Windsor Humanists
Windsor Humanists
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Monthly Meet ups

 

Please come and join us for our monthly get together and be at the start of something new and exciting!

 

Tuesday 8th Aug - Summer Social

Tuesday 12th Sept - Speaker event - 

Humanist Ceremonies Isobel Russo

Tuesday10 th oct - tbc

Tuesday 14th Nov - Speaker Event - Wierd Science & The Paranormal Chris French

Tuesday 12th Dec  tbc

 

We meet on a normal month usually at 7.30pm for tea, coffee, wine or a beer second Tuesday of most months.   Our informal events aim to link up like minded people in the Windsor area.

 

Our normal Venue is the award winning Waterman Arms which is located near to the Eton Bridge and the Brocas Meadow

 

Tell your friends about the events and bring them along!  All are welcome....

 

World Congress

 

The World Humanist Congress was held in August 2014 in Oxford.  My motivation for setting up the Windsor Humanist Group was inspired by my attendance at this amazing once in a lifetime event - I met Richard Dawkins and many of the other great thinkers of our time.  Have a read of my irreverent blog to find out more - press the picture below for a link to the blog. Or if you prefer to peruse the official Congress material press the image above!

 

Want to join us?

If you'd like to become a member, please use our contact form. Or just turn up at an event - you will be very welcome!  Or contact us via our email windsor@humanistgroups.org.uk

 

Join our Facebook Group page - the link is provided below.

Upcoming Events

Next few Months ..... all at the Waterman Arms from 7.30pm

Tuesday 12th Sept - Speaker event -

Humanist Ceremonies Isobel Hosegood

Tuesday10 th oct - tbc

Tuesday 14th Nov - Speaker Event - Wierd Science & The Paranormal Chris French

Tuesday 12th Dec  tbc

 

Bring your friends....

 

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