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

South West Regional Conference 2014

Saturday 10th May 2014 saw the first South West Regional Conference for Humanists and allied groups. 

Supported Charity 2014

We were pleased  to send a cheque for £100 to Plymouth Samaritans earlier this year, and have now selected the Plymouth Red Cross Destitution Fund to support in 2014

An open letter to Gary Streeter MP

In response to local MP Gary Streeters' comments suggesting that it is Christians who do most to help the poor and disadvantaged, Plymouth Humanists have issued this open letter to him:

The Young Atheist’s Handbook for Schools initiative

Plymouth Humanists are welcoming the news that every secondary school in England and Wales is being sent a copy of “The Young Atheist’s Handbook: Lessons for Living a Good Life without God” today, as part of a national initiative led by the British Humanist Association.

Is Britian a Christian Country?

As you would expect, Plymouth Humanists are concerned about the Prime Minister’s recent comments that we’re a Christian country, and claims by local MP Gary Streeter that it is mainly Christians who take part in voluntary work to help the poor and underprivileged.  If you share our concerns there are three actions you can take:

Support the British Humanists Association’s work to make the voices of non-religious people heard by those in power

Answer our survey about your involvement in voluntary work.

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