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

How to be certain about anything, even when you've got no evidence

Our first talk of 2018, in conjunction with Plymouth Skeptics in the Pub, was “How to be certain about anything, even when you've got no evidence” from Dr Martin Poulter who travelled down from Bristol to speak to us.

Comment piece in Western Morning News

Martin, Plymouth Humanists’ Chair, was invited to write a seasonal comment piece for the Western Morning News.  Here’s the text that appeared in the paper last week (unfortunately it’s not online).

Christmas Social 2017

It was good to see so many of you at theChristmas Xmas buffet this year.  There was great food and company, and we’ve raised some money for charity too.  We’ve already got loads of events planned for next year – check the events tab on this website or our Facebook Group.

Keeping Money Local – the City of Plymouth Credit Union

Our last talk of 2017 was from Paul Williams of the City of Plymouth Credit Union.

Book Club - Mortality

November's book club was a popular one – eight people in all attended, no doubt because Christopher Hitches is such a popular author among atheists and Humanists.  We chose ‘Mortality’ partly because it's one of Hitchin’s shorter books, and also because its subject is (understandably) a little different from his standard fare.  As always, we had an enjoyable and wide ranging discussion – and one that didn’t stray too far from the book!