At our next meeting on Tuesday 11th June (7.30 pm , Thomas Wolsey Pub St Peter’s St. Ipswich) we will be hearing from Teddy Prout. Teddy is Humanists UK’s Director of Community Services, responsible for the strategic development of the services Humanists UK offers in education, pastoral support, ceremonies, and other aspects of support in the community, in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. He is also responsible for development of...
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Our latest News Bulletin can be downloaded by CLICKING HERE Our next meeting on Tuesday 14th May 2019 will be a talk by Steve Hurd from the Uganda Humanist Schools Trust. We meet at 7.30 upstairs at the Thomas Wolsey pub in St Peters St Ipswich. More details are in the news bulletin
Our latest News Bulletin – includes details of our next talk on Tuesday 9th April on “Cosmic Evoluiton”. Click here to download it
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Happy Darwin Day – 10th February Our latest News bulletin is now ready. To download it (pdf format) please click here.
A Happy New year to you all. Our latest News Bulletin is now available. You can download it by CLICKING HERE. PLEASE NOTE: Due to illness our speaker on January 8th has had to cancel but we will still have a meeting.
Latest News Bulletin and October meeting: ‘Ten-Minute Topics’ A return, after a long absence, to the popular ‘hat debate’ format where members submit topics of personal interest. Those selected are discussed under a strict 10-minute rule! Tuesday 9th October, 7:30 pm at the EEFA/Coop Meeting Rooms, 47 St Helen’s Street, Ipswich, IP4 2JL To find out more download our latest News Bulletin by CLICKING HERE
Our latest ‘bumper’ Newsletter is now available for download.. It has a report of our AGM held on 21st August and articles on Chromosomes, book review of ‘Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow ’ by Yuval Noah Harari, some thoughts on the Pope’s latest views on the death penalty ,a quiz, a poem….and more. You can download it (PDF format) by CLICKING HERE.
Our Annual General Meeting will be held this month. This event is only open to members who have been notified separately.
“Partnerships, Affiliations and the AGM”. Although there is no legal requirement for small organisations to have an AGM (unless they have Company status) it is a good practice and it an excellent way of ensuring that the committee i.e those doing the work to keep the show on the road, are still aligned with wishes of the members. Some people love AGMs – but they are few and far...
Our latest Newsletter has now been published. It has “Thinkpieces”, Letters and even a couple of quizzes which we hope will be enjoyable and stimulating. To download you can CLICK HERE