Early Summer activities

I’ve again been a bit lazy with the blogging, but our events continue.  We’ve had two enjoyable conservation walks at Warleigh Point, finding gratifyingly little litter to pick up. Unfortunately May’s talk had to be cancelled at the last minute, but we substituted a pleasant social evening instead. .June 4th saw a joint meeting in Liskeard with both Cornwall and Exeter Humanists.  There was some stimulating conversation, as well as a discussion about campaigns and activities we could co-operate on. 

April's talk: Amish to Atheist

 

How do you get from committed Christian to president of Exeter University’s Humanist Society in five years?

Political Activism and the Women's Equality Party

At a time when progress towards a more tolerant and open world seems to have gone into reverse, Bea Gare of the women's equality party in Exeter came to talk to us the importance of continuing to fight for justice and equality.

What does the future hold for Devon’s Natural Environment?

With the implications of the UK leaving the EU much on everyone’s mind, Harry Barton, Chief Executive of Devon Wildlife Trust, came to talk to us in February about the future of Devon’s natural environment outside of Europe.   

Conservation walk and Darwin Day meal '17

We started off February with two events.

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