PESGB has a network of over 20 branches in the UK offering a programme of seminars throughout the academic year and we have a thriving Virtual Branch. Please contact your nearest Branch Secretary (details below) for more information.
|Bath and Bristol||Darren Garside|
|Bedford||Neil Hopkins & Oli Belas|
|Devon and Cornwall||Melanie Parker|
|Netherlands and Flanders||Anders Schinkel|
|North-West||Naomi Hodgson & John Tillson|
|Nottingham||Lindsay Davies & Andrew Fisher|
|Oxford||Alis Oancea & Nigel Fancourt|
|South Coast||Emile Bojesen|
|South East||Karl Bentley|
|South Wales||Mike McNamee|
|Strathclyde-Glasgow||David Lewin & Philip Tonner|
|Warwick||Matthew Clayton & Emma Williams|
Setting up a PESGB branch
The work of our branches is an important element in the Society’s activities. Branch meetings are a source of new ideas and they also offer opportunities for members to meet each other. Each branch has a secretary who arranges a varied programme of events including speakers, discussions and debates.
The Society is committed to maintaining and developing its programme of branch meetings and conferences. The duties of branch secretary include:
- establishing a mailing list of people who may be attracted to meetings of the branch
- organising and advertising a programme of meetings
Branches have considerable autonomy in the organisation of their activities, and costs incurred in relation to speakers at branch meetings can be claimed from the Society.
If you are interested in starting a branch in your local area please contact the Secretary of the Society, Dr David Lewin.
Guidance for Branch Secretaries on claimable expenses for Branch Meetings and Conferences can be found here.
General guidance on claiming expenses can be found here.
- Bedford Branch
- Birmingham Branch
- Edinburgh Branch
- London Branch
- Netherlands Branch
- North West Branch
- Nottingham Branch
- Sheffield Branch
- South Coast Branch
- Canterbury Branch
- Strathclyde-Glasgow Branch