In this blog you'll find details of our past events, as well as other information about what Plymouth Humanists get up to

COVID-19 and future events

In light of recent events and the government's current advice, all our meetings are now on hold.  We'll still be active on our Facebook Group, though, and will be looking at holding some sort of online activities.

400 years on from the Mayflower: Secularism in Today's World.

We were pleased to be able to invite Andrew Copson, chief executive of Humanists UK and President of Humanists International, back to Plymouth for our February talk. Linking up to the Mayflower 400 commemorations being held in Plymouth this year, his topic was secularism and freedom of belief.

Tavistock Walk and Lunch - cancelled

Sorry, we've cancelled the Tavistock walk scheduled for the 29th Feb - the weather just didn't look good enough.  We'll re-schedule for later in the year.

Darwin Day 2020

We had a very enjoyable Darwin Day meal (if a couple of days early!)

Ariane Sherine - Talk Yourself Better

Ariane Sherine is probably best known to Humanists as the creator of the Atheist Bus Campaign of 2009.  But she has many other talents, working as both a writer and comedian. Her latest book, “Talk Yourself Better: A Confused Person's Guide to Therapy, Counselling and Self-Help”, is based on her experience of mental health issues and counselling, and we were delighted to have her visit us in Plymouth and tell us the story behind the book.

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