Rhondda/Cynon/Taff
  290. Ribble Valley
  291. Richmond upon Thames
  292. Richmondshire
  293. Rochdale
  294. Rochford
  295. Rossendale
  296. Rother
  297. Rotherham
  298. Rugby
  299. Runcorn
  300. Runnymede
  301. Rushcliffe
  302. Rushmoor
  303. Rutland
  304. Ryedale
  305. Salford
  306. Sandwell
  307. Scarborough
  308. Scottish Borders
  309. Sedgemoor
  310. Sefton
  311. Selby
  312. Sevenoaks
  313. Sheffield
  314. Shepway
  315. Shetland
  316. Shropshire
  317. Slough
  318. Solihull
  319. South Ayrshire
  320. South Buckinghamshire
  321. South Bucks
  322. South Cambridgeshire
  323. South Derbyshire
  324. South Gloucestershire
  325. South Hams
  326. South Holland
  327. South Kesteven
  328. South Lakeland
  329. South Lanarkshire
  330. South Norfolk
  331. South Northamptonshire
  332. South Oxfordshire
  333. South Ribble
  334. South Somerset
  335. South Staffordshire
  336. South Tyneside
  337. Southampton
  338. Southend
  339. Southend-on-Sea
  340. Southwark
  341. Spelthorne
  342. St Albans
  343. St Edmundsbury
  344. St Helens
  345. Stafford
  346. Staffordshire Moorlands
  347. Stevenage
  348. Stirling
  349. Stockport
  350. Stockton-on-Tees
  351. Stoke-on-Trent
  352. Strabane
  353. Stratford-on-Avon
  354. Stroud
  355. Suffolk Coastal
  356. Sunderland
  357. Surrey Heath
  358. Sutton
  359. Swale
  360. Swansea
  361. Swindon
  362. Tameside
  363. Tamworth
  364. Tandridge
  365. Taunton
  366. Taunton Deane
  367. Teignbridge
  368. Telford & Wrekin
  369. Tendring
  370. Test Valley
  371. Tewkesbury
  372. Thanet
  373. The City
  374. The Scottish Borders
  375. The Vale of Glamorgan
  376. Three Rivers
  377. Thurrock
  378. Tonbridge & Malling
  379. Torbay
  380. Torfaen
  381. Torridge
  382. Tower Hamlets
  383. Trafford
  384. Tunbridge Wells
  385. Uttlesford
  386. Vale of Glamorgan
  387. Vale of White Horse
  388. Wakefield
  389. Walsall
  390. Waltham Forest
  391. Wandsworth
  392. Warrington
  393. Warwick
  394. Watford
  395. Waveney
  396. Waverley
  397. Wealdon
  398. Wellingborough
  399. Welwyn Hatfield
  400. West Berkshire
  401. West Devon
  402. West Dorset
  403. West Lancashire
  404. West Lindsey
  405. West Lothian
  406. West Oxfordshire
  407. West Somerset
  408. Westminster
  409. Westmnster
  410. Weymouth & Portland
  411. Wigan
  412. Wiltshire
  413. Winchester
  414. Windsor & Maidenhead
  415. Wirral
  416. Woking
  417. Wokingham
  418. Wolverhampton
  419. Worcester
  420. Worthing
  421. Woverhampton
  422. Wrexham
  423. Wychavon
  424. Wycombe
  425. Wyre
  426. Wyre Forest
  427. York