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

September Conservation Walk

Fine weather and the approaching end of the school summer holidays meant more than the usual amount of camping on the reserve.  As a result we collected a record 42kg of rubbish, including a tent and the remains of a gazebo!

August Conservation Walk

We were pleasantly surprised to find the reserve tidier than expected for the time of year, and only a relatively modest 10kg was collected.  Given how hot it was, it was just as well we didn’t have to lug round heavy bags, but we did pick up some spectacular bonus insect bites! 


Book Club – The Reluctant Fundamentalist

Our first ever Book Club meeting!  We chose the Bread and Roses on Ebrington Street as the venue, as this community run pub fits with our ethos.  Nine members turned up, and we had a thoroughly interesting discussion about the book, with some occasional meandering off topic.

Andrew Copson - Objections to Humanism

We were honoured in July to be joined by the Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association, Andrew Copson.

July Conservation Walk

Nowhere near as much rubbish collected as last month, but still a worthwhile tidy up, and a chance to enjoy the wildlife and scenery during our first proper summer for years.