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Basingstoke Humanists

We are a friendly and outgoing group of Humanists covering North Hampshire and Berkshire based in Basingstoke. Humanism is a positive life stance centred on people. We are atheists and agnostics who share a non-religious ethical outlook and seek to create a more open, just and caring society.

Contact

basingstoke@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

2nd Wednesday of the month with a social on the 1st Monday of the month

Venue
Bartons Mill
Bartons Lane
Basingstoke
RG24 8AE

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Bedfordshire Humanists

We are a friendly and welcoming group of humanists based in Bedford. We exist to support each other in defining and pursuing a secular, rational life stance, and to promote this world view among the local community.We also run our local Skeptics in the Pub, drawing a wider audience of those broadly sharing our outlook.

Contact

admin@bedshumanists.org.uk

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Meetings

1st Tuesday of the month

Venue
North End Social Club
60 Roff Avenue
Bedford
MK41 7TW

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Birmingham Humanists

We’re a group of people who meet to discuss a wide range of topics – philosophical, moral, social, political, scientific – and who work together to promote Humanist ideas and values. As Humanists, we base our moral principles on reason, on shared human values and on respect for others. We seek to live good lives without religious or superstitious beliefs.

Contact

birminghamhumanists@gmail.com

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Meetings

last Tuesday of the month (social)

Venue
Stirchley Baths
2-4 Bournville Lane
Birmingham
B30 2JT

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Brighton Humanists

We are a friendly, local Humanist Group, established in 1958, with members from Brighton, Hove and the surrounding area. We meet at 7.30pm every first Wednesday of the month at The King and Queen Pub, 13–17, Marlborough Place, Brighton. BN1 1UB

Contact

info@brightonhumanists.org

Meetings

1st Wednesday at 7:30pm

Venue
The King and Queen Pub
13-17 Marlborough Place
Brighton
BN1 1UB

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Bristol Humanists

Contact

mdcotham@googlemail.com

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Meetings

1st Monday of the month

Venue
White Bear
133 St Michael's Hill
Bristol
BS2 8BS

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Bromley Humanists

We are an active friendly group that welcomes everyone who id humanist or is interested in humanism and related subjects. We meet on the second Wednesday of each month from 2pm to 4pm in the United Reformed Church, 20 Widmore Road (next door to Boots). For more information about our meetings and other activities please contact asad.65@hotmail.com.

Contact

asad.65@hotmail.com

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Venue
Bromley United Reformed Church
20 Widmore Road
BROMLEY
BR1 1RY

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Cardiff Humanists

Being affiliated to Humanists UK, the Cardiff Humanist Group attempts to fulfil a need for personal contact etc for other Humanists, freethinkers, agnostics and other atheists, within Cardiff and surrounding areas of South East Wales. The group aims to encourage local atheists, agnostics, freethinkers etc to 'come out' as Humanists, and join the group, and/or Humanists UK and become part of a world wide movement.

Contact

cardiff@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

2nd Monday of the month

Venue
Cardiff Quaker Meeting House
43 Charles Street
Cardiff
CF10 2GB

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Central London Humanists

The CLHG provides a meeting place for Humanists, the secular and other non religious people, particularly those who live or work in the Central London area. Every month we hold a talk/lecture and several social events. Our social activities include group socials, a book group, picnics, walks, museum & cultural visits and theatre trips.

Contact

info@centrallondonhumanists.org.uk

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Meetings

Average once a week

Venue
Conway Hall
Red Lion Square
London
WC1R 4RL

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Chester Humanists

We are a group of like-minded people who share the natural view of existence and reject the supernatural in all its manifestations, including religion.

Contact

simon.dunning1@btinternet.com

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Meetings

3rd Wednesday of the month

Venue
Chester Quaker meeting House
Frodsham Street
Chester
CH1 3LF

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Chichester Humanists

Contact

andrew@westsussexhumanists.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Monday of the month (social)

Venue
The Chichester Inn
38 West Street
Chichester
PO19 1RP

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Chiltern Humanists

Chiltern Humanists provide fellowship and education for Humanists and other non-religious people throughout the Chilterns. We hold regular monthly meetings to provoke debate and challenge comfortable assumptions See us on Facebook. Non-members are very welcome to all of our meetings which are free entry. Venues are in Wendover on the second Tuesday of the month or Amersham on the second Wednesday of the month. We also hold social events.Talks start at 8:00.

