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

Book Club - July '16

Ray Bradbury’s class sci-fi work ‘Fahrenheit 451’ was the subject of July’s book club. 

Crisis, Comfort, and Celebration: The future of community services for the non-religious

Teddy Prout, Director of Community Services for the BHA, came to speak to Plymouth Humanists in July.  

Conservation Walk June '16

Very unusually, it was raining for our June conservation walk. This hardly ever happens!  Fortunately three hardly souls braved the wet and collected a few bags of rubbish, ensuring the reserve remains clean for local people to enjoy. .

Campaign Against Arms Trade

Our May talk looked at the UK’s arms trade with Saudi Arabia.  Liam Geary Baulch from Campaign Against Arms Trade told us how the UK currently sells weapons to Bahrain, Saudi and Yemen where many civilians are being killed by these arms.

Book Club - May '16

May’s book club discussed Jonathan Safran Foer’s ‘Eating Animals’, an examination of the case for and against eating farmed animals.