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New Social Venue

Starting from 3rd June 2009 our monthly social meetings are now held at a new location, the Somers Town Coffeehouse, which is located almost directly between Kings Cross and Euston stations. We think we have found a very special venue to host our socials and we hope you agree!

The Story so Far

The Central London humanist group will mark its fifth anniversary later this year. In the wake of the phenomenally successful humanist bus campaign, and thanks to the efforts of various individuals as well as the power of internet networking, the group is thriving.

Music for Humanists

There's music for airports and car parks as there is for the church and the military, but is there music for humanists? If there is, what sort of music is it and how does it differ from other music?

William Morris, Director of Music at the British Humanist Association, spent the evening with the Central London Humanists to find out.

Humanism on LBC Radio 97.3 FM

Alice FullerOne of our members, Alice Fuller, recently appeared on the LBC Radio to promote the humanist cause and our group.

Alice was invited to join a live discussion around the question "Are young people better off without religion?"


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Rising to a new challenge

At very short notice we arranged a special meeting on Thursday 28th May to consider the Government's new proposed guidance on Religious Education in England.

Our Secretary Josh Kutchinsky reflects on the event.

Swimathon Success!
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The Central London Humanist Group is extremely pleased to announce its successful participation in this year's 5km Swimathon, raising over £700 for charity.

Humanising Beliefs

On the 18th February 2009 the Central London Humanist Group and 21st Century Network, kindly hosted by EnlightenNext, held a joint event entitled Humanising Beliefs.

Beliefs can be often intolerant and can lead to conflict that is often violent. History is full of both religious and secular extremism – religious war as well as secular terror such as in the French Revolution.

Article in the Metro

There was quite a buzz at November's social when a reporter from the Metro newspaper came along to find out what humanists get up to in their spare time.  Apparently she was rather impressed with the friendly atmosphere and varied demographic of the group.  This great exposure has led to quite a lot of new members signing up, who we hope to see at some of our events soon!