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

AFRIL Big Give Christmas Challenge

One of the charities that SELHuG regularly supports is Action for Refugees in Lewisham (AFRIL) who are supporting many families through this winter when Covid has made life even more precarious. If you’re feeling full of sympathy and Christmas spirit, please donate to their BIG GIVE Christmas Challenge between 1st – 8th December. AFRIL hopes to raise £3,000 with… Read more »

January meeting: What is wikimedia?

When: Thursday 7 January, 7.30pmWhere: Online via Zoom: click link here What’s Wikimedia? And why is it so important today? I bet last time you looked up something, Wikipedia was used. And I bet you’re aware that its entries are written and edited by volunteers… indeed, maybe, that you too can contribute to it! When Wikipedia, the… Read more »

Book Sale

At our usual December gathering, along with other activities, we traditionally hold a book auction or sale. Unfortunately we can’t meet in person this year but SELHuG member David is kindly organising a socially-distanced book sale so we don’t miss out on bargain reading material, as well as helping raise funds for our coffers. 1…. Read more »

Interview with Audrey Simmons

We were delighted to see an interview with SELHuG member Audrey in a recent edition of New Humanist. Audrey is a key member of the Association of Black Humanists and the interview covers the challenges faced by black apostates and the need to ensure humanism is welcoming to all. You can read the interview here

Christmas Storytelling coffee morning

When: Sunday 6th December at 11.30amWhere: online via Zoom, use this link: LATEST: BBC Radio 4 newsreader Susan Rae, the one with the silvery Scottish accent, is joining fellow humanist readers at this event! Join us for an hour of festive readings from Dickens to Carol Ann Duffy. You bring the coffee and we’ll… Read more »