Contact

antonychapman4@gmail.com

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Meetings

2nd Tuesday of month unless in Amersham when it's 2nd Wednesday

Venue
Wendover Library Room
High Street
Wendover
HP22 6DU

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Colchester Humanists

We want our supporters throughout the UK to be able to campaign on the issues that matter to humanists and to have easy access to community services, provided by Humanists UK. And we want people everywhere to be able to take part in our work for a tolerant society where rational thinking and kindness prevail. By working together in organised communities, we think we can be more effective champions for our vision of a better society. And we think our recent successes in Wales and Northern Ireland show that a branch model of community building works well.

Contact

chair-colchester@humanistgroups.org.uk

Meetings

1st Sunday of the month

Venue
The Fat Cat
65 Butt Road
Colchester
CO3 3BZ

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Cornwall Humanists

We are a small, friendly group covering Cornwall. We are atheists & agnostics who share a non religious outlook who seek a fair & ethical life stance. We meet monthly at Truro College with speakers & discussion, plus have informal get togethers.

Contact

carrietarrandean@gmail.com

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Meetings

3rd Tuesday of every month (excluding December)

Venue
Truro College
College Road
Truro
Cornwall
TR1 3XX

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Desborough Humanists

Desborough Humanists meet once a month to discuss a variety of topics from philosophy and religion to politics, science and education. Our group concentrates on raising awareness of Humanism in the local area and providing a social network for those with an ethical, person-centred (rather than supernatural) viewpoint.

Contact

desborough@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

1st or 2nd Saturday, once a month

Venue
Desborough Library
High Street
Desborough
NN14 2QS

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Dorset Humanists

Dorset Humanists is a local charity which exists to meet the diverse needs of people who identify as having 'no religion'. You may want to meet like-minded people, arrange a meaningful humanist ceremony, learn more about science, make the world a better place, reflect on the meaning of life, raise money for good causes, go for walks in the wonderful Dorset countryside... the list is endless!

Contact

chairman@dorsethumanists.co.uk

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Meetings

2nd Saturday and 4th Wednesday

Venue
Moordown Community Centre
Coronation Avenue
Bournemouth
BH9 1TW

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East London Humanists

A friendly and diverse group. We believe in the importance of fairness, reason and science, in being endlessly curious and questioning, and in standing up for these beliefs. Our aims include making the most of the one life we have, both for ourselves and for others. We meet regularly and are active in many areas of the community.

Contact

chaireastlondonhumanists@gmail.com

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Meetings

Once a month

Venue
Wanstead Library
Spratt Hall Road
Wanstead London
London
E11 2RQ

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Ely Humanists

Ely Humanists • Meet and socialise with like-minded people; • Campaign on humanist, atheist and secularist issues; • Exchange ideas and debate; • Learn (e.g. through guest speakers); • Represent atheist, humanist and secularist views in local affairs, and provide a balance to the influence of religious groups; • Promote and celebrate scientific and rational thinking; • Promote humanism as a life-stance; • Have fun!

Contact

elyhumanistssec@gmail.com

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Meetings

1st Saturday of each month

Venue
Ely Library
6 The Cloisters
Ely
CB7 4ZH

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Essex Humanists

Contact

scott.j.holmes@gmail.com

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Meetings

4th Sunday of the month (?)

Venue
The Friends Meeting House
82 Rainsford Road
Chelmsford
CM1 2QL

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Exeter Humanists

Contact

exehumans@gmail.com

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Venue
The Oddfellows (Upstairs room)
60 New N Road,
Exeter
EX4 4EP

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Farnham Humanists

We are a friendly and outgoing group of Humanists covering North East Hampshire and West Surrey centred on Farnham and Alton. Humanism is a positive life stance centred on people. We are atheists and agnostics who share a non-religious ethical outlook and seek to create a more open, just and caring society.

Contact

info@farnham.humanist.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Sunday of the month for talks/discussions. 1st Wednesday of the month- social/pub chat

Venue
Daniel Hall
Long Garden Walk
Farnham
GU9 7HX

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Gloucestershire Humanists

We are a friendly group of those interested in humanism and secularism, with members coming from Gloucestershire and surrounding areas.

