A-Z of LECTURES and CATEGORIES

Region: London

'Since 1986 the Society's activities have included receptions for important visitors, dinners, exhibitions, lectures and book launches.'

Saudi-British Society

Offer occasional lectures alongside their more formal Courses, for example: 'Summer Evenings at Mandeville Place The Mandeville Place summer season of evening lectures offers good food for body, mind and spirit. They are given by senior students in the School, speaking or performing from their direct experience in making philosophy practical within their fields'.

School of Economic Science

Organize a wide range of events, which are often annotated 'Free and open to everyone', but advisable to check first.

Category Schools of Law
School of Law [Birkbeck]
Also indexedBirkbeck University of London

'The School of Life is a place to step back and think intelligently about central emotional concerns. You will never be cornered by dogma, but we will direct you towards a variety of ideas that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. You will meet other curious, sociable and open-minded people in an atmosphere of exploration and enjoyment ... In our programme of Special Events, we invite great performers, speakers and thinkers to share their stories, wisdom and experience. The emphasis is always on insights into emotional and psychological life ...'

School of Life, The
School of Oriental and African Studies, The [London]
Also indexedUniversity of London
School of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy [Birkbeck]
Named Lectures & TalksPaul Hirst Memorial Lecture
Also indexedBirkbeck University of London

'An annual display of the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology in the UK. It is open to members of the public and is free to attend ... During the exhibition there will be several evening Panel Discussions. Hear leading experts ... We will be hosting a Café Scientifique event on each day of the exhibition ... These events provide a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas, with audience participation being actively encouraged.' Usually held late June/early July.

Science Live: The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Wide range of talks, lectures, debates, discussions and so on, including for adults: 'The Science Museum's Dana Centre is an adult-only venue that lets you explore issues in contemporary science through dialogue, interaction, performance and art whilst enjoying food and drinks in our fully-licensed café-bar.'

Science Museum
Also indexedDana Centre

Annual Lecture Series, usually held October/November. 'Numbers are strictly limited so please apply as soon as possible.'

Category Military History
Second World War Experience Centre, The
Selborne Society
Named Lectures & TalksPerivale Wood Local Nature Reserve | Gilbert White Memorial

Occasional lectures organized by the Friends of Senate House Library: 'Some events are for members of the Friends only; visits are intended primarily for members, although guests may be included if places are available. Please let the Library Office know if you wish to attend any of the events ...'

Senate House Library
Named Lectures & TalksHolden Lecture
Also indexedUniversity of London

'Every Saturday the Serpentine Gallery hosts talks and seminars free to the public ... All talks are free and take place at 3 pm.'

Category Art Galleries
Serpentine Gallery

'Open to the public, academic lectures are presented throughout the year by leading academics on a range of topics ... The Globe is an open house and is open to all.'

Category Drama & Theatre
Shakespeare's Globe
Also indexedGlobe Education

'The Society holds regular meetings, usually in London. Members and guests gather for drinks and chat, followed by dinner for those who wish it, and then a paper or a panel discussion on some aspect of the life and work of Sherlock Holmes. Contributions from the floor are welcomed, and usually develop into a lively debate, which might well be continued in the bar afterwards. The focus for the event might be on a particular case, or on a special subject such as music, transport, food and wine, science, police work, literary influences ... the possibilities are endless ...'

Sherlock Holmes Society of London, The

'All meetings are held on Monday evenings between 7.30 pm to 9.15 pm.'

Category Bexley
Sidcup Lapidary & Mineral Society

As well as an Annual Lecture, events include the Saturday Lecture Tour 'A member of the curatorial staff gives a lecture tour of the Museum to members of the public at 11am on Saturday mornings. There is a small charge of £5 and the tickets are available to the first 20 people after 10.30. Students and children are free. We regret that advance bookings cannot be accepted. Inevitably there are many more visitors than there are places on the tour and we regret any disappointment caused for those unable to go on the tour.'

Sir John Soane's Museum

'Talks start between 7.30 and 8 pm, followed by an interval and an informal question and answer session. You'll be free to come and go as you'll get a hand stamp, and eat or drink while you're there. Please come and say hello, we want everyone to feel welcome!'

