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

Review: Smoke and Mirrors exhibition

SELHuG enjoyed a really entertaining exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in July called Smoke and Mirrors: The Psychology of Magic. It was fascinating to see the history of magicians and spiritualists, seances and haunted houses. And incredible that some scientists such as Sherlock Holmes author Arthur Conan Doyle believed in the afterlife and that the… Read more »

Joint lunch: Bromley and SELHuG groups

When: Saturday 10th August, 12.30pm for 1pmWhere: The Greyhound, 205 High Street, Bromley, BR1 1NY (map) The joint lunch between the SELHuG and Bromley Humanists groups is now a very welcome annual tradition, in the month when we don’t hold our regular meetings. We have a very enjoyable time meeting friends old and new, sharing a… Read more »

2019 AGM minutes

SELHuG held a lively AGM looking back at a year filled with talks, discussion, social outings, interfaith activities and BBC demos. The officers and committee remain unchanged, but members and supporters are reminded that we are looking for a new Chair and Treasurer to take over next year – positions held for up to three… Read more »

Thought for the Day campaign update

Thought for the Day campaign notches up successes in first year Our Thought for the Day campaign has just celebrated its first birthday – and the icing on the cake was appearing on Radio 4’s Today programme in an interview with Mishal Hussein! SELHuG’s campaign to get humanists included on Thought for the Day began… Read more »

SELHuG Chair interviewed on Radio 4 Today programme

Hester Brown, Chair of South East London Humanist Group (SELHuG) argued the case for including humanists on the BBC’s flagship reflective slot, Thought for the Day. Interviewed by Today presenter Mishal Hussein, alongside regular TFTD contributor Rev Dr Sam Wells of St Martins in the Fields, Hester said we all need good ideas on how… Read more »