Contact

gloshums@gmail.com

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Meetings

2nd Thursday (evening) ; 4th Sunday (breakfast)

Venue
The Victory Club
Burlington House
Lypiatt Road
Cheltenham
GL50 2SY

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Greater Manchester Humanists

Humanists meet around Greater Manchester to share and develop our understanding of a philosophy and morality based on human (not transcendental) values, to promote these values in the public domain, and to dialogue with religious and other beliefs. Everyone who does not accept a belief in a god is welcome to join. Please note: it is helpful if you register on meetup when you intend to come to a meeting. More folk attend our meetings than register on meetup that they will be going. If you are not already on it, we invite you to join our email list and receive our monthly newsletter and other communciations, which provide more information about our activities. To do so, contact our secretary, at secretary@gmh.humanist.org.uk GMH is a partner group of Humanists UK (formerly the British Humanist Association) and also a member of the International Humanist and Ethical Union. The Stockport group is independent and has its own newsletter. To receive this, please contact the Stockport group secretary Christine Simons on stockport@humanistgroups.org.uk See also our website: http://www.gmh.humanist.org.uk

Contact

secretary@gmh.humanist.org.uk

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Meetings

2nd Wednesday of the month

Venue
Friends Meeting House
Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

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Guildford and Woking Humanists

We are a friendly group of local Humanists serving the Guildford and Woking area. We hold monthly meeting consisting of presentations and group discussions about Humanist issues and extend a warm welcome to all who wish to join us. We also have group social events during the year.

Contact

guildfordwoking@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

Once a month

Venue
Guildford Institute
Ward Street
Guildford
GU1 4LH

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Harrow Humanists

We are a group of humanists living in Harrow and North West London who believe in living life rationally and ethically, without superstition. Humanists regard people as morally equal and autonomous, so we work to make a morally equal society, free from prejudice and open to all. We have monthly evening meetings of talks and discussion, weekly socials. We take an active part in our local community.

Contact

contact@harrowhumanists.uk

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Meetings

2nd Wednesday of the month

Venue
Harrow Voluntary Services Centre
The Lodge
64 Pinner Road
Harrow
HA1 4HZ

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Herefordshire Humanists

We are a group of Humanists covering the rural county of Herefordshire, based mostly in the city of Hereford and the market town of Ross on Wye. We work to provide a community of non-religious people who seek to live meaningful and ethical lives, with a strong moral, liberal and rational outlook. We seek to add the humanist voice to our wider community to combat a world of fundamentalism, objectification and theocracy.

Contact

herefordshire@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

Last Thursday of the month for guest speakers, AGMs and meals (but Sundays for walks and occasionally Tuesdays)

Venue
The Kindle centre
Asda stores
Belmont Street
Hereford
HR2 7JE

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Hull and East Riding Humanist Group

We are a friendly group of Humanists covering Hull and East Yorkshire meeting monthly in the back room of a pub in Beverley. Our group provides an opportunity for like minded people to meet and discuss humanist values, principles and related subjects and to promote an awareness of the philosophy of humanism to the wider public.

Contact

timstephenson@ashdene1.karoo.co.uk

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Meetings

3rd Monday of the month

Venue
Tiger Inn
Lairgate
Beverly
Hull
HU17 8JG

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Humanists of Murcia

We are a group of mainly retired expats, including atheists, agnostics and free thinkers. Our activities include walking, philosophy group, discussion group, and board games group, and a large gardeners group. We celebrate solstices and equinoxes and most of our meetings include lunch or dinner.

Contact

humanistgroup.murcia@gmail.com

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Meetings

Varies, depending on our program of events. There is usually at least one event per month per group.

Venue
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Isle of Wight Humanists

Contact

sibligh@gmail.com

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Venue
The Riverside Centre
The Quay
Newport
PO30 2QR

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Kent Humanists

Kent Humanists meet on the third Sunday of each month at St Stephens Church Hall, Hales Drive, St Stephens, Canterbury, CT2 7AB. Our meetings are open to anyone interested in Humanism and are not restricted to members, we ask only for a nominal £2.00 contribution towards the hire of the hall.

Contact

kent@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Sunday of the month

Venue
St Stephens Church Hall
Hales Drive
St Stephens
Canterbury
CT2 7AB

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Lancashire Humanists

Friendly and welcoming Humanist group covering all of Lancashire. Usually meet once a month at a central location in Preston to discuss relevant humanist related topics.

