As well as our regular monthly meetings, we also organise one-off events. We aim for these to be entertaining, sociable , educational and interesting. Events we have organised in the last few years have included visits to places of historical interest, exhibitions, talks and social outings.
We also hold a stall at Nunhead Cemetery Open Day every year and join in with various interfaith events in Lewisham and surrounding areas.

For the schedule of our forthcoming monthly meetings and other events please go here.

New Cross March meeting: Digital Humanism

When: Thursday 1st March 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Digital Humanism – shaping a future for people and robots We all have a vague idea about a digital future, if only from watching movies like Bladerunner, I Robot, or Terminator. But what’s the reality? What exactly are artificial intelligence, machine learning and neural networks?… Read more »

January British Museum visit: Living with Gods

Where: British Museum  We will meet by the information desk at 11am. When: Saturday 6 January. Tickets: Adult tickets are £15, concessions £12, under-16s go free. Booking ahead is advised. If you would like us to book your ticket in advance, let us know at (or mention it at a meeting) and bring cash on the day. For… Read more »

New Cross February meeting: Singapore on Thames

When: Thursday 1st February 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Singapore on Thames: who benefits from Britain’s development strategy? One vision of post-Brexit Britain is a low tax economy like Singapore. In January Theresa May said no deal would be better than a bad deal with the EU because “we would have the freedom to… Read more »

New Cross January meeting: Ethical Dilemmas

When: 4th January 2018, 7.30pm 
Where: The Rose Pub opposite New Cross Gate Station. 

January walk: Tracing the Tyburn

When: Sunday 21st January, 11am Where: meet at Great Portland St tube station. Tracing the Tyburn The Tyburn is one of the lost rivers of London. Originally flowing from Hampstead Heath to the Thames, the Tyburn was culverted in the 18th century. However, the presence of this river can still be seen in the streetscape… Read more »