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

Review: November walk

On Sunday 19th November a small handful of SELHuG members met outside East Dulwich Train station for a late-morning walk around the area of Dulwich and Camberwell. We were lucky to have a beautiful day, with bright sun and the trees glorious in their autumnal colours. Barbara Chandler had devised the walk and had found… Read more »

Review: The Entitlement of Elites

On 2nd November 2017 we were thrilled to be joined by Robert Ashby (former chair of the Board of Trustees of what was then the British Humanist Association, now Humanism UK) for a presentation on The Entitlement of Elites.  With thanks to Tony Brewer for the detailed review of the talk below. Robert started by describing… Read more »

British Museum visit: Living with Gods

Where: British Museum  We will meet by the information desk at 11am. When: Saturday 6 January. Tickets: Adult tickets are £15, concessions £12, under-16s go free. Booking ahead is advised. If you would like us to book your ticket in advance, let us know at (or mention it at a meeting) and bring cash on the… Read more »

New Cross December meeting: Mythmas celebration

When: Thursday 7 December 2017, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Mythmas Party Please join us for an evening of food and drink, singing and games, and the book auction where we are practically giving books away! This year we have: SINGING with a LYRICS COMPETITION – we need non-religious lyrics for traditional Christmas carols. Please… Read more »

Review: Reproductive Health today

Sebastian Lewis reflects on abortion rights after hearing Barbara Chandler speak on reproductive health Perhaps it is time that we stopped aborting the abortion topic. Thousands of women ranging in their teens, twenties, thirties and even forties, married and unmarried, bravely decide to terminate their pregnancy every year. You would think that this emotional experience… Read more »