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Local Fabians

Local Fabian societies meet across Britain and throughout the year


There are many local Fabian societies across Britain, organising meetings and events that provide a forum for left-leaning discussion and debate. Search below to locate your nearest society and find out about their meetings.

Or click here to learn more about local Fabian societies including how to set one up if there isn’t one near you.


Central London

Contact: Michael Weatherburn,
Usual Venue: 61 Petty France, London, SW1H 9EU
Contact: Dr Michael Weatherburn,

Chiswick & West London

Usual Venue: Raphael Room, St Michael and All Angels Church, Bath Road London W4 1TT
Contact: Dr Alison Baker,


Usual Venue: Regular meetings in the Hexagonal Room, Quaker Meeting House, 6 Church Street, Colchester
Contact: Patricia Mountsteven,

County Durham

Kevan Jones MP on austerity spending in County Durham and the North East by the coalition and Conservative government, 21 May
Tim Blackman, vice-chancellor, Open University on higher education and further education: lessons from devolution, June 25
Usual Venue: All meetings 12:15-14:00 at St John's Hall, Meadowfield, Durham
Contact: Professor Alan Townsend,

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Be a part of the debate at Fabian conferences and events and join one of our network of local Fabian societies

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