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Our main Humanism meetings are usually held monthly in Richmond. (meetings in July, October and December vary).  We start at 8pm with socialising from 7.30pm.  Our regular venue is The Vestry Hall, Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1SA.

Details of our meetings and events are on Meetup


  • Monthly news & updates
  • Book group in Twickenham (monthly)
  • Coffee meetings in Kingston (monthly)
  • Pub nights in Kingston (monthly)
  • Walks
  • Sunday pub lunches in Twickenham (monthly)
  • Campaigning activities
  • Humanist celebrants
  • Social events
  • Facebook discussion group
     

WE SUPPORT LOCAL CAMPAIGNS:

  • Richmond Inclusive Schools                                                                 


South West London Humanists Group is an independent organisation and is also a Partner of the Humanists UK. You don't have to be a paid-up Humanists UK member to attend our meetings. Anyone who's a humanist, or thinks they might be, is welcome to our meetings and events. There is a £2 charge to attend our regular monthly meetings, this is to help cover the cost of hiring a hall. We occasionally hold meetings/events at other venues which may have a different entrance charge and booking process, please see full information of each event/meeting on Meetup or for any further information about South West London Humanist Group, please email info@swlhumanists.org.uk.

Humanists UK is the national charity working on behalf of ethically concerned, non-religious people in the UK. It's the largest organisation in the UK campaigning for a secular state and for an end to religious privilege and to discrimination based on religion or belief.

Join Humanists UK here


HUMANIST CELEBRANTS
If you're looking for someone local to conduct a humanist funeral, wedding, baby naming or civil partnership, then go to the Ceremonies page where you'll find details of local Celebrants, all of whom are fully-accredited by Humanists UK.