Contact

info@lancshumanism.org.uk

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Meetings

Every 3rd Wednesday of each month

Venue
Black Horse Pub
168 Friargate
Preston
PR1 2EJ

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Liverpool Humanists

We're a local non-religious group interested in meeting up socially or online. We arrange talks and social meet ups - and also want to get involved with other local events, eg. Liverpool Pride. We're a relatively new group - come along and get involved!

Contact

secretary-liverpool@humanistgroups.org.uk

Meetings

We meet up for a social get together on the first Tuesday or Wednesday of each month, and hold a public talk on the fourth Wednesday or Thursday of each month. Exact details are available via Facebook, Meetup and by email.

Venue
Liverpool Quaker Meeting House
22 School Lane
Liverpool
L1 3BT

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Ludlow and Marches Humanists

We used to be called the Welsh Marches Humanist Group and we cover North Herefordshire, South Shropshire and East Powys. We meet regularly, usually in Ludlow, for talks and discussions on all subjects of interest to Humanists, including social meetings and walks. We give regularly to local and worldwide charities and causes.

Contact

malcrochefort@outlook.com

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Meetings

3rd Tuesday of the month

Venue
Quaker Meeting House
St Mary's Lane
Ludlow
SY8 1DZ

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Milton Keynes Humanists

Milton Keynes Humanists is a non-prophet organisation. We aim to: • provide a means for free-thinking individuals in the Milton Keynes area to meet and have a forum for the discussion of humanist values, principles and concerns; and • campaign for respect for those who seek to live ethical and responsible lives without religious or superstitious beliefs.

Contact

secretary@mkhumanists.org.uk

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Meetings

We meet on the second Thursday of each month at 7pm, except August and December.

Venue
York House Centre
London Road
Stony Stratford
Milton Keynes
MK11 1JQ

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Norfolk Humanists

Norfolk Humanists get together once a month, usually the third Thursday. We often invite speakers to talk on a range of subjects not just relevant to Humanism but also to feed our unbounded curiosity about the world. We don’t claim to have all the answers but think that the search for truth through rational debate is well worth pursuing. If, like us, you think life can be lived ethically without reference to religion or just want to know more about Humanism, please feel free to join us. Details of future talks and social events can be found on our Calendar/Events page.

Contact

pete.alder@hotmail.com

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Meetings

3rd Thursday of the month, except August and December

Venue
The Charing Cross Centre
17-19 St John Maddermarket
Norfolk
NR2 1DN

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North East Humanists

We hold four or five meetings every month. These are all social occasions but one has a speaker with a formal presentation, others are discussion groups in various locations throughout the North East. We also collect for a "Charity of the Year". Many members are involved in school visits, adult group talks and pastoral support.

Contact

contact@northeast-humanists.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Thursday of the month

Venue
Tyneside Irish Centre
43-49 Gallowgate
NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
NE1 4SG

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North Yorkshire Humanist Group

North Yorkshire Humanist Group meets monthly in York to discuss interesting topics with an invited speaker. We also get together socially throughout the year with a book group, a philosophy group, restaurant visits and other events. Members and visitors come from York and North Yorkshire and beyond – including Harrogate, Knaresborough, Whitby, Pickering, Scarborough, Hull, Beverley …

Contact

info@nyhg.org.uk

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Meetings

1st Tuesday of the month

Venue
Priory Street Centre
15 Priory St
York
YO1 6ET

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Oxford Humanists

We provide a local community for people who share our world view and our non-religious values. We have monthly talks and discussions, in addition to social gatherings and occasional outings. We are active on the local SACRE, take part in November 11th commemorations and attend events with our information stand.

Contact

oxhumssec@gmail.com

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Meetings

3rd Friday of the month.

Venue
Restore Centre
Manzil Way
Oxford
OX4 1YH

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Plymouth Humanists

We provide a community and support for those with a Humanist outlook (which includes atheists and agnostics) in Plymouth and the surrounding area. This includes: organising events, open to everyone in the local area, that are engaging, entertaining, educational and uplifting; representing Humanists and people with similar values in education and other areas of society; and making an active contribution to the wider community through volunteering and other activities. Promote the values that Humanists hold to be important: rationalism, scientific thought, ethics and creativity. Organise events for everyone in the Plymouth area that are engaging, entertaining, educational and uplifting. Represent non-believers with similar values in matters of education and other matters of importance. Make an active contribution to the wider community through volunteering and other important areas.

