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

Breaking free from a religious cult

At our February meeting five former members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses spoke about life in that cult, and their experiences in breaking away. Many people know the church through their doorstep evangelism, and because of regular court cases stemming from their rejection of blood transfusion but few will know what life is like for those brought up in that faith.

Conservation Walk February '16

We made an early start to this year’s conservation walks in the hope of picking up a lot of the rubbish that's hidden by the vegetation most of the rest of the year.

Darwin Day Meal ‘16

Our Darwin Day meal at Veggie Perrin’s in Plymouth in now a regular fixture in our calendar.  Fifteen people came along to this year’s meal and enjoyed an evening of good food and conversation.

The Science of CERN

The research taking place at CERN, surely one of the most high profile science projects ever conceived, was the subject of our first talk of 2016.

Book Club – January ‘16

Following Bob Churchill's talk in November, where he discussed the case of Raif Badawi, we choose a compilation of Raif's blog posts, "1000 Lashes: Because I Say What I Think" for our January book club.