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

BBC campaign update and April demo

The absurdity of excluding humanists from Thought for The Day is sometimes highlighted by hearing a religious person deliver a ‘thought’ on the Today programme that could just as easily have been contributed by a humanist. Such was the recent speech by Church of Scotland Minister John Bell from the Iona Community, who spoke in… Read more »

New Cross May meeting: food and ethics

When: Thursday 2nd May, 7.30pmWhere: New Cross Learning (map) How food is killing us: what should we eat to save ourselves and the planet? The food system is a major driver of man-made negative impact on the environment 1, including up to 30% of greenhouse gas equivalent (GHG) emissions 2. It also uses up to… Read more »

Nunhead Cemetery Open Day 2019

When: Saturday 18th May, 11am – 5pm Where: Nunhead Cemetery (map)Transport: Nearest buses are P12 and 78 and nearest train is Nunhead Station Nunhead Cemetery Open Day is a wonderful community event which attracts thousands of people from across London. Many local groups are represented alongside lots of different activities and things of interest for all… Read more »

Review: V&A visit

Visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum Cast Courts, 24 March 2019 It was a sparkling Spring day, perfect for strolling through Kensington with the weekend crowds and soaking up the sunshine in the V&A’s garden café. All of us knew the museum but most had never been in the Cast Courts. They are incredible. The… Read more »

Five best books on Humanism

You may already know the Five Books website Experts on many and varied subjects are interviewed at length and give suggestions of their top five books in their subject. Please do explore the website if you have a specific interest, as it is likely to be covered! Recently, Andrew Copson (Chief Executive of Humanists UK… Read more »