A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Region: London

Lincolnshire Family History Society - London

'The Linnean Society's diverse programme of events covers everything from plant and animal diversity to remote sensing and in vitro fertilisation, with follow-on articles often appearing in our members' newsletter - The Linnean ... Most Linnean Society meetings are open to the public as well as members of the organisation.'

Linnean Society of London, The
Locality and Region Seminar Series
Also indexedVictoria County History
Locomotive Club of Great Britain - Central London

'Our meetings are held on Thursdays (normally the last of the month) ... Meetings start at 19.15 and finish by 22.00 with a break for refreshments at approximately 20.30.'

Locomotive Club of Great Britain - Croydon

'Meetings take place on the first Tuesday of each month starting at 19.00.'

Category Haringey
Locomotive Club of Great Britain - North London
London & Middlesex Archaeological Society

'The group covers the London and Thameside area and meets near Mile End station every other month.'

Category Dowsing
London & Thameside Dowsers

'A Forum of the Institute of Philosophy at the University of London’s School of Advanced Study. With lectures on topics in aesthetics and philosophy of art, LAF aims to stimulate philosophical reflection on art. Our events are free and open to all.'

Category Philosophy
London Aesthetics Forum

'London Architecture Diary (LAD) has all you need to know out about the latest architecture events and activities taking place at museums, galleries, architecture schools and many other venues across London. LAD is free and, following an extensive re-design, now even easier to use ...'

London Architecture Diary

The London Beekeepers Association has a meeting at 11.00 on the second Sunday of each month and an active programme of lectures in winter. Members are invited to make suggestions for topics, speakers, themes, dates or locations by emailing us. Members of neighbouring associations are always welcome at our events.'

London Beekeepers' Association, The

'Your visitor or exhibitor badge allows you free access to the comprehensive and varied programme of educational seminars, interviews, workshops and demonstrations taking place throughout The London Book Fair. The hour-long seminars allow you to deepen your understanding of the issues affecting the publishing industry today, as well as engage with colleagues, question expert panels and discover new ways of applying your skills to your work. Be inspired by the author interviews taking place in the PEN café, be entertained with food and lively cookery demonstrations and get informed about the latest market innovations in the product presentations.' Register in advance. Usually held mid-April.

London Book Fair, The

'The School provides a lively, stimulating and relevant programme of speaker events each year to engage and inspire its network and the business community at large.' Live events often only open to the 'School community'.

London Business School
Also indexedUniversity of London

'There are two themes in this unusual London museum. London's canals have a fascinating past and you will learn not only how they came to be built but about the lives of the workers, the cargoes, horses and how canals work. We are a waterways museum first and foremost, but also an industrial museum telling the story of the ice industry in London. It is the only London museum of inland waterways and is situated at King's Cross, an accessible central location.'

London Canal Museum

'Lectures are held at 7 pm on Friday evenings ... Before lectures, members and the evening's Speaker gather in the College Canteen for coffee and to chat about pots, and share their experiences. Whether you are just starting out, or are experienced in Ceramics, you will be made very welcome!'

Category Arts & Crafts
London Ceramic Circle at Morley College

'Celebrates the City's role as a global hub of architectural experimentation, thinking, learning and practice.' Usually held annually in June.

London Festival of Architecture

'The European Movement in London is the branch of the European Movement covering the whole of the capital. We organise a wide range of events and activities held all over London and addressed to people from all walks of life, political orientation or national and cultural identity.' Alert Link changed from the 'London' Branch of the European Movement.

Category London
London For Europe

‘We like to think and talk about strange and excluded things: from ghosts and UFOs to forgotten history and strange beliefs ... We're forteans, we're open minded and we welcome everyone online and at our meetings.’

Category Holborn
London Fortean Society

'Meets four times a year, in March, June, September and November, when we aim to have distinguished speakers on a wide variety of subjects, many with a Yorkshire interest.'

London Group of Yorkshire Family History Societies

'We organise an ongoing programme of practical workshops, classes and talks, and also hold regular group sessions in locations around London where members bring their current work for discussion.'

London Independent Photography
Named Lectures & TalksJanet Hall Memorial Lecture

'Events at the beautiful Ivy House in North West London, NW11, feature outstanding speakers and performers from the world of politics, education, journalism, music and the arts.' Merged with JW3: 'The aim of JW3 is to transform the Jewish landscape in London by helping to create a vibrant, diverse and proud community, inspired by and engaged in Jewish arts, culture and community.'

London Jewish Cultural Centre
Also indexedJW3

'Every meeting will be introduced by a short talk from a lawyer or commentator in the area under examination. The discussion will then be opened to those attending to make contributions or ask questions. The meetings will last around ninety minutes and operate under Chatham House rules.'

