Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.
Bromley April meeting: Understanding what is happening to our NHS
When: Wednesday 11th April, 2 – 4pm Where: Bromley (map) Dr. Bob Gill on will be speaking on Understanding what is happening to our NHS. He will talk about the privatisation so far and the end game. Bob Gill has worked for the NHS for 24 years and has been a GP in a small practice in Sidcup… Read more »
April Brunch in New Cross
When: Sunday 22nd April, 11am Where: Birdie Num Nums Cafe, 11 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London SE14 6PP (map) April brunch in New Cross We are returning to this friendly, cosy cafe opposite Goldsmiths for our April brunch. You can read about our February brunch at this venue here. Please do come along and join us for… Read more »
New Cross April Meeting: Faith to Faithless
When: Thursday 5th April 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Faith to Faithless: what it means to leave your religion A talk by Audrey Simmons, followed by discussion Although irreligious people account for an estimated 17%-22% of the world’s population, people who do not believe are treated poorly. They can face discrimination and ill treatment from family, employers… Read more »
March walk: the Happy Valley!
When: Sunday 18th March, 11am (although train from London Bridge gets in at 11.09 so we will hang around until then!) Where: meet at Coulsdon South Station (map) Please see bottom of post for more detailed information regarding transport etc. Our March walk is a slightly more demanding walk in the countryside of about 9… Read more »
Review: Singapore on the Thames
Our monthly meeting in February was a presentation by John Christensen: Singapore on Thames: who benefits from Britain’s development strategy? Thank you to Barbara Chandler for the review. Those of you who weren’t present at this stimulating and challenging evening missed a treat. Do look at the presentation slides (at the bottom of this post) to get… Read more »