As well as our regular monthly meetings, we also organise one-off events. We aim for these to be entertaining, sociable , educational and interesting.
Event we have organised in the last few years have included:
Visits to places of historical interest – recent examples include Down House (Darwin), The Red House (William Morris) and Knole House.
Visits to exhibitions – recent examples include ‘Million Years of Evolution’ at the National History Museum and ‘Ancient Lives’ at the British Museum.
Social events – recent examples include visit to ‘Skeptics in the Pub’, cinema visit plus meal afterwards and socials in London Bridge and Greenwich areas.
Local events – we 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.
Catford February Meeting: The Science of Climate Change
When: Thursday 16th February 2017, 7.30pm
How is human activity affecting natural climate change and what do current trends tell us?
Catford January meeting – Gender segregation: How fundamentalists are dividing Britain
When: Thursday 19th January 2017, 7.30pm
Speaker: Chris Moos
What does the rise of fundamentalist movements mean for the secularist goal of creating a more free, equal and fair society? What tactics are fundamentalist groups using to challenge secular laws and norms?
Catford December Meeting: Mythmas celebration
When: Thursday 15th December 2014, 7.30pm
Bromley December Meeting: Mythmas and AGM
When: Wednesday 14th December, 2 – 4pm
Catford November Meeting: What is Secularism?
When: Thursday 17th November, 7.30pm
Speaker: Stephen Evans (National Secular Society)