Category Law & Society
London Legal Salon, The

'Members have access to over a million books and periodicals, a superb online offering and an unforgettable building in beautiful St. James's Square. 6,500 members, including some of the most familiar names in the literary world, find the Library’s resources invaluable.' The Library offers a series of evening lectures - many of which are open to Non-Members.

London Library, The
London Literature Festival

'The society meets regularly to discuss every aspect of Materials from Ice Cream manufacture to the recent nanotechnology developments! All events ... start at 6.30 pm (unless otherwise stated) with tea and biscuits provided from 6 pm and mostly end with a light buffet. They are open to the public and free of charge.'

London Materials Society
Also indexedInstitute of Materials, Minerals and Mining

Occasional talks in wide-ranging events programme: 'Many of our events are free, however, you are still advised to book in advance.'

London Metropolitan Archives
Also indexedCity of London Corporation

‘In addition to open events for prospective students, we also offer an array of free lectures, workshops and talks which are open to the public. These events, on a stimulating range of subjects, are ideal if you live nearby, are visiting London, or if you have previously studied at London Met and would like to reengage with our community ... We currently have campuses located in Holloway, Moorgate, and Aldgate.’

London Metropolitan University
London Middle East Institute
Also indexedSchool of Oriental and African Studies | Kamran Djam Annual Lecture

‘The go-to-guide for collections, libraries and expertise relating to the history of medicine ... The members of this group, London Museums of Health and Medicine, are happy to receive your feedback and questions about ... museum activities, events and services ...’

 

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London Museums of Health & Medicine

Indoor Meetings 'take place in the evenings, mainly in central London. They are very varied and usually involve presentations about a particular group of plants, animals or birds or about particular wildlife site or area'.

London Natural History Society

'We meet every month of the year except January and August ... Our meetings start at 6.00 pm and last for up to 2 hours. We have a very varied programme, with a meeting on the first (occasionally the second) Tuesday. We hear informal lectures or talks, generally with slides, from our own members or visiting experts ... Once a year, we have Members' Own Evening, at which we hear a number of talks from members who, while having something interesting to say, may not feel it warrants a full evening's talk.'

London Numismatic Club

Society Meetings 'Doors open from 6pm. sales stand from 6.30pm, event begins at 7.30 and is finished by 10pm. There is no charge. Visitors are welcome, especially from other societies or if you buy something or join as a new member.Meetings are held monthly (except January, July & August)'.

London Omnibus Traction Society

'All lectures are from 7 to 8 pm on a Monday evening. Doors open 6.30 pm. Join us for a glass of wine (included in the ticket price), interesting conversation and a browse on our bookstall before and after the lecture.'

Category Gardens Trusts
London Parks & Gardens Trust

'The London Philosophy Club holds free talks from some of the leading contemporary philosophers ... We also organise debates, socials, and a regular reading group. Our events are fun, accessible and interactive, and are all guided by our belief that philosophy improves people's lives and should be open to all. At the moment, we're the biggest philosophy club in the world ...'

London Philosophy Club, The

'As well as selling books, the London Review Bookshop features events. Readings, discussions, talks and debates make the London Review Bookshop a vital centre for intellectual exchange.' Tickets usually £10; free wine after each event; should book ahead.

Category Bookshops
London Review Bookshop
Named Lectures & TalksEdward W Said London Lecture

'The LSE events programme - with information on LSE public lectures, talks and seminars - is published three times a year (September, January and April) ... LSE host a public lecture programme (PLP) consisting of over 100 lectures every term. The lectures are free and open to all with some events requiring a ticket so please check the individual web listing. The events generally take place in the early evening and last approximately one and a half hours, including a question and answer session ... We recommend that you arrive at the venue 25-30 minutes before the event is scheduled to start to maximise your chances of gaining entry to the event. Many events are already full before the start time and there is no standing space available in the venues.'

London School of Economics and Political Science, The
Also indexedUniversity of London

Significant programme of term-time lectures, many annotated with such as: 'Free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis'.

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Named Lectures & TalksHeath Clark Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of London

'London South Bank University hosts a number of lectures and events throughout the year. Most of them are available to all and full details are listed here.'

London South Bank University

'Whether you are aged 1 or 100, LSO Discovery can help you learn more about music - music education isn't just for the kids! From 45-minute Friday lunchtime concerts at LSO St Luke's to pre-concert talks and in-depth composer-focussed Discovery Days, adults can broaden their knowledge of music, start from scratch or discover something new.’