Contact

plymouth.humanists@gmail.com

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Meetings

Talks once a month on fourth Tuesday (with summer and Xmas break), Book club alternate months on a Monday, Volunteering at a local nature reserve on second Sunday, plus other social events

Venue
B- Bar - Barbican Theatre
Castle St
Plymouth
PL1 2NJ

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Pontypridd Humanists

A group for humanists and the non-religious in Pontypridd and the Valleys.

Contact

pontypridd@humanistgroups.org.uk

Venue
85A Taff St
Pontypridd
CF37 4SL

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Sheffield Humanists

Contact

sheffield@humanistgroups.org.uk

Venue
Farm Road Sports and Social Club
Sheffield
S2 2TP

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Shropshire Humanist Group

We are a friendly, open group of humanists who meet regularly for talks, discussion, social events, interfaith contacts, book club and special interest groups. We welcome anyone at our meetings whatever their beliefs.

Contact

info@shropshire.humanist.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Thursday (no meeting in August)

Venue
The University Centre
Guildhall
Shrewsbury
SY3 8HQ

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South East London Humanist Group

SELHuG is a group for humanists, and people interested in a non-religious world view, in southeast London. Humanism is an everyday philosophy, a positive, practical approach to life which is open to every single person. We hold monthly meetings, often with a speaker, to discuss philosophy, current affairs and social justice. We also organise public and social events and support humanist campaigns and charities. If this sounds interesting, please come along.

Contact

selhuginfo@gmail.com

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Meetings

First Thursday of the month (no meeting in August).

Venue
New Cross Learning
283-285 New Cross Road
London
SE14 6AS

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South Hampshire Humanists

South Hampshire Humanists meet in Southampton monthly for discussion groups, to hear and question interesting speakers, or for social events. We are a friendly, mixed group, involved individually in a variety of interests and concerns but sharing the basic ethos of humanism. Some of us are getting on a bit-(but we are very wise!)-and now we have linked with the university student group, providing new energy to take us forward.

Contact

tonirolles@yahoo.com

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Venue
The Pavilion
Residents’ Gardens
Highfield
Southampton
SO17 1QU

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South London Humanists

The aim of the group is to make a positive contribution to Humanism locally by providing a forum to develop our knowledge and thinking, and our sense of a local community of humanists, and offering social activities.

Contact

secretary@southlondonhumanists.co.uk

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Meetings

2nd Wednesday of the month at 8PM. A garden party is usually held in August and a winter gathering in December

Venue
Friends House
10 Cedar Road
Sutton
SM2 5DA

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South West London Humanists

We’re a friendly group of non-religious people living in Richmond, Twickenham, Kingston and surrounding areas. Anyone who’s a humanist, or thinks they might be, is welcome to our meetings and events – see our website for all the details. We don’t have formal membership, so just turn up. If you’d like to know more, drop us an email.

Contact

info@swlhumanists.org.uk

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Meetings

Normally 1st Tuesday of the month (three exceptions: December, July or August, October)

Venue
The Vestry Hall,
21 Paradise Road
Richmond
London
TW9 1SA

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St Albans Humanists

Friendly Social/Study/Work Group centred around the subject of humanism meeting in St Albans. Humanism is a movement for living a full moral and joyful life without recourse to wild religious claims. Open to all.

Contact

steve.deckett@ntlworld.com

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Meetings

3rd Tuesday of every month

Venue
The Goat
37 Sopwell Lane
St Albans
AL1 1RN

Stockport Humanists

We, as humanists, think that you do not have to believe in God to lead an ethical life and support a secular state. Our group offers interesting talks, discussions, socials and humanist fellowship in Stockport in Greater Manchester and welcomes old and new members to its regular events.

Contact

stockport@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Venue
The Boars Head
2 Vernon Street
Stockport
SK1 1TY

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Swindon Humanists

Contact

jogarton@btinternet.com

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Meetings

Monthly

Venue
Wheatsheaf Ale House
32 Newport Street
Swindon
SN1 3DP

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Warwickshire Humanists

We are a small friendly group covering the Coventry and Warwickshire area who meet to discuss a range of topics relating to a non-religious humanist world view, and who work together to provide humanist ideas and values.

