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

Islamist fundamentalism and its impact on women

Forty people turned up at the B-Bar in March to hear Sadia Hameed from the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain.

Hidden hunger - Food and poverty (action) in Plymouth

Dr Clare Pettinger from Plymouth University gave our February talk.  The subject was food poverty in Plymouth – what it is, and how is it being tackled.

Online course about Humanism

Humanists UK have teamed up with FutureLearn to create a free online introductory course about Humanism.  It takes six weeks, at three hours per week, the first run starting on February 19th. Some of us who are studying the course are going to organise a few informal meetings, so we can chat face to face about how we’re finding it.  If you’d like to join in, drop us an email.  We’ll try and do the same for future runs of the course, if there’s interest.

New year events 2018

Our social and volunteering events are continuing to be sucessful. We had twenty turn up to our January Sunday Brunch and five hardy souls braved the cold for the first litter pick at Warleigh Point at the beginning of February.

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.