Category Music & Dance
London Symphony Orchestra
Also indexedLSO Discovery

Occasional evening and other talks.

London Transport Museum
Also indexedTransport for London

'A monthly meeting is held on the second Tuesday of each month, usually taking the form of an illustrated talk by a specialist speaker ... Talks are usually illustrated by slides or a PowerPoint presentation and are usually followed by a question and answer session. Doors open at 18.40 for a prompt 19.15 start ... Full membership is available to all 16 years & over.'

Category Railway History
London Underground Railway Society

'This is a list of events which may be of interest to vegans and others interested in veganism in the London area and is sent to London Vegans subscribers at regular intervals. Where known, the organiser is indicated at the bottom of each event ... London Vegans is primarily a social group for vegans and those with an interest in veganism that was formed with the intention of promoting veganism in the London area.'

London Vegans Diary
London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society
London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society - Barnet
London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society - City
London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society - Enfield
London Westminster & Middlesex Family History Society - Rayner's Lane

'All meetings are held ... from 8.00 pm on the second Thursday of the month, from September to May inclusive.'

Loughton & District Historical Society

'Holds a meeting each Wednesday evening throughout the year, excluding July and August ... Speakers from outside the club are invited to give lectures and "battles" with local clubs are also held.'

Loughton Camera Club

Festival usually held early May.

Category Arts Festivals
Loughton Festival, The
Also indexedArthur Morrison Society

Occasional panel discussions and similar events accompanying the main thrust of the operation.

LSE Arts and Music
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science

Regular evening events: 'We would love to see you here, but seating is very limited so please book early to avoid disappointment. All the events cost £5 and include wine.'

Category Bookshops
Lutyens & Rubinstein Bookshop

'A huge effort goes into organising the Talks and the Shows for members. But remember the talks are open to anyone who wishes to attend ... All talks take place ... from 7.30 to 9.30 pm. Tea/Coffee and biscuits are available in the interval. A Raffle is held.'

Malden & Coombe Horticultural Society

'Lectures in the history of cartography ... Admission is free and each meeting is followed by refreshments. All are most welcome.'

Maps and Society Lectures

'There are eight indoor meetings every season. Meetings are on Friday evenings,'

Marylebone Birdwatching Society
Named Lectures & TalksDreda Farrell Memorial Lecture | Springett Memorial Lecture

‘The Maudsley Philosophy Group is based at the Institute of Psychiatry at the Maudsley, London UK. It began in 2002 but continues a tradition of clinical and conceptual work that dates back to the founding fathers of the Maudsley Hospital and the Institute of Psychiatry ... The Group organises regular seminars and lectures that bring together clinicians and researchers with philosophers, public intellectuals, and policy makers. We drive at innovation and exchange in the areas of psychiatry and philosophy.’

Maudsley Philosophy Group

'The Menzies Centre is an Australian cultural base in London, providing a highly regarded forum for the discussion of Australian issues. The Centre's public lectures, conferences, seminars, briefings and literary readings attract a diverse audience and help to produce a more comprehensive, detailed and balanced perception of Australian politics, economics, life and culture than is popularly available.'

Category Australasia
Menzies Australia Institute [KCL]
Named Lectures & TalksMenzies Lecture | Trevor Reese Memorial Lecture
Also indexedKing’s College London

'The Society organises monthly lectures and talks of local historical interest during the winter months.'

Merton Historical Society

'Meet ... on the second Friday of the month at 7.45 pm.'

Category Railway History
Mid-Hants Railway Preservation Society - Croydon

'Meet ... on the first Tuesday of the month at 7.00 for 7.30 pm.'

Category Railway History
Mid-Hants Railway Preservation Society - South West London

'We share a joint programme of events with the Chiltern Heraldry Group, meeting either in Ruislip or in various Chiltern locations.'

Category Heraldry
Middlesex Heraldry Society
Also indexedChiltern Heraldry Group

‘The mission of MinSouth is to be a focus for mining & minerals related professionals based in London and the South East of England, to influence the wider public, to support the IOM3 in its objectives as well as supporting the educational system for the development of the next generation of mining professionals.’

MinSouth
Also indexedInstitute of Materials, Minerals and Mining

'The Model Railway Club is recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest model railway society in the world, having been formed in 1910, hence being known as "The MRC" ... Membership of the MRC includes entry to Keen House on club nights, the opportunity to participate in layout building, the use of the library and workshop, our multi-gauge test tracks, monthly lectures, and to meet with fellow modellers in convivial surroundings and swap hints and tips.'

Category Railway History
Model Railway Club, The

Lectures twice per year, plus related events.