Category Skepticism
Skeptics in the Pub - Hackney

'London Skeptics in the Pub is an award winning lecture series discussing; science, history, philosophy and current news and ideas in society which meets (usually) once every month.'

Category Skepticism
Skeptics in the Pub - London

'We have packed and lively meetings once or twice a month in a big pub in Westminster, just by St James Tube station. Less than a year old, we already have attracted attention from the BBC, the British Medical Journal, and the blogosphere. Our launch was covered by BBC Newsnight. All welcome; no need to book; £2 per head.' However, Westminster Skeptics is currently resting.

Category Skepticism
Skeptics in the Pub - Westminster

'A leading UK think tank, developing innovative ideas across a broad range of economic and social policy. It champions policy ideas which marry markets with social justice and takes a pro-market rather than free-market approach. Our work is characterised by the belief that governments have an important role to play in correcting market failures and setting the framework within which markets can operate in a way that benefits individuals and society as a whole ... The Social Market Foundation is politically independent, and works with all of the UK’s main political parties. Our Board, Policy Advisory Board and staff reflect this.’

Social Market Foundation

SHS Public Talks and Lectures 'This year the SHS is aiming for greater regularity in its meeting schedule, with one public meeting in London per month.'

Category Islington
Socialist History Society
Named Lectures & TalksA L Morton Memorial Lecture

'The main activity of the society is the publication of a quarterly peer-reviewed journal, reflecting its members' interests which are also catered for by a programme of special events and lectures.'

Category Military History
Society for Army Historical Research, The

'The SCRSS organises a regular programme of lectures on Russian and Soviet culture, covering a wide range of topics from music, art, architecture and literature, to history, sport and linguistics (to name but a few). Lectures and film shows take place at the SCRSS. They normally start at 7 pm, with tea and coffee served from 6.30 pm. Events are open to both SCRSS members and non-members.' [£3.00 (members); £5.00 (non-members)]

Category Russia
Society for Co-operation in Russian and Soviet Studies

'An annual programme of seminars is run by the Society for Court Studies in which new work in the field is presented and discussed. These take place in London on weekday evenings, at 6 pm. The seminars are free and open to everyone.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Society for Court Studies, The

The Society 'runs a regular lecture series in London on a wide range of topics relating to Libyan culture and heritage which are open to the public'.

Category Westminster
Society for Libyan Studies

'As a member you can attend our regular meetings, held every three months on Saturday afternoons in London, with occasional extra dates in other cities. You’ll hear talks from the country’s top astronomers, both amateur and professional, and meet fellow enthusiasts. There are special meetings from time to time. And if you can’t get to meetings, there’s a report published in Popular Astronomy and you can view videos of most meetings ... Every two years, we also hold a very popular, day-long Convention, usually at Cambridge, where you can see the work of the sections and hear talks about a wide variety of topics ... We arrange enjoyable weekend courses, too, at which you’ll get to meet other astronomers, hear talks and even observe, if it’s clear.'

Society for Popular Astronomy

'There is a programme of lectures with a variety of invited prominent speakers ... Over the years, the lectures have covered a wide spectrum of subjects, from crop circles (usually regarded as outside the Society's interests) and magic, through "core" areas of past-life memories or precognition, to discussions of neuro-chemical perspectives on altered states of consciousness, or media attitudes to the paranormal ... Admission is free to SPR members, with an admission fee for non-members.'

Society for Psychical Research

'The Society meets for talks four times a year, alternately in Oxford and London.'However, unfortunately, the Society's Website no longer seems active.

Society for the History of Medieval Technology and Science, The

Occasional lectures and related events.

Category Natural History
Society for the History of Natural History, The

'The SPAB holds a number of annual events including a series of evening lectures held every autumn.'

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, The
Society for Theatre Research, The

'The Society of Antiquaries is holding a Public Lecture Series that is free and open for all to attend. '

Society of Antiquaries of London

Range of events including the Annual Lecture: 'The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2006, warmly welcomes membership applications from individuals from all walks of life who are interested in the history of architecture of all places and in all periods of time.'

Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, The

'Public Evening Lectures are free and open to all. They are part of an SCI initiative led by the Membership Affairs Committee to reach members of the public and provide discourse on SCI-linked topics and relevant popular subjects.'

