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A merry Christmas and happy new year from everyone at British Mensa!

The office will be closed over the Christmas break, and will re-open at 8.30am on January 3.

The directors, chief executive and staff would like to wish everyone a happy and peaceful holiday and a successful 2017.

23 Dec 2016

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Activity workshops for children are again on offer as part of British Mensa's innovative partnership with the Westwood Academy.

The sessions will all be held at the academy in Coventry. Activity days are separated by age - for four to six-year-olds, seven to nine-year olds and 10 to 12-year-olds - and the remaining dates are available to book now.

10 May 2017

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Do you have an exceptionally high IQ? Are you interested in the neuroscience behind intelligence?

Brighton-based TV production company Lambent Productions are looking for people with an exceptionally high IQ for a returning series on the brain.

Earlier this year, Lambent made the award-nominated first series of Secrets of the Brain for new channel Insight TV.

The series explored human brain function by meeting people with extraordinary brains and top neuroscientists and researchers in the field.

11 Nov 2016

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Blast! Films are making a series for the BBC about children aged 12-14, who are eligible for free school meals and are highly academically able.

Any young person who qualifies for Mensa would most certainly qualify on the academic front!

The idea of the series is to follow these children's progress over the next three years, to see what opportunities and challenges face them.

04 Nov 2016

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