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

Review: Nunhead Cemetery Open Day

The annual open day at Nunhead Cemetery was not, at first glance, destined to be a great success for the SELHuG bookstall and Humanist information point. Just three words: Wedding FA Cup.  However the position of our stall was perfect, the first stall on the right as people entered, as was the weather. Against all… Read more »

Bromley Group on World Humanist Day

The 21st June is World Humanist Day. The Bromley Humanist Group will have a stall in the Bromley Market Square from 12pm to 4pm. They will be talking to the public, handing out literature and answering questions. There is lots of interest in Humanism from the public when we reach out to our local communities…. Read more »

Bromley June Meeting: Don Roum

When: Wednesday 13th June, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) Don Roum on My fifteen minutes of fame. Don will describe his involvement in events of 1963 and 1964 when he was arrested and charged with carrying an offensive weapon at a demonstration but acquitted because the detective sergeant leading the police squad made an error in… Read more »

Review: Happy Valley Walk

On Sunday 20th May a few of us met at Coulsdon South station for our bi-monthly walk. The weather was wonderful, warm and sunny, and we set out in high spirits. The walk was a 9 mile trek, taking us through woodland and heathland, with plenty of good views. A few miles in we stopped… Read more »

Review: Zionism and Britain

Zionism and Britain: understanding the origins of Israel On 3rd May we had a fascinating talk by Dr Gardner Thompson about Zionism and the historical background to the origins of Israel. Below is a review of the evening by David Smart.  Gardner Thompson introduced us to the complex story of the birth of modern Israel,… Read more »