Category Chemistry
Society of Chemical Industry

'The Group organises a regular and dynamic schedule of activities throughout the year in keeping with its Mission Statement "Utilising our capital city to publicise science and allow networking opportunities for all." The broad-based programme of general interest and specialist events attracts a wide range of attendees - from students and families to science professionals and politicians.' Enquire about attendance.

Category Chemistry
Society of Chemical Industry - London
Named Lectures & TalksBinsted Lecture

'The Society runs a programme of eight lectures from September to June, inviting speakers from many different disciplines and many parts of the world ... These lectures, usually held on a Tuesday evening, are followed by refreshments and an opportunity for members to meet.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Society of Jewellery Historians

'Quarterly meetings are held in London where members display examples of their work, share their experiences and attend lectures or demonstrations ... Object to encourage, develop and promote the study and practice of the art and science of Ornamental Turning. There are now more than 300 members world-wide ... Complex lathes started to be developed in about the 15th century when the nobility of Europe commissioned and collected the beautiful wood and ivory turnings made on them ... Following the French Revolution the centre of interest in this hobby transferred from France to England where it spread widely, not only among the aristocracy but later to the wealthy middle classes ... With the advent of the motorcar the hobby of ornamental turning was largely abandoned until 1948 when the Society of Ornamental Turners was formed.'

Category Arts & Crafts
Society of Ornamental Turners, The

‘We curate platforms to exchange ideas, foster discussions, create knowledge resources, provide research opportunities, and impact policy and public thought.‘

Category Asia
South Asia Centre [LSE]
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science

'SELFS meets every second Thursday of the month ... Talks start at 8.00 pm. Price £2.50/£1.50 concessions.'

South East London Folklore Society

'We hold monthly meetings on the third Thursday of every month.'

South East London Humanists

'Offers a range of evening lectures, weekly courses and day trips covering all aspects of botany and related subjects ... Membership of the South London Botanical Institute is open to all who have an interest in the plant kingdom. It was the firm belief of the founder Allan Octavian Hume that all people, irrespective of their social class and level of education, should enjoy the opportunity to learn about plants.'

South London Botanical Institute

Occasional lunchtime and evening talks.

Category Art Galleries
South London Gallery

'Meetings first Wednesday in month 8 pm - 10.30 pm.' (South London Humanists is the new name for Sutton Humanist Group, and we cover Sutton, Merton and Croydon.)

South London Humanists

'Established in 1998 to provide membership to anyone with an interest in fine handwriting, calligraphy and the lettering arts regardless of experience or ability ... The Association regularly hosts events for its members. From social events, exhibitions, and other outings, to workshops and courses our events are a great opportunity to get together and share creative ideas about lettering. Most events are free for members,’

Category Arts & Crafts
South London Lettering Association

'We generally meet at 12.30 pm on the 1st Sunday of the month; however, public holidays, etc may occasionally affect the date ... All are Welcome.'

Category Wandsworth
South London Philosophy Circle

‘Find environmental events happening locally every week including talks, walks and ad-hoc volunteering or conservation work parties/days and gardening activities ... We provide information on environmental groups and volunteering in South West London (the London Borough of Hounslow, Kingston, Richmond upon Thames and Wandsworth).‘

South West London Environment Network

‘We’re a friendly group of non-religious people. Anyone who’s a humanist, or thinks they might be, is welcome to our meetings and events, which take place in Richmond, Twickenham and Kingston. You don’t need to “join” anything – we don’t have formal membership.’

South West London Humanists

Extensive series of Talks & Debate plus related events. Usually a charge, need to book.

Category Arts Centres
Southbank Centre

'A wide range of activities and meetings are organised, giving members the opportunity to participate in and contribute to the work of the Trust.'

Southgate District Civic Trust

‘Housed in a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building, St Bride Foundation was originally set up to serve the burgeoning print and publishing trade of nearby Fleet Street, and is now finding a new contemporary audience of designers, printmakers and typographers who come to enjoy a regular programme of design events and workshops ... The St Bride Foundation Library hosts a variety of print-related lectures, exhibitions and talks throughout the year, as well as talks and conferences on everything from poster design to handwriting, resulting in an exciting and vibrant series of events running the whole year round.’

