Ipswich Meeting – The BHA’s role in contemporary Britain
Group member and British Humanist Association trustee Michael Imison will offer his ideas about the BHA’s role in society, followed by another point of view from Margaret Nelson, then there’ll be a discussion.
What do you think about the suggestion that there should be a “Humanist Movement”? Should Humanists and Secularists try to replicate religious services? Should you be able to have legally-recognised Humanist weddings in England and Wales? What might we do to increase our membership? These are just some of the questions we might try to answer.
We’re in the lounge (next to the front door) at Pinewood Community Hall, Laburnum Close, Ipswich, IP8 3SL.
The hall is near the A12/A14 Copdock interchange and Copdock Tesco. From the interchange, on the A1214 London Road towards the town centre, turn right opposite Tesco into Scrivener Drive. At the 4th right-hand junction, a roundabout, turn right into Shepherd Drive. From Ipswich town centre, follow the A1214 almost to the end and turn left at the traffic lights (opposite the A1071 Hadleigh road) into Sprites Lane, which leads into Scrivener Drive, then left at the roundabout into Shepherd Drive. In Shepherd Drive, it’s first left into Laburnum Close (signed to Pinewood Surgery). The car park is at the end of the close on the right, after the surgery.
If the door is locked, press the buzzer for entry.
If you need or can offer a lift, please get in touch. Guests and raffle prizes always welcome.