Contact

warwickshirehumanists@outlook.com

Meetings

Usually 2nd or 3rd Thursday of the month

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Rugby

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Watford Area Humanists

We are an enthusiastic group of Humanists based in Watford and serving South West Hertfordshire. We believe that we only have one life and that we should make the most of it. Regular meetings We hold regular local meetings on the second Saturday of each month Please feel free to join us for a social occasion, including some lively discussions!!! Social Activities Individual membership of the Watford Area Humanists provides an opportunity to enjoy social activities with like-minded individuals. Watford Area Humanists was established in May 2008 to:- • Promote an understanding of Humanism in South West Hertfordshire. • Develop programmes to address the non-religious needs of children, families and people living and working in the South West Hertfordshire area. • Provide social, educational and cultural activities for humanists. • Provide a base for the development of Humanist philosophy. The Watford Area Humanists Group is affiliated to Humanists UK. Humanism is a set of beliefs: • Human beings can lead good lives without being ruled by fear or superstition. • Based upon impartial consideration of available evidence, that there are no gods or creator beings. • Based upon impartial consideration of available evidence, that there is no after-life. • Being happy and doing good for oneself and others in the one life we all have. • Living life on the basis of behaving towards others as you would like them to behave towards you. • Respect for all other life forms and the natural environment on our planet Earth. If you would like more information please write to the following address or email Brian Hodgson on g3ykb@yahoo.co.uk

Contact

g3ykb@yahoo.co.uk

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Meetings

2nd Saturday of the month

Venue
Centre Point Community Centre
Raphael Drive
WATFORD
WD24 4GY

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West Glamorgan Humanist Group

We are a sociable group of humanists who meet in Sketty, Swansea although our membership ranges from Maesteg to Carmarthenshire. Our group's humanism is based on the belief that this life is the only life we have, that the universe has no supernatural side, and that we can live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity.

Contact

westglam@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

Monthly on Sundays

Venue
Sketty Hall
Sketty Lane
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West London Humanists and Secularists

A local group that is active in the community and regularly invites speakers to discuss social, political, religious, philosophical, scientific, artistic and other issues. This year we are planning discussions led by some of our own members on topics in which they have a particular interest, as well as external speakers.

Contact

aj.clhumanists@gmail.com

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Meetings

3rd Thursday of the month (and 1st Thursday of the month social)

Venue
Ealing Quaker Meeting House
17 Woodville Road
Ealing
London
W5 2SF

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West Wales Humanists

An open group who aim to attract and involve like minded humanist, atheists, agnostics, and religious questioners. Monthly meetings are informal and often humorous but with an agenda to promote informed discussion on a wide range of social and philosophical issues.

Contact

ben.morris@humanism.org.uk

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Meetings

3rd Monday of the month

Venue
Span Arts building
The Town Moor
Moorfield Road
Narberth
SA67 7AG

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Windsor Humanists

We are a group of Humanists covering the Windsor, Slough, Ascot and neighbouring areas of East Berkshire and South Bucks. We provide the opportunity for the non-religious to meet like minded people in the local East Berkshire Royal Borough on a regular basis and to build a sense of community demonstrating that you can be 'Good without Gods'! We meet regularly in and around Windsor to enjoy each other's company, to debate topical issues and to contribute to our local communities and charities. Please refer to the Events tab above to find out more about our upcoming events and/or join our facebook group page - links provided below. We look forward to seeing you very soon! Humanism is a positive life stance centred on people which aims to create a more open, just and caring society based on our shared humanity rather on religious doctrine or belief in a divine afterlife. We believe this is the one life we have thus we should make the most of it for ourselves, and for others. We affirm that a fulfilling and ethical life ought to be inspired by our empathic humanity guided by reason, evidence and science, without reliance on supernatural forces or entities. In todays world of increasing extremism there is a need for more rational considered debate based on evidence and science, and this is what Humanism tries to to achieve. We are linked to both Humanists UK and the National Secular Society (NSS) - please refer to their websites for more information on Humanism - links are provided below.

Contact

windsor@humanistgroups.org.uk

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Meetings

Monthly

Venue
Waterman Arms
Brocas St
Eton
SL4 6BW

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