Category Wales
Montgomeryshire Society, The
Named Lectures & TalksJune Gruffydd Memorial Lecture
Also indexedCymdeithas Maldwyn

'Situated in a beautifully refurbished Victorian townhouse in Kensington, we offer a rich and varied programme including art and design exhibitions, film screenings, literary launches and readings, and lectures.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Mosaic Rooms, The
Also indexedA M Qattan Foundation

Wide range of talks and lectures listed, including several sponsored by outside organizations. The Museum's talks and lectures are usually: 'Free but tickets allocated on arrival'. Arrangements for hosted events vary: check details.

Museum of London
Also indexedMuseum of London Docklands
Museum of Richmond

'An informal and relaxed group of photographers who meet every Wednesday evening ... We are interested in showing our work and improving our photographic skills, with prints and digital images. We hold regular competitions, some judged by members themselves, others where judges are invited to assess our work. Our programme also includes talks, demonstrations, studio sessions and walkabouts.'

Muswell Hill Photographic Society

'We hold a range of events, from free public talks on records of interest, to training courses for archivists and academics.' The Friends of The National Archives organize 'special Friends-only events, including behind-the-scenes tours and visits to historic buildings and collections' - as well as occasional lectures.

National Archives, The

'Hear guest speakers examine a wealth of enthralling topics at our free lunchtime lectures, which take place at 12.30 pm every Thursday. Occasionally there are unavoidable changes to the programme. Visitors interested in attending a particular lecture are advised to telephone ... on the day ... Admission is free and many lectures are followed by a book signing in the Museum Shop.' Note also The Society of Friends of the National Army Museums who can include lectures within their programme.

National Army Museum

'In association with the Department of English and Creative Writing, the NCRCL hosts a number of research talks across the year which are given by a wide range of experts in the field of children’s literature and are open to anyone who wishes to attend.'

National Centre for Research in Children's Literature [Roehampton]
Also indexedUniversity of Roehampton

Wide range of talks and lectures: can select 'Kind of Event' Talks in the Calendar.

National Gallery, The

Range of events with annotations frequently such as: 'Seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so please arrive early to avoid disappointment'. However, probably best to enquire about attendance instead of just turning up ...

National Institute of Economic and Social Research
National Maritime Museum London
Also indexedRoyal Museums Greenwich

Extensive Events Programme, including Gallery Talks and Lectures.

National Portrait Gallery

All Forthcoming Platforms 'An eclectic programme of pre-performance events celebrates all aspects of the arts, offering the chance to learn about the National's work and discover more about theatre in general. Platforms usually start at 6 pm, lasting for 45 minutes - there are occasional afternoon events, usually starting at 3 pm.'

Category Drama & Theatre
National Theatre, The

'The Centre holds meetings in Bromley on Wednesday evenings and in Beckenham on Thursday afternoons. Most meetings consist of an illustrated lecture on a topic connected with the National Trust and its fields of interest.'

National Trust Support - Beckenham & Bromley

'There are 11 lectures a year which are free to ENTA members ... The timing of the lectures is from 7.30 pm to 9.20 pm, with questions from about 9.05 pm. However, the November, January and February lectures will be in the afternoon 2 pm to 4 pm.'

National Trust Support - Ealing

'We offer a varied and interesting programme of evening and afternoon talks.'

Category Harrow
National Trust Support - Edgware & District

Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening meetings.

Category Enfield
National Trust Support - Enfield

'We organise a variety of activities for our members which include: Varied evening and afternoon talks ...'

National Trust Support - Harrow

We are a friendly Centre and meet monthly at 8.00 pm on the last Thursday ... plus afternoon lectures at 2.15 pm most months ... Meetings include talks on a wide range of subjects and also allow members to socialise with like-minded people with tea and coffee available. Our ever popular lectures are well attended and this allows us to secure the services of good quality speakers, there is only a nominal fee charged for entrance to the lectures.'

National Trust Support - Orpington & Chislehurst

'Our meetings are held on the third Thursday of the month (although this may vary where there is a bank holiday on the Friday).'

National Trust Support - Wembley and District

'Our varied programme of lectures is held once a month on Saturday afternoons in the autumn and winter/spring.'

National Trust Support - Wimbledon

'No matter what your age or when you visit, come and enjoy one of our daily activities, including talks, behind-the-scenes tours, Explorer backpacks and our science discovery centre.'

Natural History Museum, The

'New Acropolis is a philosophical and cultural movement. Our mission is to revive philosophy as a means of renewal and transformation, to promote the timeless values that have been at the heart of all civilizations and to offer a holistic education based on the philosophical traditions of East and West.'

