Events

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.

Bromley July meeting: Discussion

When: Wednesday 11th July, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) July’s meeting will be a discussion. Come along and contribute!

August lunch meetup

When: Saturday 11th August, starting at 12.30pm Where: Greyhound Pub, 205 High Street, Bromley, BR1. (map) As in previous years there will be no monthly meeting in August for either SELHuG or the Bromley Humanist Group. Instead, the Bromley Humanist Group have organised a lunch in the Greyhound pub and members of both groups are… Read more »

July BBC demo

Our Thought for the Day campaign launched with a demo outside Broadcasting House on Tuesday 12 June. You can read about our first demo here Our next demo will be in the same place on Tuesday 17th July, between 8 – 10am.  Please join us if you can.   Broadcasting House is at Portland Place, Marylebone,… Read more »

Invitation to London Pride

Will you join Humanists at London Pride 2018? LGBT Humanists will once again be marching in London Pride this year. They have extended an invitation for other Humanists to join them there.  The invitation says: Pride parades are one of the most important events in our annual calendar. They give us a unique opportunity to… Read more »

Thought for the Day Demo

Our campaign to include Humanists in BBC’s Thought for the Day is having its official launch with a DEMO outside Broadcasting House on Tuesday 12 June, between 8am and 11am. We aim to highlight this issue, to provide information for any passing members of the public, and to let the BBC know what we think! Please… Read more »