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.

April Social: Halcyon Books & Manor House Gardens

When: Saturday 13th April, meeting at 11amWhere: Halcyon Books, 266 Lee High Rd, London, SE13 5PL (map)How to get there: Halcyon Books is about 10 minutes walk from Hither Green Station (map) and Lee High Road is served by bus routes 122, 178, 261, 321 and 621, all of which stop near the shop. Join… Read more »

New Cross April meeting: The future of community services for the non-religious

When: Thursday 4th April, 7.30pmWhere: New Cross (map) Crisis, Comfort, and Celebration: The future of community services for the non-religious Many people will have attended a humanist wedding or funeral, but may not know that humanists provide a range of other community services, for instance providing pastoral care in hospitals and prisons, supporting those on… Read more »

Bromley March meeting: Barbara Smoker

When: Wednesday 13th March, 2 – 4pmWhere: Bromley (map) Barbara Smoker, the eminent humanist and secularist, will be speaking on I was President of the National Secular Society for 25 years. You can read about Barbara’s newly released autobiography here.

March social: Visit to the V&A

When: Sunday 24 March 11amWhere: Victoria and Albert Museum, meeting by the information desk (map)Free – no ticket required The V&A museum houses an extraordinary permanent exhibition known as the Cast Courts. They contain exact replicas – made from plaster moulds – of some of the world’s greatest architectural and sculptured marvels such as Michelangelo’s… Read more »

BBC campaign update and February demo

Thought for the Day campaign inspired by George Orwell SELHuG member David Smart was inspired by the George Orwell statue, erected in the precinct of Broadcasting House in November 2017, to take a stand against the exclusion of humanists and other non-religious thinkers from Thought for the Day. There is an inscription beside the statue… Read more »