Category Philosophy
New Acropolis

'Meetings are held in London every two months and, in addition, Regional Groups meet in the North West, the Midlands, the West of England and in Scotland ... 'The Society exists for the study of the stamps and postal history of New Zealand and its Dependencies. Although the majority of our members are based in Great Britain, we have a large number of international members.'

New Zealand Society of Great Britain

'Unless otherwise stated, meetings are held at 5.45 pm on the second Wednesday of the month ... Visitors are welcome and admission is free. Meetings are generally followed by an informal meal at a local restaurant.'

Newcomen Society for the History of Engineering and Technology - London
Named Lectures & TalksDickinson Memorial Lecture

Occasional book launches and related events: 'We invite authors to talk about their work, sign copies of their books and meet their fans. The range of guests is very broad ...'

Category Newham
Newham Bookshop

'An open meeting that holds monthly talks in Leytonstone, near Stratford, East London. Talks are on the second Saturday of each month, and vary in character from local history to political issue and across the arts ... Meetings are open to all, and while free, donations are welcome. Each meeting includes a small buffet to which everyone is invited to contribute and when social gathering is possible. Enquiries welcome and we look forward to seeing you.'

News From Nowhere Club

'The Nicolai Rubinstein Lecture in the History of Political Thought and Intellectual History is an annual memorial lecture held in honour of the distinguished Renaissance scholar and former Queen Mary colleague, Nicolai Rubinstein. Having fled Nazi persecution in the 1930s, Rubinstein was appointed to a lectureship at Westfield College, University of London (later merged with Queen Mary) in 1945, and retired as Professor in 1978. He was the leading authority on the government of Florence under the Medici, and a renowned expert in the art, architecture and political thought of Renaissance Italy. This lecture series, inaugurated in 2007, celebrates his contribution to intellectual history.'

Nicolai Rubinstein Lecture
Also indexedQueen Mary University of London

Meetings 'are held on Tuesday evenings throughout the year. However, we are closed during school holidays. This gives us about 35 organised meetings a year. We meet ... from 19.30 (meetings start at 20.00)'.

Norbury & South London Transport Club, The

Meets 'on Saturdays, approximately every 6 months, at 2.00 pm'. (See 'Events'.)

Norfolk Family History Society - London

Lectures or talks every 1-2 months during the winter.

North London Beekeepers

'Meets on the second Thursday of the month for discussion meetings (excl. Aug & Dec) ... We welcome visitors at all our events with no obligation to join, so that anyone can come along to see if they like us!'

North London Humanist Group

'The Society holds five meetings each year ... We normally invite a speaker and the meetings are informal and in a sociable environment. We welcome guests.'

Category Railway History
North London Railway Historical Society, The

'We hold our meetings on the first Friday of each month (except January).'

North Romford Fuchsia Society

Meetings 'on the third Saturday morning of the month ... at 10.30 am'.

North West Kent Family History Society - Bromley

'We meet every Tuesday evening except the second Tuesday of the month. We always welcome new members from raw beginners to accomplished photographers ... No meetings during August.'

Northfields Camera Club

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  289. Lymington
  290. Lytham St Annes
  291. Macclesfield
  292. Maidenhead
  293. Maidstone
  294. Malmesbury
  295. Malton
  296. Manchester
  297. Mansfield
  298. March
  299. Market Harborough
  300. Marlborough
  301. Marlow
  302. Marple
  303. Matlock
  304. Melbourne
  305. Melton Mowbray
  306. Merthyr Tydfil
  307. Merton
  308. Mid East Antrim
  309. Mid Ulster
  310. Middlesbrough
  311. Milton Keynes
  312. Minehead
  313. Monmouth
  314. Moray
  315. Morley
  316. Morpeth
  317. Neath Port Talbot
  318. Newark-on-Trent
  319. Newbury
  320. Newcastle upon Tyne
  321. Newham
  322. Newport (Wales)
  323. Newquay
  324. Newry Mourne Down
  325. Newton Abbot
  326. Newton Stewart
  327. Newtown (Powys)
  328. North Ayrshire
  329. North Lanarkshire
  330. Northallerton
  331. Northampton
  332. Northwich
  333. Norwich
  334. Nottingham
  335. Nuneaton
  336. Oakham
  337. Oban
  338. Okehampton
  339. Oldham
  340. Olney
  341. Orkney
  342. Ormskirk
  343. Orpington
  344. Oswestry
  345. Otley
  346. Oundle
  347. Oxford
  348. Paignton
  349. Peebles
  350. Pembrokeshire
  351. Penrith
  352. Penzance
  353. Perth
  354. Peterborough
  355. Petersfield
  356. Pitlochry
  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)