St Bride Foundation Library

St Ethelburga’s is a “maker of peacemakers”. We inspire and equip people from all backgrounds to become peacebuilders in their own lives and communities ... Come along to our public events, explore our work, and join our community of peacemakers.’

St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace

Occasional lectures, talks and related events.

St Martin-in-the-Fields

'St Paul’s Forum runs a programme of events at St Paul’s Cathedral exploring Christian life and spirituality. The programme is open to all and will continue with retreats, reflective study days, services, public debates and talks.'

St Paul's Cathedral
Also indexedSt Paul's Forum

'With Stanfords, there are plenty of opportunities to meet famous writers, photographers and publishers, to discuss their work and then get your own copy of their book signed. We present many travel lectures and book signing events ...'

Stanfords

'Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month (excluding July and August).'

Stanmore and Harrow Historical Society

'Monthly meetings of The Stereoscopic Society which take place in London and Coventry from October to April have a club atmosphere. They typically include projection of members’ and guests’ film and digital work onto large 10ft screens viewed with polarising glasses. The programs also include workshops, show and tell sessions and an annual auction of members superfluous and unwanted 3D equipment. Attending the meetings and the annual convention are the ideal opportunities to meet up with people who have similar interests.'

Stereoscopic Society - London
Stoke Newington Literary Festival

The Strand Group brings together figures from government, business, journalism and academia to shed light on contemporary challenges facing the economy, defence and intelligence, foreign affairs, the public sector and the machinery of government.’

Strand Group

Occasional talks and related events.

Category Arts Centres
Stratford Circus
Also indexedNewham Sixth Form College

'Our meetings take place between 8 pm and 10 pm on the first and third Monday of each month.'

Streatham Society, The

'Annual Lecture ... Bookstall ... Refreshments ... All Welcome.'

Category Christianity
Strict Baptist Historical Society
Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines, The
Also indexedLondon School of Economics and Political Science

'The society meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month ... commencing at 8 pm, except for August (no meeting).'

Surbiton & District Bird Watching Society, The
Swedenborg Society, The

Talks & Discussions 'These specialist lectures and events include artists' talks and debates with internationally renowned speakers and performers ... Advance booking is recommended for these events. Talks and discussions usually last an hour and a half or two hours.'

Tate Britain

'These specialist ticketed events feature internationally renowned artists, art critics, historians and theorists - often followed by more informal discussions in a social setting.'

Tate Modern

’Find out about the latest Thames Discovery Programme, Thames-related and archaeological activities ... We regularly list activities and events taking place in Greater London and beyond that are led by other organisations, such as the Museum of London, the National Maritime Museum and Gresham College.‘

Thames Discovery Programme

'Provides residents of Beckenham and the surrounding area with access to a wide range of artistic experiences through morning lectures, study days and cultural visits and tours.'

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Beckenham

'All meetings are on the 4th Thursday of each month (EXCEPT AUGUST AND DECEMBER) , and start at 2 p.m. with tea and coffee, and lectures at 2.30.'

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Blackheath

'We have nine illustrated lectures per year, covering a broad range of topics. We meet in the evening, and our lectures commence at 7.45 pm, generally finishing at about 9.15 pm.'

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Bromley

'We have monthly lectures (excluding August and December) with speakers covering a variety of subjects. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month, with the lecture starting at 10.45 with tea or coffee available from 10.00 beforehand.'

Category Croydon
The Arts Society - Croydon

‘Members enjoy 10 evening lectures from October to July on the second Thursday of the month. You can come to lectures as a temporary member paying a voluntary donation ... No need to book - just turn up. We're a sociable, friendly group and welcome new members. There is no waiting list.’

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Dulwich

'The Society meets ... on the second Monday of each month except April and August. Lectures begin promptly at 8 pm.'

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Greenwich

Meet '2nd Thursday of the month between 10.30 am and 12.00 pm'.

Category Harrow
The Arts Society - Harrow

'Meetings are at 10.45 am on the second Tuesday of each month, except July and August.'

