Our Spring 2020 Newsletter is available here Please note that ALL MEETINGS are currently suspended due to the current outbreak of Covid19
Author: Denis Johnston
We are celebrating Darwin Day with dinner at the Swan in Westerfield on Tuesday 11th February. Details are in the latest news bulletin.
Due to the weather situation tionight’s meeting is cancelled
The January 2020 Newsletter is now available. Please note that our speaker for the January meeting has had to postpone but we will still have a meeting.
Our latest Newsletter is ready to download. This edition has lots of news and a number of ‘thinkpieces’ as well as reports of meetings and events.
Our latest News Bulletin has information about our events in November and December including a talk on War Art on 12th November, a talk on Midwinter Festivals on 10th December and a summary of recent events including our Radio Suffolk.
Our next meeting on Thursday 12th September is a vist to Orwell Park Observatory. At the moment it looks as though the sky will be reasonably clear that evening so it should be possible to see some of the universe in all its glory. It is essential that you let us know if you intend to visit – details are in the latest Newsletter.
Our latest News Bulletin is now available. It includes details of our next event on 9th July with the theme “Great Thinkers”.
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...
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