With the Speaker's Corner Activism/Picnic event earlier today, our usual-end-of-the-month social will be starting there at 1pm as a picnic, and moving here, to the pub after dark (the Victoria pub is 10 mins away from SC) - feel free to come to one or both events, of course! IF IT RAINS, the whole event will take place here at the pub from 1pm as a social instead of the activism at SC.
You can order food till 9pm. Menu here.
ABOUT THE PUB:
Regally located on the corner of a terrace of smart cream houses, the Victoria provides a truly fascinating insight into a potent part of English history as well as offering a very pleasant drinking and eating venue. At one time divided into separate Public and Saloon bars, as was the custom, the downstairs area is now one big bar with fireplaces, unusual artefacts and a comfortingly local feel. The room upstairs with its open fires, comfy sofas and leather armchairs captures the mellow, respectable feel of the library of a Gentleman's Club. Just across the road from Hyde Park this is an off-the-beaten-track delight that combines old-fashioned charm with history and colour. If that's not enough Charlie Chaplin and Winston Churchill used to drink here - the pub was even Churchill's local for a time. What more excuse do you need?
Price: For social meetups we invite voluntary contributions of £2 to help cover costs of running the group's activities.
As with all our events, our friends from CLHG and indeed from any other secular organisation/meetup groups are always welcome