Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.

July Meeting: Annual General Meeting

When: Thursday 7th July, 7.30pmWhere: this will be an ONLINE ONLY meeting. Zoom link HERE. AGM: would you like to be more active in SELHuG? A humanist group like SELHuG brings people together to explore life’s big questions – how to live and die, where to look for knowledge and meaning – and how to respond to… Read more »

AFRIL fundraiser update and an invitation

We did it! £300 raised for local refugees charity SELHuG reached its target of £300 for Action for Refugees in Lewisham (AFRIL), our local grassroots charity which works with refugees, asylum seekers and vulnerable migrants from all over the world, most lately Ukraine. Sophie Wickham, Director of AFRIL, has sent a personal “Big thank you… Read more »

Bromley June Meeting: Humanism – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

When: Wednesday 8th June 2:30 – 4:30 pm Where: United Reformed Church, Bromley (map)Speaker: Denis Cobell (Past President of the National Secular Society) Denis will be speaking on Humanism: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow and also paying tribute to the memory of the Bromley Humanists Group co-founder Don Langdown, who died in 2020. He will be joined by… Read more »

Review: Nunhead Cemetery Open Day

Successful day at Nunhead The crowds were back at Nunhead Cemetery Open Day, restored to its regular early summer slot when everything is verdant and the stalls of allotment societies brim with produce. One celebrant who volunteered at our stall said it was like stepping into another world, running to a different time or clock…. Read more »

Review: The War against the BBC

Review of the Bromley Humanist Group’s May meeting by Tony Brewer Following its temporary shutdown during the Covid period, this event was billed as Bromley’s relaunch meeting and it attracted a substantial audience. The speakers should have been Professor Patrick Barwise and Peter York, the authors of The War Against the BBC (2020). Unfortunately Barwise… Read more »