Category The Arts Society
The Arts Society - Havering

'Meets in the afternoon of the second Monday of the month, except in August and September.'

Category Orpington
The Arts Society - North Kent

'Theos runs a comprehensive events programme, including debates and seminars ... Theos conducts research, publishes reports, and holds debates, seminars and lectures on the relationship between religion, politics and society in the contemporary world. We are a Christian think tank based in the UK. We are part of The British and Foreign Bible Society.’

Category Religious Belief
Theos

Extensive programme of lectures and other events arranged at the London Headquarters and by some three dozen centres throughout England. Some events are free of charge, others small charge with reductions for Society Members.

Category Theosophy
Theosophical Society in England

Usually meet second Monday evening of the month, 19.30 hours.

Tramway & Light Railway Society - Thames Valley
Transition Highgate
Also indexedHighgate Climate Action Network

'Our invited speakers are scholars, biographers, and, occasionally, particularly renowned practitioners. Each talk is of about fifty minutes’ duration, and is followed by a thirty minute seminar discussion, in which people attending contribute reflections, questions, and comments.' Usually small charge: 'Many talks sell out, so booking ahead is advised. Reserve seats by phone ...'

Treadwells
Twickenham & Thames Valley Bee-Keepers' Association
Named Lectures & TalksGeorge Tinker Lecture | Rosina Clark Memorial Lecture

UCL

Lunch Hour Lectures are an opportunity for anyone to sample the exceptional research work taking place at the university, in bite size chunks. Speakers are drawn from across UCL and lectures frequently showcase new research and recent academic publications. Lunch Hour Lectures require no pre-booking, are free to attend and are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis.'

UCL
Also indexedUniversity of London | University College London

'We have several different seminar programmes, most of which are free of charge and open to the public. Refreshments are always available We have a sandwich lunch available for our lunchtime seminars and have a wine reception after our evening events. To attend our events it is essential to book ...'

UCL Constitution Unit
Also indexedUCL | School of Public Policy

Programme of events, a number of which can be open to members of the public.

UCL Energy Institute

Ramge of lectures, talks and related events.

UCL Museums & Collections
Also indexedUCL

'Talks, study and discussion on Theosophy at the London Centre ... Events are open to all and always free ... No need to book in advance.'

Category Westminster
United Lodge of Theosophists
United Nations Association of the UK - Westminster
Named Lectures & TalksFolke Bernadotte Memorial Lecture | Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen International Law Lecture

'Our public lectures showcase some of the latest research our academics are currently working on, across a wide range of subject disciplines, and relate to key, contemporary topics of interest, both in our region, and beyond. Pitched for a diverse audience, including experts as well as the layperson with a general interest our public lectures are accessible, welcoming and free to all.'

University of East London
University of Greenwich
University of the Arts London

'We have regular club outings and studio evenings which help to keep us all motivated and the friendly atmosphere at our meetings will ensure that you will receive a warm welcome, so why not come along and see us on any Tuesday evening at 7.45 pm for 8.00 pm start.'

Upminster Camera Club

‘A membership charity open to all who care about the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages and believe that raising standards of urban design is central to its improvement. The UDG believes that good urban design depends upon successful collaboration between all those who shape the built environment, whatever their professional or personal background.’

Urban Design Group
Uxbridge Local History Society

'The V&A's learning programme encompasses both formal and informal events, including regular seasons around our major exhibitions. Discover new techniques in our practical art and design courses, brush up on your art history at a lecture, course or study day, drop in to a curator talk or demonstration, or join in discussion of recent research and topical issues at a conference or debate.'

V&A South Kensington
Also indexedVictoria and Albert Museum

Occasional meetings of the Westminster History Club - formed 'in aid of the County History Trust which is raising funds for the next volume of the Victoria History of Westminster' - plus related events.

Category London
Victoria County History - Middlesex & London
Also indexedWestminster History Club | County History Trust

'The Society meets three times a year: twice in London and at a different British university each summer.' Membership is open to all.

Viking Society for Northern Research

'There are normally six meetings each year in London, held on Saturday afternoons ... Everyone is welcome to attend. It is generally useful to bring a text of Virgil.'

Virgil Society, The

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  296. Manchester
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  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)